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Live At The Earl by Black To Comm

Black To Comm

Live At The Earl
Chunklet

I had a gigantic four-day blowout for my 50th birthday a couple years ago. Apropos of nothing, I contacted Wayne Kramer to see if he’d come and perform again with the Atlanta backing band from a couple years prior. Wayne responded almost immediately saying that he was beyond flattered that I asked, but that he’d be celebrating his own 50th anniversary of “Kick Out The Jams” around the world. So without giving it a second thought, I asked the guys (Adam, Shannon and Adam, or as I call them The Three Adams) if they’d play some MC5 songs and let me sing. You know, let the birthday boy have some. Without a second hesitation, they all said yes. “Twist my arm,” said Adam McIntyre. My goal was to just hear “Black To Comm” live. Just to hear the riff on repeat and smoke a joint in the front row while it just goes on a loop. I should also add we got Van Bassman from the Buzzards of Fuzz to join us on second guitar filling the roll of Fred Smith. We opened with “Ramblin Rose” with McIntyre singing. Then, me with my absolutely hoarse voice from three days of partying at my 50th birthday behind me, we went into “Kick Out The Jams.” Then we did the rather obscure MC5 song “Gold” which they wrote for a movie towards the end of their career. I played toy piano. Then we did “Rocket Reducer (Rama Lama Fa Fa)” which was...

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