The day I discovered High Voltage  by AC/DC on the top of a huge pile of discarded albums headed for the dumpster outside the WCCC Hartford program director’s office in 1976 changed my life. But the saga about who and how it came to even be there spans three continents, more than twenty thousand miles, an immigrant family’s legacy, heroes and villains, fate and dumb luck, and countless dreams. AC/DC’s lead guitarist Angus Young is my guest, with priceless memories from the In the Studio archive by the late AC/DC rhythm guitarist/ riffmaster Malcolm Young, on the forty-fifth anniversary of High Voltage  here the week of April 26. –Redbeard

Picture of Malcolm Young (l-r ) , Atlantic Records’ Michael Prince, Angus Young in 1976.