Sunday, September 3, 2017

Milk 'N' Cookies - Whiskey, Los Angeles 8-10-77

Milk 'n' Cookies were a PowerPop band from New York City that formed in 1973. In 1974 they went to England. There Sal Maida, former bass player for Roxy Music, joined the band and they record their only album, which was released in 1975. By early 1977 guitarist Ian North left the band and eventually formed a new band called Neo who had two songs on the Live At The Vortex album released in 1977. Milk 'n' Cookies went back to the US and added two guitarist to replace Ian North. They played around for a year or so but never released another record. This show recorded in Los Angeles has them as the opening band for Ramones. The introduction is by Rodney Bingenheimer. No new songs are played but they do two covers, The Best Part Of Breakin' Up, a song by The Ronettes, which is introduced as a song from their upcoming single, and a Beatles cover of You Can't Do That. This is an audience recording and had good sound quality. I got this copy in a cdr swap about 8 years ago and, unfortunately, the first song skips.
01. Chance To Play [1st set]
02. Just A Kid
03. Tinkertoy Tomorrow
04. (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up
05. The Last Letter
06. Buy This Record
07. (Dee Dee You're) Stuck On A Star [2nd set]
08. Just A Kid
09. Tinkertoy Tomorrow
10. (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up
11. The Last Letter
12. On The Outs
13. You Can't Do That


  1. Great! Thank you for these gigs and for shared all these good stuffs. If someone had the first song without skips, it will be very great of posted a link. Thank you to all in advance ....

    1. I'd also like the first song without skips.