I don't think this recording is complete. It seems like it might be the parts that were on the radio (sound is excellent), but there's a lot of stage talk too, which I'd assume would be cut out if they were indeed to cut it up for broadcast? Maybe they only played 45 minutes?
Recording starts with a deeply bass funky groovy take on "Loser." Ah yes, killer Odelay Live Band, you rule. Beck announces that they want to engage the crowd in an evening of wine and song.
"Thunder Peel" gets dedicated to the Spice Girls, Backstreet Girls, Spice Boys, Spice Kinderfolk, and especially The Spice Fruhleins.
"Devils Haircut" goes out to Ol' Dirty Bastard. "He's changing his name," Beck explains.
Rare live version of "Readymade"! It's the only live recording I think I know. They played it on occasion on this tour, but not often. Beck completely mangles the lyrics. The music is cool sounding though, just could use a little tightening. And maybe some more energy.
The "Beercan" ends the show with a tiny bit of "Diskobox" and a "bottles and cans / just clap your hands" chant from "Where It's At."
[people and bands
Bass: Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Drums: Joey Waronker
Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Harmonica: Beck Hansen
Keyboard / Synthesizer: Theo Mondle
Opening Act: Cornershop
Vocals: Beck Hansen
Vocals (Background): Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Smokey Hormel