I posted this a couple of years ago in the context of something else, but having just listened to it for the first time in a while and being totally blown away, I suspect you won't begrudge me posting it again.
From 1973, please enjoy Easybeats auteurs Harry Vanda and George Young -- doing business as the Marcus Hook Roll Band -- and perhaps the greatest rock record almost nobody has ever heard.
The incomparable "Natural Man."
Seriously -- if a hookier, funnier, and more kick ass couple of minutes have ever been committed to magnetic tape, I for one have never encountered them.
And if you're wondering why this wasn't a hit, perhaps the mispelling of Vanda might indicate just how big a priority this was to the braniacs at Capitol Records at the time.