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Garage punk band The Cramps standing outside the CBGB (1977).

Dee Dee and Joey of the Ramones arriving at the club (1977).

The Cramps standing outside CBGBs, photo by Godlis, 1977

"Children by the million sing for Alex Chilton when he comes around.   They sing 'I'm in love. What's that song?  I'm in love with that song.'"  -  Alex Chilton

Alex Chilton, Bowery 1977 We were on the median strip on the Bowery shooting what became a 45 single sleeve for Alex’s “Bangkok.” A drop of rain landed on the camera lens by accident. Definitely a lucky night!

With Mick Jones (of The Clash), 1977: | Punk Icon Viv Albertine Shares Her Greatest Style Moments

Punk Icon Viv Albertine Shares Her Greatest Style Moments

With Mick Jones (of The Clash), 1977: | Punk Icon Viv Albertine Shares Her Greatest Style Moments

Pink Floyd

Gravadora lança obra completa do Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd: Richard Wright, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Roger Waters. (Other member: Syd Barrett)

The great CBGB IN NYC many played or just created mayhem

The great CBGB IN NYC many played or just created mayhem

After Hours Pictures of Patti Smith, Blondie, and the Ramones Like You've Never Seen Them Before Photos | W Magazine

After Hours Pictures of Patti Smith, Blondie, and the Ramones Like You've Never Seen Them Before

In New York in the the club CBGB was synonymous with punk – and David Godlis was there to capture it all on his Leica. Check out his iconic shots of everyone from Debbie Harry and Patti Smith to Ramones

The Ramones, who are arguably one of the artists most closely associated with the CBGB, performing (1977). | 17 Awesome Photos That Captured CBGB's Iconic 1970s Punk Scene

The Ramones, who are arguably one of the artists most closely associated with the CBGB, performing (1977).

The Ramones performing at CBGB Photo by David Godlis.

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