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Velvet Underground – Velvet Underground Live 1969 volume 1

Velvet Underground – Velvet Underground Live 1969 volume 1

CD Posted on March 16, 2013 at 5 h 25 min
CD Recorded In Texas & San Francisco + 1 Prev. Unrel.Track

CD : Velvet Underground Live 1969 volume 1

Artist : Velvet Underground

Genre : Alternative Rock

Time : 59:04
Issue : 01/01/1970
Producer :
Label : Island / Mercury
UPC : 0042283482326
ASIN :
Velvet Underground - Velvet Underground Live 1969 volume 1
Track List :
  1. Waiting For My Man - 7:06
  2. Lisa Says - 5:55
  3. What Goes On - 8:58
  4. Sweet Jane - 4:04
  5. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together - 3:18
     
  1. Femme Fatale - 3:08
  2. New Age - 6:40
  3. Rock & Roll - 6:08
  4. Beginning To See The Light - 5:33
  5. Heroin - 8:14
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Originally a two-record set, this live recording has been split and released as separate albums, volume 1 and volume 2. No matter, it's an essential document of one of the finest and most innovative rock bands of all time. 1969: Live catches the band at a juncture in their career, still reeling from the departure of John Cale and settling into the addition of multi-instrumentalist Doug Yule, who would help the band find their rocking heart. Thank god that Maureen Tucker was still around--her inspired, primal drumming makes this recording such a delight. Her quiet thumping on "Lisa Says" is understated and touching, and her timpanic, thunderous rolls on "New Age" are nothing short of awesome. Lou Reed is particularly loose and chatty, more comfortable with his voice as he stretches to hit some tender passages. And the version of "Rock and Roll" here is perhaps the finest of all it's many versions, epic in scope and focused in intensity. --Tod Nelson

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