Notes: This is a very nice show, and there is a good recording of it all on Youtube (albeit only audio, not video):
Beck sings the opening line of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" right before he shifts into a short take of Hank Williams' "Lonesome Whistle."
The band, having been scaled back from the 2014 Morning Phase tours, sounds much tighter and better than the first night (this is show #2), though none of the arrangements or anything are drastically different at all. But they have a better handle on the Morning Phase songs ("Blue Moon" and "Heart Is A Drum" especially).
"Where It's At" is highlighted by Roger, during his introduction, first playing the riff of "Funkytown" for a bit and then singing a song in a strangely accurate Michael McDonald impression (via The Doobie Brothers' classic "Takin It To The Streets"). Then during Joey's intro, the band jams a bit of Devo's "Whip It."
Bass: Justin Meldal-Johnsen Cowbell: Roger Joseph Manning Jr. Drums: Joey Waronker Guitar (Acoustic): Beck Hansen, Jason Falkner Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Jason Falkner Harmonica: Beck Hansen keyboards: Roger Joseph Manning Jr. Opening Act: The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger Piano: Roger Joseph Manning Jr. Robot: Beck Hansen Synthesizer: Jason Falkner, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Roger Joseph Manning Jr. Vocals: Beck Hansen Vocals (Background): Jason Falkner, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.