In 1964 a bunch of schoolmates from St. Albans, England pieced together a seemingly simple pop song whose sneaky depths would signal the coming arrival of the psychedelic wave. (photo: zombiesmusic.com)
Rock and Roll
For his first album of non-original work, Bruce Springsteen recorded a loving, joyous homage to Pete Seeger, including a wild take on one of the country’s most familiar songs.
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In 1949, the Cincinnati label King Records released two versions of this tune: a twangy country version, and a screaming jump blues number by saxophonist Bull Moose Jackson. In the process, they produced one of the skeleton keys to rock and roll.