July 11, 2003
The Kaffe Klatch -
[Aaron Allan story]
Ballad of the Devil's Backbone Tavern
Betty Was Black (Willie Was White)
[Tillamook County Jail story]
Tillamook County Jail
Easy Money > It's Only Rock 'n' Roll [Rolling Stones]
Good News Blues
[Just in Case story]
Just in Case
I Spoke as a Child > Ooh La La [Rod Stewart]
Back to the Crossroads
Ballad of the Kingsmen
[15 Minutes story]
All My Life
Illegal Smile [John Prine]
Paradise [John Prine]
Daddy's Little Pumpkin [John Prine]
Angel from Montgomery [John Prine]
MEDIA: 2 CDR
MEDIA: 1 DVD
NOTES: Slightly garbled recording during Lonely Girl.
SCREENSHOTS: IMAGE 1 | IMAGE 2 | IMAGE 3
A local newspaper had mistakenly misspelled Todd's name in a preview article printed the day before this show. As Todd introduced himself, he did so under the name given in the article: "My name is Tom Snider." Early in the show, an audience member heckles Todd who is clearly irritated. He calmly responds: "There's gotta be someplace else to get attention." Eventually the heckler bought Todd a Corona and Todd led the crowd in a favorite toast: "Here's to the duck that swum a lake and never lost a feather...this time next year may we all be together!" Other than the heckler-guy, I love the crowd at this show -- especially the guy who requests I Spoke as a Child before 45 Miles and the guy who keeps yelling "I'm happy to be here!!!" towards the end of the show (not as a request). Before and after the encores, there's a few good shots of Skip in the front of the crowd. [Thanks to Steve "Sparky" Hassenplug for some of these details]
On Sideshow Blues:
On Alright Guy:
- "It's so hard to kick the door down when you ain't wearin' no shoes."
- "Out in the coffee house with all you freaks and musicians."
On Doublewide Blues:
- "I had that new book with all those pictures of Jimmy Buffett naked..."
- "I don't get out much since O.J.'s been on."
CD Cover Art by Steve F: FRONT | BACK