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The Kids - Lou Reed - Lou Reeds Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel (Blu-ray)

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  1. Yora
    Artificial Eye have announced the UK Blu-ray Disc release of Lou Reed’s Berlin on 27th October priced at £ Directed by Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), he describes the live project below “When Lou Reed originally recorded the album Berlin .
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  2. Moogugal
    Live stage performance of Lou Reed's album, recorded at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York over five nights in When it was first released, 'Berlin', Reed's third solo outing, received a critical mauling, especially since it followed his earlier triumph, 'Transformer', with its Reviews:
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  3. Jurg
    Product Description. Legendary rock artist Lou Reed recorded the album Berlin-a masterwork of love, jealousy, rage and loss-in A commercial failure upon its release, he never performed the album live until December when it was magnificently brought to life for five nights at St. Ann's Warehouse Brooklyn and brilliantly captured on film by acclaimed artist and filmmaker Julian.
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  4. Tygomuro
    Director Julian Schnabel headed to St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York, at the tail end of to shoot this document of Berlin's live resurrection. The film is culled from a five-night stint at the venue in which Reed, and a host of guest performers, brought the album back to life. Customers who bought this item also boughtReviews:
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  5. Nagar
    Jul 18,  · Lou Reed recorded the album Berlin in It was a commercial failure. Over the next 33 years, he never performed the album live. For five nights in 78%(32).
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  6. Akinorg
    Nov 12,  · This is the soundtrack to a Julian Schnabel film about those performances. Lou Reed and Berlin producer Bob Ezrin always had their eyes on a .
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  7. Mulrajas
    Director Julian Schnabel (THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY) headed to St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York, at the tail end of to shoot this document of BERLIN's live resurrection. The film is culled from a five-night stint at the venue in which Reed, and a host of guest performers, brought the album back to life.
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  8. JoJoshicage
    "Berlin" (), Lou Reed's third solo album, is neither as depressing and as horrible a crime against humanity as many contemporary commenters made it out to be, nor as brilliant a cycle of songs.
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  9. Nakora
    It's certainly not the case that he didn't play Berlin live. The concert that features on Rock'n'Roll Animal/Lou Reed Live includes as many tracks from Berlin as from most of his other albums. When I saw him in the late '70's - the band included Trumpeter Don Cherry - he played the whole of side 2.
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