9 thoughts on “ Leave Me Alone - Lou Reed - Street Hassle (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Lou Reed: Street Hassle ‎ (LP, Album) Arista: AB US: Sell This Version: Shooting Star and Leave Me Alone are urgent, hard-edged blues rockers - the latter a misanthropic letter of despair and the former the blue-print for many an Oasis song, except this one contains authentic (as opposed to their manufactured, safe) grime; and.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Street Hassle on Discogs. Label: Arista - 8E ,Arista - 8E - 60 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Portugal • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Hard Rock4/5.
  3. Leave Me Alone Lyrics: Everybody's gonna try to tell you what to do, uhh-haa / And never, never, never, ever let it be said that it's true / Oh-oh, hey, give it to my baby / Leave me, leave me.
  4. Stereo Binaural Sound Recording On Vinyl LP! Remastered Under Lou Reed's Direct Personal Supervision! Street Hassle is a album by Lou Reed, and is the first commercially released pop album to employ binaural recording technology. Street Hassle combines live concert tapes (with overdubs) and studio recordings.
  5. A shorter version of this story appeared in Uncut magazine in October To mark the 40th anniversary of Street Hassle's release, I'm running a much longer, unpublished version here, featuring additional interviews. IN THE AUTUMN OF , Lou Reed bunkered down inside The Record Plant studio a few steps off of Times Square. Outside,.
  6. Street Hassle, oddly enough, is both: a confession of failure that becomes a stunning, incandescent triumph — the best solo album Lou Reed has ever done.
  7. Tracklist Gimmie Some Good Times Dirt Street Hassle I Wanna Be Black Real Good Time Together Shooting Star Leave Me Alone Wait The rise of the punk/new wave movement in the late '70s proved just how pervasive Lou Reed's influence had been through the past.
  8. May 20,  · In a article for Rolling Stone, Mikal Gilmore refers to Rachel as the "raison d'être" for the album as a whole. Street Hassle was met with mostly positive reviews, such as from Rolling Stone, which called the album "brilliant" and "a confession of failure that becomes a stunning, incandescent triumph—the best solo album Lou Reed has.
  9. To my sensibilities, Lou Reed's 70s albums remain his best, and "Street Hassle" is a great one, arriving in the wake of the punk movement which Reed helped to create. The disc was recorded in stereo binaural sound, a process that renders a supposedly three-dimensional experience when the listener uses headphones/5(98).

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