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David Bowie

Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy

Lou Reed: Transformer (RCA)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 16 December 1972

LOU REED WITH COLOURED GIRL DAVID BOWIE... ...

Lou Reed: 10 Questions for Lou Reed

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, MOJO, February 2003

The Dark Prince entertains Jaan Uhelszki with tales of rewriting Poe, not punching David Bowie and understanding the emotional history of the amplifier. ...

David Bowie, Mick Ronson, Mott The Hoople, Lou Reed: Tony DeFries: Bowie's MainMan

Profile by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, 18 May 1974

Tony DeFries is Mr Big of today's rock —the 70s' Col. Parker. He deals in STARS, the most glittering of whom is David Bowie. He ...

Lou Reed: Berlin

Review by Michael Gross, Crawdaddy!, January 1974

LOU REED IS the grand ghoul of them all. He happens to scare people. He stands in the same relation to Bowie and Iggy and ...

Lou Reed: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Ian Fortnam, bol.com, 18 May 2000

THE PREMIER PARAGON OF subterranean New York cool’s post-Velvet Underground career has never been anything other than unpredictable. For every Berlin there’s been a Metal ...

Lou Reed: Metal Machine Music

Retrospective by Kris Needs, Clash, April 2010

IN 1975, LOU Reed was the most dangerously fascinating figure in rock 'n' roll. With his old associates Bowie and Iggy having turned respectively into ...

Lou Reed: On The Wild Side

Retrospective by Jim Sullivan, Rock's Backpages, October 2013

I WAS TALKING with Lou Reed in his New York office, Sister Ray Enterprises, in 1996 and Reed was dressed, as usual, in a plain ...

Lou Reed: Transformer (RCA)

Review by Nick Tosches, Rolling Stone, 4 January 1973

A REAL COCKTEASER, this album. That great cover: Lou and those burned-out eyes staring out in grim black and white beneath a haze of gold ...

Lou Reed: Transformer

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, February 1973

Their faces drooping in disbelief, the fans shook their baffled, bewildered heads. "If we hadn't seen him with our own eyes we never would have ...

Lou Reed, Phillip Goodhand-Tait: Lou Reed: Edmonton Sundown, London

Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 7 October 1972

EDMONTON IS NOT exactly the rock capital of the world, and when Phillip Goodhand-Tait took the stage, the auditorium was somewhat underpopulated. This was somewhat ...

David Bowie, Elliott Murphy, New York Dolls, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Rolling Stones, The: Farewell Androgyny n. hermaphroditism (Gr. Gyne, woman)

Overview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 16 March 1974

Is it time to shut the closet door? OUR HERO SEES THROUGH THE SEE-THROUGHS AND COMES TO THE CONCLUSION THAT ELEGANCE IS MORE THAN A LIMP ...

Lou Reed: The Raven

Review by Richard Williams, Guardian, The, 17 January 2003

IF ANYONE IS still wondering, more than a quarter of a century later, what Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music was all about, they need look ...

Lou Reed: The Bells (Arista)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 28 April 1979

AH, THE BELLS, the bells…somehow I don't think this is what Victor Hugo had in mind all those years ago. However, what Slick Vic had ...

Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Stooges, The: Lou Reed: From Genius to Jerk and Back

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 12 March 1978

LOU REED has been called everything from genius to jerk, and in the course of his career he's lived up to it all. With New ...

Lou Reed: The Sinatra Of The 70's

Report and Interview by Nick Kent, NME, 28 April 1973

LOU REED SURE is a card. The day before this interview was supposed to take place, an associate of mine phoned up the Reed management ...

Lou Reed: Back On The Road At 68

Interview by Mark Paytress, Times, The, 10 April 2010

In a rare interview, the rock icon is as challenging as the album he is re-releasing ...

Lou Reed: The Black Sheep of New York

Interview by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc, 21 October 1972

THE INTERVIEW is to take place in a pub just off London's Curzon Street at around lunch-time. Lou Reed arrives late, looking papery. He's not ...

Lou Reed

Overview by Mick Gold, Let It Rock, July 1974

YOU COULD hardly miss him on the first album: his rubber-stamped signature was the only wording on the front cover, while on the back his ...

Lou Reed: The Prince of Darkness Lightens Up

Interview by Ben Fong-Torres, GQ, September 1986

I NEVER SAW the Velvet Underground during their five-year lurch through the New York music scene. From 1965 to 1970 I was on the left ...

Lou Reed at the Hammersmith Odeon

Live Review by Max Bell, NME, 5 April 1975

THERE'S AN ILLUMINATED sign outside the Hammersmith Odeon that says: "It's all too much. Lou Reed in Concert." Wry humour or someone taking a subtle ...

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