Tsp2010-09-06B

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The Smashing Pumpkins
Date 2010-09-06
Venue Crest Theatre
Location Sacremento, CA, US
Venue Type Theater
Capacity 900
Lineup Corgan, Schroeder, Byrne, Fiorentino
Order of Bands Bad City, The Smashing Pumpkins
Surfaced Recordings
AUD #1
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment CA Cards>CA-STC-9000>iRiver H120(16/44.1)
Length ~110m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M>FLAC
Live Music Archive 16-bit download
Notes 20 feet from right stack.
AUD #2
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment DAB>DA-120F>R-09(24/44.1)
Length 114m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M>FLAC
Live Music Archive 16-bit download
Notes 10 feet from right stack.
Unsurfaced Recordings
AUD #3
Source AUD
Format Unknown
Equipment Unknown
Length Unknown
Complete? Unknown
Notes In front of soundboard.
AMT #1
Source AUD
Format MiniDV
Equipment Sony HDR-FX1
Length ~110m
Complete? Unknown
Notes Tape change after United States cuts ten seconds.
AMT #2
Source AUD
Format AVCHD
Equipment Sony HDR-SR5
Length ~110m
Complete? Yes
Notes Tripod. Numerous buffer errors/drops.

Setlist


Soundcheck:

  • Spangled
  • Drown
  • A Song for a Son (ending)
  • Zero
  • A Stitch in Time
  • Song For a Son
  • Love Is the Sweetest Thing [Noble]

Set:

  • Astral Planes
  • Ava Adore
  • Today
  • A Song for a Son
  • Drown
  • As Rome Burns
  • Eye
  • Bullet with Butterfly Wings
  • That's the Way (My Love Is)
  • United States
    • Star Spangled Banner [Key] (tease)
    • Moby Dick [Led Zeppelin] (tease)
  • A Stitch in Time
  • Love Is the Sweetest Thing [Noble]
  • Stand Inside Your Love
  • Tarantula
    • Detroit Rock City [Kiss] (tease)
  • Tonight, Tonight
  • Cherub Rock

Encore:

  • Freak
  • Gossamer (17:31)

Notes

  • A Stitch in Time and Love is the Sweetest Thing performed acoustic

Banter

A Stitch in Time Synth Intro
Astral Planes
> Ava Adore
Today
A Song for a Son
Drown
> As Rome Burns
Eye
> Bullet with Butterfly Wings
> That’s the Way
United States / Star Spangled Banner / Moby Dick
BC: (off mic) Oh my god. (on mic) Thank you very much, thank you. How y’all feelin’, you alright? Sac Town, is that what they call this? Heh, in my room there was a magazine called Sac Town.
Nicole: What is this Sac Town about?
BC: I don’t know, if I wanted to invite tourists, I don’t know if I’d have a magazine Sac-Town, heh, that’s just me, heh...
Nicole: Depends on what kind of tourists.
BC: ...that’s just me. “Come to Sac Town,” you know, “we’re just hangin’ out.”
Nicole: Is that what you people do here?
BC: We’ve been here for a couple days, had a nice time.
Nicole: It was a time.
Jeff: Yeah.
BC: And uh, whoever’s smoking all the weed in the front, that’s cool.
Nicole: Yeah thanks, thanks guys.
BC: We’re so high up here, it’s cool, it’s all good, just keep smokin’. Soon as you stop smoking, the show’s just gonna go like that. Right? This is a song off uh, the Teargarden album, which is in progress. I bet you people in the front know about the Teargarden album. Huh, never mind, that was a bad idea. How ‘bout you people in the back? Oh!
Nicole: That guy definitely does.
BC: I think the people in the back should come up here and the people in the front should go back there now. I thought that’s what Sac Town was all about. Heh heh.
Nicole: That would just take too long.
BC: Okay, this is a song called Stitch in Time.
A Stitch in Time (Billy acoustic w/Nicole backing vocals)
BC: This is a ukulele. It is a weapon. This song from the 1920s. Anyone know when this theater was built? Heh, shit. You really are high.
Love is the Sweetest Thing (Billy solo ukulele)
BC: Okay, before we finish up here, I’d like to introduce the band to you. On the bass, Nicole Fiorentino.
Jeff: Woo!
Nicole: Woo hoo.
Jeff: Woo!
BC: On the drums, Samurai Mike Byrne. That’s where you need the Peart whip locks, (imitates drumming). (Mike drums the noises Billy just made) On the guitar, Jeff “The Shredder” Schroeder. And I’m just an angry guy.
Stand Inside Your Love
> Tarantula
> Detroit Rock City (tease - briefly jammed by Billy & Jeff during the pause after Billy’s solo)
Tonight, Tonight
> Cherub Rock
[encore break]
Freak
Gossamer