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== Banter ==
 
== Banter ==
 
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Suspiria Intro<br>
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'''Psalm 131''' (Billy solo acoustic)<br>
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'''If All Goes Wrong''' (Billy solo acoustic)<br>
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'''Rotten Apples''' (Billy acoustic w/Lisa)<br>
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BC: Thank you very much, thank you.  Today’s our last show, duh.  I think we’re all a little sad to be leaving.  We have to go play that little Al Gore concert in New York.  And, uh, I woke up this morning and, uh...(teases blues song)...woke up this morning, and, uh, the - yeah, that’s good, every time I wake up I’m like, yeah, yeah, I’m still alive.  And then it hits me, I’m like, oh shit.  Heh heh.  And, uh, I was in kind of a cranky mood, wasn’t really feeling like writing songs, was working on some of the songs (clears throat) that we’re working on...<br>
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Guy in audience: Aw!!<br>
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BC: ...I know, life sucks sometimes.  It sucks to be rich and have no job and just get up and write songs, it bums me the fuck out.  Gets me down.  Like, my Maserati’s in the shop and, uh, my jet, there’s like a problem with the wing.  The Vanderbilt family’s wanted to talk to me at the house about the renovations.  Shit gets busy.  And, uh, anyway, so sometimes when you’re not trying to write a song you write a song and this song sorta kinda hit me sideways.  It’s my tribute to this moment.  God bless you, thank you for coming.  This is a quiet one so you fucks at the bar shut the fuck up.  I’ve been keeping it under control all week but I could just go off tonight.  Shit’s blowing up, shit’s blowing up.  Let’s all have four minutes of meditative silence.<br>
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'''The Leaving Lament''' (Billy solo acoustic)<br>
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BC: Thank you.<br>
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'''Mama''' (acoustic)<br>
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'''Blue Skies Bring Tears'''<br>
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> '''United States'''<br>
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'''Bleeding the Orchid'''<br>
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'''Today'''<br>
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'''Stand Inside Your Love'''<br>
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> '''Hummer'''<br>
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BC: Thank you! ...  Alright, we have a, we have a Ginger marriage proposal.  Ginger, will you marry him?<br>
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Ginger: [unintelligible] Please.  Oh yes, please, of course.<br>
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BC: You will marry him?<br>
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Ginger: Sure.<br>
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BC: Oh, sure.<br>
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Ginger: Why not?  I’m, I’m pretty single.<br>
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BC: You wanna know anything about him first?  Just go for it.<br>
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Ginger: Just go for it, right.<br>
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BC: Would anyone like to marry me?  I’m still single.  Heh heh.  About 50 dudes put their hands up.  Do they do same sex marriage in North Carolina?  I get the feeling based on the, uh, past of North Carolina, that would be a no.  Heh.  Speaking of, uh...hahaha.  Speaking of relationships gone wrong, this little song... (starts playing Shame)<br>
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'''Shame'''<br>
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> '''Bullet with Butterfly Wings'''<br>
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'''Starla'''<br>
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'''Starz'''<br>
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BC: [unintelligible] ...  Thank you.  (coughs) We got nothing to say but rock, that’s it, we got rock.  We don’t even roll, we just rock.  It’s a good show, no?  It’s not bad.  Not bad for a couple old men and some young whippersnappers.  Some high flying whippersnappers.  Once you hit that 4th decade, it all becomes very clear.  You’ll see.  You’ll see, you’ll see.  So I’m just stalling for time, I don’t know what else to do.  We could chant “Orange Peel.”  Orange Peel, Orange Peel.  (crowd chants) Doesn’t really have a ring to it, haha.  O.P.  O.P.  Nah, that sucks too.  Soma?  (crowd cheers) That was the drug in the Aldous Huxley book “Brave New World.”  We’re gonna play a song that sounds just like that one.<br>
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'''Tarantula'''<br>
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'''Tonight, Tonight'''<br>
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'''Neverlost'''<br>
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'''Doomsday Clock'''<br>
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> '''Heavy Metal Machine'''<br>
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BC (at beginning of outro): Good night.<br>
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BC (very end): Thank you!  How ‘bout a [unintelligible]?<br>
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[encore break]<br>
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'''Day Tripper''' (tease)<br>
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> '''Zero'''<br>
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> '''Cherub Rock'''<br>
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[encore break]<br>
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'''Annie-Dog'''<br>
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> '''Gossamer'''<br>
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BC (towards end of song): We’ve come to the end of this chapter of this book.  We’d like to say god bless you, thank you from the Smashing Pumpkins.  Don’t let the sun catch you crying.  Don’t let the ghost of George Vanderbilt catch you lyin’.  Don’t let the spirit of Robin Trower catch you playing the blues.  (Billy soloing) Alright, shhhhh.  Let’s just kill this thing.  Thank you to the Orange Peel.  Thank you to the city of Asheville.  Thank you to me for being so me-like.  Thank you to Jeff, Lisa, Gingy and Mr. Jimmy Chamberlin.  There you go.  Show me what you got, kid.  (more soloing) Yeah, but can you do this?  (more doodling)  Ah, come on!  Check this out, kid!  (more soloing) Alright, that wasn’t that good but it looked good.  Alright Jimmy, let’s kill this thing.  Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to be your band for the apocalypse.<br>
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BC:  As predicted by the Mayan calendar, 2012, we are your band for the end.  There’s no more, that’s it.  (crowd boos, then cheers) You’re gonna boo my ass now?  Come on!  (mixed booing and cheering) Unless you wanna go home and smoke some weed with Grandma.  Doesn’t everyone in Asheville smoke weed like, everybody?  That’s what I, that’s what I heard.  I’m sensing that you want some more rock and roll. (crowd cheers)  Is there anyone here who doesn’t want to hear anymore rock and roll?  (silence) That dude over there!  Sir, NASCAR fan, what’s up?  Ah ha ha ha.  I’m just kidding, I’m just kidding, I’m sure you’re an IRL fan.  I’m sure you’re an open wheel racing fan, I’m sorry.  I get those distinctions wrong.  Alright, I’ll make you a deal.  I’ll make you a deal.  We’ll play one more song but all you fuckers better buy that album on Tuesday.  I want to see some serious Asheville downloading, CD buying motherfuckin’ action.  That shit better be off the...chart here.  Or Jeff here will personally come back and find you.  Heh heh heh.  Alright, one more song, okay?<br>
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'''Frère Jacques''' (Billy singing, accompanied by Jimmy)<br>
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BC: Thank you, good night!  You said one more song, you didn’t say which one more song.  Oh, you want a song I wrote?  Okay.  Play a little Oui Henri, Jimmy?<br>
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'''Oui Henri''' (tease)<br>
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BC: Little Oui Henri.  That’s ‘88, ‘88 for you, Pumpkin fan.  (doodling on guitar) (sings) Oui Henri. ...  Alright, enough of this charade, I’m gonna kick your FUCKING ass now!<br>
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'''Silverfuck'''<br>
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BC: Fuck yeah!<br>
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[bow]<br>
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BC: Thank you so much, thank you.<br>
 
