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Unedited, live, loud, and absolutely outstanding.

What a collection of musicians to play this...




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Great album!




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I;m waiting for my man
Sig228 in my hand.

(Yeah, I know that's not how it goes but it sounds better than 26 dollars.) Big Grin


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I;m waiting for my man


Not exactly a song about Donna Sue waiting for her husband to come home from the factory Big Grin

Lester Bangs once wrote that Lou Reed was a "depraved pervert, a pathetic death dwarf". Reed was one of rock's most drugged out individuals, giving Keith Richards a run for his money. Also one of the most hostile ones.

I like Rock n Roll Animal, it is a really good live album, and perhaps Reed's most accessible record. I also like some of his Velvet Underground stuff, but then there is a lot that I cannot listen to. Like this one.



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Dick Wagner was a monster guitar player.



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And the colored girls go...


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He is not for everyone. But he has a lot of great stuff and some crap. Listen to his song Heroin. It’s so accurate it’s scary.
 
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He is not for everyone. But he has a lot of great stuff and some crap. Listen to his song Heroin. It’s so accurate it’s scary.


At his best, Reed is great.

As Picasso said, though, "Not every Picasso is a Picasso."




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Little Joey never once gave it away


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I am a big Lou Reed/ Velvet Underground fan. I bought that album on vinyl when it first came out. When I got rid of my vinyl, I bought it on CD. This is the first time I have heard that in years. The CD is going into the truck tommorrow morning. Thank you very much for posting this.
 
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This is a great album. Dueling guitars, his best.
 
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The (only) thing that disturbs me ...


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