Less than one year after the Roundhouse concert posted here, it's a totally different Man that we find in the USA for promoting their new Rhinos Winos and Lunatics album. Only Terry Williams on drums and Micky Jones (2 genius in their own domain) are still there, and back is Deke Leonard, fired 2 years before, with 2 members of his own band. Musically, this is also quite different, more rockier, less spacey. I told before that the previous Man incarnation was my fave and I won't change my mind but it's still a great band. This live testimony is not one of their best but is an interesting addition for Man's amateurs for 3 reasons. First, the drums are mixed in front (too much actually) but it's a way to verify what a thrilling drummer is Terry Williams. The second is that it's the only chance to hear Man with a sax in it since Jim Horn, well-known session man, plays with them. He's quite mixed in the back unfortunately. Last, there are some small moments where everything is really working well and takes you off the ground as we all like it so much. This set was added on the reissue of the Rhinos Winos and Lunatics LP by Esoteric Recordings. Don't be fooled by the small number of tracks, the whole is 60 min long.