John Denver - 1994/01/29 - Wheeler Opera House, Aspen, CO

01. Spirit
02. I'd Rather Be a Cowboy
03. I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado
04. Baby, You Look Good to Me Tonight
05. Me and My Uncle
06. Whispering Jesse
07. Take Me Home, Country Roads
08. Back Home Again
09. Wild Montana Skies
10. Flying for Me
11. Eagles and Horses
12. *Kipahulu High
13. *18 Holes
14. Shanghai Breezes
15. My Sweet Lady
16. For You
17. Is It Love?
18. The Ballad of Gary Hart
19. Annie's Song
20. Calypso
21. The Wings That Fly Us Home
22. Poems, Prayers and Promises
23. Rocky Mountain High
24. The Harder They Fall
25. Johnny B. Goode

Band: John Denver - acoustic guitar, vocals; James Burton - electric guitar, dobro; Glen D. Hardin - piano; Jerry Scheff - electric bass, harmony vocals on "Back Home Again"; Michito Sanchez - drums, percussion.

Source: Audience recording.

Notes: This Tipsy Taxi benefit concert from 1994 is the very last John Denver concert with his "Elvis-core band": James Burton on lead guitar, Glen D. Hardin on piano and Jerry Scheff on bass. James and Glen left John's band after this concert and were replaced by multi-instrumentalist Pete Huttlinger and pianist Chris Nole. Jerry remained in John's band for another European tour in March, and was then replaced by bassist Alan Deremo. Pete, Chris and Alan remained in the band until John's death in 1997. It is also believed that both "Kipahulu High" and "Is It Love?" were premiered at this concert.