Saturday, March 10, 2012
Set One: Gurgle > 40's Theme, Ocean Billy, Miami Virtue > Morning Song, In the Kitchen > Glory > In the Kitchen
Set Two: Puppet String, Domino Theory, Booth Love^ > August, The Linear > Go to Hell, Ringo > Voyager > Ringo
Encore: Hajimemashite > The Triple Wide > Billie Jean
^with Dominic Lalli(Big Gigantic) on saxophone
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