From 1958(!), please enjoy the incomparable Eddie Cochran and his genre-defining classic "Summertime Blues."
In real stereo. Not digitally recreated stereo, but honest to fucking god real stereo, like it would have been originally heard in the Los Angeles studio where it was recorded.
I had no idea that this existed until yesterday, when I was researching stereo versions of older rock records because of that great comp I posted about on Monday and Tuesday, and stumbled across it by accident.
In any case, and I don't see how this is even arguable at this historical juncture, but this is without question the greatest single recorded artifact of either rock or roll ever.
Unless I can find a similarly legit and cool sounding stereo mix of Eddie's "C'Mon Everybody."
Which so far I can't, but like the Count of Monte Cristo, I live in hope.