There are so many putative Fathers of Punk that a paternity test might be necessary to permanently settle the question. Still, Graham Parker has to be on the short list. A year before Johnny and Joe, Parker was venting his working-class rage with his ferocious band, the Rumour. While Fleetwood Mac mellowness dominated radio, Parker's songs dared to damn both God and man, to the strains of soul, rockabilly, and unfettered folk. Classic... More >>>