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8 thoughts on “ Street Hassle - Lou Reed - Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. To my sensibilities, Lou Reed's 70s albums remain his best, and "Street Hassle" is a great one, arriving in the wake of the punk movement which Reed helped to create. The disc was recorded in stereo binaural sound, a process that renders a supposedly three-dimensional experience when the listener uses headphones/5(97).
  2. Format: Vinyl LP album. Arista Records, USA release from Solo LP release from ex Velvet Underground member Lou Reed. Comes with the original inner sleeve. First or early pressing with ABRE1-SA 1 and ABSB-REC in run out grooves. 8 tracks/5(99).
  3. Nov 21,  · referencing Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners, 2xLP, Album, Gat, XL , AL There's a mistake in the Tracklist of this German version. It states side C: Walk On The Wild Side / Leave Me Alone and Side D: Coney Island Baby / Street Hassle, although it's the other way around.4/5().
  4. May 17,  · If you're a fan who wants a look into the mind of Lou Reed, comic or otherwise, Live: Take No Prisoners certainly fills the bill, but if you want to hear Lou actually play his music, you're better off with Rock N Roll Animal or Live in Italy. But then again, as Lou himself points out, "What's wrong with cheap dirty jokes?5/
  5. Around Street Hassle, Reed was identifying as gay – almost uniquely in rock’n’roll. As bass player Moose Boles, who was soon to join Reed’s live band, observes, “Lou and Rachel lived at 53 Christopher Street, and that was a very historic address: it’s where America’s gay rights movement started, at .
  6. May 23,  · Live: Take No Prisoners Recording Live: Take No Prisoners was recorded during the series of albums where Reed employed the use of a binaural recording setup, using a dummy head with microphones in each ear. The back cover of the album notes: "Produced by Lou Reed for Sister Ray Enterprises LTD. This is a binaural sound recording.".
  7. With the exception of Metal Machine Music, Street Hassle was Reed 's rawest set of the s; partly recorded live, with arrangements stripped to the bone, Street Hassle was dark, deep, and ominous, a degree turn from the polished neo-glam of Transformer.
  8. Street Hassle Lyrics: Part A: Waltzing Matilda / Waltzing Matilda whipped out her wallet / Sexy boys smiled in dismay / She took out four twenties cause she liked round figures / Everybody's queen.

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