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PostSubject: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:58 am

It took some time and plenty of passion to get this done.
Per Nilsen and myself (Jim Lahde of Wixom, Michigan) compiled this some
years ago. It was understood not to unveil it as Per was working on a book.
But since Trynka's fine book came out out there's not too many stones
left untouched. Thus I thought this would be a nice addition to the board.



The Stooges concerts 1968-74

1968
Jan. 20 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (Filling in for SRC)
3 Mar Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
30 Mar Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
31 Mar Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
7 Apr Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
17 Apr Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
21 Apr Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
25 Apr “The Freak Dance”: Pontiac Building, Detroit, MI
28 Apr Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
26 May Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
1 June Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
23 June Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
13 July (late show) Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
28 July “Youth International Party Festival of Life”: Oakland University, Rochester, MI
11 Aug Mother’s, Romeo, MI
23 Aug Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
Late Aug Delta Community College, University Center, MI
1 Sep “Oakland Pop Festival”: Baldwin Pavilion, Rochester, MI [Or was it held at the Oakland University?]
6 Sep “Dialogue 68”: First Unitarian Church, Detroit, MI
7 Sep “Dialogue 68”: First Unitarian Church, Detroit, MI
8 Sep Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
22 Sep Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
23 Sep Union Ballroom, Ann Arbor, MI [Benefit for MC5 and Children’s Community School.]
8 Oct Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI [The show when Danny Fields and Jac Holzman brought the contracts for MC5 and The Stooges.]
11 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
12 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
13 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
30 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
31 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
3 Nov Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI
8 Nov Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, MI
21 Nov Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
27 Nov Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
28 Nov Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
30 Nov Grande, Cleveland, OH
15 Dec Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI [Benefit for the needy.]
27 Dec Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
28 Dec Sports Arena, Toledo, OH
31 Dec Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

1969
5 Jan Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
1 Apr “Obsidian Art Festival”: McKenny Hall Ballroom, Ypsilianti, MI
27 Apr Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
9 May The Crow’s Nest (East), Madison Heights, MI
10 May The Crow’s Nest (West), Dearborn, MI
23 May Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH [Iggy meets Wendy Weisberg. They married on July 12th 1969.]
24 May The Crow’s Nest (West), Dearborn, MI
30 May “First Annual Rock & Roll Revival”: Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI
6 June Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
7 June “Festival After The Festival”: Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI
4 July “Rock and Roll Revival No. 2”: Raceway, Mt. Clemens, MI
5 July “Saugatuck Pop Festival”: Pottawatami Beach, Saugatuck, MI
6 July Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
13 July Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
? July “Delta Pops Festival”: Delta Community College, University Center, MI
18 July Fifth Forum Theatre, Ann Arbor, MI
19 July Fifth Forum Theatre, Ann Arbor, MI
23 July Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI [Benefit for the “John Sinclair Defense Fund.”]
3 Aug “Mt. Clemens Pop Festival”: Sportsman’s Park, Mt. Clemens, MI
13 Aug Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI]
17 Aug Speedway, Milan, MI
22 Aug Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
23 Aug Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
31 Aug Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
31 Aug “Rock and Roll Picnic”: Benedictine Stadium, Detroit, MI
5 Sep The Pavilion, Flushing Meadow Park, New York, NY
6 Sep The Pavilion, Flushing Meadow Park, New York, NY
9 Sep The Tea Party, Boston, MA
10 Sep The Tea Party, Boston, MA
11 Sep The Tea Party, Boston, MA
19 Sep Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
20 Sep Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
27 Sep Pavilion, Wampler’s Lake, MI
3 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
4 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
5 Oct “WTAC Pop Festival”: Sherwood Forest, Davison, MI
13 Oct Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
18 Oct Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI
26 Oct “Cosmic Circus”: King Animal Land, Richmond, MI
31 Oct “Black Magic and Rock & Roll Festival”: Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI
11 Nov “A Day of Peace”: Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI [Cancelled due to a riot at the October 31st show.]
15 Nov Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI
22 Nov The Borderline, Richmond, MI
26 Nov “Saginaw Pop Festival”: Auditorium, Saginaw, MI [The Stooges probably didn’t appear.]
30 Nov Forsythe Jr. High, Ann Arbor , MI
26 Dec Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
27 Dec Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
29 Dec “Chicago Pop Festival”: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL

