June 17, 2001
KPIG Uprising and Swine Soiree -
Santa Cruz, CA
My Generation (Part 2)
Easy Money > It's Only Rock 'n' Roll [Rolling Stones]
[Keep Off the Grass story]
Keep Off the Grass
Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues > I Shall Be Free, No. 10 [Bob Dylan]
MEDIA: 1 CDR
NOTES: A quick skip in the recording at 1:38 of Horseshoe Lake
Todd recorded this show in an attempt to record songs for a live album. He wasn't happy with Beer Run the first time around so he decides to "play the sumbitch again." Todd's Bob Dylan impression at the end of Keep Off the Grass is a little more exaggerated than usual. Second and third verses of Alright Guy are reversed. Robert Earl Keen pipes in for the last few lines of both takes of Beer Run. Recorded on Fathers' Day, it's somewhat surprising that Missing You was not played.
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:
- "...shave off these goatees, pack the fan, move back to Austin, Texas. Buy myself a vintage western shirt, biker chain wallet, and a prescription to No Depression magazine."
- "Now one time, and it was only for medicinal purposes, but they made me smoke some dope. I figure I could probably still be president but that blows any shot I ever got of becoming the pope. I know I get wild, I'm already half-drunk..."