So I got this DVD burner for Christmas that allows me to transfer VHS to DVD. Finally. I’ve been wanting to do this forever. I have a lot of VHS tapes taking up precious shelf space in my living room that need to go in boxes and put in the back of the shed. Dryve footage included. Here is some.
This is from a show we did in Nashville at the GMA convention. I think. What a trip it was to watch this since I haven’t seen it in about 500 years.
I remember Fold Zandora played after us and the drummer Frank Lenz asked if he could use my kit. I said it was fine and he asked, “Are you sure? I hit pretty hard dude.” I’m like, “It’s OK bro, I’m from the school of Bonham so I hit hard too.”
I wasn’t quite prepared because that guy hit RIDICULOUSLY hard. And destroyed my drum heads in the process. He made Dave Grohl look like a girl. I was like, “WHAAAAATTT?!?!?”
Didn’t care though. Heads were old anyway and they were great. I approached one of the dudes -Jerome -and told him I thought they rocked. It was years before I realized he was the same guy who now plays in Switchfoot.
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Steve does a great solo on this one. I always had him cranked in my monitor because he never played his solos the same way twice and it was fun to listen to what he would do. At 2:05 he hit the wrong chord which he never did so his brother David behind the organ is laughing at him.
A little extra white man’s funk section added to the solo on this one. Not sure it worked.
Pay no attention to the fact Paul’s guitar is painfully out of tune by this time. He makes up for it though by bringing the rock.
Pretty good version here. Always one of the best parts of the show since Steve would improvise around a theme and I would just listen and react to what he played. Never got old.