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==Photos & Memorabilia==
 
==Photos & Memorabilia==
 
[[Image:Tsp2007-AshevilleShirt_back.jpg|150px|left]]
 
[[Image:Tsp2007-AshevilleShirt_back.jpg|150px|left]]

Latest revision as of 19:15, 1 August 2020

The Smashing Pumpkins
Date 2007-07-05
Venue The Orange Peel
Location Asheville, NC, US
Venue Type Club
Capacity 942
Lineup Corgan, Chamberlin, Schroeder, Reyes, Harriton
Order of Bands Gliss, The Smashing Pumpkins
Surfaced Recordings
AUD #1
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment built-in>R-09
Length 181m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M>FLAC
Live Music Archive 16-bit download
Notes 30 feet back, dead center.
AUD #2
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment MG300>UA-5(d-mod)>Nomad JB3
Length 181m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M>FLAC
Live Music Archive 16-bit download
Notes A small portion of Silverfuck is patched from AUD #4.
AUD #3
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment ECM-MS907>iPod
Length 180m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M>FLAC
Notes Back of soundboard cage.
AMT #1
Source AUD
Format VID
Equipment Unknown
Length 20m
Complete? No
Lowest Circulating Generation Master>AVI-M
Notes Cherub Rock, Gossamer (clip), and Silverfuck.
AMT #2
Source AUD
Format VID
Equipment Unknown
Length ~180m
Complete? No
Lowest Circulating Generation Master>DVD
Notes Handheld, shot from back right. A few small cuts. Purchased from Ebay in August 2007.
AMT #3
Source AUD
Format MiniDV
Equipment Sony DCR-HC1000
Length ~180m
Complete? No
Lowest Circulating Generation MiniDV-1>DVD
Notes Shot from near the back of the venue, few feet left of center, on a monopod about 3 feet above the crowd. A few small cuts. Circulates synced with AUD #2.
Unsurfaced Recordings
AUD #4
Source AUD
Format Unknown
Equipment Unknown
Length Unknown
Complete? Unknown

