Im Waiting For The Man - Lou Reed - Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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Label: RCA - RCA-9155~6,RCA - DXL2-3065 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock •


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9 thoughts on “ Im Waiting For The Man - Lou Reed - Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Nov 21,  · referencing Lou Reed Live - Take No Prisoners, 2xLP, Album, Gat, XL , AL There's a mistake in the Tracklist of this German version. It states side C: Walk On The Wild Side / Leave Me Alone and Side D: Coney Island Baby / 4/5().
  2. May 17,  · "I do Lou Reed better than anybody, so I thought I'd get in on it," Reed says at one point during this double live set, and that seems to sum up the album's theme quite well. Recorded during a week of shows at New York's Bottom Line in , Live: Take No Prisoners presents Lou Reed the Standup Comic, doing schtick on Patti Smith ("F*ck Radio Ethiopia, man!5/
  3. Apr 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Live: Take No Prisoners Lou Reed YouTube Sweet Jane (Live at the Bottom Line, New York, NY - May ) - .
  4. Live: Take No Prisoners is a live album by Lou Reed, recorded during May at The Bottom Line in New York. The album contains ad libs by Reed during and between songs, among them a detailed story of the origin of " Walk on the Wild Side," and a rant against rock music critics, particularly Robert Christgau.
  5. Lou Reed - I`m Waiting for the Man Lyrics. I'm waiting for my man Twenty six dollars in my hand Up to Lexington one two five Feelin' sick and dirty More dead than alive Huh, I'm waiti.
  6. The original Manhattan take is slightly shorter, the piano is less audible and instead of drums, a tambourine is employed. Also of note is that Reed sings "I'm waiting for the man" at the beginning of the song; on the album version, Reed sings "I'm waiting for my man." Personnel. Lou Reed – lead vocal, rhythm guitar; John Cale – piano, bass.
  7. I'm Waiting for the Man Lyrics: I'm waiting for my man / Twenty-six dollars in my hand / Up to Lexington, / Feel sick and dirty, more dead than alive / I'm waiting for my man .
  8. Sep 24,  · Recorded at New York's Bottom Line in following the release of the acclaimed Street Hassle, this live document probably isn't for the casual Lou Reed fan. But if you appreciate pre- New York Lou, Take No Prisoners demonstrates, perhaps more than any other Reed artifact, the importance of major attitude and myth to classic punk/5(54).
  9. I'm Waiting for the Man Lyrics: I'm waiting for my man / Got 26 dollars in my hand / Up to Lexington / Feelin' sick and dirty / For a day and a life / Huh, I'm waiting for my man .

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