Thoughts On The Dead

Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

American, Band

If you do not favor whatever’s going on in the Fillmore, then perhaps try this: 9/30/72 from American University in DC. Fall of ’72 had no bad shows, nor did it have any polarizing shows like Fall of ’73. (Some people like the horns shows.) Just straight, yummy scrumptiousness.


The mix starts off wobbly, but rights itself within a song or two. A ’72 He’s Gone (which is the best kind of He’s Gone) and a sweet and ragged Brokedown are the highlights. Sammy Hagar does not appear, and whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing is up to you.

1 Comment

  1. Nightmare averted

    Now back to dreaming about eating moon pies with Jerry in the Santa Fe parking lot and wondering why no one sells pairs of rainbow colored Gila monster skin boots since they bothered to make Gila-burritos (hold the cheese please).

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