1970
9 Jan Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, OH
13 Jan Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI
16 Jan Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
24 Jan “Free John Sinclair”: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
25 Jan “Free John Sinclair”: Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
30 Jan Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
31 Jan Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
7 Feb Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI
13 Feb Woodrose Ballroom, Springfield, MA
21 Feb Ungano’s, New York, NY
22 Feb Ungano’s, New York, NY
23 Feb Ungano’s, New York, NY
24 Feb Ungano’s, New York, NY
6 Mar Civic Arena, St. Clair Shores, MI
7 Mar “St. Louis Pop Festival”: Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO
13 Mar (early show) Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, OH
13 Mar (late show) Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, OH
14 Mar (early show) Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, OH
14 Mar (late show) Ludlow Garage, Cincinnati, OH
21 Mar Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI
25 Mar Rainy Daze, St. Louis, MO
26 Mar “Cincinnati Pop Festival”: Gardens, Cincinnati, OH
27 Mar The Midway, Royal Oak, MI
10 Apr Palladium, Birmingham, MI
12 Apr Sherwood Forest, Davison, MI
Late April/early May Whisky A Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA [Steve Mackay joined to play saxophone in April.]
15 May New Old Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
16 May New Old Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
5 June Palladium, Birmingham, MI
6 June Pavilion, Wampler’s Lake, MI
13 June “Cincinnati Summer Pop Festival”: Crosley Field, Cincinnati, OH
26 June “Midsummer Night Rock”: Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI
27 June People’s Fair, Stephensonpoint, WI
3 July Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
4 July Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
18 July “Big Ten Summer Music Festival”: Soldier Field, Chicago, OH
19 July Tartar Field, Detroit, MI
24 July Palladium, Birmingham, MI
25 July Pavilion, Wampler’s Lake, MI
26 July “The Newport Festival”: Chester County, PA
July/Aug Rainy Daze, St. Louis, MO [Before Fun House was released.]
Early Aug “Harmonyville”: Delaware River, North New Jersey, NJ [The festival was between 4-9 August.]
8 Aug “Goose Lake International Music Festival”: Goose Lake Park, Jackson, MI [Dave Alexander’s last gig. Replaced by Zeke Zettner.]
18 Aug (early show) Ungano’s, New York, NY
18 Aug (late show) Ungano’s, New York, NY
19 Aug (early show) Ungano’s, New York, NY
19 Aug (late show) Ungano’s, New York, NY
20 Aug (early show) Ungano’s, New York, NY
20 Aug (late show) Ungano’s, New York, NY
27 Aug Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL [Probably didn’t happen.]
28 Aug Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL [Probably didn’t happen.]
30 Aug West Virginia rock festival [Cancelled.]
4 Sep Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
5 Sep U of D. Stadium, Detroit, MI
11 Sep Recreation Center, Wheaton, MD
12 Sep Falls Church, VA.
? Sep Action House, Long Island, NY
20 Sep Arena, Windsor, Canada
10 Oct Palladium, Birmingham, MI
31 Oct The Ritz Theatre, New York, NY
13 Nov Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
14 Nov Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI [Steve McKay left circa November 1970]
22 Nov The Borderline, Detroit, MI
5 Dec High School, Farmington, MI [James Williamson’s first gig.]
12 Dec Palladium, Birmingham, MI
? Dec Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY
? Gilligan’s, Buffalo, NY

