From the Albany Times Union:
The fact is that the concert was as much a ’60s art happening as it was a rock concert. Drummer and co-founding member Werner “Zappi” Diermaier spent some time banging away on a slab of sheet metal. Newer band recruits James Johnston (of Gallon Drunk and Nick Cave’s Bad Seeds) and his wife Geraldine Swayne switched off of guitar and keyboards, although Swayne was also Peron’s key foil on vocals. There were long interludes of sonic chaos and spoken word between such songs as “Miss Fortune” and “Jennifer,” the latter of which began with a touch of hippie flower power and turned dark as Diermaier took an electric sander to his sheet metal, sending sparks flying across the stage and nearly into the crowd.
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