The Beatles covering Roy Orbison, with Paul doing a kick ass job on vocals. This is from the Beatles first BBC broadcast in 1962, before they were signed, and features Pete Best on drums.
The Rat’s Revenge by the Rats. Primitive garage awesomeness from Akron, OH in 1965.
One of the greatest and most legendary singers and songwriters in American music of the last century, George Jones, died today at age 81.
Antler Joe and the Accidents-Dogshit. Extremely rare Florida punk from the early 80s, only 300 copies pressed.
Now that’s a great deal!
Great advice. Recorded in 1953 by the Blenders at the session for their single Don’t Play Around With Love, this alternate version was of course unreleased at the time, and wasn’t released until years later.
Larry Collins of the Collins Kids presents The Lead Guitarists Guide to Completely Upstaging the Cute Girl Singer.
Richard Thompson-Shoot Out the Lights. This is somewhat different from what I usually post. Thompson is a brilliant, yet underappreciated songwriter and one of the most original and unique guitarists on the planet.
Ike Turner-The Groove. Ike Turner may well have been a bastard, but he was also a fantastic bandleader and guitar player.