“Keep a Knockin’ (But You Can’t Come in), Mott the Hoople

“Keep a Knockin’ (But You Can’t Come in)” from Wildlife, by Mott the Hoople, 1971. Great music! The original provenance of this song is obscure, with multiple authors listed. However, it was made famous by the great Black rock and roller Little Richard! And yes, he was very much a homosexual his whole life. But it doesn’t matter because he was one of the best. It’s since been covered by everyone and their uncle. This is a very extended bluesy “noise” or “acid rock” jam version from the very early 70’s. This song rocks the roof right off the house, man!

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