From: Charles Ulrich <email@example.com>
This track was recorded at the late show in Vancouver, British
Columbia, on December 18, 1984 (not November as stated in the
booklet). It is another solo from "Let's Move To Cleveland", played
on the custom Strat, over a one-chord loop.
Canada Customs is well-known for hassling foreign musicians.
FZ commented on this as early as 1969 ("...the way they hassled us
coming through customs to get into your ridiculous country, they
would have grabbed that film and smoked it before you ever got a
chance to see it") and improvised a whole routine about it with
Napoleon Murphy Brock and André Lewis in 1975 ("You Americans will
just have to learn that whenever you cross the border into somebody
else's country, you have to be humble. And part of the process of
making you humble is taking your pants off and showing your bunghole
to one of the inspectors here").
From: "Román" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Is this related in any way with "The Air"? What film does he refer to?