Notes: Setlist is incomplete: Beck performed a set of country/bluegrass cover and a few originals. Another review says he covered Skip James and Mance Lipscomb (which I am guessing were "Devil Got My Woman" and "Ella Speed").
Leo LeBlanc (Stereopathetic pedal steel/slide guitar player) and Lisa Dembling (drummer from Beck's old band Liquor Cabinet) joined him. In fact, this was the last show Leo LeBlanc played before his death.
And truly, this show, above all, changed the direction of Beck's career. 1994 was full of success, but ultimately his concerts were crazy loud punk shows. Sure he snuck an occasional blues cover or folk song in, but nobody took those seriously (and neither did Beck to some extent). But by most accounts, not only did Johnny Cash dig Beck's set ("my impression was that in a way Beck was a great hillbilly singer. He had that Appalachian music like he really felt it and loved it"), but so did Cash's fans. Beck almost certainly realized tonight that he could be a serious musician/songwriter, and not just the goofy punk rock "Loser" guy.
Here's the video of Beck and Leo killing "Waitin' For A Train":