This show is legend now, for numerous reasons. One, it's awesome. Two, the bootleg recording is perfect. Three, the songs/setlist is unique.
Basically, the show was set up in three sections. Beck begins things by himself, playing some acoustic songs, including covers, improvisations, old stuff, new stuff.
Next, Smokey comes out and adds some guitar on a somewhat country-ish set of covers and things (and an absurd "Debra").
Finally, Beck's band joins in, as they start with more Sea Change and progress into some funky jams, including a complete goth reworking of "Loser" which has to be heard to be believed.
Sometimes listening to a lot of bootlegs can be draining, as setlists and arrangements don't change from night to night. But then you get a show like this, where the band is having fun, you have no idea what will come next, and you know that Beck and his band are totally amazing. Find this recording if you can, it might as well be an official release.
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Bass: Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Drums: Joey Waronker
Guitar (Acoustic): Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Smokey Hormel
Harmonica: Beck Hansen
Harmonium: Beck Hansen
Keyboard / Synthesizer: Greg Kurstin
Vocals: Beck Hansen