94-11-29 Electric Lounge
Austin, Texas, America
Mojo Pin
(talking: 'I need more video chicks')
Last Goodbye
What Will You Say
Dream Brother
Lilac Wine
So Real (vocal mic cuts out)
(talking: testing the mic)
'Nothing On Tour Works'
Grace (false start)
Ska Instrumental
Grace (false start)
Kick Out The Jams (aborted)
Eternal Life
Lover, You Should Have Come Over
That's All I Ask
Lover, You Should Have Come Over (reprise)
(talking: band introductions, applause)
After 'So Real', the vocal mic stops working, so Jeff and the band goof around trying to start 'Grace'. Jeff plays some Black Sabbath-style riffs to test his guitar, which is working fine, but the vocals are hardly coming through, you can just make out the death metal screams of 'nothing on tour works!'. An audience member shouts for an instrumental so they play a nifty little Ska number. The solo songs are sung at very quiet volume, maybe to do with the vocal mic problems at the venue? A quote from an audience member - 'There [were] PA problems starting near the end of Lilac Wine. Eventually the PA goes out completely so the band turn the stage monitors towards the audience after the Reggae Improv. The PA comes back near the middle of Hallelujah.'