This often recorded song went to number one on the Billboard charts in 1966 after being recorded by an English band whose name was shortened version of a prehistoric caveman. It is also the only single to simultaneously reach number one for two record labels.
Recorded live at a watershed festival in 1967, this song helped introduce America to a wild guitarist who finished his set by setting his axe on fire. It was quite the thing.
The 5 O’Clock Shadow is presented by Flying Dog Brewery.