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The All Stars Living Dead Featuring Johnny Thunders - Live At The Speakeasy London 18/02/78 download mp3 album

The All Stars Living Dead Featuring Johnny Thunders - Live At The Speakeasy London 18/02/78 download mp3 album
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The All Stars Living Dead
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Live At The Speakeasy London 18/02/78
Style:
Rock & Roll, Punk
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The Band:, Johnny Thunders: Guitar, Vocals, Peter Perrett: Guitar, Alan Mair: Bass, Mike Kellie: Drums, Patti Palladin: Vocals (on track 23). Label: Not On Label (The Living Dead) ‎– Vinyl Japan ‎ Format: CDr, Unofficial Release Pays: UK, Japan Date: 2008. 25 - Live at the Speakeasy, London 2-17-1978-CD. 26 - Johnny Thunders - February 18, 1978 The Speakeasy, London. 27 - Live at the Speakeasy, London 2-17-1978-backCD.

Johnny Thunders (MP3) Compilation 1993 - Chinese Rocks - The ultimate Thunders Live Collection 01 - Pipeline. mp3 02 - Countdown Love. CD2 (Previously released as Live at the Lyceum 1984). 03 - Personality Crisis. 05 - too much Junkie Business. 06 - Do You Love M. p3.

Thunders stayed in London and recorded the first of a number of solo albums, beginning with So Alone in 1978. Around this time Thunders played a small number of gigs at London's Speakeasy with a line up including Cook and Jones, Henri Paul on bass and Judy Nylon and Patti Palladin (Snatch) as back up vocalists. During the early 1980s, Thunders re-formed The Heartbreakers for various tours; the group recorded their final album, Live at the Lyceum, in 1984. The concert was also filmed and released as a video and later a DVD titled Dead Or Alive. The Clash mentioned Thunders in the lyric from their song "City Of The Dead", singing "'Don't you know where to cop?'/That's what New York Johnny said/'You should get to know your town/Just like I know mine'".

Live Material (LP) ROSE 18. C1. Intro. Thunders had disappeared from the UK in the 70's and nobody knew if he was alive or dead. Then with the release of the classic live album DTK live at the Speakeasy released by jungle records in 1982. People began to take interest again. Around 1983 Thunders' new manager tried to get him straight for a comeback with the hope of following up his fantastic underrated first so album 'So Alone' (1978) with a 2nd solo album with Stones producer Jimmy Miller.

You best believe I'm from New York City. You're telling me shut my mouth If I wasn't kissing, you wouldn't be around You talk about faggots, little mama's boy You sit at home, you got a chaperone.

Johnny Thunders - You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory Album Lyrics. 1. All By Myself (from 'DTK Live At The Speakeasy' LP, 1994). 2. All By Myself (from 'Live At The Lyceum' LP, 1990). 3. All By Myself (Live at the Lyceum). 4. All By Myself (Live at the Speakeasy). 5. All By Myself (Live). 18. Chinese Rocks (from 'DTK Live At The Speakeasy' LP, 1994).

Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers. Tie Me Up. Johnny Thunders. Friday 18 January 2019. 0. Saturday 19 January 2019. Richard Hell and the Voidoids.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Subway Train
B1 She's So Untouchable
B2 Steppin' Stone
Written-By – Hart*, Boyce*
C So Alone
D1 Dead Or Alive
D2 Be Bop A Lula
Written-By – G. Vincent*, S. Tex Davis*

Credits

  • Bass – Alan Mair
  • Drums – Mike Kellie
  • Guitar – Peter Perrett
  • Vocals – Patti Palladin
  • Written-By – J. Thunders*

Notes

Limited to 1000 copies.

Released in a folder sleeve.

Your of release: either 1993 or 1994.