April 21, 1978
audience recording (sound quality VG; well-recorded club show with a few anomalies, as expected from a source tape of this vintage). Most likely the first of two sets, the second of which is missing. Last-ever show by H-Bombs!
“Now that we’re dead,
we suggest you listen to Elvis."
|Page from one of those |
wacky self-made H-Bombs 'zines
Repercussion: H-Bombs were the post-Sneakers and pre-dB’s, pre-Let’s Active group that Peter and Mitch Easter were both in. Further info can be found at this earlier H-Bombs post.
SAMPLE: "Looking 'Round Corners (Free Advice 1978)"
01 Sixty-five Comet
02 Stuck On You^
03 Looking 'Round Corners
04 No Wonder^
05 Take Me Back In Your Arms Again
06 Mind Your Manners
07 Big Black Truck
08 Kicks (Paul Revere & The Raiders cover)
09 Cruel World*
11 Komm Gibb Mir Deine Hand (Beatles cover, in German)
12 You Can't Catch Me (Chuck Berry cover)
*titles of these are guesses; corrections welcome from you nutty H-Bombs fans!
Mr. Will Rigby wrote a florid review of a
non-existent H-Bombs album for UNC-Chapel Hill’s Daily Tar Heel.
(Confused? I think that was the point…)
Peter Holsapple: guitar, vocals
Mitch Easter: guitar, vocals
Robert Keely: bass, vocals
Chris Chamis: drums
Learn more about H-Bombs from Fred Mills’ excellent essay at
N.C. Music History Dot Com