From: Charlie Dirksen 

10/15/86 Hunt's, Burlington, VT

This appears to be Paul's first show (some tapes
label this as 4/20/87, which Shelly thinks is
probably wrong).  The Harry leaps instantly out of
Have Mercy, but doesn't segue, unfortunately.  BTW,
the opening drums that Fish plays to start Harry off
are different in these old versions than they are
today (same idea, though.. no big deal! ;).  The
opening segment sounds a hell of a lot more refined
than The First Harry, but is certainly not as perky
and confident as the versions of today (for obvious
reasons). The "Thank you Mr. Minor" lines crack me up
in this version, though, because they are a far cry
from the evil lines they've been recently.  The jam
segment comes in around 5:23 or so, and contains
heavy jamming from everyone right off the bat (not
the usual Trey-led approach).  The beat kind of picks
up a bit after a min or so, as well, which is
unusual.  There is a build in here, but nothing even
close to the builds of the 90s... too rushed and
quick, with fiery licks spat out, almost, from Trey
(and everyone, really).  Very fast jam segment.. Fish
definitely picks up the beat dramatically. By 7:30
they are really wailing away -- all of them.  I'll be
surprised if this version makes it much past the 10
min point at this rate.  Trey's jamming is really
impressive, though...  It is not at all complex, as
he'd be the first to admit (he probably laughs at
this stuff, now!), but it is obviously soul-driven.
The Feel Good about Hood lines come in around 8:30,
after the jam lost a bit of steam (not a good
climax).  Ends at 9 minutes.