As some of you may have noticed, we slipped a new free MP3 onto the homepage a few weeks ago, a live track labelled "GOOD TIMES." The only problem is that it wasn't "GOOD TIMES" at all, but a live cut of the band playing Thelonious Monk's "Criss-Cross." Thanks to Original HFQ member Russell Farhang (who plays violin on both tracks), the error was brought to our attention and has been corrected. Our webmaster and designer extraordinaire Tom Romer said he'd wondered about the track when he first put it up, but just figured it was some crazy instrumental version of "GOOD TIMES." Tom gives the band a lot of credit. Anyhow, here it is at long last, a wild, eleven minute live version of the tune in question, recorded six years ago this month (08/03/00 to be exact) at Pete's Candy Store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The band was in a pretty free mood that night and, while its only an audience recording and you can practically hear the effect that the heat was having on the band and the wooden instruments, you may find it's worth a listen, especially given the weather! Turn down the lights, grab your favorite cool beverage and check it out.