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Tape Decks and Cassettes

Elvis Presley - Can’t Help Falling in Love

This is some cheesy ass shit and I love it.

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(Source: Spotify)

Bombino - Azamane Tiliade

Man this guy. This kinda stuff is what keeps rock and roll alive. Look him up.

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R.I.P. Lou Reed

At least Lou and Nico are jamming together again.

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Lou Reed - Goodnight Ladies

Rock and roll has lost a legend.

Goodnight Lou Reed.

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The Computers - Single Beds

I can’t get enough of this song.

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(Source: Spotify)

Patti Smith - Pale Blue Eyes/Louie Louie

I..uh…wow…

This recording of Patti Smith covering one of my favourite songs of all time (Pale Blue Eyes by The Velvet Underground) while playing live at The Cellar Door in Washington in 1976 is breathtaking.

And then it cuts into Louie Louie, which is a very very nice touch.

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Wilson Pickett - Mustang Sally

Soul at it’s best.

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Sam & Dave - Soul Man

I can finally play this amazing song on the guitar, although not this fast…

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Little Richard - Long Tall Sally

The video quality isn’t too great and the audio isn’t either, but it’s a totally great track of the Architect of Rock and Roll preforming one of his best songs. Enjoy the sweet tunes of early rock and roll.

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The Penguins - Earth Angel

This is by far my favourite doo wop song, here’s a video of the Penguins doing one of their best songs live.

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The Animals - Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood

Heres the Animals playing Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1965. This is one of my favourite Animals songs and this is a great classic rock tune.

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John Lennon - New York City

So today i’ve decided that after university im going to move with one of my friends to New York City. And in order to commemorate this even in my life and to celebrate one of the greatest musicians who ever lived, heres a live version of New York City at Madison Square Garden in 1972 when John Lennon and Yoko Ono played with the local band Elephant’s Memory. If any of you forgot the song came out on his album Some Time in New York City.

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The Beatles -Hey Jude

Just felt like putting some feel good music on. 40 years on and the biggest hipsters ever to walk this earth still aren’t dead. 

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