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Lou Reed: Reed 'Em And Weep

Max Bell, Vox, September 1992

At the age of 48, Lou Reed is better disposed to write sedate six-string symphonies about mortality than feedback musings on the subject of scoring drugs. Max Bell talks to him about his latest LP Magic And Loss

Total word count of piece: 1941


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