This video is shot live from one of Leo's early tours in Europe back in the 80's. Now the songs June Bug and Part Two is found on a couple of Leo Kottke's albums.
The first album that have June bug is called Mudlark and it's from 1971. The song is on side 1 and track 3 on the cassette tape and the lenght is 2:15. The following year 1972 the song June Bug is also found on Leo's album My Feet Are Smiling. Now the song is on side 2 of the tape and track 2. Also the song is a bit shorter only 2:06 long. Then we jump all the way to 2003 when Leo Kottke released his album Leo Kottke Instrumentals The Best of The Capitol Years. The song June Bug is now on track 1 and Leo Kottke is now also playing June Bug with backup drums.
Part Two on the other hand is a "new" song, I say that because it turns up on Leo Kottke's album called Guitar Music from 1981. The song Part Two is on side 1 and track 1 on the cassette tape. Part Two is a pretty short song only 1:41. The album Guitar Music is an all solo guitar album played by Leo Kottke on a Gibson J-45 acoustic guitar and a Lundberg-Martin 12-string acoustic guitar. Then 10 years later Part Two is found on Leo Kottke's album Essential from 1991. The song is a bit longer now, 1:44 but other than that the song is the same.
Well that's about it, I like the song June Bug because it's a pretty fast song. And the version with the drums from Leo Kottke Instrumentals The Best of The Capitol Years album really nails it. The drums and the slide guitar really works well together.