For the rest of the set, Burke focuses on oldies, mixing his own hits, including "Cry to Me" and "Just Out of Reach," with songs associated with Redding, Cooke and other singers.
In "Cry to Me" alone you can hear Burke's influence. John Fogerty is widely regarded as one of the great rock vocalists ever, and you hear Burke's howl in several of the records he made with Creedence Clearwater Revival, including "Born on the Bayou" and "Tombstone Shadow."
You also hear in "Cry to Me" a touch of the vocal stutter that Redding would later use to great effect. In "Just Out of Reach," Burke laid down a blueprint for Ray Charles' later mixture of soul and country.
After 40 minutes, the show begins losing its punch because Burke seems stuck in the past. He only does two more songs from the new album, and late in the set he turns to "My Way," the Sinatra anthem that simply has been worn out over the years.