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Lou Reed - Stiff On His Legend MP3

Performer: Lou Reed
Title: Stiff On His Legend
Country: US
Catalog Number: 1623
Label: Velvet Records
Released: 1978
Style: Classic Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 653


1Ride Sally Ride3:54
2Oh Jim7:41
3Lady Day3:40
4Walk On The Wild Side4:29
5I'm Waiting For The Man8:22
6White Light/White Heat5:18
7Sister Ray7:54


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneLou Reed Live In Stockholm 1974 ‎(LP, Unofficial)Not On Label (Lou Reed)noneSweden1974
Flash 03.90.0112, Flashback 03.90.0112Lou Reed Waiting For Lou ‎(CD, Unofficial)Flashback World Productions, Flashback World ProductionsFlash 03.90.0112, Flashback 03.90.0112Luxembourg1990
Flash 03.90.0112, Flashback 03.90.0112Lou Reed Waiting For Lou ‎(CD, Unofficial)Flashback World Productions, Flashback World ProductionsFlash 03.90.0112, Flashback 03.90.0112Luxembourg1990
noneLou Reed Concert Intégral Stockholm 1974 ‎(2xCDr, Unofficial)Not On Label (Lou Reed)noneUnknown
1623Lou Reed Stiff On His Legend ‎(LP, Unofficial, B/W)Velvet Records 16231978


  • BassPrakash John
  • DrumsPenti "Whitey" Glan
  • KeyboardsMichael Fanfara
  • Lead GuitarDanny Weis
  • Photography By [Uncredited]Michael Zagaris
  • VocalsLou Reed


"Recorded live at the Konserthuset in Stockholm, Sweden on May 14, 1974"

Cover photo, November 1974.

First pressings used the pink/white LP jacket. Second pressings (same catalog #, same year) used a black and white LP jacket (see Stiff On His Legend).

Re-boot of Lou Reed - What Ever Happened To Dick & Steve?, without the interview track.
Plain White Labels. Side 1 is marked as 2 and vice versa

Back sleeve notes are a reprint of an interview with Lou by one of the students who organised Lou's first solo shows at the University of Buffalo, 1972. The interview is about the "Street Hassle" LP.


  • Record Company – Velvet Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Konserthuset, Stockholm
  • Manufactured By – Velvet Records



Lou Reed is the debut solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1972 by RCA Records, two years after he left the Velvet Underground. It was produced by Richard Robinson and Reed and features London session musicians as Reed's backing band, two of whom, Rick Wakeman and Steve Howe, were from the British progressive rock band Yes. Wakeman recalled that during the recording sessions, the lights had to be out so nobody could see. The album was recorded in Morgan Studios, London. Lou Reed, who took rock 'n' roll into dark corners as a songwriter, vocalist and guitarist for the Velvet Underground and as a solo artist, died Sunday, his publicist said. Fans and critics are generally agreed that Lou Reed is one of the more important figures in rock & roll and that his output as a solo artist has been uneven. There is less consensus, however, about what recordings among his many solo albums are his best. Lou was immensely popular amongst his fans and I quickly realised this whenever I attended one of his concerts or launches. He was under the radar when it came to the charts. But he was certainly legend and was one of the most influential musicians in rock music. He took me on a mental round trip to New York with his lyrics. Thanks Lou for the 40 years. I was hoping for another 40. He played most of Transformer and his first album, Lou Reed, and we had a truly marvellous time. It was a brilliant concert and today I am sad he is gone but at least he gave it some welly when he was with us. Jan Thompson, Sibford Gower, UK. Save on Album CDs Lou Reed. Trending price is based on prices from the last 90 days. The velvet underground 45th anniversary remastered CD newsealed. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive. Turn off email alerts. Save this search. Shipping to Russian Federation. Lou Reed Stiff on his Legend 1974 rare live LP Not Tmoq SEALED. Buy It Now. C shipping. From United States. LOU REED Live Roxy Los Angeles '76 IMPORT Vinyl LP NEW Record Velvet Underground. Rock legend David Bowie has led the tributes to US singer and former Velvet Underground frontman Lou Reed, who died on Sunday aged 71. Reed's second solo album Transformer, featuring Perfect Day and Walk on the Wild Side, was co-produced by Bowie. Reed's literary agent said he died of a liver-related ailment. And from The Who : Rip Lou Reed. Walk on the peaceful side. On Twitter , the Pixies call Reed a legend. A moment, a song and a man that I will never forget, writes musician Sharon Jones, tweeting this video of a Sweet Jane performance. David Bowie called Reed a master, and his official. Lou Reeds 1975 album has been called one of the worst albums ever made. The truth is it is the product of genuine love and passion, still exhilarating and bursting with possibility four decades on

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