This is a pretty decent weird 60s psychedelic album. It’s more focused than Da Capo. It doesn’t rock much. The best moments are the weirdest ones generally. I bought it about 14 years ago. Listened to it a good bit at the time. Then I basically stopped. Not sure how much I’ve been missing it.
This is the 5 piece lineup after Duane’s death. It’s an okay show, but it doesn’t wow me.
Sound isn’t perfect, but it’s all good enough. Nice long show. Has all the favorites. 2nd disc sort of all flows together.
It’s actually better than I initially gave it credit for. It’s not as fun as earlier albums, but it has its moments. It’s a good morning/evening drive album.
This is where they start getting weird. Lots of harpsichord on this one. “Revelation” is ahead of its time and a bit of a mess, but still rather fun.
Mellower than the title and cover would suggest. I enjoyed it. Didn’t love anything on it a whole lot, but it was all rather pleasant for me.
This is a fun 1 hour recording. “Whipping Post” is solid on here. Doesn’t stand out from what’s already there.