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  1. Jul 27,  · Most of us have never heard Billy Murcia’s drumming — New York Dolls, the New York Dolls’ self-titled debut album, was recorded and released in — yet his influence on the band’s sound is undeniable. His straightforward technique allowed the band to write simple songs that were both thought-provoking and great to party to.
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  3. ‎The New York Dolls created punk rock before there was a term for it. Building on the Rolling Stones' dirty rock & roll, Mick Jagger's androgyny, girl group pop, the Stooges' anarchic noise, and the glam rock of David Bowie and T. Rex, the New York Dolls created a new form of hard rock that presaged. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  4. Jul 13,  · The New York Dolls, American band whose raw brand of glam rock revitalized the New York City underground music scene in the s, foreshadowing punk rock by half a decade. The members were lead singer David Johansen (b. January 9, , New York, New York, U.S.), lead guitarist Johnny Thunders (byname of John Genzale; b. July 15, , New York—d. April 23, , New .
  5. New York Dolls [12/2] by New York Dolls (CD, Dec) $ New French Kiss '74/Actress: Birth of the New York Dolls by New York Dolls (CD, Dec, 2 Discs, Cleopatra).
  6. About New York Dolls The Dolls set the stage for punk to turn rock 'n' roll on its head in the late '70s. Their wild, burly, cross-dressed image together with their rough-and-tumble sound created an unforgettable rock 'n' roll Style-with-a-capital-S. Always teetering and stumbling, the Dolls' music, like the band itself, was in constant danger.
  7. "The New York Dolls may have suffered from too much, too soon, but the Big Apple group fronted by David Johansen left their mark in the wild world of rock 'n' raunch with their mid-seventies albums. With image on high, while kickin' it from the gutter, the Dolls slammed the glam with a punk edge, and a heavy lean on the sixties.

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