1971
13 Apr Vanity Ballroom, Detroit, MI [Line-up for 1971 gigs: James and Ron (guitar), Jimmy Recca (bass), and Scott (drums).]
17 Apr Opera House, Chicago, IL
24 Apr Palladium, Birmingham, MI
April/May Creelman Hall, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
30 Apr Madison, WI
1 May Grand Rapids, MI
5 May Dilly Lounge, Pittsburgh, PA
9 May The Depot, Minneapolis, MN
12 May Richmond, VA
13 May Northport High School, Long Island, NY [Cancelled by the authorities of the school because they were afraid of Iggy’s antics.]
14 May The Electric Circus, New York, NY
15 May The Electric Circus, New York, NY
21 May Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI [Cancelled due to Scott Asheton’s hospitalisation after crashing a van into a bridge.]
22 May Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI
26 May Music Palace, St. Louis, MO [Cancelled because the equipment arrived too late. The gig was moved to The Factory, the next day.]
27 May The Factory, St. Charles, MO [This is the circulating 37-minute recording usually listed as being from Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis.]
28 May Tumbleweed, Walled Lake, MI [Cancelled because the band was stuck in St. Louis.]
29 May Sports Arena, Toledo, OH [Most likely cancelled.]
30 or 31 May “East Coast First Great Lighter Than Air Fair”: Monroe Estates, Pittsburgh, PA [Most likely cancelled.]
? June Unknown club (owned by Punch Andrews), Ann Arbor, MI [Without Iggy and James.]
16 July Palladium, Hollywood, CA [Cancelled because the band had broken up.]
24 July Pavilion, Wampler’s Lake, MI [Cancelled.]
7 Aug Pavilion, Wampler’s Lake, MI [Cancelled.]

1972
15 July King Sound, King’s Cross Cinema, London, UK

1973
27 Mar Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI
8 June Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA [Cancelled.]
15 June Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL [With Tornado Turner (Sky Warnklein) on guitar instead of James Williamson.]
20 June (early show) Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA [Ex-Prime Movers Bob Scheff played piano during the Whisky A-Go-Go engagement.]
20 June (late show) Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
21 June (early show) Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
21 June (late show) Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
22 June (early show) Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
22 June (late show) Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
23 June Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA [Iggy injured his back on a miscalculated dive into the audience three nights into the stand and because of this they only played one set instead of two the last two nights.]
24 June Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
6 July Civic Arena, St. Clair Shores, MI
30 July Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY [Scott Thurston’s first gig as pianist with the Stooges.]
31 July Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY
1 Aug Max’s Kanskas City, New York, NY [The two last Max’s shows were postponed due to injuries Iggy inflicted during the second show.]
2 Aug Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY (Cancelled)
6 Aug Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY
7 Aug Max’s Kansas City, New York, NY
10 Aug Pender Auditorium, Vancouver, Canada [Start of a booking agency tour under new management.]
11 Aug Pender Auditorium, Vancouver, Canada
17 Aug Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ
18 Aug American Theatre, St. Louis, MO
18 Aug American Theatre, St. Louis, MO
19 Aug J.F. Kennedy Center, Washington DC
1 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
2 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
3 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
4 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
15 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
16 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
17 Sep Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
21 Sep Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN
5 Oct Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI
6 Oct Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI
8 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
8 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
9 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
9 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
10 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
10 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
11 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
11 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
12 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
12 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
13 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
13 Oct Richards, Atlanta, GA
17 Oct Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
17 Oct Whisky A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA
31 Oct The Matrix, San Francisco, CA [Cancelled.]
1 Nov The Matrix, San Francisco, CA [Cancelled.]
? Dec Daytona Beach, FL
? Dec Jacksonville, FL [This was the next gig after Daytona Beach.]
late Dec Mother’s, Nashville, TN
late Dec Knoxville, TN
late Dec Indianapolis, IN
? Dec The Latin Casino, Cherry Hill, NJ
28 Dec Joint In The Woods, Parsippany, NJ
31 Dec Academy of Music, New York, NY
31 Dec Academy of Music, New York, NY [Possibly one set only.]

1974
11 Jan Bimbo’s 365 Club, San Francisco, CA [Bimbo’s shows replaced cancelled shows at The Matrix, 31 Oct and 1 Nov 1973.]
11 Jan Bimbo’s 365 Club, San Francisco, CA
12 Jan Bimbo’s 365 Club, San Francisco, CA
12 Jan Bimbo’s 365 Club, San Francisco, CA
18 Jan Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH
19 Jan Sports Arena, Toledo, OH
20 Jan Stone Hearth, Madison, WI
21 Jan The Brewery MSU West, Lansing, MI
24 or 25 Jan Victory Burlesque Theatre, Toronto, Canada
24 or 25 Jan Victory Burlesque Theatre, Toronto, Canada
30 Jan My Father’s Place, Roslyn (Long Island), NY
31 Jan My Father’s Place, Roslyn (Long Island), NY
1 Feb My Father’s Place, Roslyn (Long Island), NY
2 Feb Capitol Theatre, Portchester, NY
4 Feb Rock ‘n’ Roll Farm, Wayne, MI
9 Feb Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI (Metallic KO)


Comments:
The list does not specify how the Stooges were billed. They were known as The Psychedelic Stooges until Oct 1969. From late 1970 or so, the billing was often Iggy and The Stooges. In 1972, 1973, and 1974 it was sometimes just Iggy Pop.

