Television's Marquee Moon (33 1/3 Series) by Bryan Waterman

By Bryan Waterman

Marquee Moon (33 1/3)
by Bryan Waterman

Show description

By Bryan Waterman

Marquee Moon (33 1/3)
by Bryan Waterman

Show description

Read Online or Download Television's Marquee Moon (33 1/3 Series) PDF

Similar music books

On the Lower Frequencies

At the reduce Frequencies is right away a guide, memoir, and background of inventive resistance in a global awash with battle and poverty. An icon at the Nineteen Nineties zine scene, Iggy rip-off strains not just the evolution of towns, yet of his personal considering, from his early specialize in extra outré sorts of resistance via extra contemplative occasions as he turns into preoccupied with the necessity for a extra affirmative imaginative and prescient of the longer term.

The Prophet from Silicon Valley: The Complete Story of Sequential Circuits

The tale of Sequential Circuits, the major synthesizer producer of the Nineteen Eighties. one of many nice American synthesizer businesses, based and led by means of San Francisco electronics and machine graduate, Dave Smith, Sequential Circuits Inc. lead the way for track of the longer term. Smith introduced effortless, cheap and strong polyphonic synthesis to all degrees of track creation within the kind of the ground-breaking Prophet-5 synthesizer.

NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories

NOFX: The Hepatitis tub and different tales is the 1st tell-all autobiography from one of many world’s such a lot influential and debatable punk bands. lovers and non-fans alike should be stunned by way of the tales of homicide, suicide, habit, counterfeiting, riots, bondage, terminal disorder, the Yakuza, and ingesting pee.

Why the Grateful Dead Matter

In Why the thankful useless topic, veteran author and lifetime Deadhead Michael Benson argues that the thankful lifeless should not easily a winning rock-and-roll band yet a phenomenon vital to American tradition. He defends the proposition that the thankful useless are, in reality, a musical flow as transformative as any -ism within the inventive heritage of this century and the final.

Additional info for Television's Marquee Moon (33 1/3 Series)

Example text

Creem sent Lisa Robinson to cover the tour, where she witnessed enthusiastic, lipschticked fans in LA but apprehension at most stops between coasts. Fields, also along for the ride, saw the Dolls as theater more than an actual band: “Anyone connected with this industry who talks about music, well that’s just astonishing,” he told Robinson for her Creem piece. ”8 Talent or no, the Dolls inspired Meyers and Miller to form their own band, the Neon Boys, with Tom’s old Delaware bandmate, Billy Ficca, on drums.

The Dolls famously performed there in high drag in April ’74; some of the early CB’s bands, ­including Television and the Stillettoes, followed suit; and rock celebrities including Bowie, Reed, Lennon, and the Who were sometimes seen holed up at corner tables. Wayne County’s presence at Hilly’s and CBGB’s indicates additional continuities between underground theater, glitter, and punk.  . 41 In some ways, Wayne County’s appearance at Hilly’s and CB’s suggests the clubs weren’t as odd ap ­ resence on the Bowery as some later accounts would indicate.

79 • • MARQUEE MOON B R YA N WAT E R M A N Zero. S. and played two homecoming shows at Max’s, followed by a night at Club 82. ) The support act for their New York shows that spring was the Miamis, made up of Wayne County’s backing band. Club 82 soon announced Wednesday night “Live Rock” shows, which competed with CB’s poetry nights. A few weeks after the Dolls’ big gig at the 82, Television and Leather Secrets — an act that had been opening their shows at CBGB’s — played there. 66 At Club 82, Television’s audience included David Bowie, who gave the band a line they first used in an ad for a 12 May gig back at CB’s: “The most original band I’ve seen in New York.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.82 of 5 – based on 37 votes