the velvet underground
What, no Velvet Underground to date ? Let\’s remedy that right here and now with their first assault on radio friendly America.
Recorded April – July 1970, Atlantic Recording Studios, New York City. And released in September, 1970 – one month after Lou Reed had departed – on Atlantic Records\’ subsidiary, Cotillion Records. Maureen Tucker, pregnant during the recording sessions, was replaced by bass player Doug Yule and his brother, Billy on drumming duties.
Produced by Geoff Haslam, Shel Kagan and what was left of the original The Velvet Underground.
I love the giant William S. Burroughs\’ cockroach coming out the subway on the cover to this one. Pass me the Raid.
▼ THE VELVET UNDERGROUND: SWEET JANE (FULLY LOADED VERSION) from \”Loaded\” LP (Cortillon / Atlantic) 1970 (US) FULLY LOADED ON RHINO