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A classic power-trio configuration. Some material is live, some studio. Crank it up and enjoy!
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Peak position #34
Breakneck pace, full-speed-ahead rock.
Catchy, edgy tune with some surprising changes.
Kind of rollicking, jazzy feel, with a nice middle break. Many people's favourite.
Peak position #36
An ambitious piece, with pointed lyrics, major changes, and fairly difficult instrumentation. Our "epic" piece at the time.
The classic Black Sabbath tune. Jimmy Condoluci played guitar, and Jim Mato was on bass, (a switch.)
OK, bear with me; this is one of those old, slightly primitive rehearsal recordings (2 mics into a cassette deck... a few years or so after Edison.) The sound quality sure ain't polished, but the performances are. (--Song Info...)
A high-energy instrumental. The 'intro' is almost two minutes long, then the real fun begins. From a 1993 rehearsal; acoustic & electronic drumkit.
Peak position #60
A LIVE version, with the "exotic" intro and an extended middle guitar part, where Mr. Mato pays tribute to Mr. Townshend.
One that harkens back to the early days, though this version is a much more recent performance. The bass player on this is Ben Sandoval.
Peak position #53
Another one that harkens back to the early days, though this version is a much more recent performance. The bass player on this is Ben Sandoval, and there's some sloppiness from me.
Peak in sub-genre #24
Like so much else, taken from Revelation. Like not much else, played as if we're in it.
Peak in sub-genre #20
A thinking-person's consideration of their position in history.
The first and ONLY time we did this, (yes, I winged it.) A live, direct-to-two-track recording. Guitar, drums & vocal only.
The title/question (and quote) are from a famous historical figure, questioning an even more famous Person. It is what he might have thought that Sunday morning when everything changed. Unbelievably, miraculously, perfectly.