Lou Reed: The Last Interview

by Lou Reed
Lou Reed: The Last Interview

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At the time of his death in 2013, Lou Reed was the closest thing rock 'n' roll had to a living legend. His band The Velvet Underground was undoubtedly one of the most influential groups of all time, transforming rock 'n' roll forever. His solo work over the next forty years would define, redefine and reshape glam rock, noise rock, and instrumental music. These conversations capture Reed's vision of himself as a poet and a writer. His albums, he said, added up to the great American novel.
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At the time of his death in 2013, Lou Reed was the closest thing rock 'n' roll had to a living legend. His band The Velvet Underground was undoubtedly one of the most influential groups of all time, transforming rock 'n' roll forever. His solo work over the next forty years would define, redefine and reshape glam rock, noise rock, and instrumental music. These conversations capture Reed's vision of himself as a poet and a writer. His albums, he said, added up to the great American novel.