Lou Reed - Older Then Yesterday download album
- Album: Older Then Yesterday
- FLAC: 1497 mb | MP3: 1578 mb
- Released: 1984
- Style: Alternative Rock
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 404
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Features Song Lyrics for Lou Reed's Older Than Yesterday album.
Lou Reed is the debut solo album by musician Lou Reed, released in 1972 by RCA Records two years after he left The Velvet Underground. The album comprises eight new recordings of then-unreleased Velvet Underground songs, plus two new songs, "Going Down" and "Berlin" (the latter was re-recorded by Reed as the title track for his 1973 album Berlin) . Original Album Classics released: 2009. Walk on the Wild Side: Live in New York 1972 released: 2009. The Best of Lou Reed released: 2009.
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.
Watch Lou Reed perform Coney Island Baby in this clip from 1984: . K.
If Lou Reed had entered the world of 1960s New York advertising instead of 1960s New York City avant art, millions of teenagers would’ve ended up dabbling in baked beans instead of drugs. 2. The Velvet Underground, What Goes On (1969). Jonathan Richman once described the Velvet Underground sound as bold and brash, sharp and rude, like the heat’s turned off and you’re low on food. I’m guessing that people who are still seeking out and reading Lou Reed tributes already believe that he’s a genius. But in case you’re skeptical: Just listen to this song. Reed wasn’t perfect, either as a man or as an artist. He made countless ridiculous statements, and then checked to make sure he was quoted on the record. But he also wrote Pale Blue Eyes, which ranks with the purest, prettiest, and most devastating artistic representations of longing ever created.
Lou Reed died on Sunday 27 October. To mark his passing, here's a classic – and irascible – encounter from the Guardian, first published in 2003. Lou Reed is a bit of a hero of mine. When I was nine, Walk On The Wild Side was number 10 in the charts, and there had never been a record so languid and funky and cool and sexy . Yes, but has he ever considered what his older self could teach his younger self, and vice versa? "I can't answer questions like that. What is it you really wanna know, because if it's personal stuff, you won't get it. So, you know, whaddya want?" Reed has said in the past that he may as well be Lou Reed because nobody else does it better. I ask him if he thinks of Lou Reed as a person or a persona. I don't answer questions like that. Fine, I say, you tell me what we can talk about.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Lou Reed. And Lou Reed is the Wolverine of the Mutant Rock Academy: the best there is at what he does, excellent in a bare-knuckle bar-fight, a chain-smoking, claw-bearing, beer-bottle weaving electric troubadour; when you strip the temporary flights of fancy (the result of his also being an artist, which automatically means he’s - sometimes unnecessarily - interested in expanding his. boundaries) all away, it’s always The Lou that coldly stares you square in the face, strums a chord and says ’Ooh, Sweet Baby’ with unequivocal determination. So, basically, this album is only vital to the die-hard Reedologist; other, more casual fans, might want to fish elsewhere in the vast Lou Reed catalogue to sample the poetic avenger in a somewhat more digestible format. But me? I like me The Bells, and give it a happy 8/10.
Lou Reed’s Essential Albums. Our guide to his best, deepest and most overlooked LPs – from Velvet Underground classics to solo landmarks and beyond. Read our in-depth guide to Lou Reed's vast discography, from the heady Velvet Underground years to wild solo experiments and more. 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.
|A2||Waiting For The Man||4:37|
|A3||High In The City||3:25|
|A4||Down At The Arcade||3:40|
|A6||Fly Into The Sun|
|B1||Turn Out The Light||2:50|
|B2||My Red Joystick||3:35|
|B4||Walk On The Wild Side||6:40|
|B5||Satellite Of Love||6:11|
|C3||Doin' The Things That We Want To||3:56|
|C4||Waves Of Fear|
|D1||I Love You Suzanne||3:19|
|D2||White Light/White Heat||4:59|
|D3||Introduction / Some Kinda Love|
|D4||Rock 'n' Roll|
|D5||Kill Your Sons||5:43|
- Recorded At – Torhout Rock Festival
- Recorded At – Rock Werchter Festival
NotesNotice: the tile is "Older Then (sic) Yesterday"
Side A and Side C labeled "The Day Side" Side B and Side D labeled "The Night Side"
Recorded live at Torhout Rock Festival, Belgium, July 7th, 1984,
except tracks D4, D5, recorded live at the Rock Werchter Festival, Belgium, July 8th, 1984
Cover says : a Flits-Record-product is licensed by SABAM
Label says : Produced by Thunder + Lightning S.R.L.
Label says : Licensed by " All Day Music"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - Etched): CL-0418/A 73
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - Etched): CL-0418/B 73
- Matrix / Runout (Side C - Etched): CL-0418/C 73
- Matrix / Runout (Side D - Etched): CL-0418/D 73