1970: Essentially performed as on "Tengo Na Minchia Tanta" from Beat the Boots Volume II. Personally, I find this to be one of Frank's most endearing little pop numbers, and thus, must reserve a spot in my heart for this band, the Fall '76 band, and the '84 band. They were all kind enough to perform this little sucker (and amazingly enough, I like the '84 version the best). For this tour, this song typically appears as the fifth song in the seven song "Opera".
1976-77: Essentially played as on "200 Motels", accounting for obvious differences in instrumentation. Flo and Eddie appear during the 11/19 show, reclaiming the role they made their own, and performing this tune among others. Note that this tune was not only played on 11/19, but is also a part of the normal touring repertoire.
1977-78: This appears once on this tour, on 9/29, as part of a medley consisting of "Road Ladies", "Would You Go All The Way?", this, and "Do You Like Me New Car?"
[Note from Ulli The Fish: There is no "Do you like my new car?" in this show—this is the end of "Daddy, Daddy, Daddy".]
1984: One of the highlights of this tour—we get this song, and we don't have to have Flo and Eddie. But seriously (well, I was serious), this is truly one of the more enjoyable songs of the tour. Yes, it's short, and no, there's no solo or improv, but it is such a good little treat. For the most part, it's performed as Flo and Eddie performed it (see "Tengo Na' Minchia Tanta" from Beat the Boots), except like with almost everything on this tour, performed slightly faster and more upbeat.
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