Different Times: Lou Reed in the '70s. A chronological set from Lou Reed 's first stint at RCA Records (1972–1975), Different Times is another anthology of his most famous work. The album collage and design were created by photographer/fine artist Daniel Arsenault.
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5 de ago. de 2017 · Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2005. This is the best collection of Lou Reed's music there is! It includes all his essential 70's songs, which are Lou at his best. There's even tracks from his once-rare very first solo album, tracks that the Velvets also recorded, like "Lisa Says".
Reed era. Included here are the utterly hilarious “A Gift,” where Lou confidently struts his masculinity and My Best Friend,” a simple Velvets tune pushed to proportions. It’s thetitle track that pulls out all stops. “Coney Island Baby” starts out as a Kerouac-style memory piece with Lou telling how much he always wanted
4 de jun. de 1996 · Find release reviews and credits for Different Times: Lou Reed in the '70s - Lou Reed on AllMusic - 1996 - Lou Reed is very much an album-oriented artist, ...