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Graduates: S/T

Teen/Frat-Rock lp from the south that is at least semi-known. Lots of pretty unmemorable stuff on here, like the usual ill-chosen Beatles covers, etc… but a couple tracks are full-on rad. There’s a great cover of Sly’s “Thank You” with wah-guitar, cheesy organ, and squeaky-clean harmonies. Also a killer fuzzed-out version of “Comin’ Home Baby” (they even “give the drummer some” toward the end). Some more soul influenced material like this and it could be beyond great, but as is it’s a spotty listen at best.

2 Comments

  • Hawthorne Wingo

    They do a laughable Badfinger cover too.

  • This Version of “Comin’ Home Baby” is awesome. It may even be the best I’ve heard, though the Skatalites version (they called it “Christine Keeler” is hard to beat.

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