For decades, some fans believed that the lyrics of "Guy Forget" included:
Basking in the silence
Soaking up the violence
Will the good lord save
Or will I dance on grave?
This has proved mistaken; the only lyric of "Guy Forget" is---you guessed it---"I've never met a man that I could not forget except for Guy Forget." How do we know this?
After conferring with Dave Abrahams about "Guy Forget" (whose lyrics he authored), and after unearthing the never-circulating-until-now 5/3/93 soundcheck---thank you Eric Becker for the recording, and Jeff Goldberg of Audio Specialist for the transfer!---which you can download here and which contains the only known (and hilarious) performance of what we're calling "Will I Dance" with Tom Marshall's permission, it has been determined that "Will I Dance" and "Guy Forget" are entirely different uhm "songs."
Accordingly, the "Guy Forget" song history has been revised and amended with ZZYZX's consent, and the "Will I Dance" history created from part of the former "Guy Forget" history. The histories of these two "songs" are thus forever, albeit ridiculously, linked.
2. Phase Dance*
3. Will I Dance** >
4. Funky Bitch ->
5. Mustang Sally
6. Tuesday Afternoon Tease
7. Camel Walk
* ended with Minuano (Six Eight) teases
** ended with HYHU tease from Page
Additional Notes: Black Or White tease after Mustang Sally
Source: Page's SBD cassette master > Eric's brother Peter's SBD1 copy
Conversion (Jeff Goldberg):
Cassette > TASCAM 112RmkII w/ LA-112 balanced output > Apogee ADC (@ 24-bit, 96 kHz) > DAW: Avid Pro Tools | Ultimate
Restoration: iZotope RX Advanced
Mastering, Dithering, & File Conversion: Steinberg WaveLab Pro
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