|01. Half As Much Love||4:23||4125K|
|02. Bayou Sky|
A studio version of the song fairly similar to the live one on Funhouse
|03. Thread Of Life|
This is the version that was included on Rare Cuts, Volume 1 - go buy Rare Cuts!
|04. Cowboy Song|
Zanzibar! This is the version that was included on Rare Cuts, Volume 1 - go buy Rare Cuts!
|05. Whats Inside|
A studio version with some cool keyboard additions and a little extra jam near the end.
|06. Heavy Don't Stop||5:01||4707K|
|07. Love Will Flow||5:08||4818K|
|08. High Cold India|
John Skinner called this song "Enough Love" so maybe that was an earlier title
for the song. The band did perform this one live as a 5-piece and called it
High Cold India then.
This is what I call the 'mellow' studio version.
|09. Thats Not The Way Love Goes||3:36||3387K|
|10. Mighty Big Love||5:20||5016K|
|11. Taste The Wine||3:43||3488K|
|13. Willin' To Learn|
This version had a second chopped off the beginning.
They found a better version and put it on Volume 2.
|01. Banks Of Divine|
An early studio version of this song.
|02. Bayou Sky|
Another studio version slightly different than the previous one.
|03. Bleaker Street|
Early studio version with some cool keyboads.
|04. East Texas Rhythm|
Early studio version - Besides being slightly faster than the Traveler's Companion version,
it sounds almost identical - until you get to the end and Bryan rocks out on the guitar.
|05. Fall Down||4:03||3799K|
|06. High Cold India|
Another studio version - this one rocks out more than the previous one.
|07. I Stand Amazed (Live)||5:07||4807K|
|08. Love Will Flow|
Another studio version of this song. They notched up the tempo a bit and it sounds
like it has slightly more studio finish on it.
|09. Old Song|
My absolute favorite song from the Vaults - this song kicks ass in concert but for this
studio version, they brought in a vicious, growling Hammond and some
cool studio effects and made it even better.
The "heavily produced" version - personally, I prefer the other version thats farther down the page.
|11. Sweet Confection|
For some reason, the version that John Skinner provided me with
was much better quality than this one - get it down below.
|12. Sweet Spot||4:29||4218K|
|13. The Spirit Does Bond|
The most mellow, un-Bonepony song you've ever heard.
Personally, I didn't want to hear it a second time!
|14. Willin' To Learn||4:04||3821K|
|Eyes Wide Open|
Early demo version.
Along with The Spirit Does Bond, one of the only Bonepony creations that I don't care for.
|Old Song (Live)||4:37||4336K|
|On Your Knees|
Early studio version - similar to the Traveler's version until the extra jam at the end.
I later found out that that's how the 5-piece used to perform the song live.
They performed the song that way with Nick in Nashville for the Funhouse
recording but decided not to put it on that CD.
This is the version that I love. One of my favorite Bonepony songs.
Scott has said that it's one of his favorites too.
Hopefully someday it will leave the vault and be recorded and performed again.
A typically good Bonepony groove with some of the most depressing lyrics you've ever heard.
Early studio version.
A hard rockin' studio version.
|Tramp On Liddy|
Tramp calls in to the G Gordon Liddy show to school him on musical instruments.
This was either in 1999 or 2000.
I thought that this was supposed to be put on Rare Cuts -
maybe there were too many legal hoops to jump through.
|A Better Way|
The song title is just a guess. This was dug up along with the jams below.
This one doesn't even have lyrics - Scott just scats along with the beat.
I love the drum work on this one.
Some actual lyrics for this one - but most of them seem to be made up as they go along.
More seemingly made up lyrics.