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1969: Velvet Underground Live, Vol. 1

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Best VU Live Album

The totally epic 1969 Live album documents tons of different live performances that The Velvet Underground did in,...well, 1969. Unfortunately, the CD releases are split up into two volumes. Trust me, they're worth the price and the hunt you have to go through to find both of them. Particularly volume one... Volume One has songs that can be seen as both good or bad. The version of "I'm Waiting for the Man" on here is excellent, but the first three minutes is Lou Reed muttering unintelligibly under his breath to the audience. The version of "Sweet Jane" lacks enthusiasm and the version of "Rock 'n' Roll" (My favorite Velvet Underground song) is disappointing. However, "Heroin," "What Goes On," and the unimaginative "We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together" are all classics. On the majority of the songs, Reed changes the lyrics up (On "New Age" and "Lisa Says" mostly), which is confusing and slightly unpleasant, but he makes up for it with his mesmerizing droning vocals and awesome guitar improvisations ("What Goes On" especially). Also, these live cuts were recorded after John Cale left the group, and Doug Yule doesn't quite do him justice. Listen to the studio albums before you embark on the double-CD trip that 1969 involves. You'll like it, but get a sense of the band's sound before you attempt it. Recommended Tracks: "I'm Waiting for the Man" "What Goes On" "We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together" "Heroin"

Best. Album. Ever.

This is THE album. You must have it. MUST. Then you must lie down, close your eyes, and listen to "What Goes On." Then "Pale Blue Eyes," which despite the crappy sound is sublime. Damn.

this is the velvet underground.

seriously- everyone needs a copy.