The standard take on these throwbacks to the jam-happy '70s is that you
haven't really heard them 'til you've heard them live. That contention
certainly comes across on this 150-minute, two-disc document, recorded
Consisting largely of expansive workouts on material from the band's four
studio albums, it tosses in a first-rate unrecorded original ("Closing
Down The Park") and a pair of ambitious covers (John Lennon's "Imagine"
and War's "Low Rider", the latter featuring an unlikely segue into Beck's
However, Live From The Fall is unlikely to make any converts.
While the devoted will treasure it as a tour souvenir packed with
imaginative playing, anyone who has resisted them so far will probably
hear it as little more than one very long jam.