This was the Chesterfield King's fourth 45. The previous three are very hard to track down but this one regularly crops up on ebay so there's no excuse for not adding it to your collection.
Both sides are perfect covers of '66 garage punkers, sounding like they were recorded back in those glorious days.
'I'm Going Home' is a Stones inspired rocker with harmonica and snarl. check out the original by The Choir. This tune was on The Chesterfield Kings album 'Here Are The....' Strangely, this album is now out of print and has never been re-issued or digitalized to CD.
'A Dark Corner' is the psychedelic punk obscurity originally done by The Bourbons. The Kings probaby recorded this song around the same time as their album recordings but maybe this track was left off the long player to fill a B-Side.
Easily my most favoured line-up of this Rochester garage band and one of only two bands I ever wrote to back in the 80s. And how about the look of the record label? Purist '66 or what!!!