Jam Chart for Rocky Mountain Way (1 entries)

Date City Timing Notes
1997-07-23 Atlanta, GA 2:31 -> from one of the summer's marked musical surprises, Lakewood's supercharged and super weird "You Enjoy Myself." "YEM" culminates not in the characteristic vocal jam, but rather, a dense passage of shoegazing noise. As if the band is channeling their inner-Europe, this outro finds Fish working his cymbals, and the band unexpectedly opts to jam "Rocky Mountain Way," last played in 1991. After laughing their way through a couple verses, a snappy, bluesy (albeit brief) jam emerges, before being ripped by -> into a rocking "CDT."
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