Lou Reed: Rock N Roll Animal
Mick Gold, Let It Rock, May 1974
AND IT CAME TO PASS in the 1970's that rock culture began to doubt whether it existed at all, and every time that two or three people were gathered together to make music, the result was recorded and package in order to convince everyone the music was alive and well, and live albums became as common as turds from the White House.
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