BURK, DANNY & THE INVADERS- Ain't Going Nowhere 7"

$ 6.50

“For a rock and roll song, I hold Danny Burk and the Invaders’ ‘A'int Going Nowhere’ in pretty high esteem. It’s a Memphis record from ’66 or so but the vocal is super snotty and punk and the riff is so hypnotic that it almost resembles something from the first Suicide LP. It’s a sound and an idea that really inspires me to make something equally powerful." - Greg Cartwright (Oblivians/Reigning Sound)

“A'int Going Nowhere,” was produced by Sun Records guitarist Roland Janes at his own Sonic Studio, and released on his ARA label in 1965. It’s a brief and frantic 12-bar blues, Jimmie Crawford’s lead guitar bravely channeling Link Wray, drummer Eddie Sheridan’s drums forging the rocky shore into which the whole thing, made of adolescent nerve, threatens to crash-land.

Remastered by Tim Warren (Crypt Records).