The Great Live Albums is our new bimonthly column taking a look at some of the best—or at least most interesting—live recordings in pop music history. What do they teach us about pop music history? Of course, one place where songwriting, recording, and live performance all collide—not always well—is the live album. Live albums are fascinating. Some bands are better live. Some are worse.
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Lou Reed Live is a live album by Lou Reed , released in Between this album and the remastered Rock 'n' Roll Animal the entire show has been released, albeit in a different order than the original concert setlist. The title was changed to reflect this, but the contents remained unchanged.
By Sergio Ariza
Lou's best live album, remastered from the original tapes and featuring two previously unreleased performances of Caroline Says and How Do You Think It Feels! Four tracks are VU classics two about the redemptive power of rock, two about the transformative power of dope dressed up into slick, flashy twin-guitar noodle-fests, with big riffs and showboating solos and Reed practically phoning in his vocals. It was something of a hit at the time, and it's easy to hear how the simple forcefulness of these songs sounded good on earlys radio. But Reed doesn't bother to conceal his contempt for the commercial trappings he's put on his songs--"Heroin," in particular, turns from savage ambivalence into an easy cartoon--and the album's hard to like now. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
In its original form, it features five songs, four of which were initially recorded by The Velvet Underground. The two guitarists would later form the basis of the first Alice Cooper solo band, beginning on Welcome to My Nightmare , which also features Glan and John. A sleeper hit , it peaked at No.