Vinyl: LOU REED – NEW YORK IN LA Goes Deluxe

Vinyl: LOU REED – NEW YORK IN LA Goes Deluxe

DELUXE VINYL VERSION!

As Part of PHD’s February releases from Let Them Eat Vinyl Series

Lou Reed’s 15th solo album, New York, released early in 1989, was universally praised by critics and fans alike and became Reed’s must successful album since 1974’s Sally Can’t Dance, reaching No. 40 on Billboard and No. 14 in the UK. On 22nd April Lou played the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, a performance which was the subject of a live FM broadcast by local radio – the results of which can now be heard on this release. Featuring 10 of “New York”’s 14 cuts, plus a smattering of oldies and a somewhat unusual choice of cover in Ol’ Blue Eyes’ ‘One For My Baby’ – this recording is a delightful artefact for fans of the late Lou Reed and a nice reminder of what this often misrepresented albeit legendary artist was capable of.

SIDE A

1.Romeo Had Juliette

2.Halloween Parade

3.Dirty Blvd.

4.Endless Cycle

 

SIDE B

5.There Is No Time

6.Last Great American Whale

7.Beginning Of A Great Adventure

 

SIDE C

8.Busload Of Faith

9.Strawman

10.Dime Store Mystery

11.I Love You Suzanne

 

SIDE D

12.One For My Baby

13.Doing The Things That We Want To

14.Rock And Roll 15.Video Violence

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Vinyl: LOU REED – NEW YORK IN LA Goes Deluxe