Donna Summer climaxes are so orgasmic that, duh, you want to sustain them into forever. I myself tried and failed to juggle her screeches from two different sources of "I Will Go With You (Con Te Partiro)" for a mix tape. Love Child/Run-On graduate Licht, however, creates a perhaps unwitting metaphor for what eternity might sound like on "The Old Victrola," one of two half-hour-plus live tracks from Plays Well. Licht plays well quite literally at the beginning a recording of Captain Beefheart's "Well," to be exact, along with some motorik guitar. But at 4:23 in, Licht loops the "up" from the climactic line "Let it fill you up" in Summer's "Dim All the Lights" and delays the burst into the chorus until 16:01. It reads annoying, and possibly elitist, but I cheer along with the exhilarated audience every time I hear that final release. For all his avant-garde credentials, this man knows where disco heaven is and he takes you there. From there, the song ends and then repeats, but gets forgotten in feedback and Licht's (I believe) rendition of "Well" draped in organ chords. The other track, "Remington Khan," is a shuddering guitar étude.