"Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1976. The Ramones perform at The Club in Cambridge. The Boston area was the first major metro in which they performed outside of their native New York."
- Danny Fields
05-20-1976 Live-The Club- Cambridge MA.
08-12-1976 The Roxy
Rare Promotional Postcard.
Ramones live at the Roxy 1976 (Original Audio)
1. Loudmouth (0:00) 2. Beat on the brat (2:04) 3. Blitzkrieg bop (4:35) 4. Glad to see you go (6:53) 5. 53rd and 3rd (8:55) 6. I wanna be your boyfriend (11:20) 7. Havana Affair (13:43) 8. California sun (15:37) 9. Judy is a punk (17:33) 10. I don't wanna walk around with you (18:56) 11. Today your love tomorrow the world (20:28) 12. Let's Dance (23:20)
THE RAMONES At Your Birthday Party ( Live Recording 08-12-1976)
The Roxy, L.A. – 12 August 1976. The show was recorded for a radio broadcast and probably derives from a copy taped off the air. The whole concert has been officially released on the 2001 expanded CD version of Leave Home
08-11/12-1976 with Rodney Bigenheimer Backstage at The Roxy
"We did some shows in L.A with the Flamin' Groovies, a co-bill thing on August 11 and 12. We played two nights, the 16th and the 17th, at the Starwood on our own."
-Johnny Ramone, from his book Commando
Jenny Lens 08-14-76
Jenny Lens 08-16
With Rodney at KROQ
"We liked L.A right away, and they liked us. We met Rodney Bingenheimer, who was a really sweet guy. We did his show on KROQ and L.A became a very friendly place for us."
"The Ramones were staying at the Sunset Marquis, just down the street from the intersection of Sunset Blvd and Alta Loma. The band was wonderful to photograph and they really knew how to work the camera. They would all line up and strike their pose like they had already done it a thousand times before. It was so cute to watch. I am sure they were taught how to do the dog for the camera by their brilliant manager, Danny Fields, also a talented photographer. Both the Sunset Marquis and The Whiskey are still around. You can go for a visit and stand in the exact spot where Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee and Tommy once stood."