In WAV -Scans are included
01 –Wayne County And The Back Street Boys Max's Kansas City 1976
02 –The Fast Boys Will Be Boys
03 –Harry Toledo Knots
04 –Cherry Vanilla And Her Staten Island Band Shake Your Ashes
05 –Wayne County And The Back Street Boys Cream In My Jeans
06 –The Fast Wow Pow Bash Crash (A Rock Opera In 3:15)
07 –Wayne County And The Back Street Boys Flip Your Wig
08 –John Collins Band The Man In Me
09 –Suicide Rocket USA
10 –The Fast Kids Just Wanna Dance
11 –Philip Rambow Night Out
12 –Suicide Ghost Rider
13 –New York Dolls Bad Girl
14 –The Stillettos Pink Stilettos
15 –Knots Heartbreaker
16 –The Senders 6th Street
17 –Jimi Lalumia & The Psychotic Frogs Death To Disco
18 –The Brats First Rock Star On The Moon
19 –The Offs You Fascinate Me
20 –Terrorists Riis Park
21 –Roland Alphonso, Terrorists Sax Skandal
MAX’s kansas city is the legendary New York City nightclub that became the focal point for the city’s hip artistic community from the late 60’s until the early 80’s.
In its initial period it was famously often populated by Andy Warhol’s Factory art crowd, and played host to new artists such as the Velvet Underground, New York Dolls, the Stooges, Bruce Springsteen and countless others. It became a base for jet-setters, glam rockers, artists and celebs, until the scene faded and it shut its doors at the end of 1974.
Reopened in 1975 under new management, Peter Crowley was hired as music director, and Max’s focus went to music. The new young bands he booked helped spawn, in tandem with CBGBs, the New York City punk scene.
In 1976 Peter compiled a studio album of acts associated with the club, ‘Max’s Kansas City 1976’, to help promote the club. It featured the first released recordings of Suicide, The Fast and Warhol-era veteran Wayne County, whose title-track gave a roll-call of many of the famous acts who’d regularly performed there.