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Chelsea Girls – directed by Paul Morrissey and Andy Warhol

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Chelsea Girls
Directed by Andy Warhol / Paul Morrissey
Produced by Andy Warhol
Written by Ronald Tavel / Andy Warhol
Starring Nico, Brigid Berlin, Ondine, Gerard Malanga, Eric Emerson, Mary Woronov, Ingrid Superstar, International Velvet
Music by The Velvet Underground
Cinematography Andy Warhol / Paul Morrissey (uncredited)
Release date(s) September 15, 1966
Running time 210 min. (approx.)
Country United States
Budget $3,000 (approx.)

“I want to make a movie that is a long movie, that is all black on one side and all white on the other.”

– A Warhol

The seminal film directed by Paul Morrissey and Andy Warhol. A bold experimental work. A brand new genre of movie! A new genre of art!

A film starring the great Nico and featuring music from the greatest music group of all, The Velvet Underground!

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The film was Warhol’s first major commercial success, and was shot at the famous Hotel Chelsea and various other locations in New York City. The film, starring many of Warhol’s Factory lackees, takes place at the hotel, and follows the lives of several of the young women who live there.

According to script-writer Ronald Tavel, Warhol first brought up the idea for the film in the back room of Max’s Kansas City, Warhol’s favorite nightspot, one night in the summer of 1966. In Ric Burns’ documentary film Andy Warhol, Tavel recollected that Warhol took a napkin and drew a line down the middle and wrote ‘B’ and ‘W’ on opposite sides of the line; he then showed it to Tavel, explaining, “I want to make a movie that is a long movie, that is all black on one side and all white on the other.” Warhol was referring to both the visual concept of the film, as well as the content of the scenes presented.

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The film was shot in summer and early autumn 1966 in various rooms and locations inside the Hotel Chelsea, although it is worth noting that of all those who starred in the film, only poet René Ricard actually lived there at the time.

Filming also took place at The Factory, Warhol’s studio. Appearing in the film were many of Warhol’s regulars, including Nico, Brigid Berlin, Gerard Malanga, Ingrid Superstar, International Velvet and Eric Emerson. According to Burns’ documentary, Warhol and his companions completed an average of one 33-minute segment per week.

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Once principal photography wrapped, Warhol and co-director Paul Morrissey selected the twelve most striking vignettes they had filmed and then projected them side-by-side to create a visual juxtaposition of both contrasting images and divergent content (the so-called “white” or light and innocent aspects of life against the “black” or darker, more disturbing aspects.)

As a result, the 6 1/2 hour running time was essentially cut in half, to 3 hours and 15 minutes. However, part of Warhol’s concept for the film was that it would be unlike watching a regular movie, as the two projectors could never achieve exact synchronization from viewing to viewing; therefore, despite specific instructions of where individual sequences would be played during the running time, each viewing of the film would, in essence, be an entirely different experience.

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Several of the sequences have gone on to attain a cult-status, most notably the “Pope” sequence, featuring avant-garde actor and poet Robert Olivo, or Ondine as he called himself, as well as a segment featuring Mary Woronov entitled “Hanoi Hannah,” one of two portions of the film scripted specifically by Tavel.

Notably missing is a sequence Warhol shot with his most popular superstar Edie Sedgwick which, according to Paul Morrissey, Warhol excised from the final film at the insistence of Sedgwick herself, who claimed she was under contract to Bob Dylan’s manager, Albert Grossman, at the time the film was made.

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October 28, 2008 Posted by | Andy Warhol, Nico, The Velvet Underground | Leave a comment

Lou Reed & John Cale – Waiting for the Man – Paris 1972

Feel sick and dirty, more dead than alive, I’m waiting for my man

An amazing video this!

The great John Cale performs with Lou Reed at Bataclan in Paris in 1972!

After Cale was essentially kicked out of the Velvet underground in 1969 by Reed, not long after their wonderful second LP “White Light White Heat”, I’d thought that Cale in ’72 would be more likely to punch Reed’s lights out than perform with him!

Of course, they would work together again much later on the “Songs for Drella” LP and perform in the Velvets reunion tour.

Here, they perform a slowed down re-interpretation of the amazing track Waiting for the Man from the Velvet’s seminal 1967 debut, The Velvet Underground & Nico, better known as the “Banana” album!

Am I crazy or is Lou actually happy and smiling here??!

