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July 3, 2005
A.K. O'Connor's - Des Moines, IA


SETLIST

Easy Money
They Call Me the Breeze [J.J. Cale]
Fluorescent Light Blues [Tommy Womack]
45 Miles
You Can't Always Get What You Want [Rolling Stones]
Betty Was Black (Willie Was White)
Heart of Gold [Neil Young]
Nirvana Was Better than Pearl Jam [Peter Cooper]
East Nashville Skyline
??
Knockin' On Heaven's Door [Bob Dylan]
Tulsa Time [Danny Flowers]
Folsom Prison Blues [Johnny Cash]
Hoochy Koochy Man [Tommy Womack]
Rainy Day Women #12 & #35 [Bob Dylan]
Alright Guy


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VIDEO

SOURCE: AUD
QUALITY: C+
COMPLETE: YES
LENGTH: 117:22
MEDIA: 1 DVD
TRANSFER:
TAPER: Ken Keiran
NOTES:
SCREENSHOTS: IMAGE 1 | IMAGE 2 | IMAGE 3


NOTES

With Tommy Womack, Peter Cooper, and David Zollo. Todd had played a more "family friendly" show earlier in the day at the Blank Park Zoon is Des Moines. David Zollo opened the show with the following solo set: Get Away [Bo Ramsey & Kevin Gordon], Eye of the Needle, You're Gonna Get What You Wanted, Guilty [Randy Newman], I'm Gonna Fly, Lonesome Childhood, Washington County Blues, While You Undress

Review by Ken Keiran:

Todd invites everybody from the Blank Park Zoo show down to a little bar in Beaverdale called A.K. O'Conner's where David Zollo will be playing around 9:00. I'm not sure how many people A.K.'s will hold (maybe 100 or so?)  Needless to say, the place got absolutely flooded and they had to turn alot of people away at the door. Zollo was late getting there, so Todd hung around outside the front door talking and signing stuff and photos and all with all the people that couldn't get in. David played a short set, including "Lonesome Childhood" which he dedicated to Todd who was now sitting in the audience. Tommy and Peter drug in equipment. Zollo said he was going to take a short break so they could "put their heads together". Everything was set up on a stage that was maybe 6' X 6' or 8' tops..... Todd, Peter and Tommy joined David on stage for the second set. They were noticeably (let's say) looser than they were at the zoo a couple hours earlier. What followed was a very spirited night to remember....

 
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