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9 thoughts on “ You Wear It So Well - Lou Reed - Sweet Lou (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mar 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sweet Lou (Walking On L.A.'s Wild Side 12/1/76) on Discogs.4/5(8).
  2. Get some Sea Fin Teak oil By Dalys if you can find it on the East coast. It's for sail boat decks. Really good UV protection. It's used just like Watco. You just slop it on, let it set for about 10 or 15 minutes and wipe and buff. I think it would work great on your lamp. JW.
  3. 1 day ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rock And Roll Heart on Discogs. Label: Arista - AL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll, Jazz-Rock/5(3).
  4. Bang! Records presents Thinking Of Another Place, Lou Reed's first triple-live vinyl LP from 's Rock'n' Roll Heart USA tour.A superb performance recorded for radio broadcast, restored and remastered, Reed plays seven tracks from that album alongside songs from Transformer (), Berlin (), Sally Can´t Dance (, and Coney Island Baby (), as well as some excellent Velvet.
  5. You Wear It So Well Lyrics: All of those things / Yeah, that you got to give / Yeah, you wear it so well (you wear it so well) / Hey, you wear it so well (you wear it so well) / All of those.
  6. Lou Reed at his mid 70s live peak! Volumes have already been and will continue to be written about Lou's output in the 70s, and rightly so. This set is particularly amazing in that it follows the artful highpoint/financial failure that is Berlin – so Lou is doing the rock & roll star LP, Vinyl record album.
  7. Three songs come from the awful Rock and Roll Heart album - and, strangely, outside the context of the original lp, they sound great. It is a shame that the opportunity wasn't used to detach more gems from the dross. Anyone wanting a Lou Reed compilation will presumably head for NYC Man, as they should/5(6).
  8. The writing credits are all Reed’s, with Metallica as collaborators, and the whole album sounds like it. And back to the self-amputation of legs and tits. This is the lead-off track “Brandenburg Gate”. Instantly, it’s obvious it’s not Metallica, but rather Lou Reed strained through a Metallica filter.

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