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I’m waiting for my man
Twenty-six dollars in my hand
Up to Lexington, 125
Feel sick and dirty, more dead than alive
I’m waiting for my man

Hey, white boy, what you doin’ uptown?
Hey, white boy, you chasin’ our women around?
Oh pardon me sir, it’s the furthest from my mind
I’m just lookin’ for a dear, dear friend of mine
I’m waiting for my man

Here he comes, he’s all dressed in black
PR shoes and a big straw hat
He’s never early, he’s always late
First thing you learn is you always gotta wait
I’m waiting for my man

Up to a Brownstone, up three flights of stairs
Everybody’s pinned you, but nobody cares
He’s got the works, gives you sweet taste
Ah then you gotta split because you got no time to waste
I’m waiting for my man

Baby don’t you holler, darlin’ don’t you bawl and shout
I’m feeling good, you know I’m gonna work it on out
I’m feeling good, I’m feeling oh so fine
Until tomorrow, but that’s just some other time
I’m waiting for my man

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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Canon, John Cale, Lou Reed, Music_ClassicRock, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Lou Reed – Berlin: Live At St. Anns Warehouse (2008)

Lou Reed – Berlin: Live At St. Anns Warehouse (2008)
Released October 1, 2008
Recorded December 15-16, 2006
Length 1:19:30
Label Matador Records
Producer Bob Ezrin, Hal Willner

In Berlin, by the wall
You were five foot ten inches tall
It was very nice
Candlelight and Dubonnet on ice
We were in a small cafe
You could hear the guitars play
It was very nice
It was paradise

Berlin: Live At St. Anns Warehouse is a concert film and live album by Lou Reed released in October, 2008.

The concert film was directed by Julian Schnabel, live at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY during five nights in December 2006. Background shots of the characters Jim and Caroline were done by Lola Schnabel.

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The Berlin tour was the first time Lou Reed had played the full album live in over 30 years, after the original album was a critical and commercial flop. Individual songs had been played, but not the whole thing.

The concert film and album both feature three additional songs, Candy Says, Rock Minuet and Sweet Jane, not from the original Berlin.

Tracklisting

1. “Intro” – 1:51
2. “Berlin” – 2:34
3. “Lady Day” – 4:12
4. “Men Of Good Fortune” – 6:35
5. “Caroline Says (I)” – 4:31
6. “How Do You Think It Feels?” – 5:37
7. “Oh, Jim” – 8:16
8. “Caroline Says (II)” – 4:33
9. “The Kids” – 8:08
10. “The Bed” – 5:59
11. “Sad Song” – 8:21
12. “Candy Says” – 6:04
13. “Rock Minuet” – 7:18
14. “Sweet Jane” – 5:31

Personnel

* Lou Reed: Lead Vocals, Guitar;
* Steve Hunter: Guitars, Bandleader;
* Fernando Saunders: Bass Guitar, Synthesizer, Guitar, Backing Vocals;
* Tony “Thunder” Smith: Drums, Backing Vocals;
* Rupert Christie: Keyboards, Backing Vocals;
* Rob Wasserman: Double Bass;
* Sharon Jones: Vocals;
* Antony Hegarty: Vocals;
* Steven Bernstein: Flugelhorn, Trumpet;
* Curtis Fowlkes: Trombone;
* Paul Shapiro: Saxophone, Flute;
* Doug Wieselman: Bass Clarinet, Clarinet;
* David Gold: Viola;
* Eyvind Kang: Viola;
* Jane Scarpantoni: Cello;
* Brooklyn Youth Chorus: Choir.

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October 17, 2008 Posted by | Lou Reed, Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Velvet Underground – Another View [1986]

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The Velvet Underground – Another View [1986]
Mp3@192
Released September, 1986
Recorded 1967–1969, New York City, United States
Genre Rock and roll
Length 36:21
Label Verve Records
Producer The Velvet Underground
This is basically VU, take 2! Nevertheless, cos it’s the Velvets, it’s a great comp!

This one is a must have for fans as it includes rarities and obscure tracks. Especially some unreleased stuff when the great John Cale was on board before being kicked out by Reed.

When The Velvet Underground moved from Verve Records (who had released their first two albums) to parent company MGM Records, they signed a two-album deal, releasing their third and eponymous album The Velvet Underground in March 1969.

Later that same year, however, there was a management change and MGM Records’ new CEO, Mike Curb, wanted to purge the record company of all acts he considered offensive to his moral standards. The Velvet Underground quickly became one of the groups blacklisted and were released from their contract.

The band had, however, in the meantime recorded fourteen tracks for possible release as their second MGM album. Shockingly, all of these were shelved and forgotten by their record company until the early Eighties.

As Verve (by then an imprint of Polygram) prepared to re-release the band’s three Verve/MGM albums on vinyl and, for the first time, on CD, they found nineteen previously unreleased tracks: five Cale-era tracks and the fourteen “lost album” tracks, some of them in two-track mixdown format, some of them even on multitracks.

The cream of the nineteen tracks was released in February of 1985 on VU; the rest remained for the time being in the vaults.

In 1986, Polydor decided to prepare a vinyl box set for European release. Simply titled The Velvet Underground, this box, which was released in June, consisted of the bands first three albums, VU, and an untitled bonus album containing the remaining nine tracks from Polygram’s vaults. That untitled album was later separately released on vinyl and CD as Another View.

Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison, John Cale,Nico, Maureen Tuckerphoto by David Horvitz and Adam Dower

Certain critics concluded that since the best ten tracks had gone on VU, Another View suffered somewhat in both quality and coherence – as well as suffering from the same lack of coherence as VU, in that the albums contain both Cale-era and Yule-era tracks.

Nevertheless, lighter and simpler as Another View may be, it contains some fine songs that show the transition from the subdued less-is-more The Velvet Underground style to the more mainstream-oriented rock of 1970’s Loaded.

