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8 thoughts on “ Sweet Jane - Lou Reed - Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners (CD, Album)

  1. Nov 21,  · referencing Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners, 2xLP, Album, Gat, XL , AL There's a mistake in the Tracklist of this German version. It states side C: Walk On The Wild Side / Leave Me Alone and Side D: Coney Island Baby / Street Hassle, although it's the other way around.4/5().
  2. "Take No Prisoners" can basically be summed up as Lou Reed doing standup comedy to the strains of his greatest hits. Yes, while his band vamps away at "Sweet Jane", "Walk on the Wild Side", and "Coney Island Baby" (among others), Reed proceeds to rip everyone in sight a new you-know-what/5(14).
  3. Live: Take No Prisoners Wikipedia article Album by Lou Reed. Disc 1 Sweet Jane I Wanna Be Black Satellite of Love Pale Blue Eyes Berlin I'm Waiting for My Man Disc 2 Coney Island Baby Street Hassle Walk on the Wild Side Leave Me Alone External links Amazon: buy Live: Take No Prisoners flexvelcremobuldoydondeworhardnetul.xyzinfo
  4. Live In Italy is an album by Lou Reed recorded live over two nights in September (on the 7th in Verona and on the 10th, at the ruins of Circus Maximus, in Rome) using the Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. It was issued on vinyl only in Germany, UK and Japan. At the time, Reed and his band were on a world tour to promote the album Legendary Hearts.A live video, A Night with Lou Reed, filmed at a.
  5. Sweet Jane (Live at the Bottom Line, New York, NY - May ) The Raven (Standard Package - 1 CD) Lou Reed. The Raven is the nineteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in by Sire Records. It is a concept album, recounting the short stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe through word and song, and was /5(10).
  6. Album. Live: Take No Prisoners Lou Reed. Released November Live: Take No Prisoners Tracklist. 1. Sweet Jane [Live: Take No Prisoners] Lyrics. 2. I Wanna Be Black [Live.
  7. "I do Lou Reed better than anybody, so I thought I'd get in on it," Reed says at one point during this double live set, and that seems to sum up the album's theme quite well. Recorded during a week of shows at New York's Bottom Line in , Live: Take No Prisoners presents Lou Reed the Standup Comic, doing schtick on Patti Smith ("F*ck Radio Ethiopia, man!5/
  8. Often called "the Lou Reed comedy album," Prisoners has the totally revved-up artist coming on like a rock & roll Lenny Bruce as he delivers often hilarious monologues: Sweet Jane" and "Walk on the Wild Side" are nothing but that, with the band vamping behind him. Reed's targeted subjects include Barbra Streisand, Robert Christgau, Patti Smith /5(45).

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