Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Debbie Harry & Tiger Bomb (w/ Joey Ramone): Live in NYC, 1987



In honour of his new posthumous album, we've been celebrating the life and legacy of Jeff Hyman (a.k.a. Joey Ramone - more HERE). Yesterday, we mentioned an unheralded duet between Blondie's Deborah Harry and Joey Ramone and today we have a fine-sounding live set that features both of those CBGB's vets. Debbie's part of the set, is pretty aggressive featuring, amongst the Blondie tracks, covers of The Damned's "New Rose" and Suicidal  Tendencies' "Institutionalized" (yeah, you read that right!) Then Debbie brings out Joey for three storming tracks, including two Ramones classic and the then-recent duet between the two, "Go Lil Camaro Go". 






1. (00:01:00) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - introduction by John Waters
2. (00:03:42) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - New Rose
3. (00:03:00) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - Danger (Red Light)
4. (00:03:16) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - Liar Liar
5. (00:05:26) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - Institutionalized
6. (00:02:40) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - In the Flesh
7. (00:06:27) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - Rapture
8. (00:02:52) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - Comic Books
9. (00:03:38) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb - Attack Of The Giant Ants
10. (00:01:11) Debbie Harry introduces Joey Ramone
11. (00:02:11) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb (with Joey Ramone) - Go Lil Camaro Go
12. (00:01:54) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb (with Joey Ramone) - Loudmouth
13. (00:02:27) Deborah Harry & Tiger Bomb (with Joey Ramone) - Havana Affair  



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Two questions:
Whaddya think of the Joey and Debbie show?
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21 comments:

  1. Readers,
    Two questions:
    Whaddya think of the Joey and Debbie show?
    Do ya wanna hear MORE Joey rarities?
    That's what THIS SECTION is for.
    https://rapidshare.com/files/301049823/DH___TB_w_JR_Lv_NYC_87.rar

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  2. Yow — awesome stuff. Never knew this was out there — nice work.

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  3. this is great! thanks, as always!

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  4. I may not keep this but I'm downloading it know to have a good listen.

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  5. Damn right I want more Joey!! Thanks man!!

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  6. Great Stuff Thanks!

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  7. Thank for the Joey stuff more please. Also Graham Parker. Cheers for all your good work

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  8. Great stuff! More please!!

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  9. In the words of The Andrea True Connection:
    "More, More, More!"

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  10. Excellent post. Thanks a lot!

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  11. Thanks for all the COMMENTS - you shall have more JOEY!

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  12. rarities are fantastic!

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  13. Thank you very much for this. Very much appreciated.

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  14. thanks for this Jeffen,"Go Lil Camaro Go" is one of my favourite songs ever...

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    1. I remember not liking '87 but I dig it now.

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  15. Thank you !! Thank You !!

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  16. Wow...I was actually at this exact show!!!

    It was an AIDS benefit called "Where the Rubber Meets the Road". In addition to Blondie (as Tiger Bomb) and the Ramones, they also had Phillip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Husker Du, and William Burroughs doing a reading from "The Naked Lunch". What an incredible show, I'll always remember that.

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  17. Sadly, can't comment much as the link is dead, but would have sold my soul to hear it. These are 2 great icons from the NYC CBGB's Punk daze (did I spell days right) and as a Montrealer escaping the mandatory French Insurrection in La Belle Province, I popped down to NYC in the 8 hr trip to become the next Andy Warro! There was a guy there already with a diff spelling fouling up my plans to conquer the big apple, so finally headed back up to Toronto, but not before a year and a half in NYC. Something at the ripe age of 20 I'll remember for the rest of my life. As Rapidshare is history, sadly so is this link, but as part of history, would love to see it living here again, if not for Joey, then in honour of Blondie's 40th Anniversary this year! Historic moments like this should never disappear into oblivion

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