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Wayne County at the Trucks!
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CD

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MR 267CD MR 267CD
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RELEASE DATE
11/20/2012

2006 release. "In 1974, as a music journalist and a David Bowie fan, I became aware of Wayne County in the pages of Hit Parader and Circus Magazine. While Bowie had seemed sexually threatening as Ziggy, he paled in comparison to Wayne County. This recording is from a 'live' performance at the Westbeth Theatre in Manhattan; the show was titled 'Wayne County At the Trucks!', financed and produced by David Bowie's Mainman organization, which had worked with a solo Mick Ronson, Lou Reed, Mott The Hoople and Iggy Pop. This performance was revolutionary in many ways. Wayne County was the most outrageous and challenging character rock and roll had ever seen, making Bowie look like John Denver in comparison, and the setting for Wayne At the Trucks was in keeping with Wayne's previous tenure as a star of theater, in Andy Warhol's Pork (where Wayne first caught the eyes of Angie & David Bowie) and other productions." --Jimi LaLumia, NYC 2006