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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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