Yesterday marked the first day of the 2013 Solid Sound Festival, founded and curated by the world's most beloved dad rockers, Wilco. The band marked the occasion by offering fans the chance to request covers for them to play as part of a special all-request set Friday night. And boy did they deliver, crafting an epic 27-song live mix tape that would put most NYC dive bars to shame.

There were songs Wilco has sprinkled into setlists into the past (like The Band's "The Weight" and Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear The Reaper"), there were covers they were born to play (after all, "Handshake Drugs" is nothing if not a spawn of Television's "Marquee Moon"), and there were the left-of-field surprises that delighted the crowd—like Daft Punk's "Get Lucky", which they killed, and which you can hear above. They even played two version of The Beatles' "And Your Bird Can Sing"!

The night opened with Thin Lizzy's two-guitar stomper "The Boys Are Back In Town" and immediately swivelled into Pavement's classic "Cut Your Hair." The Kinks' beautiful "Waterloo Sunset" butted heads with ABBA's joyous "Waterloo." They had Yo La Tengo join in on "Tom Courtenay" and set closing "Road Runner," and they had Tommy Stinson come aboard for a perfect version of The Replacements' classic "Color Me Obsessed," which you can watch below.

Wilco play another set tonight (which will likely be a more classic, normal Wilco show)—but keep an eye out on NYCTaper over the next week, since he reportedly got a recording of the all-covers show.

Wilco Setlist MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA, USA 2013

Update: Here are a few more videos from the incredible show, including "Cut Your Hair" and a snippet of "Marquee Moon":

More and more of the videos keep getting put online, and it proves once again that Jeff Tweedy cannot sing out of tune. Below, watch them kill Kinks classic "Waterloo Sunset," Velvet Underground's "Who Loves The Sun," Grateful Dead's "Ripple," Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist Of Fate," a hushed take of Elvis Costello/Nick Lowe's "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding", and The Modern Lovers' "Road Runner."

Update: As promised, you can now download the entire amazing set, courtesy of the one and only NYCTaper.