Sunday Morning Cereal, America's Veins, Words To Words, Mash Moon In Hawaii, Wipe Out, Research (at Beach Resorts), Hangover, Coming Off The Moon, Only Your Nose Knows
In their official 1976 Taurus Records biography Kim says the band has well over 50 pieces of original material in their repertoire, and a tape of a 1976 Gasworks show reveals this aptly. It is the last of three sets, and a very loose one.
Paul Kersey's extended drum solos became a centrepiece of the show during this era, and on this night it was nearly ten minutes long amidst an unreleased song called Sunday Morning Cereal (the initial lyrics are "Sunday Morning Cereal is a Ford and Chevy collision crunch"). Kim says it's about "snot from the nose," and it sounds like a cross between Frank Zappa and Yes. He adds a reference to Billy Swan's "I Can Help."
Kim performs Words To Words for the first time, entitling the song "You Are" as he starts.
An early version of Hawaii from Mutiny Up My Sleeve is performed here, entitled Mash Moon In Hawaii. It has even more spoken dialogue from Kim than the 1978 versions, and ends with a bit of the Surfaris classic Wipe Out.
Research (at Beach Resorts) is not unlike the 1978 versions with the almost completely different lyrics from what ended up on A Million Vacations, but the breakdown is a bit more Black Sabbath influenced.
"For our encore, the band would like to dance for you," declares Kim. They do a conga-line shuffle to leave the stage, which would become the custom during this period. They return to play two more tunes off the debut album (with the dancing bit in between them again, and another break).
Kim Mitchell - Vocals/Guitar
Mike Tilka - Bass
Paul Kersey - Drums
Terry Watkinson - Keyboards