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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

New York Dolls - A Hard Night's Day


New York Dolls - A Hard Night's Day

@ 320 kbps - Covers are included

1. Seven Day Weekend 2. Frankenstein 3. Who Are the Mystery Girls? 4. (There's Gonna Be A) Showdown 5. Back in the U.S.A. 6. Looking for a Kiss 7. Jet Boy 8. It's Too Late 9. Bad Detective 10. Lonely Planet Boy 11. Subway Train 12. Private World 13. Trash 14. Human Being 15. Don't Start Me Talkin' 16. Give Her a Great Big Kiss 17. Vietnamese Baby 18. Babylon 19. Bad Girl 20. Pills 21. Personality Crisis

This collection is a set of live-in-the-studio recordings originally recorded in NYC, march 1973. These 21 songs give a better example of the Doll's strengths than their two studio albums proper. This is the Dolls, from Noo Yawk, live and raw, just the way God intended.
These sessions have been released many times before under titles such as Seven Day Weekend and Endless Party, but usually omitting the last three songs on this set. This time we lose Hootchie Cootchie Man from the set, but that would be due to the limitations in the maximum length of a CD, I suppose, and a good trade-off...
The sound, cover art and liner notes (by Marty Thau, the Dolls manager at the time) are also superior than on other previous releases of this material.
Very highly recommended, even if you have the material already. A real gem!

6 comments:

toñi said...

the last song 21 is damage.great blog.thanks.

ratboy69 said...

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vex_voxtone said...

THANX for this brilliant share !!!!
Can you please put covers again because somehow they weren't zipped.
Thanx again ... and keep up the great work :)

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER said...

Pour ceux qui aiment le son brut et pas trafiqué ! Sans doute un des meilleurs Dolls parallèles bien que ces bandes soient apparues sous diverses formes et labels avant que Norton s'en charge ...
On mesure exactement ici les "productions" de Todd et de Morton Et on se plaît à rêver à des Dolls produits par Vic Maile , Guy Stevens ou Jimmy Miller comme Thunders le sera d'ailleurs plus tard !
Excellent post Mr Ratboy69 !!!

Anonymous said...

This has always been one of my favourite NYD recordings.

To be honest, all you need to know about the Dolls is contained within the first album...and this.

Totally essential!

DefChef said...

I haven't been by yr blog for awhile, and I see that I've been missing a LOT! Thanks for keeping it cranked up!