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Kim Fowley - Living In The Streets FLAC album


Performer: Kim Fowley
Genre: Rock
Title: Living In The Streets
Country: France
Released: 1977
Style: Garage Rock, Glam, Classic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1425 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1602 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1310 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 755
Other Formats: MIDI WMA MP4 XM MP1 AIFF ADX

Kim Fowley (born 27 July 1939) is a male American record producer, impresario, songwriter and sometime recording artist. The son of Hollywood character actor Douglas Fowley ( Singin' In The Rain ), Kim's scattergun career in the music industry has been as varied and eccentric as it has been long. He has generally remained on the fringes of the mainstream industry, free to immerse himself in obscure and offbeat projects while occasionally stumbling on (and then happily milking) commercial success.

Fowley promoted "Kim Fowley Night" featuring these bands at the Whisky a Go Go. Fowley brought Stiv Bators & the Dead Boys, the Popsicles, and the Orchids into Leon Russell's Cherokee Recording Studio in Hollywood to record "LA, LA (I'm on a Hollywood High)". Fowley released the 21 track solo album Adventures in Dreamland on WEED/Innerstate Records in 2004. It contained the songs "Mayor of the Sunset Strip," "Terrors in Tinseltown," and "Ballad of Phil Spector. In 2008, Fowley was reunited with Cherie Currie at Houdini's mansion in Los Angeles. He played three dozen gigs between June 2007 and February 2009 as the act Crazy White Man, a duo featuring him on vocals and Richard Rogers on guitar. 1975 Animal God of the Streets. 1978 Living in the Streets. 1978 Sunset Boulevard. 1979 Snake Document Masquerade.

Kim Fowley (born July 21, 1939, Los Angeles, California, USA – died January 15, 2015, Hollywood, California, USA) was an American record producer, singer, songwriter, musician, publisher and impresario. He started his musical career on February 3, 1959 (coincidentally the day that Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper were killed in a plane crash aka "The Day The Music Died" which is a quote from Don McLean's song American Pie). He founded music publishers Kim Fowley Pub. and Kim Fowley Music. Living In The Streets (Album).

Biography by Jason Ankeny. One of rock's most infamous impresarios and managers, most notably for the '70s proto-punk band the Runaways. Living in the Streets.

Living in the Streets. 1. - White Negroes in Deutschland. Album + Compilation.

Kim Fowley, the mercurial and eccentric music producer and Svengali who created and managed the all-female rock group the Runaways in the 1970s, died Thursday after a long battle with bladder cancer. Fowley's death was announced on Twitter by Peer Music Chairman and CEO Ralph Peer II. Advertisement

Consumer Guide Album. Kim Fowley: Outrageous Fowley is such a gargantuan shuck that he ought to be preserved in a time capsule. I don't understand how he continues to earn a living, but he does. This is a follow-up to his flower record of a couple of years ago. It comes complete with revolutionary liner notes ("Guerilla warfare has begun. The streets belong to the people. ) that for some reason-they'd sell a few, no?-are concealed within the double-fold.

Tracklist Hide Credits

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

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sonet Productions Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Sonet Productions Ltd.
  • Published By – Sonet Publishing
  • Lacquer Cut At – Pye Studios

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By – T*
  • Photography By – Brad Elterman
  • Sleeve [Concept] – Wagner Design Unit
  • Vocals, Performer [Various Instruments], Producer – Kim Fowley

Notes

Cover is an article/interview with Fowley by Sandy Robertson as a facsimile from British "Sounds". The headline of the text "The Dorian Gray of Rock'n'Roll" is often mistakenly referred to as title of this album.

With insert.

A1/A2 originally released 1973 on Jimmy Jukebox - Motor Boat 7".
A3/A4 originally released 1970 on King Lizard - Big Bad Cadillac 7".
A5/A6 originally released 1974 on Lance Romance - California Summertime / Hollywood Nites 7".
B1/B2 originally released 1970 on Kim Fowley - Born To Make You Cry 7".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SNTF. 755.A1 △T I C
  • Matrix / Runout: SNTF. 755.B1 △T I F

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
405 - STA - 20363 Kim Fowley Living In The Streets ‎(LP, Album) Sonet 405 - STA - 20363 France 1978
mic.cd.013 Kim Fowley Living In The Streets ‎(CD, Album) Microbe Records mic.cd.013 France 2003