An acetate-sourced alternate mix of this album’s version of “Ride Into The Sun”, featuring vocals by Lou Reed, has appeared on bootlegs and on the Australian boxed set What Goes On.

As The Velvet Underground moved from MGM to Atlantic, they re-recorded two of the songs on Another View, “Ride into the Sun” and “Rock and Roll”, for possible inclusion on Loaded. Only “Rock and Roll” made the grade, but two of the Another View songs would be recycled by Lou Reed during his early solo career: “Ride into the Sun” (on Lou Reed, 1972) and “We’re Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together” (on Street Hassle, 1978).

Drummer Maureen Tucker believes there is still one “lost” song recorded during these sessions that was not included on either VU or Another View, titled “Lonesome Cowboys”, which was based on an Andy Warhol film. (not to be confused with “Lonesome Cowboy Bill”, which was released on the Loaded album)

Tracklisting

Side A

1. “We’re Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together” – 2:56 (Reed)
* Recorded September 30, 1969
2. “I’m Gonna Move Right In” – 6:30
* Recorded September 27, 1969
3. “Hey Mr. Rain” (version 1) – 4:56
* Recorded May 29, 1968
4. “Ride into the Sun” – 3:20
* Recorded September 5, 1969
5. “Coney Island Steeplechase” – 2:20
* Recorded May 6, 1969

Side B

1. “Guess I’m Falling in Love” (instrumental version) – 3:35
* Recorded December 5, 1967
2. “Hey Mr. Rain” (version 2) – 5:16
* Recorded May 29, 1968
3. “Ferryboat Bill” – 2:10 (Reed, Morrison, Yule, Tucker)
* Recorded June 19, 1969
4. “Rock and Roll” (1969 version) – 5:18 (Reed)
* Recorded June 19, 1969

The band

* Lou Reed – vocals, guitar, piano
* Sterling Morrison – guitar, backing vocals, bass guitar on “Hey Mr. Rain”
* Maureen Tucker – percussion
* John Cale – viola, bass guitar (A3, B1-2)
* Doug Yule – bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (A1-2, A4-5, B3-4)

Here she be;

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September 4, 2008 Posted by | John Cale, Lou Reed, Mo Tucker, Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, Sterling Morrison, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Nico – The Marble Index (1968)

Nico – The Marble Index

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Here’s where Nico, in one fell swoop, became the Godmother of Goth!

The Marble Index was Nico’s second album, a complex and challenging work which could be described as a mixture of gothic-folk, neo-classical and avant-garde, recorded and released in 1968.
Where the statue stood,
Of Newton, with his prism and silent face,
The marble index of a mind forever
Voyaging through strange seas of thought alone

– William Wordsworth

The album featured long-term associate John Cale, who had worked briefly with Nico during her stint in The Velvet Underground. They would work together again many times in subsequent years.

Cale had an extensive background in the world of the avant-garde, having worked with minimalist composer LaMonte Young, among others.

Cale and Nico here created an album that radically deviated from traditional rock music song structures. Cale said it was the first rock album to do so. He also said that The Marble Index had “made a seminal contribution to the body of modern classical music“.

Nico wrote all her own songs on this album and accompanied herself on the harmonium, which has also been referred to as an “Indian pump organ”.

The lyrics are typically dark and the subject matter far different to the cliched themes of most songs written at that time – and indeed since.

The arrangements are abstract and, musically speaking, “cold”. The effect is akin to the psychological sound experimentation of famous electronic and serial composer, Karlheinz Stockhausen.

The Marble Index has been described as a “nightmare in sound”. It has influenced a wide array of genres in contemporary independent music. Artists such as Coil, Jocelyn Pook and Dead Can Dance, as well as numerous contemporary goth bands have all cited Nico as a seminal influence.

Sail away, sail away my little boy
Let the wind fill your heart with light and joy
Sail away my little boy
Let the rain wash away your cloudy days
Sail away into a dream
Let the wind send you a fantasy
Of the ancient silver sea
Now you see that only dreams

This was the second solo album from the late, one-time, Velvet Underground chanteuse, and it’s several galaxies removed from the conservative, pleasingly orchestrated songs of her debut album from merely one year before, Chelsea Girls.

Here Nico’s Gregorian chant melodies, cryptic lyrics, and wavering harmonium combine with always sparse, consistently absorbing arrangements (courtesy of fellow Velvets exile John Cale) to create a singular work fresh from the mausoleum.

While Marble Index is occasionally tedious, give a listen particularly to “Lawns of Dawns,” “Frozen Warnings,” and “Evening of Light,” and you will feel like you are peering into Hades itself.

This is one truly creepy and morbid-sounding album, but never over-the-top to the point of silliness like, say, Diamanda Galas’ Plague Mass.

You and your friends definitely won’t be bringing this along to the Halloween party at that abandoned, decaying mansion on the dead-end road.

A radical statement, highly recommended for those who dig chamber prog (e.g. Art Zoyd and Univers Zero), and maybe also fans of the more straightforward R.I.O. Those prog fans against a lot of avantness should most likely steer clear of this one.


