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Gina Harlow And The Cutthroats- Live At Max’s Kansas City LP ~REISSUE!

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Gina Harlow And The Cutthroats- Live At Max’s Kansas City LP.  Gina Harlow and the Cutthroats were born in the hey-day of Punk in New York City in 1977. Their shows at Max’s Kansas City, CBGB’s, Trax, Heat, Hurrah’s, and The Mudd Club were legendary. This LP is a live recording of the band's fourth gig that was released in '78 as their debut LP originally called ‘Live On Stage’. It was recorded with no overdubs, At Max’s Kansas City, preserving the raw, live sound of a new group in their infancy. Given the time period, it’s no surprise that you can hear elements of early Blondie and the Ramones in their sound and there are definately flashes of west coast bands like the Nuns and very early Go Gos. A nice slice of early New York punk from a band you don’t hear to much about with liner notes by Gina Harlow herself. Import from Italy.

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