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- 28 Mar 2020 23:31
- Forum: The Velvet Underground
- Topic: The VU-related things you probably don't need thread
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Note that the words Velvet Underground don't appear there at all.
Most accounts of their Dom shows depicted a constantly full dance floor, and consesquently I've always imagined primarily dancing at the other EPI performances. Many of those performance spaces were not laid out with much in the way of seating space to begin with, and it's possible that the seats we...
That sounds logical. It's distressing to see people seated at an EPI event, but perhaps there is dancing space off-frame.Check the floor on last picture. It shoud be The Trip.
Those are amazing -- thanks for finding and posting them for us. Mary appears to be at a microphone, and I'm very curious to know what she was saying or singing. Chuck Boyd was based in L.A., which might help us identify the gig these shots were taken at.
According to the Discogs page for Re-Loaded , disc 6 is an audio DVD which contains three alternate versions of the album: a. 5.1 Surround Sound Remix In DTS 96/24 And Dolby Digital Surround Sound b. 5.1 Surround Sound To Stereo Downmixes in 96/24 High Resolution Audio c. Flat Transfer Of Original S...
Diving into this Loaded business even further, I wonder if anyone has the DVD from the Re-Loaded 45th anniversary edition. By "has," I mean "can supply me with in some fashion."
I can't tell if you mean that you timed it yourself, or are quoting the listed time.Instead of a stop-watch, I just found a vinyl rip of the 1st press online and New Age is 4:40.
For the record, my cite of the original time of "New Age" at 5:20 is from this Discogs listing: https://www.discogs.com/The-Velvet-Underground-Loaded/release/12140263 I don't know where that info derives from, but as we know listed timings in the pre-digital era were often inaccurate, and the only w...