And, as promised, herewith the concluding three cuts from Godfrey Daniel's 1972 deconstruction of all that was sacred in Classic Rock.
Track 10: Buddy Miles' overexposed irritant "Them Changes," performed in the style of late 40s jump blues shouters like Roy Brown.
Track 11: "Mercy Mercy." Rendered in a manner that will, in fact, have you begging for same, i.e. re-imagined as something that might have been heard on the soundtrack to an American-International beach film.
Track 12: A reprise of "Hey Jude." For those of you playing at home, you may recall that Take a Sad Song opened with a doo-wop version of the Beatles tune; here the band bids you goodbye in the style of those two white guys who worked with Phil Spector.
Coming tomorrow -- I haven't a fricking clue, frankly; this whole series has exhausted me.