Harry Hood

, comment by waxbanks
waxbanks Follows some of the same contours as the Mahaffey version from three nights prior, but the false peak, switchback, aggressively martial full-band crescendo, and rocket ride to the climax are flawlessly executed -- particularly the final minute, which builds such powerful momentum that there's no time (no reason) for the final shout. There are higher peaks, I suppose, but no one sane reaches the top of a mountain after a long climb and then gets annoyed that there's a higher mountain nearby. This has the place of honour on A Live One, and deserves it.
, comment by Palmer
Palmer Live One Hood
Enough said.

Additional Note:
7 minutes into it, seemed to fluctuate and hover a unique rhythm coming from the band. Fishman really does some old school war like rhythm until coming to a head towards the conclusion of H.H. This version Finishes strong and is a classic.

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