This was the 20th show of the Night Running tour with Cage the Elephant and Spoon. It was in Mansfield, MA, just south of Boston.
From the videos I've seen, Beck is in a great mood, with a lot of adlibbing and laughs and getting the crowd to sing along, like all through "Que Onda Guero," or the fun intro to "Mixed Bizness." "So goddamn romantic!" he tells the crowd after "Debra."
He chills on doing al that as the show goes on, but he's still talkative and having a blast. Lovely solo electric version of "Lost Cause." He tells the crowd after "Go It Alone" that his guitar is out of tune because he was rocking too hard.
They then do the tour debut of "Dear Life," which during the bridge, Beck goes "I don't know the lyrics to this part" and sits it out.
During "Where It's At," Beck sings "Happy Birthday", I think because he assumes it must be someone's birthday, and not to anyone actually specific.
One recorder uploaded the whole show on Youtube, in three chunks. One song ("Dreams") seems to be missing though.
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Bass: Dwayne Moore
Drum: Cal Campbell
Drum Pad: Cal Campbell
Drums: Chris Coleman
Guitar (Acoustic Slide): Beck Hansen, Marc Walloch
Guitar (Acoustic): Jason Falkner, Marc Walloch
Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Jason Falkner, Marc Walloch, Nick Bockrath
keyboards: Jason Falkner, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Keytar: Cal Campbell
Other Band: Cage The Elephant, Spoon, Sunflower Bean
Percussion: Cal Campbell, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Sitar: Marc Walloch
Synth Pad: Dwayne Moore
Synthesizer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Tambourine: Beck Hansen, Cal Campbell, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Vocals: Beck Hansen, Britt Daniel, Matt Shultz
Vocals (Background): Cal Campbell, Dwayne Moore, Jason Falkner, Marc Walloch, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.