There is nothing in this world more bitter than Spring

It was June 3, 2010, as I recall. From the 3 to 5 in the afternoon, wasn’t it? I believe we started off with a little

Jackie McLean  –  I’ll Keep Loving You, followed by

The Sadies  –  Another Day Again

The Brains –  Spaghetti Western

Mark Sultan –  I Am the End

The Better Beatles –  Paperback Writer

Blue Shadows – Coming on Strong

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists – Woke Up In Chelsea

Speak – Pure Hatred

David Byrne and Fatboy Slim – Here Lies Love

Hank III – Gettin’ Drunk and Fallin’ Down

Born Ruffians – Higher & Higher

Peggy Sue – Long Division Blues

Mohawk Lodge – Cold Hearts

Ox  –  Surrender

Battles –  TRAS2

Kiss  –  100,000 Years (just the drum solo) followed by a chat with the 68 Comeback Special’s nominee for the 68 Comeback Special’s special designation of Special Friend of the 68 Comeback Special, 2010, Ben Disaster. It was worth it. He brought his own 10″ vinyl copy of

The Dickies  –  Paranoid, and told a funny story about the Vibrators’ drummer. Totally worth it. Awww, did you miss it? You should ask yourself why.

Let’s Dance –  Outta Time

Male Bonding –  Crooked Scene

Les Trois Accords –  Le Bureau de Medecin

The Dickies –  You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)

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