VELVET UNDERGROUND

bootleg series vol 1: the quines tapes (3 CD)

47,16 €

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Disc 1


1.I'm Waiting for the Man - 7:46
2.It's Just Too Much - 4:11
3.What Goes On - 8:28
4.I Can't Stand It - 6:23
5.Some Kinda Love - 4:51
6.Foggy Notion - 4:44
7.Femme Fatale - 3:17
8.After Hours - 3:05
9.I'm Sticking With You - 2:51
10.Sunday Morning - 2:59
11.Sister Ray - 24:03

Disc 2


1.Follow the Leader - 17:08
2.White Light/White Heat - 10:06
3.Venus in Furs - 5:17
4.Heroin - 8:14
5.Sister Ray - 38:00

Disc 3


1.Rock & Roll - 6:52
2.New Age - 11:21
3.Over You - 2:43
4.The Black Angel's Death Song - 5:56
5.I'm Waiting for the Man - 11:39
6.Ride into the Sun - 11:14
7.Sister Ray/Foggy Notion - 28:42

More info

Bootleg Series, Vol. 1: The Quine Tapes is a three-CD compilation of live performances from the Velvet Underground. This is likewise the first in presumably a series of recordings documenting the band's concert visage throughout their brief history. This volume is derived from the semi-legit and non-professional recordings of Robert Quine (guitar), who at the time was a fan as well as a friend of the band. During the intervening years, Quine became a founding member of Richard Hell & the Voidoids and later went on to work with guitarist Lou Reed on his 1982 solo album, Blue Mask. A majority of these recordings are from the VU's swing through the San Francisco Bay Area circa late November/early December 1969. Additionally, they reflect the period just prior to embarking upon the Loaded album. This latter-era band includes: Lou Reed (guitar/vocals), Sterling Morrison (guitar/vocals), Doug Yule (bass/organ/vocals), and Maureen 'Mo' Tucker (percussion/vocals). Tucker's contributions are of particular note, as this collection features both 'After Hours' as well as 'I'm Sticking With You,' her only VU-related lead vocals. The track list likewise offers a decent sampling from the group's back catalog, including a few tunes that had yet to be issued at the time these recordings were made. Among them are 'Ride into the Sun' and 'I Can't Stand It' -- which would initially surface on Lou Reed's self-titled debut -- as well as a few tunes that were never issued on a studio album by the band, such as 'Over You,' and 'It's Just Too Much.' These titles are likewise available on 1969: Velvet Underground Live. Potential consumers should note that the no-fi sound quality of this release is at the very worst only a minor distraction. For the most part these recordings are clean. Although they are in mono, they are as enjoyable -- if not more so -- than similarly issued releases, such as the previously mentioned 1969: Velvet Underground Live or Live at Max's Kansas City, both of which were unprofessionally documented.

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bootleg series vol 1: the quines tapes (3 CD)

bootleg series vol 1: the quines tapes (3 CD)

Disc 1


1.I'm Waiting for the Man - 7:46
2.It's Just Too Much - 4:11
3.What Goes On - 8:28
4.I Can't Stand It - 6:23
5.Some Kinda Love - 4:51
6.Foggy Notion - 4:44
7.Femme Fatale - 3:17
8.After Hours - 3:05
9.I'm Sticking With You - 2:51
10.Sunday Morning - 2:59
11.Sister Ray - 24:03

Disc 2


1.Follow the Leader - 17:08
2.White Light/White Heat - 10:06
3.Venus in Furs - 5:17
4.Heroin - 8:14
5.Sister Ray - 38:00

Disc 3


1.Rock & Roll - 6:52
2.New Age - 11:21
3.Over You - 2:43
4.The Black Angel's Death Song - 5:56
5.I'm Waiting for the Man - 11:39
6.Ride into the Sun - 11:14
7.Sister Ray/Foggy Notion - 28:42

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