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Review by Jeff Tamarkin, Boston Phoenix, The, 28 April 2009
THE BIG NEWS regarding the New York Dolls' second album since their reactivation five years ago is the return of Todd Rundgren as producer. ...
Review by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, January 1980
This seminal slab of early-70s punkitude, produced by unlikely Todd Rundgren, defines the sound and style of New Yorks contribution to new wave: a raunchy ...
Profile and Interview by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, October 1973
THE NEW YORK DOLLS are going to prove to be the ultimate rock critics' band, because, along with David Bowie, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, and ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 25 August 1973
THE NEW YORK Dolls are trash, they play rock 'n' roll like sluts and they've just released a record that can proudly stand beside Iggy ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 27 April 1974
Sloppy seconds ...
Review by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, 18 August 1973
Dolls: Junior Stones ...
Report by Michael Gross, NME, 25 August 1973
THE BACK room of Max's Kansas City is generally bathed in a pink glow of lighting effects. Depending on how much liquor you've consumed, it ...
Interview by Robert Sandall, Sunday Times, 26 April 2009
Only David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain remain from 1970s line-up for mix of classic rock and roll and reggae-style 'Trash' ...
Comment by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 19 July 1973
OUTRAGEOUS? Ridiculous? Unnecessary? These are typical reactions to the New York Dolls, the hottest group to hit the Big Apple since The Blues Project. Their ...
Special Feature by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, 3 January 1974
Do you think you can make it with Frankenstein? Or with David Jo Hansen? Or with Jerry Nolan? Or with Billy Murcia? Now that the ...
Live Review by Alan Betrock, Phonograph Record, October 1973
THE HEADLINER was Satan the Eternal-Fire-Eater, and the place was the Mercer Arts Center. The room was the Kitchen —approximately 13' x 60' in size. ...
Retrospective by Miles, History of Rock, The, 1983
ALTHOUGH THEY WERE one of the most influential bands of the early Seventies, the New York Dolls remain one of the least known. The ...
Review by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, April 1974
"WE DON'T PLAY too good, but we dance as bad as we want," Archie Bell once said by way of introduction to his fabulous Drells ...
Report and Interview by Anne Moore, Valley Advocate, 3 October 1973
LOS ANGELES – The New York Dolls are waiting to play a gig. The dressing room is crowded with well-wishers, friends, and groupies, this generation's ...
Retrospective and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, January 1995
The Stones in drag, the proto-Sex Pistols, Aerosmith's role models, Morrissey's mad aunts. What were the legendary New York Dolls about, other than leather, leopardskin, ...
Profile and Interview by Ben Edmonds, Creem, October 1973
(They're not a fag band. -Ed.) ...
Retrospective and Interview by Ian Fortnam, Kerrang!, July 2000
WHILE IT was the Rolling Stones who pretty much defined and trail-blazed the cavalier pursuit of decadence and debauchery in rock 'n' roll, it was ...
Retrospective and Interview by Kris Needs, Sounds, 25 June 1977
THE ONE gig I'm never ever gonna forget happened in early 1974 at the opening night of the Rainbow Room on the sixth floor of ...
Report and Interview by Nick Kent, NME, 26 January 1974
"NOW JOHN LENNON... y'know, that song 'Gimme The Truth'?" The Dolls' David Johansen's cracked Brooklyn drawl appears from the side of his mouth while a ...
Report by Dave Marsh, Melody Maker, 6 October 1973
GREAT WHITE ROCK has not often come from New York City and its surrounding boroughs, even though – or perhaps because the American music business ...
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