When we last saw Bustle In Your Hedgerow around Chicago, they were playing a Taste Of Randolph After Show that made a true believer of some hardcore Zep heads. Of course, anyone with ears knows these guys can't be defined by the Zeppelin catalog. And anyone who knows about their careers understands that are capable of much more. But just in case you weren't paying attention, the quartet decided to branch out a bit on their next run, at the infamous Brooklyn Bowl.
First, they dropped a full album cover of Black Sabbath's Paranoid for the first set. Impressive, yes. But I still can't get over what happened next. In one of the most thrilling sequences of music I've heard this year, Mssrs. Benevento, Russo, Drewitz & Metzger tore through down a sequence of "Day Tripper" > "Don't Stop Til You Get Enough" > "In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed" > "King Solomon's Marbles" that has to be heard to be believed. Funk. Rock. Jazz. Jam. Beautiful.
Luckily, we can do just that... Enjoy.
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