Although the performances here are relatively straightforward readings of the album tracks, they bristle with a rabies-like intensity that the studio versions just can't match.
Live at Max's Kansas City is a live album by The Heartbreakers. Recorded at a show on September 16, 1978 at the famous Max's Kansas City nightclub, the album's performance - loud, sloppy, and laden with bawdy introductions and/or lyric changes to many of the familiar songs from their only studio album, . further cemented the band's live reputation. A classic of early punk rock, the album has been called "probably the best official document of any New York band of the er.
Johnny Thunders has been done a disservice by history, an early star of the punk scene whose status as an old hand at the start of the punk explo. issued several times over the decades since the swift implosion of the Heartbreakers, finds the band playing two sets on March 15, 1977 at the Speakeasy in London. Tearing through selections from their one and only studio LP, . There are, of course, no solos, no jams, and what changes there are to the originals largely consist of playing them louder and faster and with even less concern for polish.
Listen to music from Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers like Born to Lose, Chinese Rocks & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers. The Heartbreakers were a punk rock group formed in New York in May 1975 by Johnny Thunders (vocals/guitar) and Jerry Nolan (drums), who had just quit the New York Dolls, and Richard Hell (vocals/bass), who left Television the same week. After a few shows, they added Walter Lure (vocals/guitar), who had played with a group called the Demons. Live at Max's Kansas City '79. 901 listeners.
Formed by New York Dolls Thunders and Jerry Nolan in 1975 they influenced the UK punk scene, joining the Sex Pistols, Damned & Clash on the infamous Anarchy tour. K (Down To Kill) was recorded live during the . sessions on 15th March 1977 at the famous musicians watering-hole and features Johnny infamously trading abuse at the audience. K' ('Down To Kill') was recorded live during the '. Format: 12inch Vinyl GBUscite: 1. 7. 18,45 €18,45 €. non in magazzino. Johnny Thunders & The HeartbreakersDown To Kill - Live At The Speakeasy' Lp. Quantità: car rello+.
Recorded live at the Speakeasy in London on March 15, 1977, the imaginatively titled . Live at the Speakeasy (. stands for "down to kill") captures Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers at their raging, sneering best. This is one of the performances that made the Heartbreakers such darlings in the . Although the performances here are relatively straightforward readings of the album tracks, they bristle with a rabies-like intensity that the studio versions just can't match. Live at the Speakeasy is a jewel in a catalog jammed with poorly recorded, abysmal live performances, and is a wild reminder of just how formidable the Heartbreakers could be on a good night.
The resulting live album Live at Max's Kansas City '79 is considered a punk classic. The Heartbreakers' song, "London Boys", is a swipe at the Sex Pistols, in response to the Pistols' "New York", a put-down of the New York Dolls. The band re-formed occasionally to play at New York clubs until the death of Johnny Thunders in 1991. Jerry Nolan died in 1992. Live shows often consisted of songs performed with the New York Dolls or taken from Johnny Thunders' solo career.
Written-By – Ramone*, Hell*
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