Mick Jones Plays Three Favorite Songs by The Clash at the Library

The venue isn’t as large. The head of hair isn’t as full. The beat doesn’t drive as hard. But the song remains the same. Above, Mick Jones revisits a Clash classic, “Train in Vain,” at the opening of The Rock and Roll Public Library in 2009. Below, we head back to the band’s heyday when The Clash played the same tune at the US Festival in San Bernardino CA (circa May 1982). Other charming songs played that day include:

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Stay Free

 


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  1. Sara says . . . | March 6, 2012 / 6:10 pm

    Fantastic. Train in Vain starts at around 2:40 in and the song that kicks this off is, I’m so bored with the USA.

  2. larry lovel says . . . | August 9, 2012 / 8:10 pm

    When u talk about the greatest bands ever the who Beatles and of course the stones u have to include the clash londong calling is one of the greatest rock album’s ever made

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