Setlist


Soundcheck:

  • Starz (take one)
  • Tarantula (take one)
  • Starz (take two)
  • Tarantula (take two)
  • Today
  • Heavy Metal Machine
  • Lucky 13
  • That's the Way (My Love Is)
  • Once Upon a Time (take one)
  • Once Upon a Time (take two)
  • Once Upon a Time (take three)
  • The Aeroplane Flies High
  • (unknown)
    • Gossamer
  • Death from Above
  • Rotten Apples

Set One:

  • Psalm 131
  • If All Goes Wrong
  • Rotten Apples
  • The Leaving Lament
  • Mama
  • Blue Skies Bring Tears
  • United States
    • Star Spangled Banner [Key] (tease)
  • Bleeding the Orchid
  • Today
  • Stand Inside Your Love
  • Hummer
  • Shame
  • Bullet with Butterfly Wings

Set Two:

  • Starla
  • Starz
  • Tarantula
  • Tonight, Tonight
  • Neverlost
  • Doomsday Clock
  • Heavy Metal Machine
    • White Rabbit [Jefferson Airplane] (tease)

Encore One:

  • Day Tripper [The Beatles] (tease)
  • Zero
  • Cherub Rock

Encore Two:

  • Annie-Dog
  • Gossamer [32:06]
  • Frère Jacques [traditional] (tease)
  • Oui Henri (tease)
  • Silverfuck
    • The End [The Doors] (tease)

Notes

  • Psalm 131, If All Goes Wrong, Rotten Apples, The Leaving Lament, and Mama performed acoustic
  • First performance of the Leaving Lament
  • Only performance of Psalm 131
  • Final performance of Annie-Dog
  • Neverlost and Silverfuck were added to the setlist

