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The Velvet Underground - Everything You've Ever Heard About....... mp3

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Interprète: The Velvet Underground
Titre: Everything You've Ever Heard About.......
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 1982
Catégorie: Rock
Classement: 4.0
Catalogue #: VU 333
Label: VU Records

Tracklist

1The Velvet UndergroundLoop4:26
2The ShadesLeave Her For Me2:13
3The Primitives Sneaky Pete2:10
4The Velvet UndergroundHead Held High4:55
5The Velvet UndergroundIndex4:27
6The Velvet UndergroundWhite Light/White Heat2:44
7The Velvet UndergroundSome Kinda Love10:18
8The Roughnecks You're Driving Me Insane2:20
9The ShadesSo Blue2:08
10The Velvet UndergroundCool It Down3:52
11The All Night WorkersWhy Don't You Smile2:28
12The BeachnutsI've Got A Tiger In My Tank2:08
13The Velvet UndergroundFever In My Pocket4:07
14The Velvet UndergroundWho Loves The Sun2:51
15The Velvet UndergroundWalk And Talk It1:52
16The BeachnutsCycle Annie2:20
17The Velvet UndergroundVU Noise1:47
18The Velvet UndergroundI'm Sticking With You2:25
19Carol Lou TrioAfter Hours3:09
20The Velvet UndergroundI'm Free1:57
21The Velvet UndergroundSome Kinda Love3:38
22The Velvet UndergroundI Found A Reason4:47
23The Primitives (Do) The Ostrich2:27
24The Velvet UndergroundCandy Says4:13
25The Velvet UndergroundFerryboat Bill2:10
26The Velvet UndergroundRock 'N' Roll5:14
27The Velvet Underground(Here Come The) Waves5:09
28The Velvet UndergroundI'm Set Free5:05
29The Velvet UndergroundInside You Heart2:29


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VU 333, IM 003The Velvet Underground Everything You've Ever Heard About....... ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial + LP, Mono, Unofficial + LP, )VU Records , Immediate VU 333, IM 003UK1982
VU 333, IM 003The Velvet Underground Everything You've Ever Heard About....... ‎(Box, Comp, Unofficial + LP, Comp, Mono, Unofficial)VU Records , Immediate VU 333, IM 003UK1982


Crédits

  • PerformerThe Velvet Underground (tracks: C1 to F5)


Notes

This 3-LP set comes in a black 12x12 inch box set with banana.
There are "deluxe" copies with red letters on the box, some with silver letters, white letters and other with gold with banana sticker (tip on the right).
They contain a counterfeit of Nico's first 45 (on Immediate label) and two xerox booklets: Souvenir of Discography (compilation of Velvet Underground press articles) and Buried Treasure! (originally published in What Goes On #2).
Later copies came with a silkscreened gold banana (tip of the banana to the left) and white letters and no "extras" (this one).

℗ 1982 VU Records

[Uncredited info]:
A1: from 7" Soft Summer Breeze / Canadian Sunset . B-side, After Hours, is incorrectly credited to Lou Reed.
A2, A3: from 7" Leave Her For Me / So Blue .
A4: from 7" Don't Put All Your Eggs In One Basket / Why Don't You Smile .
A5, A6: from 7" The Ostrich / Sneaky Pete .
A7 to B2: from compilation Soundsville! .
B3: from flexi White Wind / Loop
B4: from flexi of "Warhol Index book" .
B5: from compilation The East Village Other .
C1: "Val Valentin mix" alternate take recorded at T.T.G. Studios, Hollywood, California .
C2: mono mix recorded at Mayfair Sound Studios, New York City, New York .
C3, C4, D2, D3: rough mix demos recorded at Record Plant Studios, New York City, New York .
D1: rough mix demo recorded at A&R Studios, New York City, New York (February 14, 1968).
D4: recorded at The Gymnasium (April 1967).
E1, E2: recorded at Max's Kansas City (August 23, 1970).
E3 to F4: recorded at Max's Kansas City, rehearsals (summer 1970).
F5: recorded at Max's Kansas City (July 26, 1970).

