March 25, 2005
Belcourt Theatre -
Yesterday's and Used To Be's
[Train Song intro]
Play a Train Song
East Nashville Skyline
[Judge Judy story]
Ballad of the Kingsmen
Good News Blues
Nirvana Was Better than Pearl Jam [Peter Cooper]
What's the Use [Peter Cooper]
All My Life
[Tillamook County story]
Tillamook County Jail
Late Last Night
[Conservative Christian intro]
Tension > Three Little Birds [Bob Marley]
MEDIA: 2 CDR
TRANSFER: SBD->M1->FLAC->WAV(For File Split in Adobe Audition)->FLAC
TAPER: Doug Rogers
NOTES: Sound levels fluctuate in the opening seconds. Recording cuts before Peter Cooper plays a few songs.
Several songs with Jeff Austin of Yonder Mountain String Band on mandolin and Tommy Womack on guitar. Todd introduces the three of them as "the Wing-Its." The show was a part of the What the Folk Festival. A rare performance of East Nashville Skyline. Peter Cooper performs a few of his songs in the middle of Todd's set. After Incarcerated, Todd wishes a happy birthday to former member of the Nervous Wrecks, Mark Marchetti (whether it was actually Marchetti's birthday is up in the air).
On Ballad of the Kingsmen:
On Doublewide Blues:
- "You wouldn't believe the chicks he gets now."
On Alright Guy:
- "I don't get out much since the reenactment of the Michael Jackson trial's been on."
On Conservative Christian...:
- "...new book with all those pictures of Will Kimbrough naked..."
- "I know I'm dirty and I know I've smoked three states worth of dope. But it ain't like I went on national television and didi somthing worse than that."
- "Tree huggin', peace lovin', pro-choicin', gay wedding, Yonder Mountain String Band diggin' hippies like me."
- "People still dig drugs. Some of ya'll anyway. My doctor told me that I didn't even have to take anymore. He told me that I would sober up sometime in my 50's."
- "Weapons of mass destruction. That's what scares people these days. That and/or the lack there of them."
CD Art by Chris Hoff: FRONT | BACK