Friday, June 20, 2008

El Paso setlist

Plaza Theatre, El Paso, Tx.
June 20, 2008

Lucinda/Ain't Goin Down to the Well
Way Down in the Hole
Falling Down
Chocolate Jesus
Singapore
Fannin Street
Get Behind the Mule
Trampled Rose
Metropolitan Glide
The Other Side of the World
God's Away on Busines
Hoist That Rag
Lucky Day [TW on reed organ piano]
House Where Nobody Lives [TW on reed organ piano]
Lost in the Harbour [TW on piano reed organ]
Lie to Me
Goin' Out West
Jesus Gonna Be Here

Make it Rain
Dirt in the Ground

This is the setlist as I found it on Pullen my blog.

And here's a review from the El Paso Times.

And a picture from the ANTI blog of Tom Waits receiving the Keys to the City.



Watch a video from Dirt in the ground by kmartiniisback:


The same uploader also provided footage for Make it Rain, Hoist That Rag, Falling Down and Lucky Day.

16 comments:

gweeps said...

On the Other Side of the World? Wow.

Ray said...

Assuming Lost in the Harbor was done the same was as in Phoenix, Tom wasn't actually on piano, but some tiny organ thing. Don't know what it's called, but I think it was this:

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c326/Infected_Brain/Tom_Waits.jpg

Bethany said...

Oh my God. Way Down in the Hole? Goin Out West? I could just die from excitement. I may just have to get a commerative tatoo in Columbus.

Bethany said...

...more like "commemorative" and "tattoo." Geez.

Purrkins said...

Ray,

In Phoenix he performed Lost in the Harbor on a Harmonium.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harmonium

Beautiful little instrument.

Alisterio said...
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Alisterio said...

Other side of the world...


does that mean, "that feel", "pancho's lament" and "hope that I don't fall in love with you" are actually possible? lol

Ian said...

Wow On the Other Side of the World is one of my favorite songs by him, though I really don't care much for Trampled Rose or Metropolitan Glide but considering I live in NY and won't get to see any concerts I would be happy to attend any.

Scott said...

Did he play two encores in El Paso? Aw I'm so jealous. I loved the second night in Phoenix but he played some of my favorites opening night and in Texas. I wish I could go to all of the shows and just follow him around!

Nick said...
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Nick said...

In the middle of his set, right before he started playing piano, a cop walked on stage…Tom sort of made fun of the cop for a while, and then government person came out and awarded him the key to the city- suprising to everyone. Strange- very exciting moment-
And it was actually a Estey Reed Organ painted black- very similar to a harmonium.
http://www.reedsoc.org/Organs/esteyportables.htm

MagnoliaPearl said...

I'm praying for a "Christmas Card from a Hooker" performance in Dallas on Monday. It's my first favorite of his. Has it only been performed once so far?

Old Man Duggan said...

Yeah, Lost in the Harbor was on the reed organ, but Lucky Day and House Where Nobody Lives were on piano.

Baron Lane said...

Has there been any merch on sale at the shows? Thaks.

kmartini said...

Went to both the 1st night in Phoenix and the El Paso show and am lucky enough to travel for work and just end up on the same route as Tom. Will be at the last U.S. show in Atlanta. Here are my reviews and a few videos.

Phoenix
http://www.last.fm/event/610896/reviews

El Paso
http://www.last.fm/event/610902/reviews

Videos:
http://www.youtube.com/user/kmartiniisback

James said...

I loved it!

I flew down to El Paso from Canada, and we spent the day in Juarez before going to the concert.

'Lost in the Harbour' was incredible.

But that version of 'Dirt in the Ground' absolutely levelled me. The way they hesitated the groove before each line of the verse was beautiful. I almost cried.