Bruce covered the song 2 times:
The second (and final) performance of Dr. Zoom & The Sonic Boom
at the first annual "Ernie the Chickin' Festival", an excuse for an all-day, outdoor party extravaganza featuring several local bands including Sunny Jim and Odin. The show opens with the Bob Dylan penned "It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
", sometimes incorrectly labelled "Group Therapy". Steven Van Zandt can be heard jokingly warning the campus ambulances (who were parked nearby) to get ready as Bruce opens the show with some screeching guitar! It was long thought that this statement was made by Kevin "Bird" Connair but Albee Tellone has confirmed that Connair was not at this show. "Last Night In Texas
" is a rewrite of Sonny Boy Williamson II's "One Way Out
"; "Zoom Theme" is a rewrite of Irving Berlin's "Alexander's Ragtime Band
". "Lady Of Boston" includes an interpolated section of The Rolling Stones' "One More Try
Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame all-star jam. Bruce shares lead vocals on "Long Tall Sally
" with John Fogerty, and plays guitar and sings backing vocals on the rest of the songs. Inducted into the Hall Of Fame are Hank Ballard, Bobby Darin, The Four Seasons, Four Tops, The Kinks, The Platters, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Who.
Pro-shot video available. Audio of "Substitute", "Won't Get Fooled Again", "Pinball Wizard", and "Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite" was officially released in 2011 on the compilation album Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, Vol. 1: 1986-1991 (Live), and video of "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)", Substitute", "Won't Get Fooled Again", and "Pinball Wizard" is available on the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Live DVD.