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The Velvet Underground - Singles 1966-69 album mp3

The Velvet Underground - Singles 1966-69 album mp3

Performer: The Velvet Underground
Title: Singles 1966-69
Country: US
Released: 2009
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Psychedelic Rock, Avantgarde
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 907
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Single One: Originally issued as The Velvet Underground And Nico (3) - All Tomorrow's Parties, Verve VK-10427, July 1966. Track A: Master number 100667 Track B: Master number 100668 Both tracks recorded April 1966 at Scepter Studios, New York, NY and May 1966 at . Studios, Hollywood, CA. Single Two: Originally issued as Verve VK-10466, Dec. 1966. Track C: Master number 101592. Recorded November 1966 at Mayfair Recording Studios, New York, NY. Track D: Master number 100903. Recorded April 1966 at Scepter Studios, New York, NY and May 1966 at .

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule, who was a replacement for John Cale. Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood, California, the album's sound-consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs-marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings.

Velvet underground - singles 1966-69 limited 7" box set mint unplayed sealed. The Velvet Underground - Singles 1966-69. List price Previous priceEUR 8. 8. Postage not specified. Velvet underground, the - singles 1966-69 7 X 7" box set - vinyl - new. Eur 5. 0.

The Velvet Underground was an American rock band formed in 1964 in New York City by singer/guitarist Lou Reed, t John Cale, guitarist Sterling Morrison, and drummer Angus MacLise (replaced by Moe Tucker in 1965). The band was initially active between 1965 and 1973, and was briefly managed by the pop artist Andy Warhol, serving as the house band at the Factory and Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable events from 1966 to 1967.

The Velvet Underground 7" Singles 1966 - 69 Box Set. Sundazed 2009. This in Brand New condition!

Loaded (The Velvet Underground album). Loaded is the fourth studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground, released in November 1970 by Atlantic Records' subsidiary label Cotillion. It was the final album recorded featuring founding member and main songwriter Lou Reed, who left shortly before its release. Loaded was ranked 110 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

Velvet Underground Radio Spot. Learn more about The Velvet Underground. The Velvet Underground were arguably more popular in Boston than anywhere else, and their home from home in the city was the famed Boston Tea Party, located at 53 Berkeley Street. Coinciding with their third visit of the year, between March 13th and 15th, came the release of their self-titled third album.

Tracklist

Single One
All Tomorrow's Parties 2:46
I'll Be Your Mirror 2:06
Single Two
Sunday Morning 2:53
Femme Fatale 2:40
Single Three
White Light/White Heat 2:44
Here She Comes Now 2:00
Single Four
White Light/White Heat 2:44
I Heard Her Call My Name (Alternate Mono Mix) 4:37
Single Five
Temptation Inside Your Heart 2:30
Stephanie Says 2:48
Single Six
What Goes On 2:33
Jesus 3:25
Single Seven
VU Radio Spot 2:30
VU Radio Spot 2:30

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S 7002, B0012908-01 The Velvet Underground Singles 1966-69 ‎(7x7", Mono, RE + Box, Comp) Sundazed Music, Universal Music Special Markets S 7002, B0012908-01 US 2009
S 7002 The Velvet Underground Singles 1966-69 ‎(7x7", Mono, RE, Col + Box, Comp, Ltd) Sundazed Music S 7002 US 2013


Reviews (2)
Ydely
i am bitterly dissapointed about a poor performance of this 7 x 7'' box.if you are a real velvet underground fan, you better look some elsewhere !!!i am in the 7'' inch business for a long time now,since became a lover of jamaican music.7'' & 12'' vinyl are well known for a powerful sound.especially us & eu releases.i expected some well mastered & produced 7 inches from one of my favorite labels,due to the price of this box.but the dynamic is very very low herethat will cause high surface noise some day.i pre mono versions but any well pressed stereo version from album sounds much better than this.even they are not flat, not pressed well,can't believe my eyes.sundazed records not so pretty here !

Xisyaco
For the cost that this box set is going for currently I have to say it's not totally worth getting unless you're one who HAS to have it regardless. It is a great collector's item, I will give it that, and when I first learned of its release I didn't hesitate to buy it, though I feel it may've been a bit of a waste, considering I have essentially all of the material already, but the extra 'radio spot's record is a great bonus, and the mono mixes, which I don't have on CD, are exciting, getting to hear some of my all-time favorites in a new light. And let's face it, vinyl records are SOOO much cooler to have than CD's, there's just something about the appeal of a record that CD's will never have, and don't get me started on people who buy only mp3's...Anyway, what is here, as is clear in the thorough description, are 7"records, though unfortunately only two of them have colored sleeves (the rest have plain brown paper sleeves); although All Tomorrow's Parties is pretty much the only one that originally did come with a colored sleeve (and in this collection the Radio Spot sleeve gets its own, made from their third album cover photo) I still think they could've done some photoshopping of old band photos (like all the booleggers do) for those extra 5 records to give the set a more visual appeal. That is essentially my biggest dissappointment.But this set does obviously have a great many perks, including, as I've said before, the one record that has the radio spots, the two aborted singles, the booklet and the neat little postcard, which came as a delightful surprise, because it can now join my collection of musician postcards.I'm also totally fine with the fact that this collection completely neglects the singles from Loaded (which makes sense since that's on a different record company); I don't care what anyone says, Loaded is 80% mainstream wannabe garbage, and the rest isn't that much better in my opinion.Altogether, if you aren't a major completist of VU but want something new for your collection, I'd strongly recommend skipping this and try seeking out some good bootlegged live recordings, since VU is notorious for their live work, seemingly almost moreso than their studio works.

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