May 12, 2017
- Nils Lofgren “Bullets Fever” A&M Records single, 1978
- The Clash “Clampdown” London Calling (CBS/Epic Records), December 1979 UK, January 1980 US
- The Clash “Groovy Times” Epic single, 1979
- Big Audio Dynamite “V. Thirteen” No. 10, Upping Street (Columbia) 1986
- Ellen Foley “The Shuttered Palace” Spirit of St. Louis (Cleveland International/Epic) 1981
- The Clash “The Guns of Brixton” London Calling (CBS/Epic Records), December 1979 UK, January 1980 US
- The Clash “I’m Not Down” London Calling (CBS/Epic Records), December 1979 UK, January 1980 US
- Jeff Rosenstock “Festival Song” WORRY (Side One Dummy) 2016
- John Cougar Mellencamp “Pink Houses” Uh-Huh (Riva) 1983
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Here’s that Clash 7″ that came with the first U.S. editions of their debut album. (See this for more on that). Learn more about “Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg” right here.
Jim went deep on “Bullets Fever” (Go Wiz!). Read all about it here.
In case missed it, you can listen to the whole, unedited interview with Dave from Marah here. Or here. Or even here.
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