Coney Island Baby Lou Reed
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- 1Crazy Feeling02:50
- 2Charley's Girl02:35
- 3She's My Best Friend05:59
- 5A Gift03:45
- 6Ooohhh Baby03:45
- 7Nobody's Business03:45
- 8Coney Island Baby06:35
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„From 1972's Transformer onward, Lou Reed spent most of the '70s playing the druggy decadence card for all it was worth, with increasingly mixed results. But on 1976's Coney Island Baby, Reed's songwriting began to move into warmer, more compassionate territory, and the result was his most approachable album since Loaded. On most of the tracks, Reed stripped his band back down to guitar, bass, and drums, and the results were both leaner and a lot more comfortable than the leaden over-production of Sally Can't Dance or Berlin. 'Crazy Feeling,' 'She's My Best Friend,' and 'Coney Island Baby' found Reed actually writing recognizable love songs for a change, and while Reed pursued his traditional interest in the underside of the hipster's life on 'Charlie's Girl' and 'Nobody's Business,' he did so with a breezy, freewheeling air that was truly a relief after the lethargic tone of Sally Can't Dance. 'Kicks' used an audio-tape collage to generate atmospheric tension that gave its tale of drugs and death a chilling quality that was far more effective than his usual blasé take on the subject, and 'Coney Island Baby' was the polar opposite, a song about love and regret that was as sincere and heart-tugging as anything the man has ever recorded. Coney Island Baby sounds casual on the surface, but emotionally it's as compelling as anything Lou Reed released in the 1970s, and proved he could write about real people with recognizable emotions as well as anyone in rock music -- something you might not have guessed from most of the solo albums that preceded it.“ (Mark Deming, AMG)
Lou Reed, vocals, guitar, piano
Bob Kulick, lead and slide guitar
Bruce Yaw, acoustic bass, electric bass
Michael Suchorsky, drums
Joanne Vent, background vocals
Michael Wendroff, background vocals
Godfrey Diamond, background vocals
Recorded from 18–28 October 1975 at Mediasound, New York
Produced by Lou Reed, Godfrey Diamond
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