YEM starts up literally on Landlady's last note (a nice
Transition, but still not what Musicians call a "segue,"
since both songs weren't being played at the same time
Mike's solo section in the standard opening is quite
groovy.. very pleasant and jazzy. Trey is extremely
active in the Pre-charge section, and both touches on The
Note are excellent.
"Boy" at 5:10. WUDMTF segment is standard, as is the
tramps segment (kinda short, though). Trey breaks out
jamming early around 8:55.. he's very excited in this
An above average jam segment without question. Trey is
soloing melodically and excitedly at ALL times.. just a
gorgeous jam segment!!
Bass and drums at 11:12 or so. Mike is reasonably active
and funky, with decent accompaniment from Fish. Final
WUDMTF segment kicks in at 11:55, and the vocal jam
immediately kicks in fifteen seconds later.. very quick
opening to the vocal jam, with everyone going at it (Fish
was off the drums completely by the beginning of the
closing WUDMTF segment.. he used to play into the
beginning, but this was phased out over the course of
1990). Trey appears to be saying something.. sounds like
"Stuck it in your pants" at one point. But "Sock puppet"
might also be in here (smirk).. Ends at 15:16. (C+ rating)