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May 20, 2005 - Juanita's Cantina Ballroom - Little Rock, AR

SETLIST

Age Like Wine
45 Miles
Play a Train Song
Yesterdays and Used To Be's
[Judge Judy story]
Incarcerated
Tillamook County Jail
[Tillamook County story]
Easy Money
Can't Complain
[Kingsmen story]
Ballad of The Kingsmen > It's Your Thing [Isley Brothers]
D.B. Cooper
Horseshoe Lake
Doublewide Blues
Late Last Night
This Land is Our Land > Fortunate Son [CCR]
Talklin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues > [Chicago story]
Conservative Christian...
Alright Guy
Vinyl Records
Sunshine
Enjoy Yourself

Encore:
Statistician's Blues
Age Like Wine
Heart of Gold [Neil Young]

AUDIO

SOURCE: SBD
QUALITY: A-
COMPLETE: YES
LENGTH: 98:15
TAPER:
NOTES: The first discs cuts off in the middle of Late Last Night.

SOURCE: AUD
QUALITY: A-
COMPLETE: YES
LENGTH: 98:43
TAPER: Andrew Pierce
NOTES:

NOTES

During the instrumental portion of Incarcerated: "Eat your heart out Will Kimbrough." Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues dedicated to "some guys [Todd] met in Chicago where they got them fucked up accents." As he used to during earlier shows, Todd declares that he didn't steal This Land is Our Land from Woody Guthrie, he stole it from John Fogerty (which he follows with a portion of Fortunate Son [CCR]). With the recent passing of Pope John Paul II, Todd changes the words to Alright Guy (see VARIATIONS below).

VARIATIONS

On Age Like Wine:

On Ballad of the Kingsmen: On Doublewide Blues: On Talkin' Seattle Grune Rock Blues: On Alright Guy: On Vinyl Records:

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