Hören Sie sich Lou Reeds 1965er Demo von „Heroin“ an

Hören Sie sich Lou Reeds 1965er Demo von „Heroin“ an

Worte & Musik, Mai 1965 Erscheint am 26. August über Light in the Attic

18. Juli 2022

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Light in the Attic wird in Zusammenarbeit mit Laurie Anderson ein neues Lou Reed-Compilation-Album veröffentlichen, Worte & Musik, Mai 1965, das Original-Demos von Songs enthält, die später von The Velvet Underground aufgenommen wurden, sowie nie zuvor gehörte Kompositionen. Heute haben sie ein 1965er Demo von Reed mit „Heroin“ geteilt, dessen endgültige Version auf dem Album der Band von 1967 enthalten sein sollte The Velvet Underground & Nico. Die Demo wurde zusammen mit Bandkollege John Cale aufgenommen. Unten anhören.

Worte & Musik, Mai 1965 wurde von Laurie Anderson, Don Fleming, Jason Stern, Hal Willner und Matt Sullivan produziert, mit Liner Notes von Greil Marcus. Eine begleitende digitale EP mit sechs Songs, Gee Whiz, 1958-1964erscheint am 7. Oktober.

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