Treasure Island Music Festival
Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013
Maybe it has something to do with Scientology, but Beck doesn't age like normal humans. He looked a little tired for a moment, to be sure, taking a breath after the set-opening "Devil's Haircut" -- on which the bass was far too loud and everything else was muddy and we had a sinking feeling about what the rest of the hour would bring -- but 15 minutes later, ripping a harmonica solo on "One Foot in the Grave," he had found his swagger. "I'm gonna try to keep you guys warm," he said, tossing his scarf over one shoulder of his red suit jacket, before sliding into a delightfully sneering version of "Tainted Love," backed by lean and effective guitar, bass, drums and keys.
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