More proof, if any was needed, that the best rock-and-roll is made at two in the morning by people playing at a dive bar -- in this case, the old Other End on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village -- in front of a bunch of drunken louts.
More specifically -- The Floor Models covering "19th Nervous Breakdown." Shall we say enthusiastically.
Recorded with a boom box in front of the stage; the singer's girlfriend can be heard arguing about the check.
As you can see (and hear, at the end, if you click the link) I was doing my Bill Wyman impression at the time.
We had a more or less two year weekend residency at the aforementioned Other End, and if memory serves I believe I have mentioned on previous occasions that I look back now on the experience as the most fun I've ever had with my clothes on.