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September 5, 2003
Bob and Tom Show - Indianapolis, IN


SETLIST

Beer Run
Just in Case
Iron Mike's Main Man's Last Request
Statistician's Blues
Alright Guy
Vinyl Records
Trouble


RECORDINGS

AUDIO

SOURCE: FM
QUALITY: A
COMPLETE: YES
LENGTH: 77:42
MEDIA: 1 CDR
TRANSFER:
TAPER:
NOTES: Commercial breaks removed.


NOTES

This radio appearance was promoting Near Truths and Hotel Rooms. Show opens with a telephone conversation with comedian Steve Altman. Todd's portion begins with the reading of a letter from a fan who's friend allegedly passed away while listening to Beer Run. All songs on this program are performed live except Statistician's Blues -- for this song the recording from Near Truths is played. Bob and Tom try to beep the profanity during the song but the edit does not work. Before Vinyl Records, Bob & Tom have a telephone conversation with Kevin James from TV's King of Queens.


VARIATIONS

On Alright Guy:

  • "Now, one time, for medicinal purposes, they forced me to smoke some dope. Which means I could probably still be the president and at this rate I could maybe even be the pope."

 
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