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Velvet Underground - Live MCMXCIII
(Sire 9-45434-2 US 1993 225:-)

In late 1992, the Velvet Underground 1965–1968 core line-up of Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Maureen Tucker suddenly decided to reform. The decision was entirely unexpected because the relationship between Reed and Cale had been sour ever since the late 60s.

This album was recorded during a three-night residence in the Parisian venue L'Olympia and captures the band playing most of the Velvet classics from the back catalogue, with emphasis on the more structured songs.

US limited edition and now hard to find 10-track banana printed CD album which is housed in a superb 7" x 5" padded black PVC digipak sleeve! Decorated with 27 peel-off mini banana stickers plus band name and album title stickers - all of which are intact - and complete with inner booklet! Small cut-out mark in base of spine.
Vinton, Bobby - Mr Lonely
(Epic EICP-967 Japan 2008 175:-)

While it's best known for its chart-topping title ballad, Mr. Lonely remains one of Bobby Vinton's most consistent and engaging albums, a product of the Brill Building pop formula at its most irresistible. Given the songwriting and arranging talent on display here — Burt Bacharach, Garry Sherman, Charlie Calello, Robert Mersey, Bill Walker and Stan Applebaum all make significant contributions — it's easy to joke that Vinton's presence is almost superfluous. But for all the Polish Prince excess and schmaltz of his later years, in his prime Vinton was a superior pop singer, investing material like "A Thing Called Sadness," "Satin," and "Someone I Used to Know" with poignancy and sensitivity.

Vinyl Replica Paper Sleeve.
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