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Looking For A Kiss - New York Dolls - Classic Tracks (CD)

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  1. Great Big Kiss Lyrics: Here comes my girl / Walkin down the street / Look how she walks / She gotta dancin beat / Big wavy hair / A little too long / All day long / She's singin a song / And when.
  2. NEW YORK DOLLS – PERSONALITY CRISIS and LOOKING FOR A KISS This week in , NEW YORK DOLLS released their self-titled debut album, NEW YORK DOLLS.
  3. Aug 15,  · Album · · 21 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Looking for a Kiss. 6. More by New York Dolls. New York Dolls In Too Much Too Soon 'Cause I Sez So One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This.
  4. Perhaps the centerpiece of the New York Dolls first album, “Looking for a Kiss” was a huge influence on the few people aware of its existence. A young Stephen Morrissey caught the.
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Great Big Kiss by New York Dolls (CD, Oct, 2 Discs, Sanctuary (USA)) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  6. A genuine rock classic, New York Dolls contains "Personality Crisis," "Looking for a Kiss," "Trash" and other wondrous slices of gutter poetry punctuated by David Jo Hansen's slangy howl and Johnny Thunders' sneering guitar. No home should be without one.
  7. When the New York Dolls released their debut album in , they managed to be named both "Best New Band" and "Worst Band" in Creem Magazine's annual reader's poll, and it usually takes something special to polarize an audience like that. And the Dolls were inarguably special -- decades after its release, New York Dolls still sounds thoroughly unique, a gritty, big-city amalgam of Stones-style.
  8. New York Dolls lead singer David Johansen strikes out on his own with his self-titled solo album, a collection of songs that feel, in a way, like a throwback to a time when the Dolls played.
  9. Jul 01,  · Yet looking at the cover, one begins to see a bit of ambiguity vis-à-vis the band's persona. This was, after all, the era of David Bowie's majestic androgyny, and the Dolls were dressed for the ball. Their music, too, reflects a bit of dabbling, with some songs strutting with Jagger-esque overtones, while others are pure power punk.5/5(1).

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