16:20 gives a few good grunts
Found this to be the highlight show of the Spring '77 box. They are all close though. The band is in the same groove each of these five nights and it just seems to be the venue and crowd that are changing it up.
These CD sleeves are very nice and would have made the E72 box far, far, better without adding much in the way if extra cost. They would have easily fit in the trunk, too!
Not sure how many of you--if any--are familiar with the music of Daniel Higgs (e.g.: Lungfish, Skull Defekts), but I recently scored a copy of the limited edition LP "The Godward Way." Higgs's solo work harkens back to early music--pre-music industry music--and is probably hard on the casual music listener, but his work is just so...PROLIFIC. "The Godward Way" is a 24-minute "jam" on the long-neck banjo and mouth harp with somew chanting/singing thrown in for good measure. And, as an added bonus, the LP came with a CD copy for easy portability.
I have several of Higgs's solo records, and, if you're interested in jumping into that realm, I highly suggest starting with "Say God" of "Beyond & Between." They're less abrasive than such records as "Atomic Yggdrasil Tarot" or "Clairaudience Fellowship."