Anarchy-Not much to say here, other than it got a few laughs from the crowd.
Camel Walk-Excellent early version! Although Jeff's vocals are somewhat lacking (to be kind) the playing here is tight and even a bit experimental for the last two minutes. I've downloaded this version for future listening. Trey's early tone is crunchy and dissonant, and I love it!
Fire up the Ganja-A fun take on Fire on the Mountain by the Dead, this one stretches out for 15 minutes, with 5 or 6 of those minutes occupied by Jah Roy dropping some reggae dub on the crowd to raucous applause. Not essentially listening, but cool nonetheless.
Skippy the Wondermouse- Another excellent early take on this "McGrupp" kernel. After Trey's "narration" portion, the band launches into a fantastic jam at about the 5 minute mark that really soars! After a quick peak, there's another build up at the 7 minute mark that features some great rolls by Fish and more shredding by Trey until the core notes return around 10:30. Brilliant work all around.
In the Midnight Hour-Decent enough take on this Pickett track, although Jeff fits the cover band singer cliche very well. Nice licks from 3 minutes on in any event.
In summary, the quality of the recording really makes this show a standout for its era. Excellent early versions of Camel Walk and Skippy (McGrupp) with 3 "take it or leave it" tunes that are fun listens if you have the time to spare.