Live at Max's Kansas City is a live album by the Velvet Underground. It was originally released on May 30, 1972, by Cotillion, a subsidiary label of Atlantic Records. The Velvet Underground signed a two-album deal with Atlantic in early 1970 and released their fourth studio album, Loaded, in November 1970. By the time of its release, n songwriter Lou Reed had left. The band soldiered on with bassist Doug Yule moving to vocals and guitar and Walter Powers being drafted in to play bass.
Recorded At – Max's Kansas City. Tracks 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 2-1, 2-5, and 2-10 are previously unissued. Track 2-11 is a radio commercial for the album, not mentioned on the tracklisting. Original Recordings ℗ 1972 & 2004 Atlantic Recording Corp.
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Though New York City eventually serves as a showcase for every big-time rock group, it spawns very few - and the Velvet Underground was about the only group that denizens of the ultimate terminal city could call their own. Andy Warhol found them and put them on tour as part of a show called The Exploding Plastic Inevitable, and the Velvet Underground skulked through flower – powered American days like shadows from the dark-side of psychopath fantasy. Many thought their first album downright evil
The Velvet Underground, now on Atlantic Records, are nearing the end of a nine-week engagement at the nightclub known as Max's Kansas City, one that kicked off on June 24 and is set to wrap up on August 28. They've been playing songs from their career up to that point, of course, but they've also been throwing in a fair amount of numbers from their yet-to-be-released album Loaded. On this particular night, Brigid Polk - an associate of the . So now you know the story behind Live at Max's Kansas City. You may now feel free to go purchase a copy of the newly-remastered album.
From the Velvet Underground’s live Performance at Max’s Kansas City in New York City on August 23rd, 1970. Originally released on May 30th, 1972, and then reiussed in 2004 and 2016. Live at Max’s Kansas City (2004 reissue) Q&A. Producers Andy Warhol, Doug Yule, Geoff Haslam & 6 more. Writers John Cale & Lou Reed. Backing Vocals John Cale, Lou Reed, Nico & 1 more.
The original Live at Max's was recorded at Max's Kansas City in New York in 1970, while the Velvets were working on the Loaded album, and became a benchmark for the notion of "official" bootlegs. The hissy sound quality would never pass muster today, and you'd get a better recording on a smartphone, but it's the flaws and rawness that make it such a treasurable document.
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