There is a theme....A game plan. There is a beginning, a middle and an end. There is an order to who's solo is next and all that. Not all bands are good at jamming. You have to let loose. All the participants have to be like minded. The dynamics are an intrical part. They all have to be listening to each other. The frenzies have to be built up to in a very now/live sort of way.
I know that even today, our band does jam tunes and the lengths vary. We know what's going to happen where, but it's not exact. That would ruin the moment!
I saw Love several times back then and Revelation was a bit different every time. Sometimes it was the ultra stoney version with Arthur sitting on the floor like at the Valley Music Theater in Woodland hills, CA. Another time it was totally coherent like at the Hullabaloo when we opened for them.
This was all before the Alone Again Or phase...
: Recently I was online with LOVE drummer
: Michael Ware expressing my appreciations for
: "Revelation" from their "Da
: Capo" disc and he told me some fans
: adored the seventeen minute long psych rock
: epic onstage while others felt it usurped
: too much concert space.Personally,I think
: this one should only be done in accordance
: with the dynamics of the studio
: version,including what I feel to be its
: necessary length.Can you recall watching
: LOVE's live delivery of this one?
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