IGGY And ZIGGY / SISTER MIDNIGHT
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U.S. pressing of this landmark live album from Iggy and his band, who featured a certain Mr. Bowie on keyboards. Sister Midnight Live was recorded at the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio, on March 21st, 1977, part of Iggy Pop's three night stand at this venue. It captured an important moment in the history of popular music and will not only appeal to determined collectors of all things Iggy and Ziggy, but to all fans of electrifying in-your-face Rock 'n' Roll. With fine voice, singing with a sense of control and dynamics, and at a time when he had so much to prove, Iggy left no doubt he still was a solid singer and electrifying front man. Nine of the twelve tracks here are drawn from the Stooges' repertoire. Guitarist Ricky Gardiner is every bit as skilful as say Ron Asheton or James Williamson, while Hunt Sales on drums, and Tony Sales on bass, are a solid rhythm section that feeds Iggy with the energy he needs to be uniquely Iggy. Bowie's playing provides the proverbial icing on the cake, and gives a new dimension and color to songs you were previously accustomed to hearing without keyboards.