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Download Various - The Early Roots Of Lou Reed - Excursions On A Wobbly Rail

Download Various - The Early Roots Of Lou Reed - Excursions On A Wobbly Rail

Performer: Various
Album: The Early Roots Of Lou Reed - Excursions On A Wobbly Rail
Country: Europe
Released: 2013
Label: Bellaphon
Catalog number: GM 6596
MP3 version ZIP size: 1055 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2140 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2619 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 075
Tracklist
1The Jades So Blue2:08
2Lillian Leach And The MellowsSmoke From Your Cigarette2:13
3Carl PerkinsHoney Don't2:45
4Cecil Taylor QuartetExcursion On A Whobby Rail9:00
5Billy Lee RileyRed Hot2:28
6Skeeter DavisThe End Of The World2:35
7Ornette ColemannLonely Woman4:04
8Ricky Nelson Hello Mary Lou2:15
9Steve Lacy With Don CherrySan Francisco Holyday4:25
10The Jades Leave Her For Me2:33
11LeadbellyWhere Did You Sleep Last Night2:53
12The DriftersSave The Last Dance For Me2:33
13Elvis PresleyMystery Train2:23
14Roy Orbison And The Teen KingsOoby Dooby2:14
15Dion & The BelmontsThe Wanderer2:43
16Rosie & The OriginalsAngel Baby2:46

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Excursions on Wobbly Rail. A blog about music that is not always new or easy to come across, but that is inspiring and exciting. In the early 1960's, Lou Reed hosted a radio program called Excursions on a Wobbly Rail that was named after a song by the Cecil Taylor Quartet. This blog is about music that is not always new or easy to come across, but that is inspiring and exciting. If successful, the blog will have new music u. Reed cleaned up in the early 1980s, and gradually returned to prominence with New Sensations 1984, reaching a critical and commercial career peak with his 1989 album New York. In 1961, he began hosting a late-night radio program on WAER called Excursions on a Wobbly Rail. Named after a song by pianist Cecil Taylor, the program typically featured doo wop, rhythm and blues, and jazz, particularly the free jazz developed in the mid-1950s. Reed said that when he started out he was inspired by such musicians as. Reed released his third live album, Live: Take No Prisoners, in 1978 some. 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. It was produced by Richard Robinson and Reed and features London session musicians as Reed's backing band, two of whom, Rick Wakeman and Steve Howe, were from the British progressive rock band Yes. Wakeman recalled that during the recording sessions, the lights had to be out so nobody could see. The album was recorded in Morgan Studios, London. Way back in high school, Lou Reed formed a band, got a record deal, and even released a promising single. But his dyspeptic nature alienated his friends. But if you were to do a word cloud of memories of Reed in the various volumes that have been published on his life, the word asshole would turn up in surprisingly large type. Here again is Reeds great subject: the roots of the deranged, the depraved, and the dysfunctional in our quote-unquote normalcy. He struggled to articulate this passion throughout his career, never more passionately and believably than here. Reed met Schwartz early in his tenure at SU. Schwartz, a poet and professor, was the inspiration for several songs Reed wrote while attending SU, including Waiting for the Man and Heroin. Ironically, Yaffe says, Reed had never even tried heroin when he wrote the latter. He hosted his own jazz radio show on WAER called Excursions on a Wobbly Rail. He spent time at the Orange Bar with Schwartz. He briefly studied opera. And those roots, those dark lyrical tendencies, began in earnest atop the hill that overlooks Syracuse. Enslin, the SU professor, had a chance to meet a 65-year-old Reed in 2007, and describes a man quite different than the portrait commonly painted. Certainly Led Zeppelin's. And early Zep certainly borrowed deeply from both blues and folk traditions, albeit they made their tunes a lot heavier. There are a number of obvious choices here, tunes the band actually covered, such as Memphis Minnie's When the Levee Breaks, Gallis Pole, by Leadbelly, which means the same thing as Gallow's Pole, and Blind Willie Johnson's Nobody's Fault But Mine. The album, Lou Reed, contained smoothly produced versions of un- released Velvet Underground songs, some of which had originally been recorded by the Velvets for Loaded but. shelved see the Peel Slowly and See box set. This first solo album was overlooked by most pop music critics and. By keeping close to the roots he. The overall impression is that of a. In December 1972, Reed released Transformer. Lou Reed doesn't just write about squalid characters, he allows them to leer and breathe in their own voices, and he colors familiar landscapes through their own eyes. This Lou Reed discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Lou Reed albums can be rightfully found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Lou Reed's singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. Make sure you don't just vote for critically acclaimed albums if you have a favorite Lou Reed album, then vote it up, even if it's not necessarily the most popular. Lou Reed performs at Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Michel LinssenRedferns. On the Velvet Undergrounds second album,White LightWhite Heat, Reed pushed the group as far as he could with this epic of noise and debauchery: seventeen and a half improvised minutes, with lyrics about a drug-fueled transvestite orgy. It would serve as a blueprint and inspiration for countless bands in the following decades but on its release in 1968, with psychedelic sounds seemingly everywhere, the Velvets stood alone, a genre unto themselves. He was a platoon leader in ROTC and was later expelled from the program for holding an unloaded gun to his superior's head. In 1961, he began hosting a late-night radio program on WAER called Excursions On A Wobbly Rail. Named after a song by pianist Cecil Taylor, the program typically featured doo wop, rhythm and blues, and jazz. The album, Lou Reed, contained smoothly produced versions of. Rock 'n' Roll Animal, featuring primarily Velvet Underground material, and its follow-up released in early 1975 Lou Reed Live, its time divided primarily
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