There are easily ONE MILLION versions of the '60s classic "Hey Joe"! But I think the Stillroven's version is the best. It's syncopated, fast as shit, and RAW!!
The Stillroven were from a Minneapolis suburb Robbinsdale, and originally called the Syndicate. They were quite prolific; all told they made six 45s between 1965 and 1969, with their "Hey Joe" getting picked up for national distribution on Roulette. Sundazed issued a collection Cast Thy Burden Upon The Stillroven in the mid '90s.
Original label issue.
"Hey Joe" is prolly best known via the Experience version, which was based on folkie Tim Rose's slowed-down interpretation, which I've written about before.