"Weird Al" Yankovic
August 14, 2022
Gaillard Center
Charleston, SC
Taped by MajinTrunkz (Matt P.)

ZOOM H1 (48kHz 24bit WAV) > SD Card > Audacity > FLAC

Set list:
01. Young, Dumb & Ugly
02. Bob
03. Why Does This Always Happen to Me?
04. Don't Download This Song
05. The Night Santa Went Crazy
06. Drum Solo
07. Midnight Star
08. [Censored TV performance story]
09. One More Minute
10. Craigslist
11. [How Al met his band members]
12. Dare to Be Stupid (lounge version)
13. Harpsicord Solo
14. Melanie
15. Dog Eat Dog
16. You Don't Love Me Anymore
17. Velvet Elvis
18. Good Old Days
19. [Shouldn't have even brought it up]
20. Nature Trail to Hell
21. Frank's 2000" TV
22. The Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota
23. [Encore Intro]
24. 867-5309/Jenny (Tommy Tutone cover)
25. Parody Medley
-Amish Paradise/Smells Like Nirvana/White & Nerdy/Word Crimes/Yoda

Run Time: 1:50:18

I have to admit, as much as a I love Al's big production regular shows, the two "Vanity Tour" shows I've seen him do have been
my favorites. It's great just seeing musicians who have serious skills play silly music without any frills, and Al's catalog
of originals easily rivals the parodies he's more known for. This set was a great mix of stuff from throughout his career,
though surprisingly lacking anything from Mandatory Fun or Running With Scissors, which happen to be my 2 favorite albums. I
was really hoping to hear "My Baby's In Love With Eddie Vedder," but oh well. I can't really complain, especially considering
we got a ridiculously long, drawn-out version of "Craigslist" that seemed like it would never end (but in a good way).
Another interesting bit was that he actually "updated" the cover of "867-5309" to what Al claims is Jenny's new number,
520-4189. I haven't figured out if there's any significance to that number, and a quick Google search gives me no leads.

The Gaillard Center typically holds orchestral performances and the like, so it's got great acoustics, which means this
recording came out sounding really good. Easily one of the best concert recordings I've been able to get.