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9 thoughts on “ Looking For A Kiss - New York Dolls - New York Dolls (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Obsessive New York Dolls fans probably have a section in their archives for the various releases of the band's Paris performance, which was broadcast on French radio and has been circulating in semi-authorized form for several decades. Prior to French Kiss '74, this same show has been available under the titles From Paris with L-U-V, Paris Is Burning, and If It's Saturday This Must Be.
  2. Get the best deals on New York Dolls Vinyl Records. Shop with Afterpay on eligible items. NEW YORK DOLLS LOOKING FOR A KISS LIMITED EDITION PICTURE DISC 7" 45 VINYL. AU $ AU $ postage. Watch. New York Dolls Too Much Too Soon LP VINYL Mercury NEW. AU $ New York Dolls - Too Much Too Soon - Reissue (NEW 12" VINYL LP).
  3. Perhaps the centerpiece of the New York Dolls first album, “Looking for a Kiss” was a huge influence on the few people aware of its existence. A young Stephen Morrissey caught the Dolls performing.
  4. Apr 24,  · More than 30 years on, New York Dolls still sounds as dangerous as it did upon its original release and exemplifies chaotic brilliance. The band returned in , and have continued on, but only Johansen and Sylvain remain from those early days. TRACKS: Personality Crisis. Looking For A Kiss. Vietnamese Baby. Lonely Planet Boy. Frankenstein.
  5. Apr 29,  · I loved the New York Dolls You know, the 2nd incarnation, with Johnny, Syl, David Arthur and Jerry (I LIKED the Mercer Arts Billy Murcia Dolls, but Jerry brought them to a whole new level) I rushed out and bought the 1st Dolls LP and a week before the Waldorf Astoria Halloween gig Mama Thunders moved across the street from me.
  6. New York Dolls: Picks Jet Boy, Subway Train, Looking For A Kiss and the magical Who Are The Mystery Girls as covered by Slaughter & The Dogs. The Dolls influenced everyone from the Ramones to Richard Hell if not stylistically then that music could still be fun, anarchic and sleazy.
  7. But eventually, the New York Dolls were signed to the Mercury label, and would record their debut self titled album to be released in the summer of ' And while this album (or the band) isn't a basic punk album by many's standard's, it's influence goes far and they're are elements of punk here that would later be expanded on by other bands.
  8. Lyrics to "Looking For A Kiss" by NEW YORK DOLLS: I always seen you, just before the dawn / When all the other kids, where just draggin along / I couldn't believe the way it seemed to be / Rememberin the things, you used to say to me / / (About) / You know I can't be .
  9. referencing New York Dolls, LP, Album, RE, Red, SRM There's 2 comments on here, one says the pressing is fine, one says it's badly pressed and distorted! While this isn't a .

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