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Oh Jim - Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side - His Best 15 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Walk on the Wild Side: The Best of Lou Reed was the standard record company "hits" compilation surveying Reed's five-year, eight-album sojourn at RCA from to Its 11 songs included two from Lou Reed, three from Transformer (among them, of course, this album's title track, Reed's sole chart hit), one from Berlin, two from Rock N Roll Animal (one of which is "Sweet Jane" minus the Price: $
  2. About “Walk On The Wild Side: The Best Of Lou Reed” “Walk On The Wild Side: The Best Of Lou Reed” Q&A. Album Credits. Producers Bob Ezrin, David Bowie, Godfrey Diamond & 4 more.
  3. Berlin is the third solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in July by RCA Records.A concept album, Berlin tells the story of a couple's struggle with drug addiction and abuse. Initially, critical reception was mixed but appraisals of the album have warmed over the years: in Rolling Stone declared the album "a disaster" but by , the album was ranked No. on.
  4. Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground have always been a bit of an -- shall we say -- acquired taste. But the songs on this WALK ON THE WILD SIDE compilation are very much a showing of Reed's more mainstream side; you could almost call them pleasant/5(34).
  5. Transformer also happens to contain the only song that broke Reed “through to the mainstream,” notes the Polyphonic video above, the “rock classic” hit, “Walk on the Wild Side.”The song draws its narrative strength and its “incredibly subversive” nature from its subject: the 60s Factory scene surrounding Andy Warhol, which, in effect, made Lou Reed, Lou Reed when Warhol took.
  6. WALK ON THE WILD SIDE was the first Lou Reed album I owned, and I've bought many more since then. This is a great hook to get yourself familiar with Reed's stylings before diving in headfirst. Get this collection and then get ready to want to get a lot more/5(34).
  7. So it would make sense that Lou Reed was inspired--or at least emboldened--to write 'Wild Side' a couple years later after the Beatles performed 'Get Back' on a roof top in the movie 'Let It Be'. Harold from Tamaqua, Pa Cindy, I think your station is the exception here. Just heard the song the other day and they omitted the "giving head" verse.
  8. Rachel also appears in the photos on the cover of Reed's "best of" album, Walk on the Wild Side: The Best of Lou Reed. Rock and Roll Heart was his debut for his new record label Arista, and Street Hassle () was released in the midst of the punk scene he had helped to inspire. Reed took on a watchful, competitive and sometimes.

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