The guitarist sat in with The Pod on two lengthy sets that were filled with Ween tunes such as “Big Jilm,” “Gabrielle,” “Ocean Man,” “Booze Me Up And Get Me High” and “Transdermal Celebration.” Deaner even took part in an acoustic segment that included “Tried and True,” “Chocolate Town, “The Mollusk” and “Tender Situation.” There was also a cover late in the show as The Pod and Deaner tackled “The Wind Cries Mary.”
Watch fan-shot video by trasher202 of “Tear For Eddie” (h/t TBP):
Here’s sed303’s fan-shot footage of “Frank” and “Happy Colored Marbles”:
Set One: Strap On That Jammy Pack, Piss Up A Rope, Nan, Waving My Dick In The Wind, Gabrielle, Tear For Eddie, Final Alarm, Big Jilm, My Own Bare Hands, Don’t Get Too Close To My Fantasy, Back To Bason, HIV Song, Dr. Rock, Mister Would You Please Help My Pony?, Sweet Texas Fire, Spinal Meningitis, Did You See Me?, Sorry Charlie, Buckingham Green
Set Two: Fiesta, It’s Gonna Be A Long Night, The Grobe, I Saw Gener Crying In His Sleep, Happy Color Marbles, Johnny On The Spot, Transdermal Celebration, Springtheme, Tried And True@, Chocolate Town@, The Mollusk@, Tender Situation@, Ocean Man, Frank, I’m In The Mood To Move, Booze Me Up And Get Me High, The Wind Cries Mary, Stroker Ace, You Fucked Up, Someday, Captain Fantasy, Don’t Sweat It
[Unconfirmed Setlist via drmancala]
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