I wore this out on cassette back in college: Walt Mink’s “Miss Happiness.” The guitarist, John Kimbrough, is a fountain of riff ideas and volume knob Marshall crunch management. This song has a lot of that on display, especially near the end. Check out the tiny little early-EVH-esque fill at 3:23. That’s Joey Waronker on drums, and I love the recorded drum sound here. It sounds like a drum kit played well in an acoustically live space...not in a polyfill-stuffed closet like some 70s stuff, or a big scary canyon like some 80s and 90s stuff. Candice Belanoff plays some pretty cool bass under all that crunch too. I liked the band’s subsequent albums too, but felt that the mix and production fell short on the second (Bareback Ride) despite having some cool songs. The third one, El Producto, seemed more uneven in material and production. All well worth checking out, though.