"Foggy Notion" is listed as first track of side 4 but actually not included.
"(Here Come The) Waves" is "Ocean".
"Fever In My Pocket" is "Guess I'm Falling In Love" [Version 1] already present on And So On


Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): VU 333 A¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): VU 333 B¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): VU 333 C¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): VU 333 D¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side E, etched): VU 333 E¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side F, etched): VU 333 F¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): VU 333-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): VU 333-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): VU 333-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): VU 333-D
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side E): VU 333-E
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side F): VU 333-F
  • Other (On all sides of labels): VU-EREO


Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – VU Records
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
  • Recorded At – T.T.G. Studios
  • Recorded At – Mayfair Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Gymnasium, New York
  • Recorded At – Max's Kansas City
  • Recorded At – A&R Studios


Video


Album

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. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the 500. 릴리스에 대한 크레딧, 리뷰, 트랙을 보고 쇼핑해보세요. You're Driving Me Insane. The Velvet Underground. Some Kinda Love. White LightWhite Heat. Rock & Roll. The truth is that the first VU album, The Velvet Underground & Nico, sold about 58,000. You know you look at the Grateful Dead, and everything the Dead ever did is online-and its a. I dont know if youve ever seen DivineThe truth is that the first VU album, The Velvet Underground & Nico, sold about 58,000 copies in the first two years and most bands that were influenced by The Velvet Underground were, are, and always will be terrible. But pernicious influence aside, the four Velvet Underground albums are as about sublime and damn near perfect as pop music gets and I say perfect allowing for the bands idiosyncrasies, the warts that help make them compelling. Perfect-perfect is no fun at all. You know you look at the Grateful Dead, and everything the Dead ever did is online-and its a huge body of work. I dont know if youve ever seen Divine . The Velvet Underground was an American rock band formed in New York City in 1964 by singerguitarist Lou Reed, multi-instrumentalist John Cale, guitarist Sterling Morrison, and drummer Angus MacLise replaced by Moe Tucker in 1965. Nothing ever came of this, but the demo was eventually released on the 1995 box set Peel Slowly and See. Just do the best you can. And so the album is fuzzy, there's all that white wanted to do something electronic and energetic. But Lou Reed's lyrical exploration of the demimonde is as keen here as on any album he ever made, while displaying a warmth and compassion he sometimes denied his characters. The fledgling Velvet Underground were befriended by pioneering rock journalist Al Aronowitz, who managed to book them a gig at a New Jersey high school that November. This irritated the bohemian MacLise, who resented having to show up anywhere at a specific time. Schwartz almost certainly never heard the piece. Crippled by alcoholism and mental illness, he spent his final days as a recluse in a low-rent midtown Manhattan hotel. The album thus vanished form the charts almost immediately in June, just when it was about to enter the Top 100. It never returned to the charts. There will never be another album like The Velvet Underground and Nico. In fact, Nico has some of the best lyrics Ive heard on an album of its kind. Whats more, just because many of the songs drone on, doesnt mean that what is there isnt good. holy crap you tore that album apart. you bring up some great points about the song structures and length, but you seemed a little too harsh on reed and cale. they both know how to play their instrumentscale studied viola at the university of london but they were heavily influenced at this time by free jazz like cecil taylor and ornette coleman. From the very first second of The Velvet Underground, everything about the group had changed from where they left off with the epochal squall of White LightWhite Heats Sister Ray. Reed and Sterling Morrisons amp settings were dialed down from 11 to 1 Maureen Moe Tuckers thundering thump was softened into a breezy brushed-snare sway and Reeds ding-dong-sucking snarl was replaced by the melancholic whisper of Cales successor Doug Yule. The first album comprises of 12 tracks highlighting Lou Reeds' pre Velvet days. Included are songs by The Carol Lou Trio, The Shades, The All Night Workers, The Primitives, The Beachnuts and The Roughnecks. Some weird songs and some songs that already show the future direction Reed was gonna go by lateron with The Velvet Underground. Album 2 and 3 contain demo's, versions and live recordings of well-known and formerly unknown Velvet Underground songs, demo's. For every VU-fan an historically significant lot of odds and ends recordings from 196869