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THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LIVE AT MAX’S KANSAS CITY-VINYL EDITION.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LIVE AT MAX’S KANSAS CITY-VINYL EDITION.

1970 should’ve been the start of a new era for The Velvet Underground. They had just signed a two album deal with Atlantic Records in late 1969. 4,751 more words

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On January 30, 1968.

On January 30, 1968, “Verve” label released “White Light/White Heat”, the second Velvet Underground studio album. “White Light/White Heat” was recorded in September 1967, at the “Scepter Studios” in New York, and was produced by Tom Wilson.   145 more words

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LIVE AT MAX’S KANSAS CITY.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LIVE AT MAX’S KANSAS CITY.

1970 should’ve been the start of a new era for The Velvet Underground. They had just signed a two album deal with Atlantic Records in late 1969. 4,701 more words

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THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LOADED (IMPORT).

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LOADED (IMPORT).

For The Velvet Underground, 1969 had been a turbulent year. They had released their third album The Velvet Underground in March 1969. 3,181 more words

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On January 10, 1989.

On January 10, 1989, “Sire” label released “New York”, the fifteenth Lou Reed solo album. “New York” was recorded from May to October 1988, at the “Media Sound, Studio B” in New York, and was produced by Fred Maher and Lou Reed. 86 more words

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LOADED.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LOADED.

For The Velvet Underground, 1969 had been a turbulent year. They had released their third album The Velvet Underground in March 1969. It featured the debut of Doug Yule, who was brought in to replace John Cale. 3,167 more words

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THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LOADED BOX SET.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND-LOADED BOX SET.

For The Velvet Underground, 1969 had been a turbulent year. They had released their third album The Velvet Underground in March 1969. 3,431 more words

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