♫ Velvet Underground - Lou Reed & John Cale & Nico - Waiting for the Man ♫

  • Lou Reed lived in the 1970s, a house next to David Bowie, they both had there one of its greatest inspiritativsten stages of their musical creativity, with sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll, now comes the Berlin hype of the 70 years.
    Velvet Underground, Nico, Sid Vicious, by the way on the same day as I have a birthday, and was born only 11 years earlier, to play bass guitar as little as I could, and we let's first case ...
    Lou Reed and John Cale with "Waiting for my man" - Live in Hempstead, New York, 26th December 1972

    [1972 Bataclan was deleted by Youtube]









  • This album also Lou Reed best live solo album (thanks to the fabulous group "The Tots") can be viewed was recorded on December 26, 1972, transferred to a "Saturday night in concert" radio broadcast in January 1972 which was then broadcast the mid-1980s again. It shows the title from his time with Velvet Underground and his later solo hits, but above all it shows tracks from his most successful album Transformer, produced by David Bowie, and arranged by his epic guitarist Mick Ronson. The tots (The tots) at the time were at the top of their form with a brilliant ensemble, guitar playing, and Lou Reed himself gets an enthusiastic reception from the audience from his hometown.


    Lou Reed - Live in Hampstead - New York, 26. December 1972


    1. I'm Waiting For My Man
    2. Sweet Jane
    3. Walk On The Wild Side
    4. Walk It Talk It
    5. Berlin
    6. Vicious
    7. Rock 'n Roll
    8. Satellite Of Love
    9. I'm So Free
    10. Heroin
    11. White Light-White Heat


    Lou Reed: Guitar, Vocals
    mit "The Tots":
    Bass - Bobby Resigno
    Drums - Scottie Clark
    Lead and Slide Guitar - Eddie Reynolds
    Lead and Rhythm Guitar - Vinny LaPorta