Tracklisting

1. Prelude
2. Lawns Of Dawns
3. No One Is There
4. Ari’s Song
5. Facing The Wind
6. Julius Caesar (Memento Hodie)
7. Frozen Warnings
8. Evening Of Light
9. Roses In The Snow
10. Nibelungen

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August 28, 2008 Posted by | John Cale, Music_Alternative, Nico, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Nico sings Chelsea Girls in the Chelsea Hotel

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Shes turned another trick. Her treats and times revolves, she’s got problems.

A great VU-like track from Nico’s first post-Velvets solo album. A fine LP it is too which we’ve posted already.

Here’s a wonderful video clip where Nico performs a marvellous live version of Chelsea Girls in a room at the Chelsea Hotel. as well as talking about that place and that time.

Who else but Lou Reed could have written these lyrics!

The great music comes from his VU side-kick, Sterling Morrison.

Here’s room five four six
Its enough to make you sick
Bridget’s all wrapped up in foil
You wonder if
She can uncoil

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Here’s room one fifteen
Filled with SM queens
Magic marker row
You wonder just
How high they go

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Heres pope dear Ondine
Rona’s treated him so mean
She wants another scene
She wants to be
A human being

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Pepper, she’s having fun
She thinks shes some man’s son
Her perfect loves don’t last
Her future died
In someone’s past

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Dear Ingrid’s found her lick
Shes turned another trick
Her treats and times revolves
She’s got problems
To be solved

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Poor Mary, she’s uptight
She can’t turn out her light
She rolled Susan in a ball
And now she can’t
See her at all

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Drop out, she’s in a fix
Amphetamine has made her sick
White powder in the air
She’s got no bones
And can’t be scared

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Here comes Johnny Bore
He collapsed on the floor
They shut him up with milk
And when he died
Sold him for silk

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

Here they come now
See them run now
Here they come now
Chelsea girls

(Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison)

Nico sings Chelsea Girls in the Chelsea Hotel

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August 28, 2008 Posted by | Lou Reed, Music_Alternative, Nico, Sterling Morrison, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Nico & Tangerine Dream – 1974-12-13 – Atmospherics a Notre-Dame [Bootleg]


Nico & Tangerine Dream – Atmospherics a Notre-Dame

Live 1974-12-13

[Bootleg]

A rather incongruous pairing this! Fascinating, nevertheless!

For many music fans, the importance of Nico lies with her performance as part of the Velvet Underground, and especially her vocals on Femme Fatale, All Tomorrow’s Parties, I’ll Be Your Mirror and Sunday Morning. However, by 1967, she had already parted ways with The Velvet Underground, and she would continue to build a formidable career as a singer.

According to the wikipedia, on December 13, 1974, Nico was the support act at Tangerine Dream’s infamous concert at Reims Cathedral in North-East France. The promoter had so greatly oversold the capacity of the venue that attendees could not move or reach the outside, eventually resulting in some fans urinating inside the cathedral hall. As a result, the Roman Catholic Church denounced these actions, ordered the rededication of the cathedral and banned future gigs on church property.

This FM broadcast of Nico at Reims mostly focuses on Nico and her harmonium, probably with the exception of the final track, Atmospherics, which features Tangerine Dream and their space rock.

Of the six tracks, three are from Nico’s 1970 Desertshore album, while two come from 1974’s The End. Nico is gracious but it is that melancholic, Eastern European touch (brought to full bloom by Arvo Part) that comes through, especially on her cover of The End.

Years later, under the sponsorship of filmmaker David Lynch, Jocelyn Montgomery would try and rethread the path taken earlier by Nico. But within the confines of the Reims cathedral, the sincerity in Nico’s delivery cannot be fudged or mistaken for anything else.

Cover & Info: http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php…D-1

Tracklisting

01 Janitor of Lunacy

02 The Falconer

03 Valley Of The Kings

04 The End

05 Abschied

06 Atmospherics


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August 10, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, Nicolas Hodge, Tangerine Dream, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Velvet Underground – Live At End Cole Ave. 1969

The Velvet Underground – Live At End Cole Ave. 1969
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The Velvet Underground – Live at The Gymnasium New York 1967

The Velvet Underground – Live at The Gymnasium
New York
30 April 1967

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Tracks:

1. I’m Not a Young Man Anymore
2. Guess I’m Falling in Love
3. I’m Waiting for the Man
4. Run Run Run
5. Sister Ray

Live at The Gymnasium

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Velvet Underground Classics and Rarities- Happy 80th birthday Andy Warhol

We’ve just passed what would’ve been the 80th birthday of genius/oddball Andy Warhol. Happy Birthday Andy!

In memory of Warhol’s contribution to music, via the greatest rock group of all, the Velvet Underground, here are a bunch of VU classics and some rarities!

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We’ve posted these before but so fucking what!

