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Performer: The Velvet Underground
Title: Something Different
Country: UK
Genre: Rock
Style:Garage Rock, Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Released: 2001
Catalog number: VU 6567
Label: Not On Label (The Velvet Underground)
MP3 album szie: 1987 mb
FLAC album size: 1502 mb

Tracklist

1Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
Written-By – Lou Reed
2Booker T.
Written-By – J. Cale, L. Reed, M. Tucker, S. Morrison
3Prominent Men
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed
4It's All Right (The Way That You Live)
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed
5All Tomorrow's Parties
Written-By – Lou Reed
6Here She Comes Now
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison
7Heroin
Written-By – Lou Reed
8There Is No Reason
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed
9Venus In Furs
Written-By – Lou Reed
10I'm Waiting For My Man
Written-By – Lou Reed
11Sheltered Life
Written-By – Lou Reed
12I'm Not Too Sorry
Written-By – John Cale, Lou Reed
13Guess I'm Falling In Love
Written-By – J. Cale, L. Reed, M. Tucker, S. Morrison

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VU 6567The Velvet Underground Something Different ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Velvet Underground)VU 6567UK2001
VU 6567The Velvet Underground Something Different ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial, Whi)Not On Label (The Velvet Underground)VU 6567UKUnknown
VU 6567The Velvet Underground Something Different ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Velvet Underground)VU 6567UK2001

Credits

  • BassJohn Cale (tracks: B2 to B8)
  • GuitarSterling Morrison
  • HarmonicaLou Reed (tracks: A1 to B1)
  • PercussionMaureen Tucker (tracks: B2 to B8)
  • ViolaJohn Cale
  • Vocals, GuitarLou Reed
  • Vocals, Strings [Sarinda]John Cale (tracks: A1 to B1)

Notes

All tracks available on Peel Slowly And See boxset, most likely the source for these tracks.

A1-B1: The Velvet Underground Demo Tape. Recorded 1965 in John Cale's loft in Ludlow St. lower Manhattan,
B2-B6: The Velvet Underground Demo Acetate. Recorded 1967 in John Cale's loft in Ludlow St. lower Manhattan
B7,B8: Recorded live April 1967 at the Gymnasium, New York City.

Plain white labels.
Front cover with the book by Michael Leigh, on the back the poster for the concert at Woodrose Ballroom in March 1969.

[Uncredited Info]:
B2-B6: demo acetates, probably december 1965, New York City, New York.

The actual place and date for these recordings remain unclear.
"According to Sterling Morrison, these songs were recorded in an unheated studio on Broom St. in New York City in the winter of 1966, "probably in November or December." Philip Milstein, And So On liner notes.

In Peel Slowly And See boxed set liner notes, those tracks are said to be "recorded early 1967 at John Cale's Ludlow Street loft in lower Manhattan".

"John Cale's Ludlow Street loft, december 1965"
The Velvet Underground: New York Art
Edited by Johan Kugelberg, Foreword by Lou Reed, Contribution by Vaclav Havel, Maureen Tucker and Jon Savage

Lou Reed moves into the 56 Ludlow Street apartement in Spring 1965. The band move to 450 Grand Street early Autumn 1965, and leaves the Factory for a rehearsal space on Broome Street in August 1966.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): VU 6567-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): VU 6567-B

Companies

  • Recorded At – Gymnasium, New York
  • Recorded At – Ludlow Street loft
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Short intro

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule, who was a replacement for John Cale. Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood, California, the album's sound-consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs-marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the 500. Features Song Lyrics for The Velvet Underground's Something Different album. The Velvet Underground - Something Different Album. Artist: The Velvet Underground. Album: Something Different. The Velvet Underground - White LightWhite Heat 1968 FULL ALBUM Vinyl Rip - Продолжительность: 39:44 lethalintoxication4900. Many recording artists release a self-titled debut album, while some opt to release a self-titled album later in their career, and others even go on to release multiple self-titled albums. The Velvet Underground: все альбомы, включая The Velvet Underground & Nico , Peel Slowly And See 1965-1969 , The Velvet Underground & Nico и другие. The Velvet Underground. This item:The Velvet Underground by Velvet Underground Audio CD . Only 7 left in stock more on the way. Ships from and sold by . The presence of this album's three different mixes, the Val Valentin mix, the Lou Reed Closet mix and the Mono mix, makes this a little repetitive if you just put the CDs on autoplay. The last three, however, give a great mix of studio material from the era some of which is previously unreleased and a great live double-album. The fuzzy edge of Velvet Underground rock is retained, while they branched out into ethereal ballads and pretty acoustic songs. Reed's lyrics betray a greater maturity, and maybe greater poignancy. The Velvet Underground were a creative force to be reckoned with, and perhaps is no truer than in the way in which the band came together: in 1965, John Cale, the aspiring avant-garde rock musician met the dreamer that took the form of Lou Reed, and began a band that would influence entire genres of music for decades to come. So came The Velvet Underground and Nico. And then it went quite quickly in fact. The Velvet Underground may have started something great, but it wasnt always done in a way that could have truly made itself intrinsically great. Good try, but no fish. Consider this album to be the Velvet Undergrounds last album, not that Squeeze bullshit. As their record label at the time pushed the group to create hit singles, the decision gave them the idea to name its album. It was the departure of Lou Reed before he took off with his solo career, and the bands effort to make more of commercial play, which it was quite ironic from the previous albums. Lou Reed stated that White LightWhite Heat was a terrible mistake and wanted to demonstrate something more creative. This is brought Doug Yule as a member, replacing John Cale. This album consists of all the members doing lead verses for the album