The Roots of Punk Drinking Songs

The last time we took a look at Finnegan’s Wake ” (as mentioned in our previous short article) to Virginia O’Brien’s jaunty toe-tapper, “ Drunk ,” Jimmy Liggins’s significant military-spec floor-pounder from 1953. My preferred example, nevertheless, is “Peter and Paul,” a 1931 rarity by the Gene Kardos Orchestra that is both hotter than a Read more about The Roots of Punk Drinking Songs[…]