March 26, 2005
Belcourt Theatre -
East Nashville Skyline
[Universal Studios with Will Kimbrough story]
Iron Mike's Main Man's Last Request
Tension > Good Christian Soldier [Bobby Bare/Billy Joe Shaver]
[Aaron Allen story]
Ballad of the Devil's Backbone Tavern
Play a Train Song
[K.K. Rider story]
Don't It Make You Wanna Dance [Rusty Wier]
This Land is Our Land
Easy Money > It's Only Rock 'n' Roll [Rolling Stones]
Elmo and Henry
Ballad of the Kingsmen
[15 Minutes story]
MEDIA: 2 CDR
TRANSFER: ADK-TLs (DINa, DFT, back row) > Lunatec V3 > JB3 > HDD (firewire) > CD-Wave > Flac
TAPER: Andrew Pierce
MEDIA: 1 DVD
NOTES: Hey Hey and D.B. Cooper removed from recording to fit performance on one disc. Still frame and audio recording used for a moment during K.K. Rider story.
SCREENSHOTS: IMAGE 1 | IMAGE 2 | IMAGE 3 | IMAGE 4
Night two of the What the Folk Festival. Todd played solo through Tension. Todd plays a few very rare performances including East Nashville Skyline, Elmo and Henry, and an acoustic version of Nervous Wreck. This set includes a pretty long story about D.B. Cooper. Jeff Austin joined in on mandolin during Ballad of the Devil's Backbone Tavern. Tommy Womack joins in on guitar during Play a Train Song. Adrienne Young and Peter Cooper on vocals for Don't It Make You Wanna Dance. Tuning before This Land is Our Land referred to as a Grateful Dead song (tune in). Also, a slower version of Nashville make the lyrics a little easier to catch.
On Ballad of the Kingsmen:
- "It's bigger than Sum 41. And Reuben and the Jets."
- "People are pretty into drugs. I'm pretty sure that a lot of you are high on them right now."
- "Catholic priests. That's what scares people these days. I have a headache. People also hate weapons of mass destruction...and/or a lack there of them."
On Conservative Christian...:
- "He gets a lot of chicks now."
- "Tree huggin', peace lovin', pro-choicin', gay weddin', Leftover Salmon diggin' hippies like me."
- "Tree huggin', peace lovin', pot smokin', porn watchin', Yonder Mountain String Band diggin' hippies like me."