List compiled by Per Nilsen and Jim Lahde.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:58 am

Hey, Do you have photo's from any of those shows? Smile especially detroit ones ? Smile

cheers and thanks so much, this is the most useful thing on here Smile im serious ! I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR SOMETHING LIKE THIS FOREVER !!

thanks so much !


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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:14 pm

In terms of photos, I don't have anything that isn't already posted on this board. Fact is I was born a generation too late. All the cool burnouts in my neighborhood had older siblings who loved this band, yet when I was seven the Sex Pistols broke. I had heard about them and was introduced to them at 15 or 16 (1985-86). Since then I have studied microfilm seeking out their history.
God bless the Stooges.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:24 pm

I also missed a date.
The Stooges played Guelph, Canada
between May 15 and May 21 of 1971.
The show was shutdown by the Guelph University president because it was too loud and was being played near his residence. I also believe a roadie got too rowdy (tequila) and had fell from the upper scaffolding.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 12:26 pm

great list man! thanks for posting
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 1:03 pm

Thanks for all the info ! Smile

PS - Microfilm ? like video ? ... what video ya got ?

cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 1:18 pm

I don't have film footage either.
But I did have a gig list. So I went to the University library, looked up old newspaper microfilm that fit in with certain dates and nailed down dates. Fanzines are also on film. Yet there are certain dates that have been near impossible to find.
For example - The Stooges played the Action House in Long Island in the fall of 1970. I can't find that gig. They played Cherry Hill, New Jersey in late 1973, it's the Double Danger gig. I also can't find that date. But I do know this- they played "I wanna be your dog" for a Philadelphia TV station in 1969 live. It was either aired or filed away. No one knows what happened to the footage. This was footage of the band before their first album or soon thereafter. If memory serves me right it was the day of or the day before they played the Electric Factory with Buddy Miles.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 2:08 pm

wow, what other info do you have ? I'm also from michigan(mid michigan)

cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 2:28 pm

In terms of info, there's so much to this band.
There's three different incarnations of it, beginning in 1966 or 67.
To attempt to delve into all the machinations of where they come from as individuals to the scene they grew up in and around to how they grew is not possible to do in a few words. The 1960s, Ann Arbor-elitism, politics, Vietnam, Michigan-based rock and roll competition, drugs and all the variables that this band was a product of cannot be duly noted in short form. To put things into context the band's first album came out the same week as Woodstock took place. The Hippie movement didn't last much longer, yet The Stooges certainly didn't make too much sense then. Look at 'em now though. They were 20 years ahead of their time.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:56 pm

Fuck! Thanks for that! I'll make this a pinned topic! Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:02 pm

Superb - a really impressive feat of dedicated sleuthing. Thanks very much to Jim, and to Per, for making this invaluable research available to us all.

Hey, have you got a list of all of Iggy's solo gigs too? That would be amazing.

Cheers,

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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 1:21 am

Thanks to all involved in this.
Great info.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 2:37 am

Yeh thanks for putting the effort in, whats the book mentioned - or has it not been published? - also what about the very first gig Halloween night in 1967?


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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 3:43 am

http://goto.glocalnet.net/igged/Stooges%20Playlist.htm

I lost the lust to continue when I had some harddisc crashes, some years ago. But If people here can help me complete the dates after 1987 I can try to update it. I have to see if I can work on find all not working links etc.


adams66 wrote:
Superb - a really impressive feat of dedicated sleuthing. Thanks very much to Jim, and to Per, for making this invaluable research available to us all.

Hey, have you got a list of all of Iggy's solo gigs too? That would be amazing.

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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:50 am

Great list, I live in north Florida, I'll try and find out some more info about the Jax and Daytona dates.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 6:37 am

Nice one Jim. I read something some time ago about Per re-releasing his Wild One book with updated info, so I sold my copy. Is this not going to happen now because of Paul T's book?

