|Location||Minneapolis, MN, US|
|Lineup||Corgan, Chamberlin, Sweeney, Pajo, Lenchantin|
|Order of Bands||The Children's Hour, Zwan|
|Equipment||Sony Condenser Mic>MT-15|
|Lowest Circulating Generation||MD-M > dEdit > CDR|
|Live Music Archive||16-bit download|
|Equipment||Oktava MC012 > PS-2 > M1|
|Notes||Mic stand, front left inside soundboard area. Diginoise issues.|
|Equipment||Oktava MC012 > PS-2 > Zefiro Inbox > VXPocket2 > laptop(16/44.1)|
|Notes||Mic stand, front left inside soundboard area.|
|Equipment||Oktava MC012 > PS-2 > Zefiro Inbox > MS722|
|Notes||Mic stand, front left inside soundboard area. Taper used one pair of mics and split the signal into four recorders.|
|Equipment||CSC > TCD-D100|
|Notes||Mics mounted on soundboard railing.|
|Equipment||DAB > DA-120F > MS722|
|Notes||10 feet from right stack. Mic connection trouble during Mary Star of the Sea and Jesus, I. Settle Down cuts.|
- Mary Star of the Sea
- Declarations of Faith
- Don't Let Me Down [The Beatles]
- Endless Summer
- Jesus, I [Lyte]
- God's Gonna Set This World on Fire
- El Sol
- Of a Broken Heart
- Friends as Lovers, Lovers as Friends
- Ride a Black Swan
- Settle Down
- A New Poetry
- Spilled Milk
Mary Star of the Sea
(BC after lyrics, before coda: Good evening everybody.)
Declarations of Faith
BC: Thank you very much, thank you.
Don’t Let Me Down
> God’s Gonna Set This World on Fire
BC: Thank you very much. Thank you very much for coming to see us play tonight. We realize there’s a lot of important things going on in the world like, for example, across the street they’re having a high school basketball tournament. It’s hard to focus in these times when those kids are giving their hearts across the street. How’s everybody doing tonight, you alright? Woo. I’m just stalling for time ‘cause I can’t breathe but.... This is a song off, uh, off of Mary Star of the Sea, it’s called El Sol.
BC: Thank you, that’s a - that’s a song we’re gonna put on our next album, uh, [unintelligible] our other band. That’s a song we’re gonna - that’s a song we’re gonna put on our next album for our other band, the Djali Zwan. ‘Cause no one buys albums anymore obviously. Except, uh, what’s his face, 49 Cent. Like to introduce the Zwan to you now. Matt, you’re making a lot of noise. [next sentence appears to be cut on tape.] On the guitar, the harmonica, the drums and the piano, Mr. David Pajo. Indie rock legend. On the guitar and the general good vibes, Mr. Matt Sweeney. Indie rock legend. On the bass and the piano, the lovely Paz. On the drums of Thor, Mr. Jimmy Chamberlin. This is a little song we like to call Of a Broken Heart.
Of a Broken Heart
Friends as Lovers, Lovers as Friends
Ride a Black Swan
> Settle Down
BC: Thank you very much!
BC: Thank you very much, thank you. It’s kinda hard to play and pretend there’s not a war going on but uh, heh heh. Well, the way I look at it is, uh, as far as it is right now, no matter what you think about it, the best you can do is just hope that it goes quick and no one gets hurt too much. I believe if we think good thoughts, good things will happen, so let’s just think good thoughts from here on out.
Sweeney: Right on.
BC: We do appreciate you coming out at this time, um, it’s a weird time but it’s as good a time as any to have some fun, maybe a little. I mean, shit, the sun never shines up here, so I know you need some entertainment. (some boos) Hey! I - you know, I’d follow Randy Moss to the moon too. He can do anything. Paz, do you know who Randy Moss is?
BC: Sports talk, heh heh. He’s, uh, he ran over a police lady in his SUV. (large crowd cheer) But shit, as long as he scores touchdowns, who the fuck even cares who he runs over? Anyway, heh, uh, heh, Jimmy’s yelling at me to get started so thank you though.
A New Poetry
(BC near end of song: Thank you, Minneapolis, woo! You don’t know the way you’re doin’, baby!)