Wolfman's Brother

, comment by Laudanum
Laudanum This is, to my ears, easily the Wolfman's of the summer, and I'm not sure why more people aren't talking about it. While things start out funky, Trey adds some droning loops around the 8:15 mark, and the jam takes on a darker tone. The peak is sublimated by psychedelia, and a brief flirtation with type II leads into Blaze On. If we get a monster version in the near future, this is the progenitor.

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