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Sweet Jane - Lou Reed - On Trial...As Recorded By His Lawyer (Vinyl, LP)

13.11.2019
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  1. In his trashiest LP, Sally Can’t Dance, Lou Reed turned his own poetry into graffiti; on Street Hassle, he turns street graffiti into poetry, with all the telephone numbers left in. Now when he.
  2. Recorded in NYC at the Bottom Line utilizing the Binaural recording system (which places microphones in the ears of mannequin heads positioned strategically to simulate human listening perspectives), Take No Prisoners is peppered with Lou Reed’s standup comedy sarcasm and filled with his personal rants between and during songs, played with a.
  3. The Velvet Underground may have influenced hundreds of bands since the late s, but it was Lou Reed's second solo album Transformer () that contained "Walk on the Wild Side," a surprise hit single that introduced the iconoclastic New Yorker to the general public. That uneven album set the stage for much of his career -- Reed's personal, commercial and artistic interests change faster.
  4. A vinyl box-set that captures the absolute prime of Lou Reed’s 70’s solo career. I mean just look at the albums included here: Transformer! Berlin! Street Hassle! Coney Island Baby! All these and two more besides, pressed to 12” vinyl and presented in replica sleeves along with a detail-packed 30 page book. 6LP set on RCA.
  5. Jun 27,  · Some versions of these performances, taken from soundboard mixes, were first issued in by Mercury Records as part of a double LP, The Velvet Underground Live, while other audience recorded versions released were taken from cassette tapes made by the late Bob Quine, a huge fan and, at the time, a St. Louis law student who later went on.
  6. Oct 19,  · A concert at the Mann Music Centre in Philadelphia in July also released as LP with the name On trusgivawhirepiriwechbinadardmont.coinfo Recorded By His Lawyer. That's exactly the cover i'm using here to illustrate the show. Sound Quality:
  7. The Velvet Underground & Nico was recorded with the first professional line-up of the Velvet Underground: Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Maureen trusgivawhirepiriwechbinadardmont.coinfo the instigation of their mentor and manager Andy Warhol, and his collaborator Paul Morrissey, German singer Nico was also featured; she had occasionally performed lead vocals for the band.
  8. All titles composed by Lou Reed. Note.- including "The Great Defender" 44 pages booklet and a high quality inlay with b/w pictures of 12 of other Lou Reed bootleg LP's. Superb sound quality. Originally appeared with blank white labels. Real labels were printed, but were made too late to be put on the records.
  9. From a commercial point of view, the live album "Rock 'n' Roll Animal" () probably saved Lou Reed's butt. His prior studio album, "Berlin" (), didn't sell well and alienated many reviewers.

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