New York Lou Reed
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- 1Romeo Had Juliette03:10
- 2Halloween Parade03:33
- 3Dirty Blvd.03:29
- 4Endless Cycle04:02
- 5There Is No Time03:46
- 6Last Great American Whale03:42
- 7Beginning Of A Great Adventure04:58
- 8Busload Of Faith04:50
- 9Sick Of You03:25
- 10Hold On03:24
- 11Good Evening Mr. Waldheim04:36
- 12Xmas In February02:57
- 14Dime Store Mystery05:02
Info for New York
Arguably the finest album of Reed's solo career, „New York“ hails back to the days of the Velvets with its no-nonsense approach and unflinchingly sardonic lyrics. The difference is that there's a lifetime of learning in the songs here, and Reed had learned how to focus his incisive wit, sharpening his lyrical knife to a fine point with attacks on the NYPD, Jesse Jackson, right wing extremists and a host of others. An attractive development on „New York“ is the way Reed deftly intermingles plain-spoken socio-political observations with inspired poetic flights, as on the street fable 'Romeo Had Juliette.'
Reed proves to be an adept social critic on 'Endless Cycle,' which examines the cyclical nature of physical abuse with unerring precision, and the unlikely radio hit 'Dirty Blvd.,' where Reed takes a look at the disparity between haves and have-nots in his storied home town. On 'Dimestore Mystery,' a precursor to Songs For Drella, he uses Andy Warhols death as a vehicle for musing on the human and the divine, and the mortality that separates the two. Mo Tucker's guest appearance on this track furthers the VU comparisons. After the Velvet Underground albums, „New York“ is the essential Lou Reed work to own.
Lou Reed, vocals, guitar, background vocals
Mike Rathke, guitar
Rob Wasserman, Clevinger electric upright six-string bass
Fred Maher, drums, bass
Maureen Tucker, percussion
Dion DiMucci, background vocals on 'Dirty Blvd'
Jeffrey Lesser, background vocals
Recorded from May–October 1988 at Media Sound, Studio B, New York City
Engineered by Jeffrey Lesser
Mastered by Bob Ludwig
Produced by Lou Reed, Fred Maher
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