KIM FOWLEY: Living In The Streets LP


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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 Street” (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 Beefheart’s or Dylanesque flavor.”Living in the Streets” remains a worthy monument to the seventies 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.

A1 Motorboat
A2 25 Hours A Day
A3 Big Bad Cadillac
A4 Man Without A Country
A5 California Summertime
A6 Hollywood Nights
B1 Born To Make You Cry
B2 Thunder Road
B3 Summertime Frog
B4 Love Bomb
B5 Living In The Streets
B6 Sex, Dope & Violence