The Velvet Underground and Nico (1967)


White Light White Heat (1968)


Velvet Underground (1969)


Loaded (1970)

Live at Max’s Kansas City from 1972

Squeeze (1973)


Live Vol 1 (1974)

Live Vol 2 (1974)

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[Rare] The Robert Quine Tapes VBR


[Rare] The Norman Dolph Acetate


(Rare) Live Rehearsal at the Warhol Museum (1966)


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August 10, 2008 Posted by | Andy Warhol, Canon, Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

NICO & SERGE GAINSBOURG "STRIPTEASE"

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No, unfortunately, the stunning Nico (well, she was in the sixties) does not perform a striptease!

Nevertheless, it’s great to hear this wonderful Serge track. And the images are good too.

Cocoon79 says;

I made a videoclip for the wonderful and rare track by nico & serge gainsbourg “strip-tease”! (thanks to romi for climbing up the trees;)

Thanks also, Romi. I hope you didn’t fall on your ass!

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July 24, 2008 Posted by | France, ICO, Music_Chanson, Serge Gainsbourg, The Velvet Underground, _BABE, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Various Artists: NME Classics (3 CD Box Set)


Various Artists: NME Classics (3CD Box Set)
Alternative / Punk / Post Punk / Pop / Rock

There was a rather good double CD compilation a few years back exploring the genesis and highlights of Punk Rock. It was called “From the Velvets to the Voidoids”.

This one has a wider scope and explores the genesis and highlights of Alternative Music, more broadly. It could’ve been called “From the Velvets to the Voidoids to the Verve “!

Yes indeed, there are some amazing tracks here from amazing acts all the way from VU through punk, post punk, electronica and beyond! Oh, and Oasis also! (WTF!)

NME Classics spans three musical decades – 70s / 80s and 90s and brings together the most inspirational and most influential artists of their time, from the really defining moment of NME with punk singles from bands such as The Clash, Happy Mondays, Oasis and REM to name but a few. It also brilliantly encompasses the numerous musical genres of those times from the heady sounds of Punk in the 70s and New Wave in the early 80s, to Two Tone, Indie, Brit Pop and Rave.

Focussing on the classic rock biased tracks, NME Classics is the perfect nostalgia trip for lads and Dads (from the first time around) and Festival goers. It includes a special booklet which includes photographs from the magazine from those decades, together with sleeve notes from editors of the time.


Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. The MC5 – Kick Out The Jams
2. Velvet Underground – I’m Waiting For The Man
3. The Stooges – No Fun
4. The Doors – L.A. Woman
5. The New York Dolls – Jet Boy
6. Patti Smith – Gloria
7. The Damned – Neat Neat Neat
8. X-Ray Spex – Oh Bondage Up Yours!
9. Richard Hell & The Voidoids – Blank Generation
10. Dead Boys – Sonic Reducer
11. Iggy Pop – Lust For Life
12. The Saints – This Perfect Day
13. Ramones – Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
14. The Only Ones – Another Girl, Another Planet
15. Siouxsie & The Banshees – Hong Kong Garden
16. Blondie – One Way Or Another
17. Magazine – Shot By Both Sides
18. Buzzcocks – Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)?
19. XTC – This Is Pop?
20. Television – Marquee Moon
21. David Bowie – Heroes

Disc: 2

1. The Clash – I Fought The Law
2. Stiff Little Fingers – Suspect Device
3. The Jam – Going Underground
4. The Vapors – Turning Japanese
5. Generation X – Kiss Me Deadly
6. The Pretenders – Brass In Pocket
7. The Selecter – On My Radio
8. The Beat – Mirror In The Bathroom
9. Madness – One Step Beyond
10. Bad Manners – Special Brew
11. The Specials – Ghost Town
12. The Cure – The Lovecats
13. Talking Heads – Psycho Killer (Live)
14. Kraftwerk – Tour De France
15. Malcolm McLaren – Buffalo Gals
16. New Order – Blue Monday
17. Echo & The Bunnymen – The Back Of Love
18. Aztec Camera – Walk Out To Winter
19. The Jesus & Mary Chain – Just Like Honey
20. Prince – Sign O The Times
21. Joy Division – Atmosphere

Disc: 3

1. Morrissey – Suedehead
2. The Stone Roses – She Bangs The Drums
3. Happy Mondays – Step On
4. Inspiral Carpets – This Is How It Feels
5. Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence
6. Orbital – Chime
7. Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy
8. Primal Scream – Movin’ On Up
9. Suede – Animal Nitrate
10. Oasis – Live Forever
11. R.E.M. – What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
12. Ash – Girl From Mars
13. Supergrass – Caught By The Fuzz
14. Radiohead – Just
15. Pulp – Common People
16. The Chemical Brothers – Setting Sun
17. Blur – Song 2
18. Manic Street Preachers – A Design For Life
19. The Verve – Bitter Sweet Symphony

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July 20, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Velvet Underground – Shitload of VU albums!

by Roberto Cuoghi

Some sublime music via various sources from the seminal The Velvet Underground!

Yap, we fucking adore VU (esp before John Cale was sacked).

We’ve posted many of these before, but so fucking what!

