7 edition of Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side found in the catalog.
September 1, 2004
by Hal Leonard
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Rachel also appears in the photos on the cover of Reed's "best of" album, Walk on the Wild Side: The Best of Lou Reed. Rock and Roll Heart was his debut for his new record label Arista, and Street Hassle () was released in the midst of the punk rock scene he had helped to inspire. WALK ON THE WILD SIDE was the first Lou Reed album I owned, and I've bought many more since then. This is a great hook to get yourself familiar with Reed's stylings before diving in headfirst. Get this collection and then get ready to want to get a lot more. Read more. Helpful/5(28).
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Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side: The Stories Behind the Songs Paperback – September 1, by Chirs Roberts (Author), Lou Reed (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(5).
(Book). Lou Reed has been art-rocker, iconoclast, contrary noise merchant, and junkie, yet he's always been fascinating. Only David Bowie, arguably, has re-invented himself as many times as Reed, while ensuring that each image was potent, edgy and dangerous/5(15).
A Walk on the Wild Side is quite chaotic, but the writing is sublime right the way through. I had read that he had begun this book as a kind of sequel to an earlier novel, but then gave up on that idea and decided to create a more farcical kind of satire. I hadn't expected to be able to actually see this change of direction in by: 5.
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE was the first Lou Reed album I owned, and I've bought many more since then. This is a great hook to get yourself familiar with Reed's stylings before diving in headfirst. Get this collection and then get ready to want to get a lot more/5(34).
Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground have always been a bit of an -- shall we say -- acquired taste. But the songs on this WALK ON THE WILD SIDE compilation are very much a showing of Reed's more mainstream side; you could almost call them pleasant/5(34).
Reviewed in the United States on Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground have always been a bit of an -- shall we say -- acquired taste. But the songs on this WALK ON THE WILD SIDE compilation are very much a showing of Reed's more mainstream side; you /5(34).
Rating details 1, ratings reviews. With its depiction of the downtrodden prostitutes, bootleggers, and hustlers of Perdido Street in the old French Quarter of s New Orleans, A Walk on the Wild Side found a place in the imagination of all the generations that have followed since.
As Algren admitted, it wasn't written until long after it had been walked 4/5. InLou Reed was approached about a project to turn A Walk on the Wild Side into a musical, a story he tells during his song of the same name on his Live: Take No Prisoners album.
The project never materialized, but he used the title for his song, " Walk on the Wild Side ", describing the lives of the transsexuals and transvestites he saw at The Factory. In the documentary Classic Albums: Lou Reed: Transformer, Reed says that it was Nelson Algren's novel, A Walk on the Wild Side (itself titled after the song "The Wild Side of Life"), that was the launching point for the song, even though, as it grew, the song became inhabited by characters from his own life.
Music video by Lou Reed performing Walk on the Wild Side (audio). (C) RCA Records a division of Sony Music Entertainment. This groundbreaking book analyzes and celebrates the willful intellect, fierce intelligence, and literary merits of Lou Reed's post-Velvet Underground music.
Chris Roberts has written about music. referencing Walk On The Wild Side - The Best Of Lou Reed, LP, Comp, RP, NL Just something to note re the last track - Coney Island Baby. Correctly named on back of sleeve on this version & the separately boxed rights society label version rear sleeve but on both LPs the label shows - Long Island Baby as the song name.
Walk on the Wild Side () Walk on the Wild Side. A man arrives in New Orleans searching for his former girlfriend, an artist who now works in a bordello.
Brought to you by - The Eurythmics Fanweb Enjoy. Walk on the Wild Side: The Best of Lou Reed was the standard record company "hits" compilation surveying Reed's five-year, eight-album sojourn at RCA from to Its 11 songs included two from Lou Reed, three from Transformer (among them, of course, this album's title track, Reed's sole chart hit), one from Berlin, two from Rock N Roll Animal (one of which is "Sweet Jane" minus the Brand: Sbme Special Mkts.
The title is a reference to Nelson Algren’s novel “A Walk on the Wild Side”. Reed was hired to create a musical based on the novel, which had previously been turned into a film with a. Though fans may delve into the lives of public figures and celebrities through autobiographies, biographies or textbooks, it’s always been a bit harder with the ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ singer.
Reed never wrote anything about himself, he never completed a memoir, he also never shared anything personal with the media. He never gave a : Christopher Kilkenny. Walk on the Wild Side is a American drama film directed by Edward Dmytryk and starring Laurence Harvey, Capucine, Jane Fonda, Anne Baxter, and Barbara was adapted from the novel A Walk on the Wild Side by American author Nelson film was scripted by John Fante.
It was not well received at the time; Bosley Crowther of The New York Times described it as a. As the video outlines brief biographies of each “Walk on the Wild Side” muse, we see that Reed wasn’t only paying homage to his artistic community of origin, he also was also preserving a pantheon of cultural figures who were important to the gay rights movement in one way or another, as well as to the 60s Warhol aesthetic and the birth of glam rock in the 70s.
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Lou Reed's tale of New York debauchery was a paean to Andy Warhol's Factory crew. "Little Joe," for instance, refers to Joe Dallesandro, a Warhol Superstar from Andy Warhol's Flesh and also Trash, which Rolling Stone called the best film of the year (ahh, leave to RS to extol the virtues of a well-made.
Walk on the Wild Side, by Lou Reed. Jenni Muldaur, a friend of Reed who was also an occasional backup singer for him, said the group’s objection was “completely ridiculous”. Lou .