Alice Cooper Group Filming “Ballad of Dwight Fry” 1971

17 thoughts on “Alice Cooper Group Filming “Ballad of Dwight Fry” 1971

  1. Dennis Dunaway still one of the Best Bass players who ever grabbed the 4 stringed instrument…..amazing footage thank you for sharing

    • I agree 100 percent. Dennis is one of the all time greatest bass players. Love the song, the album and the video. Thanks.

  2. This is an amazing video, and the fact that it features ALL of the band members is a plus. The sound and picture quality are very good for 1971. Someone did a good job of preserving this iconic group’s performance. Too bad there wasn’t MTV then. It would have been very popular!

  3. The first live concert I attended was to see the Alice Cooper band at Christmas time in 1973 in Toronto. It was The Billion Dollar Babies tour. Great singer, great musicians, great performance.

  4. wow…rips me out of this place and drags me back to a place I’m almost too afraid to go to. Thanks for the ride Alice.

  5. Flashbacks to 6th grade, when I first heard this song. The radio station only played it late at night, the beginning of my night owl years. Loved it!!! Wore out 2 copies of “Love It To Death”, and now working on the CD. My kids don’t like it, but what the hell do they know? They shall not trod on my memories, lol.

  6. This is awesome! Then again everything that
    Alice does is incredibly awesome . A fan since
    I was 5 yrs old. Oh what I wouldn’t give to
    Have a day in the life of a legend .

  7. This video is amazing. I’m speechless. Vincent, Glen, Michael, Dennis and Neil all together and the video and sound are excellent. You don’t see many quality videos in 1971 like this one. Truly amazing!!!!!

  8. I LOVE IT MADLY CAUSE I LOVE ALICE COOPER AND ALL OF HIS BANDS. EVERYONE IS TERRIFIC. THEY HAVE SO MUCH PASSION AND POWER WHEN THEY PLAY TOGETHER.

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