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05.16.2002 Schubas Tavern, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: A Go Go, August[1] > Out Of Order, The Crooked One[2], Phil's Farm[3] > Water, The Fussy Dutchman[4]

Set 2: Intro[5] > The Fuzz > The Haunt[6] > When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around[7] > Padgett's Profile[8], Last Man Swerving[9] > Q*Bert, Last Call, Kabump[10] > The Fuzz

Encore: FF > Lenny

[1] began with Blackbird (The Beatles) tease from Ryan
[2] debut, original
[3] with Imperial March (from Star Wars) (John Williams) tease and Wonderboy (Tenacious D) quote
[4] with Star Wars theme (John Williams) tease
[5] the band began to jam along with Right Off (Miles Davis) which was played over the P.A.; also included band introductions
[6] ended with Barracuda (Heart) teases
[7] with Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1) (Pink Floyd) tease
[8] with Hold On Loosely (38 Special) and Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love and Panama (both Van Halen) teases
[9] with Thunderstruck (AC/DC) tease from Joel
[10] with Jake beatboxing and Binary Sunset (from Star Wars) (John Williams) tease

Notes:
Ten Years Gone (Led Zeppelin) was teased before Last Call. This show was simulcast via the Digital Club Network.

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05.16.2002 Schubas Tavern, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > Soul Food I > Anchor Drops > Drums, Ringo, Push the Pig[2] > Two of Us[3], Professor Wormbog, A Fifth of Beethoven, Hurt Bird Bath

Set 2: Der Bluten Kat[4], Africa, Nothing Too Fancy > The Triple Wide > Much Obliged > Hajimemashite > Nothing Too Fancy, Gesture Under a Mitten

Encore: In Violation of Yes[5], Syncopated Strangers

[1] band began to jam along with Even Flow (Pearl Jam), which was being played over the P.A.
[2] a portion was acoustic
[3] debut, The Beatles; acoustic
[4] with Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne) teases
[5] debut, original (off of Joel's album, Common Sense)

Notes:
this show was simulcast via the Digital Club Network
with Woody Woodpecker theme tease (George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss) tease before A Fifth of Beethoven

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