Mick Jones Plays Three Classics by The Clash at the Public 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. If you want to see vintage Clash, then check out some of the classic Clash concerts we’ve highlighted below. Other charming songs played that day at the library include:

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Stay Free

Note: We originally posted Mick’s library gig in March of 2012. I’m reposting it today to see if we’ve got some tech bugs worked out and because I love these endearing clips so much. Hope you enjoy.

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The Clash: Westway to the World (The 2002 Grammy Winning Film)

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Rare Live Footage Documents The Clash From Their Raw Debut to the Career-Defining London Calling

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