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1974 (May): Essentially performed as on "Unmitigated Audacity" from Beat the Boots Volume I, with Brock on vocals. Compared to the "Freak Out" version, these performances are a lot more aggressive and guitar oriented, with an added guitar rave-up similar to the ending from "Tryin' to Grow A Chin".
1975-76: Essentially performed as on "Tinseltown Rebellion", allowing for obvious differences in instrumentation, and with Brock's horribly oversung vocals. For some reason- the band, this particular arrangement, Brock's screeching- these are possibly the worst live performances of this tune ever. In fact, the whole three song "Freak Out" medley, consisting of "How Could I Be Such A Fool?", this, and an equally horrible "I'm Not Satisfied", are typically the scraping-the-bottom-of-the-barrel low points of each show.
1979: Played as on "Anyway the Wind Blows" from Beat the Boots Volume I. Very little variation if any.
1980; 1988: Essentially played as on "Tinseltown Rebellion", accounting for obvious differences in instrumentation.
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