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New York Dolls - Dolls Live: Dallas '74 download album

  • Performer: New York Dolls
  • Title: Dolls Live: Dallas '74
  • Genre: Rock
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  • Style: Glam
  • MP3 album: 1682 mb
  • FLAC album: 1112 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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New York Dolls - Dolls Live: Dallas '74 download album

Entirely recorded live on their last american tour, 1974. Thanks to . & D. H. n'". Performers: David Johansen, Johnny Thunders, Sylvain Sylvain, Jerry Nolan, Peter Jordan. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

Dolls Live: Dallas '74 ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial). Not On Label (New York Dolls). Obviously recorded with a handheld cassette player, this bootleg recording documents a show at the legendary Mother Blues club in Dallas, Texas during their final 1974 tour, featuring the original line up. The Dolls were supporting the popular Texas band The Werewolves and facing a hostile/apathetic crowd.

New York Dolls' surviving members in 2004. After reuniting, they recorded and released three more albums-One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This (2006), Cause I Sez So (2009), and Dancing Backward in High Heels (2011). This is an awesome autographed piece of music memorabilia and will look great framed. This signed album comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. All of the autographed items I have listed are from my personal collection. They were either obtained by me personally from the celebrity(s) or through a reputable dealer

Beautiful "Live" Album In Shrink Wrap. Artist: New York Dolls Title: Dolls Live Dallas '74 Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Smilin' Ears Catalog ID: 001 Country: USA Our ID: 39493. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

The Dallas shows were in September of 1973. The date reference on the back cover, September 16-19, refers to September 16-19, 1974, when the Dolls played in Denver. 2. Unfortunately the quality of this bootleg is very crappy, compared to most of the others I own and much worse than any I've uploaded to date. In a way the dismal sound befits the tragically doomed nature of the Dolls overall. 3. I messed up and left out the title slide for "Bad Girl. It didn't seem worth re-rendering the whole thing just for that. So here you have it.  . Howdy from Dallas Texas the dolls were crap but I like having a recording from Dallas back when I finished high school thank you for posting. rav. Johannsen's referring to the Dallas TX band called The Werewolves. Thanks for posting this.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Smilin' Ears (catalog number 7707). Format of the release is. Vinyl

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New York Dolls is the debut album by the American hard rock band New York Dolls. It was released on July 27, 1973, by Mercury Records. In the years leading up to the album, the New York Dolls had developed a local fanbase by playing regularly in lower Manhattan after forming in 1971. However, most music producers and record companies were reluctant to work with them because of their vulgarity and onstage fashion; the group later appeared in exaggerated drag on the album cover for shock value.

Tracklist

A1 Pills
A2 Frankenstein
A3 Lone Star Queen
A4 Don't Start Me Talkin'
A5 Lookin' For A Kiss
B1 Personality Crisis
B2 Vietnamese Baby
B3 Bad Girl
B4 Give 'Em A Great Big Kiss (Kiss Me)

Notes

"Entirely recorded live on their last american tour, 1974. Thanks to J.C & D. H. everylightbulbswaitin'"

Performers: David Johansen, Johnny Thunders, Sylvain Sylvain, Jerry Nolan, Peter Jordan

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NYD L01 New York Dolls Dolls Live: Dallas '74 ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (New York Dolls) NYD L01 Unknown

Reviews about New York Dolls - Dolls Live: Dallas '74 (3):
Bladebringer
Obviously recorded with a handheld cassette player, this bootleg recording documents a show at the legendary Mother Blues club in Dallas, Texas during their final 1974 tour, featuring the original line up. The Dolls were supporting the popular Texas band The Werewolves and facing a hostile/apathetic crowd. The band sounds discouraged, as the audience taunts them with cries of "We want the a Werewolves!" through their show, but gamely perform their set. The very poor sound quality of the recording and the "end of the line" feel of the performance-supporting a band most listeners have never heard of-make this a hard recording to recommend. I have no idea whether this was one of the shows performed in red leather & Soviet paraphernalia but it would go a long way towards explaining the audience's hostility; Dallas in 1974 would have been the worst possible venue for such gear. Fantastically rare, this live album has practically nothing else to offer.
Qusicam
Finally, the truth! Special thanks to 3pennyOprah for the information in her reply. I grew up in Dallas but was a few years too young to have attended the show so I was dependent on guesswork (Mother Blues sounded like a logical venue) and I assumed the date on the cover was correct. I do recall that the Dolls were regarded with amusement and contempt even by the local "underground " radio station, (KZEW most likely,) which played "Personality Crises" exactly once, with the DJ. not necessarily laughing out loud but showing all the hostility he could muster. The whole approach confused me; I'd been reading rave reviews in Rolling Stone and I couldn't understand the attitude towards the band. The answer became clear when I saw the album cover. Musicians in Texas simply couldn't look like that. Texas is a reactionary, intolerant place: in spite of some world class punk bands originating there, the media missed the boat on The Clash, Elvis Costello...anything that looks strange is an instant target here. For all the great music from the state (think of Roky Erickson or Red Crayola) Texas in the 1970s was a dangerous place to look weird-long hair was probable cause for being pulled over and beaten by the police (I witnessed that myself more than once, and Doug Sahm moved to California after the police in San Antonio dragged him from his car and beat him senseless "on suspicion.") Even the Freaks in Texas couldn't tolerate the Dolls; Texas then was even more reactionary, racist and dangerous than it is now. "Please Kill Me," a book about the American protopunk scene says the Dolls moved to Florida to live in a trailer park owned by a member's relative. It was probably the worst mistake (other than Thunders and Nolan's' descent into heroin abuse) that the band ever made. They should have stayed in New York or moved to London. It's a fucking shame.
Hawk Flying
Three corrections:Venue was Gertie's in Dallas; year was 1973 (don't believe bootleg cover info); The Werewolves opened, I guess the audience liked them better.

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