Saturday, November 24, 2007

Just click the link, neighbors

Buddy Holly – Oh Boy

Howling Wolf – Shake It For Me

Pretty Things – Midnight to Six

Elvis Presley – I Wanna Be Free

Dusty Springfield – Son Of Preacher Man

The Shadows – Apache

Bob Dylan – Chimes Of Freedom

The Stooges – Search & Destroy

John Lennon – Instant Karma

Patti Smith – Children of The Revolution

The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years

The Rolling Stones – Rice Krispies TV Commercial

Elvis Costello and the Attractions – Radio Radio

The Who – My Generation

The Kinks – You Really Got Me

Seeds – Pushing To Hard

Cliff and the Shadows – Move It

Bob Dylan – She Belongs to me

Francoise Hardy – Traume

David Bowie – Wild Is The Wind

Velvet Underground – Venus In Furs

Mick Jagger – Memo From Turner

Johnny Cash – Hurt

The Righteous Brothers – You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling

Otis Redding – Try A Little Tenderness

Percy Sledge – When A Man Loves A Woman

Neil Young – Needle And The Damage Done

Patsy Cline – Walking After Midnight

The Doors – The End

And that's only the first day.

7 comments:

Peromyscus said...

I thought it was going to be a toss-up between Venus in Furs and Memo From Turner, but I surprised myself by going for Cliff and Move It.

It's hard to believe that a man who was a joke and worse by the time I started buying records was (doing at least a very good simulation of) being transgressive the year I was born. Go Cliff. And your beat combo! Dig the sneer.

Mick said...

So glad you posted a comment. Cliff sure was transgressive. All feedback is welcome.

joly said...

I note no Gene Vincent selection as yet.

Ihe best clip, IMHO, was pf him playing in Belgium around 1961 with some local band going completely and utterly nuts. Unfortunately it was a victim of the Viacom holocaust a year or so back.

I'm going to have a look around for it elsewhere.

Prsesumably there's no video of the Deviants in their heyday?

M. Bouffant said...

Great fookin' idea. As an antique boho myself, I'm in full agreement w/ your selections (well, I can take or leave N. Young) & only wish I had the patience to go looking for the good stuff. Glad you do. Cheers!

Mick said...

Thank you for the round of applause. Gene is coming. People keep promising Deviants footage especiall;y of Hyde Park show but somehow it never materializes. And MB, that exactly why I'm doing this.

dark haired swede called Asa said...

I had completly forgotten, why i danced to the Stones, so thanks Mick for your upload,of 2000 light years from home.

Mick said...

If you're the Asa I think you are, send me an email. (The address is on the Doc40 page.)