December 27, 2005
Southgate House -
Ballad of the Kingsmen
Better Than Ever Blues, Part 2
[K.K. Rider story] >
Don't It Make You Wanna Dance [Rusty Weir]
Iron Mike's Main Man's Last Request
Play a Train Song
I Spoke as a Child
Late Last Night >
[Son of Slam story]
Easy Money >
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll [Rolling Stones]
Happy New Year
MEDIA: 1 DVD
TAPER: Jeff Owens
NOTES: Recording momentarily cuts near the end of I Spoke as a Child.
SCREENSHOTS: IMAGE 1 | IMAGE 2 | IMAGE 3
Tension includes a very quick story about Elvis and his manager. A significant amount of static comes through during D.B. Cooper which Todd plays off as his "new special effect." As a result of the static, Todd takes a break and comes back on starting with D.B. Cooper. As Todd is trying to start Missing You, somebody from the crowd keeps yelling "fat chicks" to which Todd responds, " I don't know what the fuck you're talking about." After the song, Todd talks about people who yell for certain songs: "Unless that guys got a J with him, he can kiss my ass." A few slip ups on the words to Beer Run, Late Last Night, and Conservative Christian...
On Ballad of the Kingsmen:
- "Gay people getting married. That's what scares people these days."
On Doublewide Blues:
- "Now he gets a lot of chicks. They're weird chicks. But they're chicks."
On Alright Guy:
- "I don't get out much since the reenactment of the Michael Jackson trial's been on."
- "It ain't like I went on TV and smoked dope."