Ya know, I downloaded this like two days ago, but then I forgot to actually listen to it until just a few minutes ago. It's pretty good; nothing special as far as improv or alterations from the original (like I'm one to talk ), but as far as song choices go it couldn't have been much better --- Walk Away is among the more underrated songs on Against The Grain, I think. My band (back when there were more than one of us~) always wanted to cover Modern Man or Anaesthesia (we did an acoustic cover of the latter, actually, but it was kinda "meh").
I like Walk Away for a couple of reasons; one, it has a weird time-signature shift from the verse to the chorus; second, being the last song on the album, it has kind of an epic feel.
But enough gushing. Point is,
For all the things that I never did
For all the places I never was
For all the people I never stopped
But there was nothing I could do..."