The Velvet Underground – Velvet Underground and Nico
http://rapidshare.com/files/67788857/1967_-_The_Velvet_Underground___Nico.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67789886/1967_-_The_Velvet_Underground___Nico.part2.rar

The Velvet Underground – White Light White Heat
http://rapidshare.com/files/67793188/1967_-_White_Light-White_Heat.rar

The Velvet Underground – Self Titled
http://rapidshare.com/files/67797206/1969_-_The_Velvet_Underground.rar

The Velvet Underground – Loaded
http://rapidshare.com/files/67802963/1970_-_Loaded.rar

The Velvet Underground – VU
http://rs19.rapidshare.com/files/67813254/1985_-_VU.rar

The Velvet Underground – Another View
http://rapidshare.com/files/67815674/1986_-_Another_View.rar

The Velvet Underground – Live Vol. 1
Download here

The Velvet Underground – Live Vol. 2
Download here

The Velvet Underground – Live MCMXCIII
http://rapidshare.com/files/67819772/1993_-_Live_MCMXCIII.rar

The Velvet Underground – Peel Slowly and See (Discs 1 -5)
http://rapidshare.com/files/67822591/1995_…_See_Disc_1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67824387/1995_…_See_Disc_2.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67825857/1995_…_See_Disc_3.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67829571/1995_…_See_Disc_4.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67831648/1995_…_See_Disc_5.rar

The Velvet Underground – Bootleg Series Vol. 1 – Quine Tapes (Discs 1-3)
http://rapidshare.com/files/67835011/2001_…lume_Disc_1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67838268/2001_…lume_Disc_2.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/67841380/2001_…lume_Disc_3.rar

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July 18, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Flashing on the Velvet Underground and Nico



Kris Kristofferson]Lisa Law has spent almost four decades capturing the shifting tides of American culture on film, her reputation built on photographs unique for their startling sense of intimacy and spontaneity. Her work has been published in more than fifty books and many magazines, including Newsweek and Time. She lives Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Lisa Law: “Andy Warhol and his group, The Velvet Underground, came to do a gig at The Trip, a nightclub on the Sunset Strip where the most interesting groups always played. They wore black leather and used whips in their act. In spite of this they were very nice people.”

Some of the photos can be seen in her book Flashing on the Sixties which will be released this Spring in its fourth edition by Squarebooks. She also has an award winning documentary by the same name. Both the book and the video can be purchased directly from Lisa.

The pictures on this page are a sample of the Velvet Underground photos captured by Lisa Law in May 1966. You can purchase any of these photographs and many others by emailing Lisa Law directly at lisalaw@cybermesa.com. Please feel free to browse by her site at http://www.flashingonthesixties.com.

Nico and Lou Reed
Nico and Lou Reed rehearsing on the patio of The Castle, 1966


Lou Reed
Lou Reed – The Castle, May 1966

Nico
Nico – Los Angeles 1966

Nico
Nico – The Castle, Los Angeles, May 1966

Nico
Velvet Underground – The Trip, Los Angeles, May 1966

Nico
Nico on stage at the Trip, Los Angeles, May 1966


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July 18, 2008 Posted by | Nicolas Hodge, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC, _PHOTOGRAPHY | Leave a comment

Angus Maclise – The Cloud Doctrine


Angus Maclise – The Cloud Doctrine

Poet, nomad, methedrine cardinal, and onetime Velvet Underground drummer Angus MacLise, after years of obscurity (and two decades after his death), has gained wider recognition, over the last couple of years, for his vital contributions to the post-Lamonte Young/VU Minimalist/drone activity in New York during the 60s and 70s.

Two previous cds on Quakebasket have focused on MacLise the improvising percussionist, featuring extended tribal/trance/noise improvisations with the likes of Tony Conrad, John Cale, and MacLise’s wife Hetty. This double disc set features a few tracks in the same vein, such as the “Trance” series, from 1965. Befitting the Cale/Conrad/MacLise trio’s previous work in Lamonte Young’s Theater of Eternal Music, these crudely recorded jams smear out into whispy drones that saturate the sound field with a gloriously ecstatic clamor.

The biggest revelation, at least to me, is the electronic music MacLise recorded in the mid-60s. The 28-minute “Electronic Mix for ‘Expanded Cinema'” is a grainy, but vibrantly detailed abstract journey through a variegated soundscape that ranks up there with the pioneering electronic works of Stockhausen and Xenakis.

Both sine tones and concrete sounds clash, layer, crescendo, and flow within a dynamic architecture that recalls Varese’s masterpiece “Poem Electronique”. The piece has all the exploratory din and analog physicality of the best early electronic music. In addition to the music, there if half an hour of rare recordings of MacLise reading his spacy but uniquely skewed poetry.

Hi-fi fetishists beware: most of these recordings are sourced from degraded tapes that have been sitting in a box on the floor of someone’s closet since the 70s. But their primitive quality does little to hide the raw spontaneity and creativity of this music.

The drone pieces, in particular, are given a pleasingly hazy quality that’s fitting for these nearly-forgotten communications from yesterday’s fringes.

