Wolfman's Brother

, comment by n00b100
n00b100 One of the most important jams ever, as the funk renaissance the band ever so slowly hinted at after Halloween '96 finally reached its first flower here, with a song that had sort of gently hugged funk without ever actually embracing it until this show. The minimalist groove they lock into at the 10 minute mark pretty much points you to the legendary fall tour, when they figured out how to explore a jam while still locking into a groove you could wiggle your ass to. And, like the best of this magical year, it doesn't sound dated even in the slightest.

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