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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.
Reunited with his New York Dolls bandmates David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain - as well as with help from The Only Ones' Peter Perrett - this Johnny Thunders gig from 1980 was the last one he played at New York's legendary punk night club, Max's Kansas City. Blazing through a series of great cover tunes and Dolls originals, this set is one of Thunders' finer ones from that era, both in terms of performance and sound quality
Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers ★ 1979 ★ Live @ Max's Kansas City '79Track listing :01 - Intro - 01:3002 - Milk Me (also known as Chatterbox. 16 - "Don't Mess With Cupid" ~ (Deanie Parker, Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper) - 03:40. Unreleased Max's Kansas City '79. 17 - "London Boys"~ (Johnny Thunders & Walter Lure) - 02:52 18 - ". (Johnny Thunders) - 01:58" 19 - "Money" ~ (Bradford & Gordy) - 03:15 20 - "Too Much Junkie Business" ~ (Johnny Thunders) - 03:18.
Infobox Album Name Live at Max s Kansas City Type Live Album Artist Johnny Thunders The Heartbreakers Released 1979 (original LP) Recorded 1978 (original LP) 1979 (CD bonus tracks) Genre Punk rock Length 34:44 (LP) 57:57 (CD. Ironically, two songs earlier, the band had played their l "Too Much Junkie Business". The five songs from the last night were mixed down and offered to Beggars Banquet, who refused them. Several years later, these songs were remixed, along with the original album, in preparation for a long-awaited reissue of the original "Live at Max's" album with the "new" recordings appended to it. Walter Lure and Billy Rath participated in the mixing.
After Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers split in the late '70s, the band would regroup for reunion gigs from time to time (up until Thunders' death in 1991). One of their first reunions took place at . s infamous Max's Kansas City in 1979, which was recorded and released soon thereafter. stage were deemed too rough to release. What the good folks at ROIR have done is re-release the long out of print original Live at Max's album, with the five tracks from the planned Vol. 2 set tacked on as bonus tracks. The band is captured in all of its drunk-and-stoned glory, with spirited versions of all the group's best-known tunes: "Chinese Rocks," "Can't Keep My Eyes on You," "One Track Mind," and "Milk Me" (aka "Chatterbox").
Regulars at Max's Kansas City recall how punk mingled freely with glam and other NYC scenes at the legendary Park Avenue haunt. In the New York punk scene of the mid-Seventies, it was important to pick a side. Max’s Kansas City: 1976 was the brainchild of Peter Crowley, a New York punk impresario who booked Max’s during its mid-Seventies heyday. Originally it was opened as a steakhouse and bar, Crowley explains of the club, whose sign touted steak, lobster, chick peas. And, of course, those famous chickpeas, which we used to throw at each other. He also convinced the new owner to allow him the expense to produce an album that would serve as an advertisement for the venue – one that would be issued on the in-house RAM imprint and distributed across the region. Their direct competition on the Bowery was quick to retaliate.
Live at Max's Kansas City (Volumes 1 and 2). DETAILS. Event: RECORD STORE DAY 2015 Release Date: 4/18/2015 Format: 2 x 12" Colored Vinyl Label: Junge Records Quantity: 2000 Release type: RSD Exclusive Release. The original live in '78 album plus Volume 2 from '79 in limited coloured double LP. The HEARTBREAKERS split