Lou Reed - New York album
Title: New York
Style: Art Rock
Date of release: 1989
Size MP3: 1647 mb
Size FLAC: 1694 mb
Format: WMA VQF MMF VOX MP3 MOD AU
New York is the fifteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in January 1989 by Sire Records. The album received universal critical success upon release, and is widely considered to be among Reed's strongest solo efforts. It is highly regarded for the strength and force of its lyrical content; Reed stated that he required simple music so that it would not distract from his frank lyrics. The single "Dirty Blvd.
Lou Reed: The Early Years. The Sire Years: The Solo Collection. 2010 Live in New York - Transformer tour 1972. Walking On The Wild Side.
Album New York (1988). Jeffrey Lesser, Lou Reed. Lou Reed "New York" (1988) album.
new york album lou reed, new york album covers New York is the fifteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in January 1989. The album received universal critical success upon release, and is widely considered Reed's strongest solo effort It is highly regarded for the strength and force of its lyrical content; Reed stated that he required simple music so that it would not distract from his frank lyrics The single "Dirty Blvd" was a number-one hit on the newly created Billboard Modern Rock. Velvet Underground drummer Moe Tucker played percussion on two tracks. Reed's former band, the Velvet Underground, were at the peak of their cult popularity in the late 1980s, but his solo career had hit several lows during the 1980s The widespread popularity of New York reignited his career to the extent the Velvet Underground were revived for a world tour. 1 Background and lyrics.
Lou Reed is the debut solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1972 by RCA Records, two years after he left the Velvet Underground.
New York is Lou Reed’s 15th solo album, released in 1989 to broad critical acclaim. In New York, Reed builds upon on his longtime theme of documenting New York City’s underbelly and its most stigmatized and downtrodden residents. It is regarded as one of his most conceptual albums, and in the liner notes Reed himself instructs listeners to take in the whole album in one sitting, as though it were a book or a movie. Apologies to the late great Lou for breaking it down song-by-song. Producers Fred Maher & Lou Reed. Writers Lou Reed & Mike Rathke.
|A1||Romeo Had Juliette|
|A5||There Is No Time|
|A6||Last Great American Whale|
|A7||Beginning Of A Great Adventure|
|B1||Busload Of Faith|
|B2||Sick Of You|
|B4||Good Evening Mr. Waldheim|
|B5||Xmas In February|
|B7||Dime Store Mystery|
NotesVery similar to Lou Reed - New York but with different cassette shell.
On the inlay:
UK: WX 246C
France WE 481
Manufactured in Germany
On the cassette:
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7599-25829-4 0
- Other (Rights Society): GEMA BIEM
- Other (Label Code): LC 3228
|9 25829-2||Lou Reed||New York (CD, Album)||Sire||9 25829-2||US||1989|
|9 25829-1||Lou Reed||New York (LP, Album)||Sire||9 25829-1||Israel||1989|
|925 829-1, WX 246||Lou Reed||New York (LP, Album)||Sire, Sire||925 829-1, WX 246||UK & Europe||1989|
|1-25829||Lou Reed||New York (LP, Promo)||Sire||1-25829||US||1989|
|9 25829-2||Lou Reed||New York (CD, Album, Club, RE)||Sire||9 25829-2||US||Unknown|