Tracklisting

Disc 1

1. Tunnel music 1
2. Tunnel music 2
3. Tunnel music 3
4. The first subtle cabinet
5. Description of a mandala
6. Thunder cut

Disc 2

1. Chumlum
2. Trance 1
3. Trance 2
4. Two Speed Trance
5. Four Speed Trance
6. Shortwave radio
7. Electronic mix for expanded cinema
8. Organ & drum
9. Universal solar calender
10. Tambura drone sine wave generator

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June 25, 2008 Posted by | Angus Maclise, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | 3 Comments

Angus Maclise (ex Velvet Underground) – Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda


Angus Maclise (ex Velvet Underground) – Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda

Percussionist, poet, and artistic instigator Angus Maclise has an exceptional résumé but a microscopic discography.

He was the Velvet Underground’s first drummer (he left the band because he could not accept the restrictions that accompanied paying gigs) and a key player alongside Tony Conrad and John Cale in LaMonte Young’s Theater of Eternal Music.

Maclise recorded soundtracks for many underground films during the late ’60s and early ’70s, but made no effort to get his music pressed onto records; after his death in 1979 his work lay dormant until the release of this colorfully packaged CD. Maclise’s music turns out to be much more freewheeling than that of his more famous colleagues.

Most of it features complex, constantly evolving percussion spiraling around heavily echoed flutes and hypnotically droning organ. The odd track out is “Shortwave India,” a bracing electronic blast that predicts the efforts of contemporary noisemongers like John Duncan and Merzbow.

– Bill Meyer

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Tracklisting

1. Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda (St. Marks Epiphany)
2. Shortwave-India
3. Heavenly Blue Pt. 4and5
4. Blastitude
5. Humming in the Night Skull

Here be Angus;

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June 25, 2008 Posted by | Angus Maclise, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Lou Reed & John Cale – Waiting for the Man – Bataclan ’72

I’m just lookin for a dear, dear friend of mine.
I’m waiting for my man.

A rare and fascinating video of Lou Reed and John Cale performing the VU classic, Waiting for My Man at the Bataclan in Paris in 1972.

An interesting version of this great track too. Much different emphasis and slower tempo than the original.

I always assumed that at that point, Cale was more likely to slit Reed’s throat than play live with him!

I’m waiting for my man
Twenty-six dollars in my hand
Up to Lexington, 125
Feel sick and dirty, more dead than alive
I’m waiting for my man

Hey, white boy, what you doin uptown?
Hey, white boy, you chasin our women around?
Oh pardon me sir, its the furthest from my mind
I’m just lookin for a dear, dear friend of mine
I’m waiting for my man

Here he comes, he’s all dressed in black
PR shoes and a big straw hat
He’s never early, he’s always late
First thing you learn is you always gotta wait
I’m waiting for my man

Up to a brownstone, up three flights of stairs
Everybody’s pinned you, but nobody cares
He’s got the works, gives you sweet taste
Ah then you gotta split because you got no time to waste
I’m waiting for my man

Baby don’t you holler, darlin don’t you bawl and shout
I’m feeling good, you know I’m gonna work it on out
I’m feeling good, I’m feeling oh so fine
Until tomorrow, but thats just some other time
I’m waiting for my man

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June 15, 2008 Posted by | John Cale, Lou Reed, Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, _ART, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Velvet Underground – First Album Test Acetate (1966 ) – RARE!

The Velvet Underground – 1st Album Test Acetate ( 1966 )

The Mystery Of The Velvet Underground’s “Real First Record”
(And How The Only Existing Copy Was Bought For 75 Cents!!)

Any VU fan would already know the score, but if you don’t the whole story of this record is set out below.

The acetate was so pricey because it’s thought to be the only surviving copy of the early version of The Velvet Undergrounds’ classic eponymous album.

The 1966 recording features nine alternative versions of Velvet Underground tracks and is thought to be part of the much reported lost Scepter Studio Recordings.

Arguably the rarest and most important rock’n’roll /art artefact in the world”. They claim that this is, in fact, the original version of the Velvets’ legendary first album The Velvet Underground and Nico, their proof being that producer Andy Warhol apparently sent it as the finished article to Columbia records – who responded to the depravity within with the words to the effect of “do you think we’re out of our fucking minds?”

Norman Dolph’s original acetate pressing of the Scepter Studios material contains several recordings that would make it onto the final album, though many are different mixes of those recordings and three are different takes entirely.

The acetate was pressed on April 25, 1966, shortly after the recording sessions. It would resurface decades later when it was bought by collector Warren Hill of Montreal, Canada in September 2002 at a flea market in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City for $0.75.

Hill put the album up for auction on eBay in November 2006.

On December 8, 2006, a winning bid for $155,401 was placed, but not honoured. The album was again placed for auction on eBay and was successfully sold on December 16, 2006 for $25,200.

It is important to note that ten songs were recorded during the Scepter sessions and only nine appear on the acetate cut. Dolph recalls “There She Goes Again” being the missing song (and, indeed, the version of “There She Goes Again” that appears on the final LP is attributed to the Scepter Studios session).

