ZAP 7890: PATTI SMITH – Superbunny

[Oh wow, quite the daring font for the title]

Set list from the only Patti Smith bootleg website I know of (which tends to disagree with the cover listings for some reason):

“Real Good Time Together”, “Set Me Free”, “Ain’t It Strange”, “Kimberly”, “Free Money” — side 1
“Redondo Beach”, “Pale Blue Eyes/Louie Louie”, “Things Just Ain’t The Same”, “Land” — side 2

Reviews:

“Sound quality is good, performance excellent.” 

“BOOTLEG OF THE WEEK!: Patti Smith-SUPERBUNNY (ZAP)

From the people who brought you the “Flamin Grovies” bootleg […] comes this one-of-many documents from the Patti Smith tour of v.-late ’75/early ’76, back when Patti was wowing both the cognoscenti and the wee folk alike with her mix of decade-old rock ‘n roll and a buncha indecipherable Frog intellectuals and literary/sexual icons who just seemed custom-made for the mid-seventies chattering class brouhaha that was so “in” amongst the VILLAGE VOICE readers and phony high school intellectuals alike. Sound in amazingly good (making me wonder if this was taken from an FM broadcast) and the performance surprisingly together with only a few vocal gloops and glares to be found. Material is pretty much the standard fare for the day (meaning if you’re only a dabbler in the Patti mystique you might wanna save your buckskins if you find this somewhere) but an added treat appears in the form of the early-set standby cover of “The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game” which sounds pretty (dare-I-say) “professional” in this company!” ]

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