There are ultra-crispy (too crispy; el cheapo mic) FOB tapes
of this show masquerading as "SBD"s out there. If you listen you can
hear people screaming near the mics...
Great opening segment. Very upbeat!!! Kinda quick.. jam segment
starts wicked early at 4:06.
Trey goofs off for the first 30 seconds before ripping into a very
dark theme that reminds me of a section of a classic rock song that I
just can't recall the name of right now. Sounds really familiar
(around 5:10). The old HFB references "The Crunge" as being
quoted/played, but I have no idea what "The Crunge" is. This is the
only place in this version that appears to "quote" or tease something.
At 5:27 Trey breaks out soloing passionately and maliciously.
powerful, scary Tweezer. About as "tweezeresque" as they come. At
6:11 Trey begins to get melodious but catches himself and starts
ripping out some more typically hard-rock licks... Some great
double-stops around 6:35 or so, and a bit of trilling.
Well. Jam is pretty damn scary and crazy around 8 minutes as Trey
climbs ferociously up the 'doc. A mean and nasty Tweezer jam segment
if ever there was one. The accompaniment is similarly spooky..
By 9 minutes the jam begins slowing down a lot, but there was no shot
at The Note.. hmmm.. just dies out like a typical Tweezer dying out
segment. Oh well. Very spacey little segue into Horse, which starts
up at 10 minutes with Trey on ACOUSTIC!! =^] 5.5 rating for this