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Live MCMXCIII ("1993" in Roman numerals) is a live album by the Velvet Underground. It was released simultaneously in single and double CD/cassette formats on October 26, 1993 by Sire Records, then DVD format on January 24, 2006.
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The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule, who was a replacement for John Cale. Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood, California, the album's sound-consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs-marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). A decision I found ironic since the Velvets were an iconic AMERICAN band! But whatever, I had to settle for the live album. And settle is pretty much what I did. Its great that the Velvets are finally recorded well in a live setting.
After 22 years from "Loaded", the last actual VU album, the original Velvet Underground line-up suddenly decides to reform and start a "Reunion Tour". Reed and Cale, who had always had a sour relationship thus far, started to get on well in the early 90s, something that didn't happen even during the "Velvet Underground & Nico" glorious days. The only two new songs are Velvet Nursery Rhyme and Coyote.
The Velvet Underground. Live MCMXCIII Tracklist. 1. We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together Lyrics. 2. Venus in Furs Lyrics.
The Velvet Underground Bootleg Series Volume 1 The Quine Tapes – Some Kinda Love (The Family Dog, Sa. :06. Velvet Underground, The – Some Kinda Love (Live 1993). The Velvet Underground – Some Kinda Love. The Velvet Underground ULTIMATE STEREO ALBUM CD 3 (2007) – Some Kinda Love (3rd Alternate Mix).
Anyone hoping for a hi-fi re-creation of this band's astounding 1966-1968 live shows is pretty much out of luck; Live MCMXCIII is short on exploration of the outer limits of noise, and long on tightly paced songs, with all of the "hits" featured prominently. What's more, Reed often seems to be having a hard time with his vocals, Cale's singing makes him sound like an especially pretentious veteran of the Old Vic, and Morrison should have spent a bit more time wood-shedding before taking the stage for the first time in two decades.