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The Velvet Underground & Nico, 1967 - The Velvet Underground & Nico [LP]

Добавил Stepan 11.02.2018 в 19:52
Style: Psychedelic Rock / Garage Rock
Country: United States
Format: WAV
Size: 503 Mb

Artwork Included

Original US LP Verve Records ‎– V6-5008
 
Tracks Listing:
A1 I'm Waiting For The Man 4:37
Written-By – Lou Reed

A2 Femme Fatale 2:35
Written-By – Lou Reed

A3 Venus In Furs 5:07
Written-By – Lou Reed

A4 Run, Run, Run 4:18
Written-By – Lou Reed

A5 All Tomorrow's Parties 5:55
Written-By – Lou Reed

B1 Heroin 7:05
Written-By – Lou Reed

B2 There She Goes Again 2:30
Written-By – Lou Reed

B3 I'll Be Your Mirror 2:01
Written-By – Lou Reed

B4 Black Angel's Death Song 3:10
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed

B5 European Son To Delmore Schwartz 7:44
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed, Maureen Tucker*, Sterling Morrison

Credits:
Design [Cover Design] – Acy R. Lehman*
Lead Guitar, Guitar [Ostrich], Vocals – Lou Reed
Painting [Cover Painting Banana] – Andy Warhol
Percussion – Maureen Tucker*
Photography By – Hugo, Paul Morrissey 
Producer – Andy Warhol
Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar – Sterling Morrison
Viola [Electric], Piano, Bass Guitar – John Cale
Vocals [Chanteuse] – Nico 

Notes:
Torso cover with journalist Emerson superimposed on Lou Reed's face on the back cover.

This is the first pressing of late 1966 that does not include the track "Sunday Morning", which was originally not intended for release. "Sunday Morning" would later appear as a single in December of 1966 to promote the release of the album in March of the following year. Aiming to create a hit for the album, the song was added at the last minute for commercial release. Prominent use of celesta was the idea of John Cale, who noticed the instrument in the studio and impulsively decided to use it for the song.

Although the other tracks are present, they are of a different mix to the commercial release. This pressing was also produced by Andy Warhol exclusively, whereas the commercial release was not just his input.

The label on the record incorrectly credits Tom Wilson with "Sunday Morning" and it's production, but the track does not actually appear. "Heroin, Venus In Furs, I'm Waiting For The Man and European Son" were re-recorded in LA by Tom Wilson. The mix may be slightly different, but the recordings are those used on the commercial release.

The matrix differs from the commercial release. This pressing does not have the "REV' dead-wax etching, which present on Side 1 of all US commercial copies in 1967. This "REV" at the end of the Side 1 matrix was to indicate that a revision was made, (i.e. the track "Sunday Morning" was added).
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