“Summertime Rolls” – Jane’s Addiction

One of the best concerts I ever saw was Jane’s Addiction in the fall of 1990 on their tour supporting “Ritual de lo Habitual.” The highlight of that concert (for me, at least) was their extended version of “Summertime Rolls” from their album “Nothing’s Shocking,” which seemed to last over 10 minutes. Because I had a free ticket and the typical dick-ish rock critic’s snobbery, I went in with a cynical attitude expecting the worst, but came out converted to the church of Perry Ferrell.

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