LIVE NIRVANA TOUR HISTORY:07/23/93 - Roseland Ballroom (New Music Seminar), New York, NY, US
Grohl - "Hi"
Novoselic - "Welcome to the New Music Seminar Ladies and Gentlemen"
SERVE THE SERVANTS
Voice - "See, 'scuse me"
Voice - "??"
Grohl - "Thanks"
Novoselic - "Attack of the riff rockers"
Grohl - "This song goes out to Jimmy Swanson"
Cobain - "Hey Chris, don't you start this song?"
Novoselic - "Oh yeah"
Grohl - ""no Kurt you start this off, yeah you start"
Novoselic - "Is that the right song?"
Voice - "??" [in a deep raspy voice]
Grohl - "I wrote that poem"
Grohl - "Thanks"
Novoselic - "Thanks a lot. Take it away Kurt"
COME AS YOU ARE
Grohl - "This is a new disco song!"
Novoselic - "There's a new sound taking the music industry by storm and it's called alternative rock"
Grohl - "This is our friend John, Big John, he's the 29 stone cowboy! Drain You"
Grohl - "Tourettes, this song is called tourettes"
Novoselic - "It's for Mr John Duncan"
Grohl - "Big John. Ladies and Gentlemen, Big John, Big bad John. I'll try to give you a hug later"
Novoselic - "See John was the winner of a radio promotion that you could, if you could in a 500 word essay, what grunge means to you, you could um, jam with Nirvana!"
Grohl - "Is that gonna fall? Ok. Thanks! Breaking bread, baking bread, breaking bed, faking in bread"
Grohl - "??"
Cobain - "This is our friend Lori, she plays cello ??"
Novoselic - "The cello is an interesting instrument...invented in 1602 by... cabinet maker in Warsaw, Poland"
Cobain - "Have patience, we're one of the biggest rock'n'roll bands in history! Are you ready?"
Grohl - "Lori tells the best jokes, go ahead Lori, tell us a joke. This next song's called Tunes in Heaven"
Grohl - "Chris was smoking"
SOMETHING IN THE WAY
WHERE DID YOU SLEEP LAST NIGHT?
Grohl - "Remember Benjamino Crovari (?)"
Novoselic - "It's a hit" [after Dave drummed and sang a small tune]
Cobain - ""? ? ?solo for this song. ? ?"
Novoselic - "I'll do it, yeah"
Cobain - "Let's see some pogoing tonight"
SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT
Transcribed by Michael Sanderson, April 2003
Amended October 2003 thanks to Javier Diaz & Adam DeLoach