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New York Dolls - New York Dolls (1973)

New York Dolls - New York Dolls (1973)

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New York Dolls - New York Dolls
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Side one
1. "Personality Crisis"   3:41
2. "Looking for a Kiss"   3:19
3. "Vietnamese Baby"   3:38
4. "Lonely Planet Boy"   4:09
5. "Frankenstein (Orig.)"   6:00

Side two
1. "Trash"   3:08
2. "Bad Girl"   3:04
3. "Subway Train"   4:21
4. "Pills"   2:48
5. "Private World"   3:39
6. "Jet Boy"   4:41

New York Dolls Band Members / Musicians
David Johansen – gong, harmonica, vocals
Arthur "Killer" Kane – bass guitar
Jerry Nolan – drums
Sylvain Sylvain – piano, rhythm guitar, vocals
Johnny Thunders – lead guitar, vocals
Buddy Bowser – saxophone

Jack Douglas – engineering
David Krebs – executive production
Steve Leber – executive production
Paul Nelson – executive production
Dave O'Grady – makeup
Todd Rundgren – additional piano, Moog synthesizer,

Ed Sprigg – engineer
Alex Spyropoulos – piano
Marty Thau – executive production
Toshi – photography

New York Dolls is the debut album by the American hard rock band New York Dolls. It was released on July 27, 1973, by Mercury Records. In the years leading up to the album, the Dolls had developed a local fanbase by playing regularly in lower Manhattan after forming in 1971. However, most music producers and record companies were reluctant to work with them because of their vulgarity and onstage fashion as well as homophobia in New York; the group later appeared in exaggerated drag on the album cover for shock value.

After signing a contract with Mercury, the Dolls recorded their first album at The Record Plant in New York City with producer Todd Rundgren, who was known for his sophisticated pop tastes and held a lukewarm opinion of the band. Despite stories of conflicts during the recording sessions, lead singer David Johansen and guitarist Sylvain Sylvain later said Rundgren successfully captured how the band sounded live. Their music on the album incorporated carefree rock and roll, Brill Building pop influences, and campy sensibilities, while Johansen's colloquial and ambiguous lyrics explored themes of urban youth, teen alienation, adolescent romance, and authenticity.

New York Dolls were an American rock band formed in New York City in 1971. Along with the Velvet Underground and the Stooges, they were one of the first bands of the early punk rock scenes.[4] Although the band never achieved much commercial success and their original line-up fell apart quickly, the band's first two albums—New York Dolls (1973) and Too Much Too Soon (1974)—became among the most popular cult records in rock. The line-up at this time comprised vocalist David Johansen, guitarist Johnny Thunders, bassist Arthur Kane, guitarist and pianist Sylvain Sylvain and drummer Jerry Nolan, the latter two had replaced Rick Rivets and Billy Murcia, respectively, in 1972. On stage, they donned an androgynous wardrobe, wearing high heels, eccentric hats, satin, makeup, spandex, and dresses. Nolan described the group in 1974 as "the Dead End Kids of today".

New York Dolls Band Members / Musicians
David Johansen – vocals, harmonica (1971–1976, 2004–2011)
Sylvain Sylvain – guitar, bass, piano (1971–1976, 2004–2011; died 2021)
Arthur Kane – bass guitar (1971–1975, 2004; died 2004)
Johnny Thunders - guitar, vocals (1971-1975; died 1991)
Billy Murcia – drums (1971–1972; died 1972)
Rick Rivets – guitar (1971; died 2019)
Jerry Nolan – drums (1972–1975; died 1992)
Peter Jordan – bass (1975–1976)
Tony Machine – drums (1975–1976)
Blackie Lawless – guitar (1975)
Chris Robison – keyboards (1975)
Bobby Blaine – keyboards (1976)
Steve Conte – guitar, vocals (2004–2010)
John Conte – bass (2004)
Gary Powell – drums (2004)
Brian Delaney– drums (2005–2011)
Sami Yaffa – bass (2005–2010)
Brian Koonin – keyboards (2005–2006)
Aaron Lee Tasjan - guitar (2008-2009)
Frank Infante – guitar (2010–2011)
Jason Hill – bass (2010–2011)
Jason Sutter – drums (2011)
Kenny Aaronson – bass (2011)
Earl Slick – guitar (2011)
Claton Pitcher – guitar (2011)

New York Band Discography Full - Studio Albums
New York Dolls (1973 US:#116)
Too Much Too Soon (1974 US:#167) in UK:#165
One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This (2006 US:#129)
Cause I Sez So (2009 US:#159)
Dancing Backward in High Heels (2011)

Demo Albums
Lipstick Killers – The Mercer Street Sessions 1972 (1981)
Seven Day Weekend (1992)
Actress – "Birth of the New York Dolls" (2000)
Endless Party (2000)
Private World - The Complete Early Studio Demos 1972–1973 (2006)

Live Albums
Red Patent Leather (1984)
Paris Le Trash (1993)
Live In Concert, Paris 1974 (1998)
The Glamorous Life Live (1999)
From Paris with Love (L.U.V.) (2002)
Morrissey Presents: The Return Of New York Dolls Live From Royal Festival Hall (2004)
Live At the Filmore East (2008)
Viva Le Trash '74 (2009)

Compilation Albums
New York Dolls / Too Much Too Soon (1977)
Very Best of New York Dolls (1977)
Night of the Living Dolls (1985)
The Best of the New York Dolls (1985)
Super Best Collection (1990)
Rock'n Roll (1994)
Hootchie Kootchie Dolls (1998)
The Glam Rock Hits (1999)
Actress: Birth of The New York Dolls (2000)
Endless Party (2000)
New York Tapes 72/73 (2000)
Great Big Kiss (reissue of Seven Day Weekend and Red Patent Leather, 2002)
Looking For A Kiss (2003)
Manhattan Mayhem (2003)
20th Century Masters – the Millennium collection: the best of New York Dolls (2003)

"Personality Crisis" / "Looking for a Kiss" (1973)
"Trash" / "Personality Crisis" (1973)
"Jet Boy" / "Vietnamese Baby" (1973)
"Stranded in the Jungle" / "Don't Start Me Talkin'" (1974)
"(There's Gonna Be A) Showdown" / "Puss 'n' Boots" (1974)
"Jet Boy" // "Babylon" / "Who Are the Mystery Girls" (1977, UK)
"Bad Girl" / "Subway Train" (1978, Germany)
"Gimme Luv and Turn On the Light" (2006)
"Fool for You Baby" (2011)
"Dolled UP" (2014)

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