More proof, if any was still needed, that YouTube is the highest achievement of Western Civilization:
Here's an ultra-rare and very high quality genuine live video of the Lower East Side's finest band, The Blues Project doing their signature gospel-derived raveup "Wake Me Shake Me."
How rare is it? Well, until this showed up on YouTube, the only place you could see it was in the subterranean archive/vault of the Museum of Radio and Television in Manhattan.
Incidentally, it's a document of the short-lived version of the Project with one John-John McDuffy filling in for the then recently departed Al Kooper. It was taped for a one-off TV special on NYC's Metromedia affiliate station in the summer of '67. The host was club owner (and later manager of Rick Derringer and Johnny Winter) Steve Paul, who's Scene venue was at the time the heppest joint in town and the location of many legendary jam sessions, including the one -- and this is documented -- where a drunken Jim Morrison blew Jimi Hendrix in mid-guitar solo.