One of the best things about YouTube is the availability of an incredible library of music. I can listen for hours late at night. Below are a few of my favorites. Share yours. Wipeout (Live in Japan) -- The Ventures. Okay, so they didn't write the song (many thanks, Surfaris), but this is the best version of the classic song IMO. Mel Taylor would be on a very short list of the best drummers in the history of rock & roll. Nokie Edwards remains one of the most underappreciated guitarists. Comfortably Numb (Recorded at Live 8) -- Pink Floyd. The very final performance by the classic lineup (Gilmour, Waters, Mason, Wright) came to fruition after 20+ years apart. Sad to think about what could have been... Eurotrash Girl (Live at Crossroads Festival) -- Cracker. One of these days, I'll complete a tour of cities mentioned in the song (Paris, Barcelona, Athens, Turin, Amsterdam, Berlin). I have seen Cracker at several street festivals in Chicago over the years and each time it rained.