Monday, 06 October 1997
Warfield
San Francisco, CA, USA
supported by lowercase
Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
Collision
Midlife Crisis
Last Cup Of Sorrow
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Evidence
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
Ugly In The Morning
Home Sick Home
Ashes To Ashes
King For A Day
Pristina
Epic
outro R Kelly, "I Believe I Can Fly"
Naked In Front Of The Computer
Highway Star (Deep Purple)
Just A Man

This Guy's In Love With You (Burt Bacharach)
Land Of Sunshine
with Patton singing the guitar solo
Caffeine

Stripsearch
Album Of The Year cover
7
Angel Dust cover
5
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
5
Other cover
2
Introduce Yourself cover
1
The Real Thing cover
1
Confirmation:
PattonTrader
CV Database
Audience recording
Setlist.fm

San Francisco Examiner, 5 Sep 1997, page C1 - gig listing
San Francisco Examiner, 3 Oct 1997, page C12 - gig listing - 8pm, $16.50
Official Release:
Who Cares A Lot best-of compilation (Highway Star)
Note:
"Highway Star" from this gig is on the Who Cares A Lot? best-of compilation second disc.
Description:
Before the first chorus of Last Cup Of Sorrow, Patton shouts "Chorus!"
After Last Cup Of Sorrow, Patton: "Hey!" after a pause "Just start the song I don't have any shit to talk"
After The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies:
- Roddy: "Woo! How's things San Francisco?"
- Patton: "Anybody seen G.I. Jane yet? Oh man"
- Roddy: "Show of hands?"
- Patton: ""You don't know what you're missing... I would say, let's start! What do you say man?"

During Evidence:
(before first verse) "Keyboard breakdown, big big hit in San Francisco"
(during solo) "You know something SF? You gotta show me the money! It's time to show me the money! Show me the money!"

After Introduce Yourself, Patton: "That's a big thank you."

After Ugly In The Morning:
- Patton: "Well having said that... why don't you say something? You know it all, you say something?!"
- Roddy: "You ready for a little more?"
- Patton: "Tell us something about yourself, we're just the band! You, ladies and gentlemen are the audience!"
- Roddy: "And what a show you are ladies and gentlemen!"
- Patton: "Who are you? Who are you?!"
- Roddy: "Where's my sister?! Raise your hand Kathryn" -
- Patton: "I don't care who you are I wanna dance with ya! I want you to fuck me. You! Fuck! Me!"

After Home Sick Home:
- Roddy : "I hate this lull right here"
- Patton: "This little lull"
- Roddy: "It always happens right here"
- Patton: "Yeah? I guess maybe that's my fault! It's his fault! Play the music buddy! We're jerking off."

During King For A Day, Patton: "Such a mysterious audience you are ladies and gentlemen"

After Naked In Front of The Computer:
- Patton: "Is this a little more fun than TGI Fridays?"
- Roddy: "But how about Hooters"
- Patton: "Ya'll got Hooters around here"
- Roddy: "Ya'll know Hooters?"
- Patton: "Why don't you tell 'em about Hooters Roddy. Tell 'em what Hooters is all about."
- Roddy: "Ya'll ever been there? Who's been to a Hooters? They know about Hooters!"
- Patton: "Alright. If you, know you know."

Before "Highway Star", Patton: "Special SF treat. Treat, for you"

During Just A Man:
(intro) "You!"
(first verse) "S. F.!"
(before first chorus) "Everybody now!"

- (Jon?) Goddamit (messing with guitar cable?)
- Patton - "I told you to quit jacking off! I know when you're at home and everything it's exciting! Let's play! We've got a job to do! They payed for it! (Laughs) Hello to Jon Hudson he's our new guitar player ladies and gentlemen"

After returning for second encore:
- Bill: "I don't know why we only play here every three years or something"
- Patton: "You're bringing us out of retirement. My back is fucking killing me!"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1986 Town Pump, Vancouver BC, Canada
1990 The Omni, Atlanta GA, USA
1992 Airport Music Hall, Allentown PA, USA