This Day In Rock History: The Stooges release “Fun House”

September 6th,1970

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On this date in 1970, The Stooges release their second studio album “Fun House”. The Album was produced by ex-Kingsmen keyboardist Don Gallucci, who wanted to capture the energy of The Stooges live performances. “Fun House” was ranked 191st on the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time” by Rolling Stone magazine.

Iggy Pop – vocals
Ron Asheton – guitar
Dave Alexander – bass guitar
Scott Asheton – drums
Steve Mackay – saxophone
Don Gallucci – production, organ overdubs

The Stooges- “Fun House” (full album)

Apparently Maggie Bell of Stone The Crows was not a fan (Melody Maker, December 26th 1970)

Apparently Maggie Bell of “Stone The Crows” was not a fan (Melody Maker, December 26th 1970)

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Exiled New Englander now living in Canada. I dream in Spanish but can’t speak it. I wish I’d grown up as an old black man playin’ the blues just like my father.

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