Alice Cooper- Killer 50th Anniversary 11-29

When I first saw Alice Cooper the Summer of 1971 about 100 miles south of Detroit in an Ohio cornfield, we had just begun to hear the name , and only because of the one song on the radio, “I’m Eighteen”. But before year’s end and the December release of Killer  , rock cognescenti would know that there were  new six-string gunslingers in town with  fully loaded clips of hollow-point hits including “Under My Wheels”,”Be My Lover”, the often misinterpreted anti-abuse song “Dead Babies”, and the Jim Morrison tribute “Desperado”. Band namesake Alice Cooper is my guest here In the Studio for the fiftieth anniversary of Killer  the week of November 29. –Redbeard