1:00am, the Days of Wild began with a long funky instrumental that offered
grooves & melodies reminiscient of the Prince songs "Gett Off"
and "America"....this gave way to a vocal performance by a guest
female vocalist doing a song called "Tell Me How You Want It" (or
something like that). The funk got a lot deeper with the Sly Stone feel of
"Thank You Falletime Be Mice Elf Agin", featuring Stephane on the
lead vocals and The Kid on seriously poppin' bassisms!!! "1 + 1 + 1 =
3" was great with the energized performance of Jonathan Fritz on funky
rhythm guitarisms....Jonathan was standing on one of the dining tables as he
played his guitar solo! The Kid's basswork and the beat of the funky drummer
Guyalicious was the highlight of the song "America", along with
backing vocal performance by two female vocalists! "3121" started out
with the jazzy horn riffing of Chuck (on sax) and Sandro (on trombone) and went
into heavy-rock guitar madness, courtesy of Jimi and Jonathan! Next was some
JB's groovin'......."Get on the Good Foot" bass riff followed by
"Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Nothin'"....Jonathan gave up the funk with
foot-stompin' scratch guitaring and Tak was the Godzilla of the bass....strong,
stankin', odorious, sweaty, "where's your Right Guard at?" bass licks,
baba!! "Hot Pants" was the last JB song in the set....and it was (of
course) HOT!! "Musicology" was great because of the funkier
arrangement during the chorus from the bass (The Kid) and guitar (Jonathan).
"Sing a Simple Song" was another funky Sly tune with Stephane and
Chuck swapping lead vocals, and guest Dr. Brookenstein assisting on backing
vocals....a music fan was invited to the stage to do one of the verses. More
and more fans were invited onstage to celebrate the funky spirit of Prince on "D.M.S.R.
(Dance, Music, Sex, Romance)"! "Kiss" was followed by the
show-stoppin' "The Everlasting Now", which included Sandro blowing
siren sounds from his trombone (now, THAT'S NEW)! "Superstition"
featured Scott on lead vocals and funky rhythm guitar. "Sexy M.F."
was followed by the funky bass slappin' finale of "Thank You for Talking
to Me, Africa" which concluded the show at 3:30am.
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