Banter

Suspiria Intro
Psalm 131 (Billy solo acoustic)
If All Goes Wrong (Billy solo acoustic)
Rotten Apples (Billy acoustic w/Lisa)
BC: Thank you very much, thank you. Today’s our last show, duh. I think we’re all a little sad to be leaving. We have to go play that little Al Gore concert in New York. And, uh, I woke up this morning and, uh...(teases blues song)...woke up this morning, and, uh, the - yeah, that’s good, every time I wake up I’m like, yeah, yeah, I’m still alive. And then it hits me, I’m like, oh shit. Heh heh. And, uh, I was in kind of a cranky mood, wasn’t really feeling like writing songs, was working on some of the songs (clears throat) that we’re working on...
Guy in audience: Aw!!
BC: ...I know, life sucks sometimes. It sucks to be rich and have no job and just get up and write songs, it bums me the fuck out. Gets me down. Like, my Maserati’s in the shop and, uh, my jet, there’s like a problem with the wing. The Vanderbilt family’s wanted to talk to me at the house about the renovations. Shit gets busy. And, uh, anyway, so sometimes when you’re not trying to write a song you write a song and this song sorta kinda hit me sideways. It’s my tribute to this moment. God bless you, thank you for coming. This is a quiet one so you fucks at the bar shut the fuck up. I’ve been keeping it under control all week but I could just go off tonight. Shit’s blowing up, shit’s blowing up. Let’s all have four minutes of meditative silence.
The Leaving Lament (Billy solo acoustic)
BC: Thank you.
Mama (acoustic)
Blue Skies Bring Tears
> United States
Bleeding the Orchid
Today
Stand Inside Your Love
> Hummer
BC: Thank you! ... Alright, we have a, we have a Ginger marriage proposal. Ginger, will you marry him?
Ginger: [unintelligible] Please. Oh yes, please, of course.
BC: You will marry him?
Ginger: Sure.
BC: Oh, sure.
Ginger: Why not? I’m, I’m pretty single.
BC: You wanna know anything about him first? Just go for it.
Ginger: Just go for it, right.
BC: Would anyone like to marry me? I’m still single. Heh heh. About 50 dudes put their hands up. Do they do same sex marriage in North Carolina? I get the feeling based on the, uh, past of North Carolina, that would be a no. Heh. Speaking of, uh...hahaha. Speaking of relationships gone wrong, this little song... (starts playing Shame)
Shame
> Bullet with Butterfly Wings
Starla
Starz
BC: [unintelligible] ... Thank you. (coughs) We got nothing to say but rock, that’s it, we got rock. We don’t even roll, we just rock. It’s a good show, no? It’s not bad. Not bad for a couple old men and some young whippersnappers. Some high flying whippersnappers. Once you hit that 4th decade, it all becomes very clear. You’ll see. You’ll see, you’ll see. So I’m just stalling for time, I don’t know what else to do. We could chant “Orange Peel.” Orange Peel, Orange Peel. (crowd chants) Doesn’t really have a ring to it, haha. O.P. O.P. Nah, that sucks too. Soma? (crowd cheers) That was the drug in the Aldous Huxley book “Brave New World.” We’re gonna play a song that sounds just like that one.
Tarantula
Tonight, Tonight
Neverlost
Doomsday Clock
> Heavy Metal Machine
BC (at beginning of outro): Good night.
BC (very end): Thank you! How ‘bout a [unintelligible]?
[encore break]
Day Tripper (tease)
> Zero
> Cherub Rock
[encore break]
Annie-Dog
> Gossamer
BC (towards end of song): We’ve come to the end of this chapter of this book. We’d like to say god bless you, thank you from the Smashing Pumpkins. Don’t let the sun catch you crying. Don’t let the ghost of George Vanderbilt catch you lyin’. Don’t let the spirit of Robin Trower catch you playing the blues. (Billy soloing) Alright, shhhhh. Let’s just kill this thing. Thank you to the Orange Peel. Thank you to the city of Asheville. Thank you to me for being so me-like. Thank you to Jeff, Lisa, Gingy and Mr. Jimmy Chamberlin. There you go. Show me what you got, kid. (more soloing) Yeah, but can you do this? (more doodling) Ah, come on! Check this out, kid! (more soloing) Alright, that wasn’t that good but it looked good. Alright Jimmy, let’s kill this thing. Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to be your band for the apocalypse.
BC: As predicted by the Mayan calendar, 2012, we are your band for the end. There’s no more, that’s it. (crowd boos, then cheers) You’re gonna boo my ass now? Come on! (mixed booing and cheering) Unless you wanna go home and smoke some weed with Grandma. Doesn’t everyone in Asheville smoke weed like, everybody? That’s what I, that’s what I heard. I’m sensing that you want some more rock and roll. (crowd cheers) Is there anyone here who doesn’t want to hear anymore rock and roll? (silence) That dude over there! Sir, NASCAR fan, what’s up? Ah ha ha ha. I’m just kidding, I’m just kidding, I’m sure you’re an IRL fan. I’m sure you’re an open wheel racing fan, I’m sorry. I get those distinctions wrong. Alright, I’ll make you a deal. I’ll make you a deal. We’ll play one more song but all you fuckers better buy that album on Tuesday. I want to see some serious Asheville downloading, CD buying motherfuckin’ action. That shit better be off the...chart here. Or Jeff here will personally come back and find you. Heh heh heh. Alright, one more song, okay?
Frère Jacques (Billy singing, accompanied by Jimmy)
BC: Thank you, good night! You said one more song, you didn’t say which one more song. Oh, you want a song I wrote? Okay. Play a little Oui Henri, Jimmy?
Oui Henri (tease)
BC: Little Oui Henri. That’s ‘88, ‘88 for you, Pumpkin fan. (doodling on guitar) (sings) Oui Henri. ... Alright, enough of this charade, I’m gonna kick your FUCKING ass now!
Silverfuck
BC: Fuck yeah!
[bow]
BC: Thank you so much, thank you.

Photos & Memorabilia

Tsp2007-AshevilleShirt back.jpg