It’s time for another installment of our Vinyl Junkyard serial, where I pick some cheap vinyl record that I found lying somewhere in a bargain bin, which also sounds awesome at the same time. In this show, I picked a compilation record Live at CBGB’s – The Home Of Underground Rock, published in 1976 on the CBGB label and distributed by Atlantic. It contains somewhat of the second tier of the CBGB associated bands, Mink DeVille being the best known in the bunch. And even their songs are three tracks which never made it to their own records. There’s a large variety of musical styles covered, which proves that CBGB was not just a punk club, it was just pure unadulterated rock’n’roll. I like listening to this record and I hope you will too.
Tuff Darts – All For The Love Of Rock ‘N’ Roll;
The Shirts – Operetico;
Mink DeVille – Cadillac Moon;
The Laughing Dogs – I Need A Million;
The Shirts – Poe;
Mink DeVille – Let Me Dream If I Want To;
Tuff Darts – Head Over Heels;
Manster – Over, Under, Sideways, Down;
Manster – I’m Really Not This Way;
Sun – Romance;
Stuart’s Hammer – Everybody’s Depraved;
The Miamis – We Deliver;
Mink DeVille – Change It Comes;
The Laughing Dogs – It Feels Alright Tonight;
Tuff Darts – Slash.