Though rumours have circulated concerning an eventual official release of this version of the album, this has yet to be confirmed or announced by any major record label. However, a ripped version of the acetate began circulating the internet in January 2007. Bootleg versions of the acetate tracks have also become available on vinyl and CD.

Tracklisting

  1. “European Son” – 8:49†
  2. “The Black Angel’s Death Song” – 3:13†
  3. “All Tomorrow’s Parties” – 5:51†
  4. “I’ll Be Your Mirror” – 2:07†
  5. “Heroin” – 6:12‡
  6. “Femme Fatale” – 2:36†
  7. “Venus In Furs” – 4:35‡
  8. “I’m Waiting For The Man” – 4:11‡
  9. “Run Run Run” – 4:23†
† – denotes track as same take, but different mix from album version
‡ – denotes track as different take from album version
Here she be:

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May 21, 2008 Posted by | John Cale, Lou Reed, Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

The Velvet Underground – Loaded (1970)

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Although for me The Velvets were never really The Velvets after John Cale’s expulsion – more Lou Teed and his band – this one is pretty fucking good!

http://pictopia.com/perl/get_image?provider_id=33&size=550x550_mb&ptp_photo_id=437068While John Cale certainly gave the first couple of Velvet Underground albums a signature sound, his departure enabled Lou Reed to do exactly what he does best: write kick-ass, stripped-down rock songs.

On Loaded his talent comes to full fruition. Who can imagine a world without “Sweet Jane” and “Rock & Roll,” arguably two of the greatest rock tunes ever penned.

The brilliance of those songs is so bright, it’s easy to overlook a couple of other Reed masterpieces: the tender, epic discourse of “New Age” (which highlights his assured sense of poetic wordplay: “And when you kissed Robert Mitchum / Gee, but I thought you’d never catch him!”) and the extended sweet blues romp of “Oh! Sweet Nuthin’.”

On Loaded the Velvet Underground – who before had hit the sonic ceiling experimenting with shattered chords, feedback, screeching violas, and what Reed once claimed was “the fastest guitar playing ever” – eschew the dark side of noise for clarity.

Check out the ringing chime that begins “Who Loves the Sun” and the sterling (no pun intended) guitar riff that drives “Rock & Roll.”

This is not to say that the old ragged punch of the original Velvets is completely gone. Moe Tucker still beats a mean set of skins; there’s no stopping Sterling Morrison’s train-wreck rhythm guitar on “Train Round the Bend”; and “Head Held High” achieves near-“Sister Ray” moments of madness.


– Tod Nelson

Revered or despised by fans, I’m one of those who finds “Loaded” to be one of the masterpieces of its generation. Granted, Lou Reed abandoned all the things that made the old Velvet Underground what it was, but this is a good straightahead rock record, full of fantastic songwriting, sarcasm, and brilliance.

So what makes “Loaded” so good? Stunning songwriting ably supported by sympathetic musicians. Reed, at the height of his powers as a rock and roll composer pulled off at least two classic songs that have worked their way into the collective unconsciousness in “Sweet Jane” and “Rock and Roll”. These two pieces have been imitated so heavily and fiercely that they sound familiar the first time you hear them, and both of them have a little something, quite undefinable (Reed claims in the case of “Sweet Jane” that it’s the extra chord that quickly sweeps by in the progression, I think it’s an unnerving amount of passion in the vocal presonally) that makes them perfect.

The rest of the album doesn’t quite live up to them, but it’s full of superb songs, from the Beatlesque “Who Loves the Sun” to the sarcastic “New Age” and “Lonesome Cowboy Bill” to the the explosive “Held Held High” and the churning “Train Round the Bend”. There are no real low points on the record, it’s in fact all quite good. Highly recommended.

– Amazon reviewer

Tracklisting

1. Who Loves The Sun 2:45

2. Sweet Jane 4:09

3. Rock And Roll 4:45

4. Cool It Down 3:06

5. New Age 5:09

6. Head Held High 2:58

7. Lonesome Cowboy Bill 2:45

8. I Found A Reason 4:17

9. Train Round The Bend 3:22

10. Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ 7:29

Let’s get loaded mofos!

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May 21, 2008 Posted by | Canon, Lou Reed, Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Femme Fatale – Lou Reed

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Here she comes, you better watch your step
She’s going to break your heart in two, it’s true
It’s not hard to realize
Just look into her false colored eyes
She builds you up to just put you down, what a clown

‘Cause everybody knows, She’s a femme fatale
The things she does to please, She’s a femme fatale
She’s just a little tease, She’s a femme fatale
See the way she walks
Hear the way she talks

You’re written in her book
You’re number 37, have a look
She’s going to smile to make you frown, what a clown
Little boy, she’s from the street
Before you start, you’re already beat
She’s gonna play you for a fool, yes it’s true

‘Cause everybody knows, She’s a femme fatale
The things she does to please, She’s a femme fatale
She’s just a little tease, She’s a femme fatale
See the way she walks
Hear the way she talks

A beautiful and moody shot by streetQueen

May 3, 2008 Posted by | Lou Reed, streetQueen, The Velvet Underground, _PHOTOGRAPHY, _POETRY | Leave a comment