Rare video of Iggy Pop inventing stage-diving and smearing peanut butter on his chest


8 Responses to “Rare video of Iggy Pop inventing stage-diving and smearing peanut butter on his chest”

  1. Anonymous says:

    100% natural

  2. Anonymous says:

    I just loved the fellow who was interviewed for bringing his kids to the show. It’s almost like they wanted him to criticize and go on about those darn kids, but instead, he was Mr. Awesome. A+

  3. DevNall says:

    This same festival was discussed in Lester Bangs’ essay about the Stooges in the Nov/Dec 1970 issues of Creem. Like most of Bangs’ work, it’s a great article.

  4. Anonymous says:

    maybe 10 years ago, it was common to hear that this was considered the only live stooges footage. so much has surfaced since then though…

  5. hbl says:

    Excitable boy, they all said.

  6. Anonymous says:

    LOL When I first saw saw this I skipped the header and went right to the text, where my immediate reaction to the first sentence was, “What!? That’s bogus! Moe, Larry and Shemp were on the Milton Berle show back in the ’50s!” :P

  7. Ugly Canuck says:

    Somebody once told me that “iggy” was the Finnish word for “sweat”.
    Is that true?

  8. Doomsville says:

    That footage is great but, not rare.
    I’m pretty sure it’s included in the documentary – “Jesus? This is Iggy” and I recall seeing it for the first time in the long-lost PBS series “Rock and Roll” (1995). I was in Jr. High at the time and that exact section with the stage dive/peanut butter changed my taste in music instantly and forever. This is the most complete version I have ever seen. Worth clickin’ around for!

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