Lou Reed's Velvet Underground - Rock'n'Roll Sensation Vol.1 FLAC
|1||Rock And Roll||6:04|
|7||White Light/ White Heat||8:34|
|8||We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together||3:13|
- Bass – Doug Yule
- Drums – Maureen Tucker
- Guitar – Sterling Morrison
- Guitar, Vocals – Lou Reed
- Written-By – Lou Reed
Recorded live in Texas and San Francisco, winter 1969.
℗ 1994 Nota Blu musica, prod. & distr. S.r.l.
[Inlay] Made in E E C
[CD] Made In Italy by OPTI.ME.S.
Part of "The Easy Rider Years Live" series.
There is the second part: Lou Reed's Velvet Underground - Rock'n'Roll Sensation Vol. 2
Possibly pirate of the official album '1969 Live'.
1-5, 7,8: The Matrix, San Francisco, California, November 1969.
6: End of Cole Ave, Dallas, Texas, October 19, 1969
- Barcode: 8014264941988
- Matrix / Runout: 991950120621 1411-A MANUFACTURED IN ITALY BY OPYI.ME.S.
- Rights Society: SIAE
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Manufactured By – Opti.Me.S. – 991950120621
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nota Blu Musica
- Made By – Opti.Me.S.
- Recorded At – The Matrix
- Recorded At – The End Of Cole Ave.
Lou Reed's Velvet Underground Rock'n'Roll Sensation Vol. LOU REED & The Velvet Underground. The Velvet Underground Live USA 93' Wembley Arena London 6 June 1993 Lou Reed CD. The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule, who was a replacement for John Cale. Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood, California, the album's sound-consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs-marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. 1969: Velvet Underground Live with Lou Reed Vol. 1 - The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Velvet Underground were little more than a rumor when Lou Reed left the band in 1970, but by 1974, thanks to Reed's success as a solo artist, the Velvets had become a bona fide cult item, and that year Mercury Records released a two-record set compiled from tapes from shows in Dallas and San Francisco entitled 1969: Velvet Underground Live. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от The Velvet Underground на. The Velvet Underground, Underground Music, Recital, Music Love, My Music, Rock N Roll, Stoner Rock, Punk, Music Icon. Punk Art Vintage Rock Punk Rock Metallica Punk Magazine Concert Rock Rock Band Posters It Icons Grunge. Punk Magazine 1 - John Holmstrom - Lou Reed - Marlon Brando. Lou Reed. PMT Online Musical Instrument Store Guitar Shop Music Shop. Classic Album Ad: Lou Reed, Rock n Roll Animal. After Reeds departure, Yule would bring in his brother, Billy, and continue The Velvet Underground for the much reviled fifth album, Squeeze, which is generally regarded as bad and, with both Reed and Cale absenst, borderline non-canonical. For his part, Yule is fairly philosophical about the record, saying, I look at Squeeze as being, its like the equivalent of a tenth grade term. Rock N' Roll doesn't lie, it never promises a happy ending like the movies and the Velvets wrote some sad music. However, I can honestly say when I listen to this and other work by VU I feel like Lou Reed just gets it. He wrote honest, kick ass songs that you truly identify with or at least, appreciate the honesty. I would also recommend Live 1969 Vol. 2 and their self-titled 3rd album & Loaded album. весь отзыв. оставлен . It reflects the late Velvet Underground which is indisputably Lou Reed's band. I can't imagine why they ever tried to make a studio record after Lou Reed left, but apparently they did. Each of the four Velvet Underground studio albums is a very different experience. They play rock as well as anyone, but I still think the dynamic between John Cale and Lou Reed was what gave their early work such a special quality. First with the Velvet Underground, and then as a solo artist, he made music ranging from the wildly experimental to the perfectly straightforward. But Reed was a storyteller above all, waxing poetic about the full, frightening spectrum of human emotions years before others would dare. With their