New York Dolls 1974 Documentary Surfaces To Promote Classic Rock Auctions

New York Dolls 1974 Documentary Surfaces To Promote Classic Rock Auctions

February 21, 2011

Vintage, 37-year old 16mm film of the New York Dolls from Toronto’s Massey Hall has surfaced to promote a series of Classic Rock themed auctions from eBay seller EliteWorks — —

A Canadian film crew captured the New York Dolls (along with opening act KISS) for a never-before-seen documentary on Glitter Rock, which also includes brief interviews with lead singer David Johansen and rhythm guitarist Sylvain Sylvain. This footage was shot on June 15, 1974 as the Dolls were touring in support of the second album, In Too Much To Soon.

Several one-of-a-kind 1970s-80s collectables are featured in the Classic Rock auctions, including rare videotape masters, 32-year old reel-to-reels 2-track tapes from The Record Plant, tourbooks, test pressings, vintage signed and promotional albums, in-house paperwork, CDs, LP and concert posters, handbills, concert tickets and much more, including items from the following artists:

New York Dolls, Angel, STYX, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Cheap Trick, Poison, Danzig, The Donnas, Marilyn Manson, The Black Crows; 1960s artists such as Led Zeppelin, Eric Burdon and The Animals, Jeff Beck, The Faces, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart and Blue Cheer, lesser known cult acts such as Brownsville Station, The Producers, Legs Diamond, Trapeze, Slaughter, KEEL, Black ‘N Blue, Warlock/Doro Pesch, Redd Kross and even New York underground 1970s glam bands like The Brats, Teenage Lust, and Rags.

The auctions may be viewed here: —

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