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Have Some Fun: Live At Ungano's Limited Collector's Edition, Live


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To celebrate the release of Fun House in the summer of 1970, The Stooges brought the uncompromising ferocity of their second album to New York City and unleashed it within the cramped confines of Ungano's, a hole-in-the-wall club on the Upper West Side. A reel-to-reel set up in the audience recorded the manic maelstrom as the band performed the entire album -- except "L.A. Blues" -- along with the until-now unreleased tracks "Have Some Fun" and "My Dream Is Dead."

Track listing:

1. Going To Ungano's

2. Loose

3. Down On The Street

4. T.V. Eye

5. Dirt

6. 1970

7. Fun House

8. Have Some Fun/My Dream Is Dead


Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Collector's Edition, Live
  • Label: Rhino Handmade
  • ASIN: B004EC3DB8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,221 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By OBIE on February 4, 2011
Format: Audio CD
A very nice faux bootleg package by Rhino handmade using Danny Fields audience recording from a small club appearance. He was the person that originally got them signed to Elektra, so its not really a bootleg, but also not recorded with release in mind.

As with any audience sourced recording it's rough and not a professional recording, but it's a very accurate recording of what it sounded like seeing the Stooges play a small club in front of a stack of Marshall amps.

If you need a reference for the quality, it's similar to the Velvet Underground at Max's live album, but better than those european imports of other Stooges shows.

A very nice addition to the original Stooges catalog and featuring Ron on lead with Zeke Zettner on bass and Bill Cheatham on 2nd guitar.

Having seen the Stooges a couple times, all I can say is the recording sounds pretty much like it did at the shows, which made my ears ring for days.

A great set for Stooges fans who want everything and don't mind dealing with the recording limits of 1970 portable equipment.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Willy Chambers on June 26, 2011
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For an audience recording, "Have Some Fun" is really not bad at all. A fine document of the early era (the best, in my opinion) when Ron Asheton played guitar rather than bass. Here, the band is basically playing a live version of "Fun House" with the original tracking they wanted for the LP. What more could be asked for than this, beyond a similar, live album from 1969 or thereabouts? As already commented, the introduction is quite humorous, where a group of friends who are arriving prior to the show ask each other questions like "Wasn't Iggy in the MC5?" or make comments like "He's sort of a baby Mick Jagger" and so on. For anyone wanting to listen to the Stooges for the first time, I would suggest first picking up the studio albums in the order they were released: the self-titled first lp, "Fun House," and "Raw Power," followed by the present recording, the Bomp "Rough Power" and "The Year of the Iguana" editions, and finally, "Metallic K.O."
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bob Baker on January 25, 2011
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This is very genuine. It's kind of a bootleg recording, but the important thing is you can hear the show well. Takes me back to the Grande Ballroom 1971.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jorge Cordova on February 7, 2014
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When I saw the review that compared this to the Velvets Live at Max's I pulled the trigger on getting this cd. But the sound quality on this makes B. Polk (who recorded the Velvets tape) look like Rudy Van Gelder. Same old story; there are no old Stooges live tapes that sound (quality wise) good. Having said that, the performance is quite spirited and by the last song (consisting of the last two selections on the cd) Danny Fields has finally figured out a recording level that actually sounds decent.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Movie Buff on August 12, 2014
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Yes it's scuzzy sounding but what the hell, this was Iggy in his prime, a sex-crazed drugged up fiend who gave it all he got. Scott Asheton's drums drive the band along, and if you turn the volume up, you could almost be there. I wish I had been! Essential listening for all Stooges freaks.
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