Just posted video of The Cramps live at the Mudd Club in 1981!!!

Taken from an episode of Paul Tschinkel’s Inner Tube, this footage looks and sounds fantastic! So excited to watch 30 minutes of prime Congo era Cramps! Dig the set list:

01 Don’t Eat Stuff Off The Sidewalk
02 New Kind Of Kick
03 The Green Fuz
04 Can’t Find My Mind
05 Goo Goo Muck
06 Natives Are Restless
07 TV Set
08 Sunglasess After Dark
09 Voodoo Idol
10 Human Fly
11 I Was A Teenage Werewolf
12 Beautiful Gardens

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It’s The Killer’s birthday

This 1964 Star Club performance is one of my favorite live recordings. Jerry Lee IS on fire, with a band equally aflame, as he puts his trademark stamp and stomp, on a slew of American classics.

Here’s a couple of live clips from the same year as the Star Club date.


The Killer gets totally outta control on this raucous Whole Lotta Shakin’.

and another version, coz Keith Richards is absolutely killin’ it, AND ya got Mick Fleetwood on the beat.

Jerry and Keith sharing vocal duties on Little Queenie

The Killer, his cousin, Mickey Gilley, and Carl Perkins

And more Carl, getting raunchy

And one of my favorite Country killers

Remembering Conway Twitty’s Rockabilly Roots, on his birthday

Until 1957, Conway went by his given name, Harold Jenkins, and was responsible for some blazing Rockabilly, prior to his days as a King of Country.

Best wishes to Norton Records honcho, Billy Miller

Billy has been battling Multiple Myeloma, and recently underwent a leg amputation to stave off further complications. For more info, click the link and get the story straight from Billy’s wife and partner at Norton, not to mention original Cramps drummer, Miriam Linna. The pair have been tireless champions of quality music, exposing the world to some of the wildest sounds ever recorded, and deserve endless thanks for it.

https://madmimi.com/s/485c96

http://www.nortonrecords.com/

Billy Miller and Miriam Linna of Norton Records and The A-Bones, photographed in front of their record collection at their home in Brooklyn, NY.

Billy Miller and Miriam Linna of Norton Records and The A-Bones, photographed in front of their record collection at their home in Brooklyn, NY.