Show #5 of the Sea Change tours. Show #5 of the Sea Change Warm Up Tour, with Smokey Hormel.
"Mr. Beck's Neighborhood" is Beck playing his celeste for about a minute saying stuff "Welcome to my neighborhood. Can I come over and watch Tivo? You can come over and fix my refrigerator."; Only time before tonight Beck played "No Expectations" was with Beth Orton; The "Back Streets of St Paul" was about how easy it is to get lost in the city; "Raspberry Beret" came about because he was in Minnesota, where Prince is from, and became an audience sing-along; "Lonesome Tears" was quit after one line, he tried again, but kept laughing so he didn't really play it at all, and moved to "Sunday Morning" instead; "Rosalie" is an as-yet-unreleased song;
Live debut of "Raspberry Beret," "Rosalie," "Nobody's Fault But My Own (Harmonium version)"
Tour debuts of "Bottle of Blues," "No Expectations," "Devil Got My Woman," "Canceled Check," "Down On the Banks of the Ohio," "Lazy Flies"
Songs 1-8, 15-18 solo; Songs 9-14, 19-23 with Smokey Hormel; Songs 10, 14 with Roland, the drum machine.
Beck - acoustic guitar #1-3, 5, 9-13, 18-20, 22-23
steel guitar #4
toy guitar #7
electric piano #14
Smokey - electric guitar #9, 13
acoustic slide guitar #10-11, 22
acoustic guitar #12, 14
electric guitar with violin bow #19
harmony vocals #21
[people and bands
Banjo: Beck Hansen
Celeste: Beck Hansen
Electric Piano: Beck Hansen
Guitar (Acoustic Slide): Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Guitar (Acoustic): Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Guitar (Electric): Smokey Hormel
Guitar (Toy): Beck Hansen
Harmonica: Beck Hansen
Harmonium: Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Mandolin: Smokey Hormel
Piano: Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Vocals: Beck Hansen