Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Echoes
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Lou Reed I Never Said It Was Nice: Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA '76 180g 2LP

Lou Reed

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1976 Broadcast On 180g Vinyl Double LP!

Lou Reed's 1976 album Rock and Roll Heart wasn't a showcase for the usual diverse aspects of his musical outpouring; it was a shower of bullets, shot at any given interested targets. Unfortunately for Reed, most of the shots missed, but we can be certain that the gun was loaded. His Boston show from October 1976 at the Orpheum Theatre drew the usual suspects with a snapshot of young punks, and included a performance of "Heroin" that differs remarkably from the more familiar versions rolled out on stage in the early days with Nico et al. and on Transformer (1972). WBCN-FM's presence warranted expectations that Reed may not have wanted or respected, but his vision is rarely blurred. The familiar resolute figure took the stage with the singular demeanor he was authorized to parade, but with the quiet seduction and subdued authority that always set him apart.

Echoes proudly presents the entire original WBCN-FM broadcast of Lou Reed's astonishing performance at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, on October 29, 1976. Professionally remastered original FM recording with background liners and rare archival photos.

• Double LP
• 180g Vinyl
• Remastered
• Background liner notes and rare archival photos

LP 1
Side 1:

1. A Sheltered Life
2. The Kids
3. Claim To Fame
4. Vicious Circle
5. Walk On the Wild Side
Side 2:
6. Coney Island Baby
7. Rock and Roll Heart
8. Charley's Girl
9. Kill Your Sons

LP 2
Side 3:

1. Satellite of Love
2. How Do You Think It Feels
3. You Wear It So Well
Side 4:
4. Temporary Thing
5. Ladies Pay
6. Heroin

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