the Gazette review by Juan Rodriguez:
"The Rod Stewart and Faces show at the Forum on Friday
night demonstrated that there is at least one superstar group
able to convey genuine feeling for - and enjoyment on playing
- rock 'n' roll. They move, raggedy-limbed, the way their
music told then to move.
natural reactions provided relief from what is becoming the
norm in rock shows: the posturing stars who choreograph themselves
to an image, the band that turns up the amps and methodically
pounds one into oblivion, or the tremulous harmony singers
so intent on cleanliness and "perfection" that they
seem at distance from reality...
guitarist Ron Wood had returned to the Faces from his stint
on the recent Rolling Stones tour of America, and he was in
an obviously mellow mood (Faces music don't have to live up
to the Demon)..."
training the rat [Rob and I had to
train a rat in a 'Skinner Box' for Psych class] I
met Bob and Janet [outside Laird
Hall]. They told me that Janet was going to have
a baby, and Bob was the father.
rat learned to push the bar. Harray!
90 minute recording done in my basement with Ralph, Mike,
Rob and Michelle. This is the longest recording of this era
and one of the longest to date. It is also the last of these
from this recording:
..."Rock and Roll!" from across the lake...and we
got blamed for that you know.
For these guys on the other side of the lake at Marcey...
We don't know if we got blamed for that. Nobody accused anybody
of yelling Rock and Roll
No, but they heard a lot of noise...
Yeah, and we..and they described the four guys and the one
girl, and like you know, we were
a lot of noise, especially the other night. Those guys yelling
Rock and Roll only kept it up till about 10 o'clock, we were
up till about 12...
We yelled Rock and Roll too...
We were screaming when Mike came up to us and grabbed our
Where was this?
When I came up and grabbed your legs?
What did you have? The flashlight in your mouth?
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