Lou Reed - Lou Reed album
Lou Reed is the debut solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1972 by RCA Records, two years after he left the Velvet Underground.
Berlin is the third solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in July 1973 by RCA Records. A concept album, Berlin tells the story of a couple's struggle with drug addiction and abuse. Initially, critical reception was mixed but appraisals of the album have warmed over the years: in 1973 Rolling Stone declared the album "a disaster" but in 2003, the album was ranked No. 344 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Нравится слушателям: David Bowie, Talking Heads, The Rolling Stones. Live at the Paramount Theatre, Denver, 1989 - FM Radio Broadcast. Lou Reed: Waiting for the Man Live. Transmission Impossible.
City Lights - Classic Performances by Lou Reed is a compilation album by Lou Reed. Coney Island Baby" (live). Satellite Of Love" (live). Gimmie Some Good Times". Tracks 1 - 3 from the Live LP Take No Prisoners. Tracks 4 & 5 from the LP Rock And Roll Heart. Track 6 from the LP Street Hassle. Tracks 7 & 8 from the LP The Bells. Track 9 from the LP Growing Up In Public.
Watch Lou Reed perform Coney Island Baby in this clip from 1984: . K.
On Lou Reed they were played by session musicians, including Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman of Yes. "Berlin" was later rerecorded for the album bearing its name. These are excellent Reed tunes, and the passion and power of "I Can't Stand It," "Walk and Talk It," and "Lisa Says" can't be muted by their unusual circumstances of their recording
Lou Reed's first solo album is often carelessly overlooked in favor of Transformer, his much more well-known 1972 glam-rock 'masterpiece', but it's a shame, because this particular record is quite good. It's not a particularly great listening experience, of course. In early 1975, the record company was pressing Lou Reed down for the next album. Being in a particularly negative streak of mind, and surmising (with good enough reasons) that the industry guys were just trying to further cash in on his name, Lou Reed issued this. And got out of his contract. If you've heard five seconds of Metal Machine Music, you've heard it all.
|A1||I Can't Stand It|
|A3||Walk And Talk It|
|B1||I Love You|
|B3||Love Makes You Feel|
|B4||Ride Into The Sun|
- Printed By – Clout & Baker Ltd.
- Manufactured By – RCA Ltd.
- Recorded At – Morgan Studios
- Published By – Oakfield Avenue Music
- Published By – Warlock Music Ltd.
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Washington, UK
- Arranged By – Lou Reed
- Bass – Brian Odgers, Les Hurdle
- Cover [Cover Art] – Tom Adams
- Electric Guitar – Steve Howe
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Paul Keogh
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano – Caleb Quaye
- Engineer – Mike Bobak
- Harmony Vocals – Helene Francois, Kay Garner
- Percussion – Clem Cattini
- Photography By [Back Liner Photograph] – Ronn Campisi
- Piano – Rick Wakeman
- Producer – Lou Reed, Richard Robinson
- Vocals, Guitar – Lou Reed
- Written-By, Composed By – Lou Reed
NotesIssued in a front-laminated sleeve.
Orange RCA label with large "Stereo" logo.
℗ 1972 Manufactured by RCA Limited, England from master recordings by RCA Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (SIde A label): BPRS 6349
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): BPRS 6350
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): BPRS 6349 -1E A1N
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): BPRS 6350 -1E A2E
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): BPRS 6349 -1E A1R
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): BPRS 6350 -1E A2I
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