Legendary Hearts is the twelfth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in March 1983 by RCA Records. Due to tensions with Reed, most of Robert Quine's guitar parts were mixed down or removed entirely. Legendary Hearts peaked at No. 159 on the .
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If Legendary Hearts seemed like a disappointment in 1983, that was largely because the year before Lou Reed had released The Blue Mask, one of the finest albums of his career, and Legendary Hearts just wasn't quite as good. But pull it off the shelf today, give it a listen, and Legendary Hearts easily shuts down nearly anything Reed released in the 1970s; if it's a less obvious masterpiece than The Blue Mask, it makes clear that Reed was once again in firm command of his strengths, and making the most of them in the studio.
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Features Song Lyrics for Lou Reed's Legendary Hearts album. Lou Reed - Legendary Hearts Album Lyrics. 1. Make Up Mind Lyrics. Legendary Hearts Lyrics. 3. Make Up My Mind Lyrics.
Legendary Hearts Tracklist. Don't Talk to Me About Work Lyrics. A follow-up to 1982’s The Blue Mask, Legendary Hearts once again featured the backing band that had made that album a success. This time, however, co-lead guitarist Robert Quine’s guitar parts were mixed down heavily after Quine’s relationship with Reed began to sour. Legendary Hearts Q&A. Bass Guitar Fernando Saunders.
BPM Profile Legendary Hearts. Album starts at 84BPM, ends at 92BPM (+8), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Lou Reed.
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