February 29, 1996
Main Street -
Turn It Up
A Lot More
I Spoke as a Child
My Generation, Part 2
Can't You See [Marshall Tucker] >
This Land is Our Land > Come Together [The Beatles]
Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues
I Believe You
[Press photos story]
B-I-G-T-I-M-E [Keith Sykes]
Late Last Night
Livingston Saturday Night [Jimmy Buffett]
Travelin' Band [CCR]
Joe's Blues > You Never Even Call Me By My Name [Steve Goodman]
Takin' It As It Comes [Jerry Jeff Walker]
MEDIA: 2 CDR
NOTES: Tape flip before I Believe You and fade out/in after Alright Guy. Takin' It As It Comes cut short after less than a minute. High recording levels. Somebody gets booted from the venue during Spoke as a Child -- someone very clearly yells, "Get him out of here right now or I'm gonna call the cops!"
Nervous Wrecks show with Will Kimbrough (guitar), Joe McLeary (drums), and Joe Mariencheck (bass) . Another reference to it being Joe McLeary's birthday (although it's not). Trouble is introduced as a song learned off a Mark Chestnut record. Todd and the crowd get all sorts of fired up during Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues. After I Believe You, Todd tells a story about press photos taken early in his career -- this leads into Todd bringing a friend of his, Sam, onto the stage to play the cowbell. Somebody gets booted from the venue during I Spoke as a Child -- someone very clearly yells, "Get him out of here right now or I'm gonna call the cops!"
On Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues:
On Somebody's Coming:
- "...pack the van. I think I'll go back to Murfreesboro."
- "Tell everybody in the KKK, on MTV, and the CIA..."