Scott Malchus revisits the soundtrack to that seminal film celebrating America’s two favorite past times: Sex and baseball.
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The story behind one of the great rockabilly/swamp boogie tunes of all-time, Dale Hawkins’ “Susie Q.”
Al Wilson is remembered for “Show and Tell” but his first classic came years earlier
John Fogerty was responsible for some of the best rock music of the ’60s — and, as Matthew Bolin discovers in his latest column, he was also a bit of a vengeful prick.
Spring is in the air, and the baseball season is still young — which has Scott Malchus thinking about the eternal hope of the hardcore fan while listening to John Fogerty’s “Centerfield.”