Besides his somewhat incomprehensible vocal performance (not that it really matters, and he is old so he has an excuse), Lee is still a great stage presence. He moves around a lot and directs the crowd in scratching and rubbing their heads, noses, ears, eyes and tongues, in a slow motion, hokey pokey manner, among other oddities. At one point, he nearly lit his tongue with a lighter. His sampler machine on a stand was accompanied with incense candles to set the mood. Most exciting - besides hearing the offshoot brand of slow tempo reggae that he pioneered - was his T-shirt repping Indianapolis.