Tag: Lou Reed

SUNDAY SAMPLER // (Playlist) “01/10/2021”

Listen Here – Spotify “A playlist of tracks that were featured on MattsMusicMine.com from the week of January 4th – 10th. From Reviews to Streams, never miss a track with these playlists that are uploaded every single Sunday till I drop dead.” Featuring: Bob Vylan,… Continue Reading “SUNDAY SAMPLER // (Playlist) “01/10/2021””

Classic Day – The Wall Falls            

In one of the orchestrated times that falls from the incredibly under-loved artist Lou Reed, Berlin is the third solo record and for good reason belongs cemented like fragments of the wall. Revolving around drug addiction and depression-like many of Reed’s records, Berlin is… Continue Reading “Classic Day – The Wall Falls            “

SUNDAY SAMPLER // (Playlist) “10/25/2020”

Listen Here – Spotify “A playlist of tracks that were featured on MattsMusicMine.com from the week of October 19th – October 25th. From Reviews to Streams, never miss a track with these playlists that are uploaded every single Sunday till I drop dead.” Featuring: Cold… Continue Reading “SUNDAY SAMPLER // (Playlist) “10/25/2020””

Classic Day – A Bitch To Contain

Live records are not usually featured as the results from most artists do not obtain major changes in the production or reproduction from the original records to the live settings. With Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal by Lou Reed, he is this phantasmic caricature of… Continue Reading “Classic Day – A Bitch To Contain”

Classic Day – Peel Slowly And See

It may have never attracted the public’s attention in the original 1967 release, but The Velvet Underground & Nico’s self-titled debut record is the album to be played at your burial. It perfectly wraps the essence and danger of life’s turns while conquering this… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Peel Slowly And See”

Classic Day – Chelsea Girls

Isolation is never a term that comes with the idea of pop music, but when dissecting the minor intricacies of Nico’s debut solo record, Chelsea Girl is a striking representation of grace in a three-season room. She is able to place frankly artful instrumentals… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Chelsea Girls”

Classic Day – Six-Cylinder Pistol

Loaded is the fully running hit-machine created by The Velvet Underground, with bright smoke coming out of the subway on the cover, illustrating a contrast from the often dirty underground that they first embodied. This was their step away from the abstract thinking and… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Six-Cylinder Pistol”

Classic Day – Transformed

“Lou Reed is the real thing”, a 1972 radio advert read as Lou Reed was going to soon be propelled into international stardom from his David Bowie and Mick Ronson produced and arranged masterpiece, Transformer. From the cult favorites of New York’s seedy underbelly,… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Transformed”

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