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Vintage Violence

   Artist: John Cale
Label: Columbia
Orig. Released: 1970
Catalog No.: LPCOLU1037
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP

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"Vintage Violence was the first solo album from former Velvet Underground member John Cale. Originally released in 1970, but remastered in 2001, Vintage Violence captivated eagerly awaiting fans of his previous work in the Velvet Underground. With a dynamic mixture of instrumentation, improvisation and crafty lyrics, Vintage Violence gives an intimate yet broad view of his musical influences. The album would be heralded by critics and become a monumental influence itself on future musicians and artists alike."

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Track Titles
1. "Hello There" --- 2:48
2. "Gideon's Bible" --- 3:22
3. "Adelaide" --- 2:18
4. "Big White Cloud" --- 3:31
5. "Cleo" --- 2:35
6. "Please" --- 4:19
7. "Charlemagne" --- 5:03
8. "Bring It On Up" --- 2:24
9. "Amsterdam" --- 3:14
10. "Ghost Story" --- 3:48
11. "Fairweather Friend" --- 2:32


 

Liner Notes
ALL TRACKS WRITTEN BY JOHN CALE, EXCEPT "FAIRWEATHER FRIEND" BY GARLAND JEFFREYS.
Musicians
* JOHN CALE BASS GUITAR, GUITAR, KEYBOARDS, VOCALS * HARVEY BROOKS BASS GUITAR * SANFORD KONIKOFF DRUMS
 
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