Beck's end-of-the-tour road trip home to Los Angeles continues with a stop at the 260-capacity Black Market in El Paso. According to the report, the show was arranged with less than two hours notice, was free, and they used the club owner's instruments.
Brian LeBarton talked in an interview about how this show happened, and it led to a return to El Paso a few years later on the Modern Guilt tour:
“We [went] to this art gallery. There were all of these kids hanging out with cool art, and it was like, whoa, there’s actually something happening here,” Lebarton continues, “[Beck’s] booking agent didn’t think a show here would be worth it, so we did the secret show. I walked into [El Paso bar] Black Market and [the manager] was setting up for this art opening, and I was like ‘Hey, can we play a show?’ and he said ‘We’re sort of busy.’ So I said, ‘I’m here with Beck.’ He called his friends, got the PA system and the bass amps, and we played on all borrowed instruments for about 45 minutes. It was crazy. That got us hooked. Beck said, ‘I have to play El Paso.’”
Songs from a news report and a blog: unconfirmed, out of order and probably incomplete