November 17, 2000
Auburn Event Center -
Happy to Be Here
[45 Miles story]
[Just In Case story]
Just In Case
[My Generation story]
My Generation, Part 2
[Country singer from America]
Easy Money > It's Only Rock 'n' Roll [Rolling Stones]
Moondawg's Tavern > Long Haired Country Boy [Charlie Daniels]
Illegal Smile [John Prine]
I Spoke as a Child
Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues > I Shall Be Free, No. 10 [Bob Dylan] >
Talking New York [Bob Dylan]
[Alright Guy/Garth Brooks story]
All My Life
Doublewide Blues > You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd [Roger Miller]
Call Me the Breeze [J.J. Cale] > Amazing Grace
MEDIA: 2 CDR
NOTES: The second disc has very tiny, almost unnoticeable ticks between tracks (maybe mp3 sourced?).
As Todd tells the story before My Generation, Part 2, he uses his typical line about drinking a few beers to take the edge off before a show, "much like I did this evening." But as his story continues, when he mentions the guy next to him whose "eyes were all bloodshot like he'd been smoking some grass in his van" a woman in the audience says "much like you did tonight." Of course, this cracks Todd up to the point where it takes a minute for him to get back on track. The story about Moondawg's $45 newspaper is perfectly placed just before Illegal Smile. Chris Webster joins Todd on stage for Sideshow Blues and I Spoke as a Child.
On Sideshow Blues:
On Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues:
- "It's hard to kick the door down when you ain't wearin' no shoes."
On Alright Guy:
- "...pack the van, move to Northern California and follow Mumbo Gumbo around."
On Doublewide Blues:
- "It ain't like I went on TV and bit off a chunk of Evandar Holyfield's ear."
- "I don't get out much since O.J.'s been on."
CD Cover Art (artist unknown): FRONT | BACK