Submitted by Chad Maxwell and Don Miller who both provided scans, and Jim Cox who adds:
the audience to sing along on Burn and
noted that it was "mildly
topical" and, "unfortunately,
Julie Wolf played the mouth organ during Postcards From Cambodia. One thing I noticed is that Bruce appeared to play this song with a 6th-string bass drone throughout. Prior to the song, Bruce said (with some irony, I think) that this is a "landscape song".
Prior to All
Our Dark Tomorrows,
talked a little bit about the song. I had noted
that there was a sticker on some of the amplification equipment that
in Texas, there is a village missing an idiot."
Steve Lucas played a bowed stand-up bass at the beginning of Wait No More, then switched to plucking it. Julie Wolf was on the accordion.
Before Open, someone in the crowd had hollered out at Bruce to play the theme from Franklin (the children's television show), which was written by Bruce; Bruce commented on this for a few minutes.
Night Train featured some scat singing toward the end that showcased his excellent vocal abilities.
You've Never Seen Everything featured some bowing of a stand-up bass by Steve Lucas; at times, Steve Riley played some eerie-looking bells with mallets.
This was a great show. Bruce looked well-rested and smiled more often than at previous shows. He seemed to be enjoying himself. The venue was small and pretty intimate. We came away from the show feeling really good.