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Wilco

Tramps (New York, NY)

Jun 9, 1995

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  1. 1 If That's Alright 03:49
  2. 2 Give Back the Key to My Heart 03:47
  3. 3 Tuning 00:37
  4. 4 Shouldn't Be Ashamed 03:21
  5. 5 Banter 00:53
  6. 6 I Must Be High 02:56
  7. 7 Banter 00:40
  8. 8 Box Full of Letters 03:06
  9. 9 Banter 00:58
  10. 10 Too Far Apart 03:44
  11. 11 Banter 01:03
  12. 12 Should've Been in Love 03:39
  13. 13 Banter 00:51
  14. 14 No Sense in Lovin' 04:11
  15. 15 It's Just That Simple 04:18
  16. 16 Banter 00:32
  17. 17 Pick Up The Change 02:54
  18. 18 Tuning 00:33
  19. 19 New Madrid 03:51
  20. 20 Tuning 00:27
  21. 21 Wait Up 02:20
  22. 22 Banter 00:35
  23. 23 That's Not The Issue 03:05
  24. 24 banter / Hold On Loosely (goofing around) 00:42
  25. 25 Passenger Side 03:44
  26. 26 tuning / banter 00:58
  27. 27 Casino Queen 02:46
  28. 28 tuning / banter 00:53
  29. 29 We've Been Had 03:29
  30. 30 tuning / banter 00:52
  31. 31 Long Cut 03:30
  32. 32 tuning / banter 00:38
  33. 33 Watch Me Fall 02:50
  34. 34 Gun 04:10
  35. 35 tuning / banter 01:03
  36. 36 Don't You Honey Me 03:21
  37. 37 Reincarnation 02:26
  38. 38 tuning / banter 01:27
  39. 39 Pecan Pie 03:05
  40. 40 Tuning 00:20
  41. 41 Who Were You Thinking Of 02:31
  42. 42 tuning / banter 01:45
  43. 43 I Got You 02:48
  44. 44 Tuning 00:14
  45. 45 Outtamind (Outtasite) 02:35
  46. 46 Just Wanted to Thank You 04:37
  47. 47 Listen To Her Heart 02:58
  48. 48 tuning / banter 00:52
  49. 49 Acuff-Rose 03:10
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Liner Notes

Jeff Tweedy - guitar, vocals; Jay Bennett - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Max Johnston - guitar, banjo, dobro, fiddle, mandolin, vocals; Bob Egan - pedal steel, slide guitar; John Stirrat - bass, vocals; Ken Coomer - drums, percussion

Great quality, complete and a very good performance that hasn't circulated before. They were doing a lot of openers during this era, but here they are headliners - which translates into an intriguing setlist since they had no time constraints and could play whatever they felt like playing. Wilco and Tweedy fans should love this.

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Jeff Tweedy - guitar, vocals; Jay Bennett - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Max Johnston - guitar, banjo, dobro, fiddle, mandolin, vocals; Bob Egan - pedal steel, slide guitar; John Stirrat - bass, vocals; Ken Coomer - drums, percussion

Great quality, complete and a very good performance that hasn't circulated before. They were doing a lot of openers during this era, but here they are headliners - which translates into an intriguing setlist since they had no time constraints and could play whatever they felt like playing. Wilco and Tweedy fans should love this.