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Living In The Streets (LP)
Jimmy Jukebox / King Lizard / Lance Romance
70s / Glam Rock / Garage Rock / Rock'n'Roll
12 Tracks; Compilation; Reissue.
Kim Fowley has been a maverick presence in rock & roll history for over fifty years: songwriter, recordings with GENE VINCENT, JONATHAN RICHMAN & THE MODERN LOVERS and countless others, early manager of THE RUNAWAYS and plenty of glorious failures along the way. "Living In The Streets" (1977) is a compilation of his solo recordings, some of them dating back to the beginning of the decade, taken from several singles, alternative projects and overlooked b-sides. It also includes three new acoustic songs with a certain Captain Beefhearts or Dylanesque flavor. "Living in the Streets" remains a worthy monument to the 70s recordings of the Dorian Gray of Rock n Roll, the human jukebox: the unstoppable KIM FOWLEY. This is the first ever vinyl reissue and includes an insert with extensive notes by Mike Stax (Ugly Things Magazine) and features its original artwork. This reissue is a collaboration between Munster Records and Disques Mono-Tone.
Trackliste / Inhalt:
A2. 25 Hours A Day (1973, Jimmy Jukebox)
A3. Big Bad Cadillac (1970, King Lizard)
A4. Man Without A Country (1970, King Lizard)
A5. California Summertime (1974, Lance Romance)
A6. Hollywood Nights (1974, Lance Romance)
B1. Born To Make You Cry (1970)
B2. Thunder Road (1970)
B3. Summertime Frog
B4. Love Bomb
B5. Living In The Streets
B6. Sex, Dope & Violence