White Light/White Heat" is a song released by the American rock band the Velvet Underground in January 1968, from their second studio album White Light/White Heat. White Light/White Heat" was recorded in the course of the recording sessions for White Light/White Heat in September 1967 at Scepter Studios in Manhattan. The song's vocals are performed primarily by Lou Reed, with John Cale and Sterling Morrison performing backing vocals.
Nom du groupe David Bowie. Nom de l'album White Light - White Heat. Type EP. Date de parution Novembre 1983. Style MusicalGlam Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0. 1. White Light/White Heat (Lou Reed Cover). Autres productions de David Bowie.
White Light, White Heat. A2. Let Me Sleep Beside You. A3. Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed. A4. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud. At The Beeb 1969-1972 (CD, Comp, Unofficial). Archive Productions (2). AP 89004.
Bowie at the Beeb is a compilation album by David Bowie, first released in 2000. Originally, it came in a three CD set, the third, bonus CD being a recording on 27 June 2000 at the Portland BBC Radio Theatre. I think fame itself is not a rewarding thing. The most you can say is that it gets you a seat in restaurants.
David Bowie - White Light/White Heat 04:23. The Bootleggers ft. Mark Lanegan - White Light, White Heat 02:47. The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat (Bowie Heard Them Here First)-2014 02:46. The Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat 02:45. The Velvet Underground - 02-The Gift (1968-White Light, White Heat) 08:19.
White Light/White Heat Lyrics: (White light) White light goin', messin' up my mind, (White light) And don't you know it's gonna make me go blind, (White heat) Aww, white heat, it tickle me down to my toes, . The lyrics aren’t negative. White Light/White Heat – it has to do with methamphetamine. Sister Ray is all about that. But they are telling you stories – and feelings. White Light/White Heat (Live 1973) by David Bowie. Performed Live As. White Light/White Heat (Live) by Lou Reed.
White Light/White Heat" is a song by American avant-garde rock band The Velvet Underground, the title track on their second album, released in 1968. It is a fast, relentlessly aggressive start to the album, similar to the punk rock genre it would ultimately influence. The song, much like "I'm Waiting for the Man", features a pounding rock-and-roll Barrelhouse-style piano vamp