A real nice audience recording of this show exists! It gets all the quiet details right, like guitar licks, drum fills, bg vocals, though some of the main stuff (i.e. Beck's voice, lead guitars) gets buried. Beck mentions during the show that there's a venue rule and they have to play slightly quieter so that could be why.
Beck reminisces in the middle of "Loser" about playing the song 20 years earlier in Seattle, which was one of the first cities to play it. He didn't have a band, but he sang it to a boombox. He also says that his aunt reminded him that he had once spent Fourth Of July at Marymoor Park as a child, as he spent some of his childhood summers in Seattle.
Live debut of "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy," which was a duet with Jenny Lewis (who opened the show). Beck introduces it as saying it's time to do something "a little bit foolish, a little bit bold." Jenny also stays and helps out (i.e., mystical tambourine solo) during "Where It's At."
Other highlights: "Think I'm In Love," "Debra," and "Novacane."
[people and bands
Banjo: Gus Seyffert
Bass: Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Clavinet: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Cowbell: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Drums: Joey Waronker
Guitar (Acoustic): Beck Hansen, Gus Seyffert, Jason Falkner, Smokey Hormel
Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Gus Seyffert, Jason Falkner, Smokey Hormel
Harmonica: Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
keyboards: Jason Falkner, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Mandolin: Smokey Hormel
Opening Act: Jenny Lewis
Piano: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Shaker: Beck Hansen
Synthesizer: Gus Seyffert, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Smokey Hormel
Tambourine: Gus Seyffert, Jenny Lewis, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Vocals: Beck Hansen, Jenny Lewis
Vocals (Background): Gus Seyffert, Jason Falkner, Jenny Lewis, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Roger Joseph Manning Jr., Smokey Hormel