The 50 Heaviest Songs Before Black Sabbath: #30-21
26 - The Sonics, “The Witch” (1965)
Not only were the Sonics one of the forerunners of garage rock, they were also instrumental in establishing a music scene in Seattle; one that would rise to national prominence a few decades later. Fun fact: The B-side to this single was a cover of Little Richard’s “Keep-A-Knockin.”
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