Park West
(Chicago, Illinois)

7 October 2000

Billy Bragg & the Blokes


A ticket to the show...


"...and I'm half-English too..." Billy Bragg (wide gesture) and Ben Mandelson (bouzouk).


The new song, "Jane Allen," L-R: Martyn Barker (drums), Simon Edwards (bass), and Lu Edmonds (saz).


"La la la-la la la la..." Simon Edwards and Lu Edmonds (guitar) belt out the intro to "St. Monday."



Ben Mandelson (8-string Danelectro barizouki) and Billy Bragg (Telecaster) on "There Is Power in a Union."



Billy Bragg and Ben Mandelson (8-string barizouki) on "Dreadbelly."



The Shriekback line, L-R: Martyn Barker (drums), Simon Edwards (bass), and Lu Edmonds (cümbüs).



Ben Mandelson (bügeleiser) and Billy Bragg (dancing).



Lu Edmonds and Ian McLagan.



"Yeah yeah yeah yeah..." Bill anguishes over the "Tears of My Tracks," with Simon Edwards on his Danelectro bass.



The last encore, "Sexuality," featuring Simon Edwards (bass) and Lu Edmonds (guitar).



Lu Edmonds (guitar).




Kevin So


Sarah Harmer (vocals, guitar), with Kevin Fox (bass, cello, backing vocals), and John Obercian (drums, guitar)


(Blokes) The Milkman of Human Kindness • She Came Along to Me • England, Half English • Christ for President • Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key • Jane Allen • All You Fascists Bound to Lose • St. Monday • There Is Power in a Union • Aginst Th' Law • Dreadbelly • Greetings to the New Brunette • California Stars • A New England

(encore 1, solo) Upfield • Dry Bed • The Saturday Boy

(encore 2, with Simon) Tears of My Tracks

(Blokes) My Flying Saucer • Sexuality


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