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  • The Skip Battin and Kim Fowley penned song "America's Great National Pastime" was taken from the album and released as a single in late November, but it failed to chart on either side of the Atlantic.The Byrds-Wikipedia
  • Zevon's first attempt at a solo album, Wanted Dead or Alive (1969), was spearheaded by 1960s cult figure Kim Fowley but received almost no attention and did not sell well.Warren Zevon-Wikipedia
  • Among other things, she alludes to verbal and sexual abuse endured by the band members at the hands of their management, specifically Kim Fowley.Lita Ford-Wikipedia
  • In July 2015, Jackie Fuchs (formerly Jackie Fox of The Runaways) alleged that Kim Fowley raped her on New Year's Eve 1975, at a party following a Runaways performance at an Orange County club.Joan Jett-Wikipedia
  • Most of the tracks were written with collaborators like Kim Fowley, who dictated from his hospital bed (he died of cancer in January 2015).Ariel Pink-Wikipedia
  • A further single, "You Better Run" was released on Columbia Records and produced by Kim Fowley.Slade-Wikipedia

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