My personal view is that Per's book while not being quite as in depth as Paul's, was great for looking up things again and again with relevant pictures on every page, etc. I for one would welcome it's re-release.

In your research I wonder if you've come across what live/demo Stooges tapes are out there but yet to be released onto trader networks? Maybe Richard Adams can add to this too?


As far as I know there are tapes out there of:

Stooges 1st album Outtakes - (further to those on the Rhino 2CD)
Stooges - Unganos 1970 (not sure which date)
Stooges - Chicago 1971 (I'm guessing 17 April - from your list)
Stooges - Birmingham 1971 (known to exist in 1979 - according to liner notes on Matt Gimmick's Detroit Renaissance EP)

I've been trying to track down Matt Gimmick with no success, emailing any tenuous link to him on the web (anyone help??)

I emailed Leni Sinclair last month - she's got a ton of MC5 stuff but just a few Stooges photos, no vid or audio.

I recently had some correspondence with the owner of Unganos + other early outtakes and was told negotiations for it's release are ongoing.


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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 7:15 am

yeh i'd definitly buy The Wild One, borrowed if off a friend and it was a great book, i'd welcome a rerelease too!

also, yeh i hope rhino get into the mix as well, no offense to easyaction, cos theyre boxsets are great, but rhino always does a good job, the complete funhouse was a great boxset and the rereleases of the first two albums are some of the best put together CDs ive ever seen, in regard to their look ad content, liner notes (not to mention the debuts extra CD)

i really hope someone can get it out there
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:52 am

Id Hope to find that Birmingham 71... that'd rock ! and i hope Ungano is soon released !
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 4:12 pm

The last time I corresponded with Per was right after the release of Easy Action's Heavy Liquid set. Before that he was talking about putting out a re-release of "The Wild One" with more updated information, but that's where it ended. As of now I don't know what he's doing, but I'm sure he's busy doing something as he's a go-getting dude.
As for tapes, I have heard of the Ungano's tape and the Chicago 71 tape. I think Danny Fields had them. What he's done with them I don't know, but hope they find their way out soon as they'd be great to hear. The Matt Gimmick 71 tape I have also heard of, yet much less. I think I read about it in passing one time and that's it. I used to own Matt Gimmick's 1979 Detroit Rennaissance tape with Fresh Rag and another song, both of which were performed by Gimmick prior to that festival. I know nothing of outtakes from the first album as that's new to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Stooges gig list   Sat Mar 29, 2008 6:57 pm

The Wild One Per's excellent 1986 book on Iggy was pretty much the definitive volume for years and years.
It seems that Per tried to interest publishers in an updated version a few years back but with no success.
When I decided to write The Complete Iggy Pop I used Per's book as a benchmark, and attempted to come up with a book that I wanted to read, one that I hoped people would consult and return to as often as I had with The Wild One.
Per's book had not ben updated since 1988's second edition and I was disappointed with Joe Ambrose's biography (not enough detail for my liking, and it seemed to me that Ambrose didn't like his subject very much!) so that's when I decided to write The Complete Iggy Pop. This was before Paul Trynka's superb Open Up And Bleed came out - if I'd known about Paul's definitive biography I would probably have been put off doing mine (as I reckon it will be impossible to top Open Up And Bleed) even though my book is far more about the songs and the tours, more facts and figures based.
Sadly, both time constraints and a limited word count (which I had already gone way over) prevented me from finishing a complete gig list which is something I really wanted to include. The list above is exactly what I wish I had stuck out for and pushed to include in my book as I find that sort of detail fascinating.
I think, if we all pull together, we could easily compile the definitive gig list for the rest of Iggy's career. That's what the internet should be about - people from all over the world pooling their information.
I have quite a lot of detail from 1977 onwards and The Wild One has virtually every gig listed until 1987. From around 1999 I think I have a complete list, but it's the 1990's that I ran out of time to complete.
I'll gather up my gig lists over the next few days and make available what I have - maybe the rest of you can fill in the gaps (fairly large in places...)
Once again, hats off to Jim and Per for getting all this information together in the first place!
Cheers,
Richard
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