Gregg Turner With Billy Bill Miller - I Dreamed I Met Lou Reed album download
|A||I Dreamed I Met Lou Reed||3:49|
|B||I Lost My Baby To The Guy At The Bobcat Bite||3:47|
- Autoharp – Bill Miller
- Bass Guitar – Anne Speroni
- Drums, Tambourine – Britt Alexander
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Photography By, Design – Ronn Spencer
- Written By, Vocals, Guitar – Gregg Turner
NotesDedicated to the memory of R. I. Turner (1916 - 2012)
Performers per label:
A Side - Gregg Turner with Billy Bill Miller & The Shades
B Side - Gregg Turner with Billy Bill Miller & The Bobcats
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 614257003679
The Raven is the nineteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in 2003 by Sire Records. It is a concept album, recounting the short stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe through word and song, and was based on his 2000 opera co-written with Robert Wilson, POEtry. The Raven features new and very different versions of two songs that Reed had released on earlier albums: "Perfect Day" (originally found on 1972's Transformer) and "The Bed" (from 1973's Berlin).
A I Dreamed I Met Lou Reed. B I Lost My Baby To The Guy At The Bobcat Bite 3:47. Autoharp – Bill Miller Bass Guitar – Anne Speroni Drums, Tambourine – Britt Alexander Mastered By – John Golden Photography By, Design – Ronn Spencer Written By, Vocals, Guitar – Gregg Turner.
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.
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Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed. Rolling Stone pays tribute to Lou Reed, the outsider who changed the course of rock & roll, on the cover of our new issue. In an exclusive essay for RS, Laurie Anderson reflects on her 21-year relationship with Reed and his final moments. Lou Reed’s last words: watch his final interview. I met Lou in Munich, not New York.
Thematically, Reed accomplished this, bringing the same violence, tenderness, and streetwise decadence to his work as his literary heroes did to theirs. But formally, he drew on another battery of influences: classic soul, doo wop, rhythm and blues, folk, jazz, and early rock and roll. Cribbing from all these genres during his long career, Reed displayed a seemingly effortless mastery of archetypal American pop music. Unlike Leonard Cohen--another literary songwriter drawn to life’s darker themes--Reed did not leave college and start publishing poetry. In 1964, he moved to New York to begin.
Lou Reed entered the '70s as a solo artist after a celebrated career as the leader of the influential Velvet Underground. As time went on, his influence on punk, New Wave, college rock, alternative music and indie rock was undisputed. But back in the early '70s, when he left the Velvet Underground for a solo career, nobody was sure how long he would even last.
Send "Billy Ray" Ringtone to your Cell. He sang Honky Tonk Woman and American Pie Most big city people would rather pass him by Hes been sleeping on sidewalks under a neon sky Lonely heart of a rebel has made the boy streetwise. He's got to give blood just to get his meals out here in Music City, . Send "Billy Ray" Ringtone to your Cell.
com/Lou Reed (rugby player). Lou Reed is the debut solo album by musician Lou Reed, released in 1972 by RCA Records two years after he left The Velvet Underground. The album comprises eight new recordings of then-unreleased Velvet Underground songs, plus two new songs, "Going Down" and "Berlin" (the latter was re-recorded by Reed as the title track for his 1973 album Berlin).