Another post-concert secret show... this time at a restaurant in Nashville.
Here's a description from Beck's bassmaster, JMJ: "Us hooting and hollering our way through songs, Lebartron pouring beer all over his chest, Matt Sherrod playing beats off of a laptop keyboard since that's all we had. We were all plugged directly into this tiny PA, because our equipment truck left with all our gear, but I think that just added to the janky factor. I think we only played for about 30 minutes at about 1AM, but it was sure fun."
The show was recorded too! The show began with Beck's band soundchecking and warming up a bit. Brian yells "We're good! Get Beck in here!" and before Beck gets out, the band jams "Rock Your Body" a bit. The music of this show was so minimal and fun, it's a brilliant listen.
"Scarecrow" ends with Beck adlibbing about Nashville. Weirdest version of "Get Real Paid" ever. Ditto "Nicotine & Gravy." "Hell Yes" is hands down the highlight of this show, terrific bass. Way-too-short, killer electro-punk version of "Nausea."
Apparently Beck also played "No Complaints" and "Elevator Music," but the taper didn't catch them, unfortunately.