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04.14.2000 Martyrs', Chicago, IL, USA

One Set: Prowler -> 2x2, Front Porch[1] > Bob's Cloud[2] > Front Porch[2] > I Want a New Drug[2], Example 1[2], Phil's Farm, Nachos for Two[3], All Blues[4], Late in the Evening[2], Raymond[5], The Chicken[6], Slacker[2] > Stomping Grounds[7] -> Slacker[2], Q*Bert[2], The Skunk, The Goose, and The Fly[8]

[1] with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones; with Waterfalls (TLC) quote
[2] with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones
[3] with Cantina Band (John Williams) tease
[4] debut, Miles Davis; with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones and Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet
[5] with Rich Cohen on saxophone
[6] with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet, and Paul Hogan on keys
[7] debut, Béla Fleck; with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones
[8] with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones and Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet, along with Nick Blasky on vocals

Notes:
Nachos For Two was followed by a Cantina Band (John Williams) tease from Joel and a This Is How We Do It (Montell Jordan) quote from Brendan. Hangover was quoted after Raymond.

Support: Ray's Music Exchange

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