VELVET UNDERGOUND 1969-10-19 Dallas from silver CD (official tracks removed)

Liberated from "End Of Cole Ave" (Aulica 111.12*NE/3) and "Lou Reed - A True Rock-n-Roller" (Gold Standard LR-25-94-09)

(and dedicated to the memory of Guido Piccinetti)

End Of Cole Avenue

(I'm Waiting For The Man *REMOVED)
(It's Just Too Much **REMOVED)
(I'll Be Your Mirror *REMOVED)
01: Some Kinda Love 4.25
(Femme Fatale *REMOVED)
02: Beginning To See The Light 5.58
03: I'm Set Free 4.41
(After Hours **REMOVED)
(I'm Sticking With You **REMOVED)
( One Of These Days **REMOVED)
(Pale Blue Eyes *REMOVED)
04: Ocean 6.02
05: What Goes On 6.22
06: Heroin 7.18
07: Sister Ray** (faded) 13.04

08: Lisa Says* 3.39
09: Rock'a'Roll* 5.06

* these tracks recorded during an after-show rehearsal/jam session, 18th or 19th October 1969
** this track from the "Lou Reed - A True Rock-n-Roller" CD

*REMOVED: these tracks are available on the official release "Live 1969"
**REMOVED: these tracks were briefly made officially available on a CDEP which came free with initial French copies of "THE VELVET UNDERGROUND 4-CD, Polydor/Verve 843 885.2 - Pol 929"

Lou Reed: vocals, guitar
Sterling Morrison: guitar
Doug Yule: bass, organ, vocals
Moe Tucker: drums, vocals

lineage: silver CD - EAC (secure) - wav- FLAC (level 8) - you

original recording engineer: Jeff Legood
original digital transfer: Jeff Legood
uploaded to Dime November 2012 by lurid_uk

In October 1969, the Velvet Underground played a short residency at "The End Of Cole Avenue", a small club in Dallas reputedly owned by a rich Texan who could afford to invite bands he liked to come and play. The story of how local sound engineer Jeff Legood recorded 2 of those nights is probably well known by now. Suffice to say, some of his recordings from the show on 19th October were eventually used on the official release "Live 1969".

In the late 1980s, a fanatical Italian fan set out to locate Mr Legood and try to obtain the remainder of the recordings he had made. He succeeded, and DAT copies of the original tapes were duly made and passed on to Aulica records in Italy - these eventually resulted in 2 x 2CD sets which were initially issued in nice velvet bags, and subsequently reissued on vinyl.

These are the tracks from Jeff's recording of the 19th October show which were NOT used on the official "Live 1969" release or subsequently made officially available via other routes.

Sound quality is generally excellent stereo

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