Time for some blues based offering....Austin blues addict (and Howlin' Wolf sound alike!) Kent "Omar" Dykes (front figure of the Austin based blues outfit 'Omar & The Howlers') is the man behind "Bad Seed" and did a terrific original version of it on the "Wall Of Pride" Columbia album of 1988 (which also included the hard boogie masterpiece "Rattle Snake Boogie", featured as part of a movie soundtrack the same year).
Yours truly's instru version is from my hectic august 1997 living room session (cut on a 6-track Sansui MR-66 cassette recorder!), which brought to life no less than 62 tracks in a row, using only a 12-string Takamine acoustic, a Charvel HM solid body (both run through a Jerry Donahue
designed Sessionmaster preamp) and a Alesis SR-12 drum machine triggered manually by a set of digital drum pads like a regular live drum set.
What a gig! The video is made up of quite heavy edited bits & pieces from the movie "Bad Boys", one of the most car crash crazy films ever made, I think. Enjoy...