October 9, 1997
Smith's Olde Bar -
Street Fighting Man [Rolling Stones]
Yesterdays and Used to Be's
My Generation, Part 2
Once He Finds Us
Talking Seattle Grunge Rock Blues > I Shall Be Free, No. 10 [Bob Dylan] >
Hey Hey, My My [Neil Young] > Shiny Happy People [R.E.M.]
I Believe You
Late Last Night > [Doctor visit story]
Walk on the Wild Side [Lou Reed]
Great Balls of Fire [Jerry Lee Lewis]
School Day [Chuck Berry]
Late Last Night
Sideshow Blues >
Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Roll Another Number (For the Road) [Neil Young]
Highway 61 Revisited [Bob Dylan]
Straight to Hell [Drivin' & Cryin']
Georgia on a Fast Train [Billy Joe Shaver
MEDIA: 2 CDR
Top-notch Nervous Wrecks show with Joe Mariencheck (bass), Paul Buchignani (drums), Ross Rice (piano), Dan Baird (guitar). Todd and the Wrecks are on a "new mission from God to saturate the world with all the great old arena rock clichés that you don't hear anymore." Todd follows this up with a good solid "It's great to be back in At-lan-tah!" to start off Horseshoe Lake. Todd and Paul play an excellent version of Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues backed only with drums and harmonica complete with a handful of covers. Todd tells a "be yourself" sort of story during I Believe You. Near the end of Alright Guy, Todd does a pretty entertaining impression of Bruce Springsteen.
On Late Last Night:
On Alright Guy:
- "I don't wanna hear about this Lilith Fair Tour."
- "...new poster with all the Georgia Satellites naked and I was checkin' it out. Just then a friend of mine came through the door. She said she never pegged me for a Southern rocker before..."
- "...it ain't like I'm going on television and biting off Evander Holyfield's ear."
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