Tsp1998-08-05

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The Smashing Pumpkins
Date 1998-08-05
Venue Ryman Auditorium
Location Nashville, TN, US
Venue Type Theater
Capacity 4400
Lineup Corgan, Iha, Wretzky, Aronoff, Garson, Morris, Hodges
Order of Bands The Smashing Pumpkins
Surfaced Recordings
SBD #1a
Source SBD
Format CD
Equipment Unknown
Length 5m
Complete? No
Lowest Circulating Generation "Adore" official reissue 2014
Complete? To Sheila only.
AUD #1
Source AUD
Format DAT
Equipment CSBMod > M1
Length 97m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation DDC-1 > CDR
Live Music Archive 16-bit download
Notes Spots of diginoise at start of To Sheila and during Let Me Give the World to You.
AUD #2
Source AUD
Format ANA
Equipment built-in > HS-JS175W
Length 97m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation ANA-? > CDR
Notes Distortion during Let Me Give the World to You.
Unsurfaced Recordings
AUD #3
Source AUD
Format DAT
Equipment CSB > TCD-D8(48k)
Length ~100m
Complete? Yes
SBD #1
Source SBD
Format ADAT
Equipment Unknown
Length ~100m
Complete? Yes
Notes Vault copy.
PRO #1
Source PRO
Format VID
Equipment Unknown
Length ~100m
Complete? Yes

Setlist


Set:

  • To Sheila
  • The Tale of Dusty and Pistol Pete
  • Ava Adore
    • Tequila [Flores] (tease)
  • Tear
  • Perfect
  • Pug
  • 1979
  • Crestfallen
  • Tonight, Tonight
  • For Martha
  • Let Me Give the World to You
  • Shame

Encore:

  • (percussion solo)
    • Zero (tease)
    • Bullet with Butterfly Wings
  • (improv)
  • Summertime [Gershwin/Heyward] (tease)
    • Blank Page
  • (check presentation)

Notes

  • Acoustic
  • Unique arrangement of To Sheila is played
  • Billy plays piano on Crestfallen
  • Only acoustic performances of Pug, For Martha, and Blank Page
  • $130,209 donated to W.O. Smith of Nashville Community Music School from ticket proceeds

Banter

To Sheila
The Tale of Dusty and Pistol Pete
Ava Adore / Tequila
BC: Thank you very much, good evening, hi, thank you.
Tear
Perfect
Pug
BC: Thanks a lot, thank you. (Southern accent) How y’all doing out there? (normal voice) How are you doing up there? You all right?
1979
BC: So this is uh, the first time I've ever played piano in public in my life. Heh heh. [unintelligible sentence.] See, what's funny before is like, I never played piano, you know, so and then I came out Mike was back there and I couldn't see the piano and then, you can see I'm a professional so.... This is a song that I wrote at home on the piano so I thought I'd play it for you.
Crestfallen (Billy plays piano)
BC: Heh heh. We're very uh, we're very honored to be able to play at the Grand Old Opry tonight. We had to uh, we had to promise the Grand Old Opry we wouldn't play electric, heh heh, guitar so they'd let us play here but...of course we didn't promise that we wouldn't play loud but we promised we wouldn't play electric. But it's a great honor to um, to um, be part of a long tradition of great country music, although we're not playing any country music tonight. Country music is along with blues music was the foundation of rock and roll and...there are many great country pioneers who made it possible for us to act like fools today. I'm gonna put my foot over here on this piece from the original Opry, get to soak up some of the vibes...to help me. Osmosis. Everybody okay then, you alright? You guys don't look the same as you do normally on that Nashville network with the little....
Tonight, Tonight
For Martha
Let Me Give the World to You
Shame
[encore break]
drum/percussion solo
> Zero (tease)
> Bullet with Butterfly Wings
> Country Death Song (tease)
> Summertime (tease)
> Blank Page
Iha: Thank you very much. Thanks a lot, you guys have been really great tonight.
BC: [unintelligible because his mic isn’t working properly.] (Satanic voice) Hello, hello, hello.
Iha: Oh, come on Nashville. Get those hands in the air, come on. Let's get it on. Alright, now it's time to be serious again.
BC: We'd like to uh, heh - HELLO!
Iha: Yeah, heh heh heh.
BC: I’m not used to not screaming. Heh heh. We'd like to take a moment to meet the people from W.O. Smith School, heh. The charity that we're donating to, your money, tonight so um....
Guy from mayor’s office: Today, with the folks with the school, my name is [unintelligible] and I’m from the office of Mayor Phil Bredesen. [unintelligible]. Basically, they are the reason the whole thing is as y’all know that the mayor really appreciates your generosity for the W.O. Smith School and today in Nashville is Smashing Pumpkins Day [unintelligible].
BC: Did you hear that? Today is Smashing Pumpkins Day.
Iha: I did hear that. [unintelligible]
BC: [unintelligible].
Guy from W.O. Smith School: Thank you. My name is Joe [unintelligible] W.O. Smith Music School. As most of you know, the money from tonight’s ticket purchases came to the W.O. Smith School. We are absolutely thrilled and excited to thank Smashing Pumpkins for doing such a wonderful gift for us, we also have a little something for you that is very special for us. This is called a Smitty award and it’s a sculpture of the gentleman who was the founder of our school, W.O. Smith, who was a bass player. And [unintelligible] dedicated to the Smashing Pumpkins, we appreciate your humble contribution to the W.O. Smith Nashville Community Music School [unintelligible].
BC: Heh heh.
Iha: That was very nice.
BC: The Pumpkins are proud to present W.O. Smith of Nashville Community Music School with a check for $130,290.
Iha: [unintelligible]
BC: Thanks to all of you for a great night.
Iha: Thanks, you guys.

Photos & Memorabilia

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