This was Bon Scott's (AC-DC) first recorded group / This song was written by Arthur Alexander and first recorded by Steve Alaimo in 1962, but Alexander did not record his own version until 1975. / Click on the Link above, to view the single.
In 1990, she co-founded the Simple Machines record label; she ran it with Kristin Thomson from 1990 to 1998 out of their house in Arlington, Virginia. Along with TeenBeat Records and Dischord Records, Simple Machines helped document the D.C. punk and indie rock scenes.
... It became an anthem in England in 1976 as the Notting Hill Carnival erupted into a riot. Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon of the Clash were involved in the rioting, which inspired them to cover the song on their first album, in the spring of 1977. / The LP this is on is part of what is referred to as Lee "Scratch" Perry's "Holy Trinity" of albums produced at his Black Art studios. / Click on the Link above, to view the original Jamaican single
This LP is part of what is referred to as Lee "Scratch" Perry's "Holy Trinity" of albums produced at his Black Art studios, along with The Heptones' "Party Time", and Junior Murvin's "Police And Thieves".