I like that one. One could also include a concert map!
We've been thinking a lot about this recently, and now it's time to come up with a solution. We thought adding a new tag for solos isn't the way to go. If a solo is part of a show and is performed as a song on its own (like e.g. Queen did) it deserves to be part of the statistics and thus can be added as song.
However, if it's just an extended solo during a song, an @Info[with extended guitar solo] should do the job. So the point is: we should update the guidelines to create a definite ... well guideline ... for solos.
[name] [instrument] solo (e.g. "Brian May guitar solo") would work. But there are certain special cases. What if 2 people perform a solo? What if there are alternating solos where each member of the band plays a solo? What if ... ?
please let us know what you think about it
If two venues are merged and someone adds a setlist to the old one, it should get autocorrected straight away. If it doesn't, it'll be automatically autocorrected once a day. The old names however need some time to get out of the list of choices (usually 2-3 days).
Gracz54 is right add an @Info[Setlist incomplete] at the end. More options to enter a setlist really should be avoided (as should additional @ tags) - so it's best to add the @Info and probably say it in the edit comment as well
8 votesAdminsetlist.fm (asdf, setlist.fm) responded
if it’s the same song, it should be the same songname – with generally is how it’s named on the album. please read the comments in this thread for clarification
For me, leglessmoof's approach is the way to go. The only thing I'd like to add is that an @Info describing that the song's name was different back then would be appropriate.
As for the lyrics or different arrangement: write it into an @Info or @With. Or what do the others think?