Lover's Vengeance

Lover's Vengeance was my last band. It was a spin-off of Brass Monkey w/o bassist Greg Farson. Brass Monkey was a spin-off of Later when we lost lead guitarist Wayne Addleman. In the tradition of the previous groups, we specialized in jazz-influenced rock. We played six gigs between November 4, 1972 (Lambda Chi Alpha triad) and March 2, 1973 (Elk's Club ROTC formal). Chris Taylor and I dreamed up the name, which represented the way in which we sublimated our frustrations from failed relationships into our music.

Members

Set List

All songs are in RealMedia format, optimized for 56K streaming.
  • Saturday In the Park (Chicago)
  • Beginnings (Chicago)
  • Bitch (Rolling Stones)
  • Traditional Order New York Rock & Roll Ensemble w/ my fav keyboard solo)
  • Medicated Goo (Dreams adaptation of Winwood with goofy ending by Chris Taylor)
  • Brown Sugar (Stones)
  • Locomotive Breath (Jethro Tull)
  • Sympathy for the Devil (Stones)
  • Git It All (Mandrill)
  • Proud Mary (our lead singer was a CCR freak; surprise jazz riff in middle)
  • Mandrill (Mandrill)
  • Hunky Funky (American Breed)
  • Color My World (Chicago)
  • Evil Ways (Santana)
  • Fire and Rain (Blood, Sweat, & Tears version of James Taylor song)
  • I'm a Man (Chicago version of Winwood song)
  • Kiddie Boy (Todd Rundgren)

  • Back to DrJ's Audio Album