“Kicks,” a song by the sixties band with the stoopid name and outfits Paul Revere and the Raiders, was one of the few anti-drug songs of the drug-addled sixties music era to endure as one of the greatest rock classics of all time. (See here for its history, rock fans, including its rejection by Eric Burden and the Animals, who passed on it.)
I never get tired of hearing it and here it is complete with sixties go-go girls in go-go boots.
There was nothing stoopid about His Greatness Lou Rawls, who broke out in the sixties with cool music for adults for the ages.
The man has coolness and chops that won’t quit.
And there was this guy, who was always doing something interesting and different and fresh and cutting-edge in the sixties.
Until next time, keep on Jitterbugging.