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Lou Reed

Bottom Line (New York, NY)

Feb 28, 1983

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  1. 1 Ambience / Tuning 03:39
  2. 2 Sweet Jane 04:14
  3. 3 Banter 00:29
  4. 4 I'm Waiting For My Man 04:24
  5. 5 Martial Law 04:08
  6. 6 Tuning 00:30
  7. 7 Sunday Morning 03:43
  8. 8 Tuning 00:25
  9. 9 Sally Can't Dance 04:37
  10. 10 Tuning 00:25
  11. 11 Don't Talk To Me 02:27
  12. 12 Banter 00:44
  13. 13 Women 04:32
  14. 14 Tuning 00:31
  15. 15 Waves Of Fear 03:40
  16. 16 Tuning 00:34
  17. 17 Walk On The Wild Side 04:52
  18. 18 Tuning 00:58
  19. 19 Pow Wow 02:36
  20. 20 Tuning 00:34
  21. 21 Turn Out the Light 03:13
  22. 22 Tuning 00:58
  23. 23 Underneath The Bottle 02:09
  24. 24 Tuning 00:30
  25. 25 New Age 05:00
  26. 26 Band Intro 01:23
  27. 27 Betrayed 03:30
  28. 28 Tuning 00:31
  29. 29 Average Guy 03:14
  30. 30 Tuning / Ambience 00:39
  31. 31 There She Goes Again 03:23
  32. 32 Tuning 01:01
  33. 33 Kill Your Sons 06:10
  34. 34 Tuning 01:50
  35. 35 Satellite Of Love 06:47
  36. 36 Tuning 00:42
  37. 37 White Light / White Heat 04:09
  38. 38 Encore Applause 08:50
  39. 39 I'll Be Your Mirror 03:15
  40. 40 Some Kinda Love 06:28
  41. 41 post show dressing room 06:18
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Liner Notes

Lou Reed - Guitar, Vocals
Robert Quine - Guitar
Fernando Saunders - Bass, Vocals
Fred Maher - Drums

This is another show from Lou's first run of gigs in 3 years with a new band. Reed whips out quite a bit of Velvet Underground material on this set; commonly performed VU material is plentiful, but he also plays some rarely performed VU songs (Sunday Morning, I'll Be Your Mirror, New Age, There She Goes Again) and the band is in great form throughout, especially bassist Fernando Saunders.

Be sure to check out the last track. With no break in audio after the last song, a microphone follows the group back to the dressing room where we hear the group discussing the performance just seconds after it ended. Quite interesting to hear, as Reed is very pleased with the performance. He even says how happy he is that this show was proffessionally recorded because he usually has to rely on poor quality fan recordings to hear how things went.

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Lou Reed - Guitar, Vocals
Robert Quine - Guitar
Fernando Saunders - Bass, Vocals
Fred Maher - Drums

This is another show from Lou's first run of gigs in 3 years with a new band. Reed whips out quite a bit of Velvet Underground material on this set; commonly performed VU material is plentiful, but he also plays some rarely performed VU songs (Sunday Morning, I'll Be Your Mirror, New Age, There She Goes Again) and the band is in great form throughout, especially bassist Fernando Saunders.

Be sure to check out the last track. With no break in audio after the last song, a microphone follows the group back to the dressing room where we hear the group discussing the performance just seconds after it ended. Quite interesting to hear, as Reed is very pleased with the performance. He even says how happy he is that this show was proffessionally recorded because he usually has to rely on poor quality fan recordings to hear how things went.