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Bootleg Series, Vol. 1: The Quine Tapes (Box Set)

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Download links and information about Bootleg Series, Vol. 1: The Quine Tapes (Box Set) by The Velvet Underground. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 03:49:49 minutes.

Artist: The Velvet Underground
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 23
Duration: 03:49:49
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I'm Waiting for the Man (Live) 7:46
2. It's Just Too Much (Live) 4:11
3. What Goes On (Live) 8:28
4. I Can't Stand It (Live) 6:23
5. Some Kinda Love (Live at The Family Dog 1969) 4:51
6. Foggy Notion (Live) 4:44
7. Femme Fatale (Live) 3:17
8. After Hours (Live) 3:05
9. I'm Sticking With You (Live) 2:51
10. Sunday Morning (Live) 2:59
11. Sister Ray (Live at The Family Dog 1969) 24:03
12. Follow the Leader (Live) 17:08
13. White Light/White Heat (Live In San Francisco 1969) 10:06
14. Venus In Furs (Live) 5:17
15. Heroin (Live In San Francisco 1969) 8:13
16. Sister Ray (Live at The Matrix 1969) 38:00
17. Rock & Roll (Live) 6:52
18. New Age (Live) 11:21
19. Over You (Live) 2:43
20. The Black Angel's Death Song (Live) 5:56
21. I'm Waiting for the Man (Live) 11:39
22. Ride Into the Sun (Live) 11:14
23. Sister Ray / Foggy Notion (Live) 28:42

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Guitarist Robert Quine, who went on to work with Lou Reed and inspire his solo career, had the foresight to record the Velvet Underground back in 1969 when the band was working around the San Francisco area. The band was hardly a success at this point, playing to what sounds like a half-full house. However, their influence on punk and post-punk would explode in the ensuing decades. These audience recordings are in glorious mono and mostly redeemed by the band’s ferocious commitment to its material. There are three versions of “Sister Ray” here, none shorter than 24 minutes. This is spirited overkill, and much appreciated by their rabid cult. Several rarities (“It’s Just Too Much,” “Over You,” “Ride into the Sun,” “Follow the Leader”), band staples (“I’m Waiting for the Man,” “What Goes On,” “Sunday Morning”) and previews of material to be featured on the soon-to-be-recorded and final Reed-led album Loaded (“New Age,” “Rock ‘n Roll”) make this a well-balanced, if exhaustive, collection.