On request essential Lou Reed bootleg, 140 minutes of Lou in his jazziest, almost excellent soundboard quality & only '76 recording containing Oh Jim Lou Reed - Leave Me AloneAkron, October 23, 1976SBD - A qualityThe band:Lou Reed - vocals, guitarMichael Fonfara - keyboardsBruce Yaw - bassMarty Fogel - saxMichael Suchorsky - drumsDisc 101.Intro Jam*02.Sweet Jane*03.Coney Islad Baby*04.I Believe In Love05.Lisa Says06.Kicks07.She's My Best Friend08.Waiting For My Man09.A Sheltered Life10.The Kids11.Claim To Fame12.Vicious CircleDisc 213.Walk On The Wild Side14.Rock & Roll Heart15.Charley's Girl16.Kill Your Sons17.Satellite Of Love18.How Do You Think It Feels19.You Wear It So Well20.Oh Jim21.Berlin22.Ladies Pay(encore)23.Heroin(+)Hordern Pavillion, Sydney July 19, 1975SBD - A- quality same band w/ addition of Doug Youle on guitar24.Leave Me Alone**ripped from the original silvers,artwork included*those are listed on the cover as Albany, November 16, '76, I think anyway they are also from Akron show, there is no cut between songs, the sound remains absolutely identical and it's a litte improbable that mixer recording from Akron misses first three songs and those exactly same are only ones taped on sbd in Albany, don't you think?To verify that, note that after show in Akron Coney Island Babywas moved into middle of set where it stood till the end of tour, so this way it was very supposedly played in Albany as well, not right after Sweet Jane as it's presented here. Then these songs really must be from Akron performance, which only had songs order like this.**listed as Christchurch, March 8, '75, which is total nonsense,if Lou really played in Christchurch it was in August, anyway this song is from Sydney.
SBD A, Good disc 1 and VG disc 2. Doesn't seem right hearing the crowd cheering for Heroin. Thanks Doc!
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