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A new release!!!

She’s a wild cat – she’ll rip your heart out and leave you for dead

that cat nip has gone to her head

She’s a WILD CAT!

Back from my day’s at the New York city club scene – Max’s Kansas City, The Mudd Club and CBGB’s A straight forward rock song with some punkish overtones –

A catchy guitar riff, drums and a bass guitar thats it

Get your Wild Cat on!

I was rummaging through one of my many compartmental spaces in my home and came across some interesting memorabilia from my days managing the production at the Mudd Club. I still must search the web for pictures as I really do not have many from those days, only the few that I have when I played at the Mudd with my band, The Lampshades. (So, forgive me for plagiarizing some photo’s-actually who cares). I vaguely remember the Mudd club deviant cards that was made up and I think it was done in the 4th floor art gallery, and they were laminated too! Surprised that Steve (Dr. Mudd) bought a laminator. I also think it was given out by Keith Haring, but I’m not sure as most of the time after the bands were set up it was hard to distinguish who was who and what the hell, they were doing but it was all fun and debauchery at the end of the night. Here is my deviant Mudd card – Yes, I looked extremely deviant.

I found Keith’s deviant card on the internet. I don’t think he looks that deviant.
Here was the back of the card with Dr. Mudd (Steve) in the Lab.
I don’t think anyone has seen the back of the card
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I also have not seen the back of this card ever posted on the internet.

The next 2 items I came across was a couple of buttons — for the life of me I don’t know how I got these. Altough a good piece of lost memories, and when I say lost, I mean lost, not to be found.

Mudd Video Button
Here is a Captain Kirk in drag makeup Button

As said, I really don’t have any other photo’s of the club except when I played the Mudd – I posted these before by what the hell here they are again. My time at the Mudd Club was only in the early 80’s for about 2 years or so. I was not there when it first opened in 78, I started working there in early 81 until about 82ish. Experienced a lot of good bands and some real shit ones – The DJ’s where Hot, Anita Sarko, David Azarch kept the place moving. I Worked when Frank Zappa played there, mixed Johnny Thunders in his acoustic set (what a trip), set up Question Mark and the Mysterians, Sam and Dave, Reggae, Samba, & Punk bands–You name it I worked it. Usually ending the night at 4am or so in the morning and then out to an afterhours club and when those doors opened the sun was out and my trek back home to Long Island to bed or crashing in the city at a friends place and start all over again later that night back at the Mudd Club!

Anita Sarko