1975-76: Essentially performed as on "Zoot Allures", though minus the guitar as Frank is doing the singing and thus cannot play the guitar. These performances are not as lethargic as the album version, but nowhere near the upbeat numbers that the '88 band frequently performed. Brock's occasional backing horn parts do add a nice flavor to the tune, though.
1976 Oct-Nov: Essentially performed as on "Zoot Allures", allowing for obvious differences in instrumentation. After the wonderful reworking of this tune for the '88 tour, all other versions of this song are simply way too lethargic and laid back for my taste. This tour's version (which is actually the only other version, right?) makes me want to run to my CD player and pop on "The Best Band", just to hear that wonderfully bouncy and energetic "Find Her Finer" that the '88 band saw fit to resurrect. [Having given this tune a second listen, it is not that bad. A little sparser than the "Zoot Allures" version, taken at a very casual pace, it definitely does not compare to the '88 version, but better than the overproduced studio version.]
1977 Sep-Dec: A New Year's treat (sort of), essentially performed as on "Zoot Allures", allowing for obvious differences in instrumentation. Not quite as tedious as the album version, but a far cry from the upbeat number that the '88 band frequently performed.
1988: Essentially performed as on TBBYNHIYL. Just a word of praise here for this under-appreciated Frank song. Yes, the "Zoot Allures" version sucks (which is probably why Frank long neglected the tune), but thankfully this band had the chance to resurrect the tune and treat us to this bouncy, feel-good gem.