I went to Jack White's Third Man Records the other night to see the Dead Weather perform their killer new album, Sea Of Cowards, in its entirety. This
May 7, 2010

I went to Jack White's Third Man Records the other night to see the Dead Weather perform their killer new album, Sea Of Cowards, in its entirety. This song came on the PA before White and Co's blistering set, and I thought it would be perfect for tonight's post. Captain Beefheart's 1967 release, Safe As Milk, features a 20 year old Ry Cooder and is one of my all time favorite albums. Driven by a monster bass line and a tone I've been chasing for some time now, this song is sure to start your weekend right. Shake it!

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