7 thoughts on “ Jail Guitar Doors - The Clash - The Clash ”

  1. ‘Jail Guitar Doors’ – International Clash Day Red-faced admission: I’ve known and enjoyed this song for forty years and only recently discovered that the second verse refers to Peter Green (and that was only because someone told me!).
  2. The Clash were so influenced by the band that frontman Joe Strummer penned the song "Jail Guitar Doors" about MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer, who served two years in .
  3. Clash – Jail Guitar Doors Lyrics (Strummer/Jones) Let me tell you 'bout Wayne and his deals of Cocaine A little more every day Holding for a friend till the band do well Then the D. E. A. Locked him away Clang clang, go the jail guitar doors Jail guitar doors .
  4. Clash Jail Guitar Doors lyrics & video: Let me tell you 'bout Wayne and his deals of cocaine A little more every day Holding for a friend till the band do well Then the D.E.A.
  5. Super Black Market Clash March 1, A re-vamped edition if the rarities album included all of the band's B-sides, many of which were unavailable on CD at the time.
  6. In , The Clash released the song, "Jail Guitar Doors." The song tells the story of the imprisonment of their fellow musician Wayne Kramer. In , to honor the life of Clash founder, Joe Strummer, Billy Bragg launches an initiative in England to provide musical equipment used to rehabilitate inmates serving time in Her Majesty’s Prisons in the United Kingdom. His initiative is named for.
  7. Jail Guitar Doors Chords by The Clash. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.

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