From 1982, it's Greenwich Village's finest, The Floor Models, and the opening four songs -- three originals and their blistering cover of The Records' "Hearts in Her Eyes" -- from an evening's performance at JPs, a low dive on Manhattan's Upper East Side (now defunct). Some guy whose name rhymes with Sleeve Nimels is on bass and sings lead on the third song.
Is it a coincidence that this video suddenly appeared on YouTube in the exact same week that The Rolling Stones' 1973 Ladies and Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones finally showed up on DVD?
I think not!!!