The Velvet Underground (45th Anniversary - Remastered Deluxe Edition) The Velvet Underground
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- 1Candy Says04:02
- 2What Goes On04:52
- 3Some Kinda Love04:03
- 4Pale Blue Eyes05:38
- 6Beginning To See The Light04:38
- 7I'm Set Free04:01
- 8That's The Story Of My Life01:59
- 9The Murder Mystery08:53
- 10After Hours02:07
- 11I'm Waiting For The Man (Live)05:30
- 12What Goes On (Live)04:32
- 13Some Kinda Love (Live)04:04
- 14Over You (Live)03:07
- 15Beginning To See The Light (Live)05:37
- 16Lisa Says (Live)06:00
- 17Rock And Roll (Live)06:55
- 18Pale Blue Eyes (Live)06:08
- 19I Can't Stand It Anymore (Live)06:54
- 20Heroin (Live)08:18
- 21White Light/White Heat (Live)08:42
- 22Sweet Jane (Live)04:17
Info for The Velvet Underground (45th Anniversary - Remastered Deluxe Edition)
The Velvet Underground's classic self-titled third album, released in March 1969, by MGM, was a departure from the band's first two albums in more ways than one. Gone was co-founding member John Cale, and in his place was a 21-year-old with Long Island roots named Doug Yule, who stepped right in. The record was also a stylistic leap, as Lou Reed describes it in Rolling Stone editor David Fricke's liner notes, 'I thought we had to demonstrate the other side of us. Fricke calls it 'a stunning turnaround… 10 tracks of mostly warm, explicit sympathy and optimism, expressed with melodic clarity, set in gleaming double-guitar jangle and near-whispered balladry. Or as the late rock critic Lester Bangs put it, 'How do you define a group like this, who moved from 'Heroin' to 'Jesus' in two short years?'
The Velvet Underground
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