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Sunday, 2 August 2009

NEW YORK DOLLS - Live in Santa Monica, CA 16/3/74











One of the good folk over at the Johnny Thunders Chatterbox forum was after this show, so here yer go Iggy. But this aint just for him/her this is for all of you who like yer Rock’n’Roll loose, raw and sleazy, and they don’t come much looser, sleazier and raw than The New York Dolls. I’ve had to split the download into three parts on account of it being in wav format. I got it from a torrent site ages back and I’m prettysure the uploader didn’t want it converted to MP3 quality, so out of respect to them here it is, as pure as it was then: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of the East coasts finest captured live and direct on the West coast. Hope the format doesn’t cause you too many problems, all this flac, wav, MP3, lossy, lossless file business does my head in, I just take it as it comes, whatever way it is. It’s all Rock’nRoll! Enjoy!! The interview comes from the 1975 New Musical Express Greatest Hits, the very best of NME annual.

5 comments:

Iggy said...

Many Thanks. Great Blog. Iggy.

ALTCERF said...

Amazing stuff..Also thanks for including the Interview as well w/ nick kent. I haven't read an interview with them yet

RevolutionaryBum said...

Thumbs Up !!! Any new Dolls is so cool... I recently found a great B&W video from San Francisco 1973. It was during the time Killer Kane wasn't plating due to his girlfriend chopping the tips of a couple fingers off ;-O you can see him just hanging out behind the drums w/ Jerry... Anyways here's the link it's about 350MB well worth it !!!
New York Dolls-1973 San Francisco

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WVZ1V3N5

Enjoy !

Anonymous said...

ALWAYS grateful for your Thunders/Dolls posts. Also many thanks to RevolutionaryBum for the SF '73 video. Thanks to people like you, I've got quite an archive goin' on.

Anonymous said...

OMG- TGIS SH*T IS PRICELESS!!! MANY THANKS!! MUCH APPRECIATED!!