The Iggy/Bowie period is a sharp document of hedonism and salvation. Two rock stars sought salvation from the narcosis of LA, and moved to West Berlin, a move that would not only give birth to Bowie's celebrated Berlin period and resulting trilogy, but take Iggy Pop from the gutters to the stars with his first two solo albums in 1977.
Back on the road with The Idiot and the impending Lust For Life, Iggy bounced back to life for the 30 date 'Rock Around The World' tour, stopping at Santa Monica's Civic Auditorium on the way. Backed by Bowie himself and the formidable Sales brothers, Iggy explores his new lease of life with the usual swagger and onstage psychosis. Pitching Fun House against The Idiot was sure gonna be one to watch!
A limited edition cassette with machine numbered 12-page J Card. Includes background liner notes and archival imagery.