Lou Reed - The Bells download mp3 album
The Bells is the ninth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1979 by Arista Records. It is recorded in binaural sound. Several songs on the album are the product of a short-lived writing partnership between Reed and Nils Lofgren. Other of the team's work appeared on Nils' eponymous album of the same year
The Bells is a 1979 album by Lou Reed, released through Arista Records. Don Cherry - African hunting guitar, trumpet. Marty Fogel - ocarina, soprano & tenor saxophones, Fender Rhodes on "The Bells".
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Lou Reed Live Take No Prisoners (2 CDs November 1978) 11. The Bells (April 1979) 12. Growing Up in Public (April 1980) 13. The Blue Mask (February 1982) 1. Excellent Collection though incomplete. Lou Reed Live is missing as is Live In Italy, then again it says RCA & Arista Album Collecion and not Complete album collection. Also missing are the bonus tracks from previous releases, most notably on Transformer, Coney Island Baby & Sally Can't Dance.
the hemphills ring the bells album covers, the bells album stay a while The Bells is the ninth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1979 by Arista Records It is recorded in binaural sound. 1 Critical reception. Kot, Greg January 12, 1992 "Lou Reed's Recordings: 25 Years Of Path-breaking Music" Chicago Tribune Retrieved July 29, 2013. Christgau, Robert December 31, 1979 "Christgau's Consumer Guide" The Village Voice New York Retrieved July 29, 2013. Bangs, Lester June 14, 1979 "The Bells" Rolling Stone New York Retrieved July 29, 2013. Select, November 1992.
After the harrowing triumph of Street Hassle, Lou Reed's The Bells sounded like a bit of a step back; it returned Reed to the more listener-friendly, keyboard-dominated sound of Rock and Roll Heart, the lyrics lacked the caustic self-loathing of songs like "Dirt" or "I Wanna Be Black," and it even featured a te funk.
|A3||I Want To Boogie With You||3:52|
|A5||Looking For Love||3:30|
|B1||All Through The Night||4:56|
- Recorded At – Delta Studio, Wilster
- Mixed At – Delta Studio, Wilster
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Ellard Boles
- Design, Art Direction – Donn Davenport, Howard Fritzson
- Engineer, Mixed By – René Tinner
- Executive Producer – Michael Fonfara
- Guitar – Marty Fogel (tracks: B3)
- Guitar, Vocals – Lou Reed
- Keyboards, Backing Vocals [Background] – Michael Fonfara
- Mastered By – Ted Jenson*
- Mixed By – Manfred Schunke
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Lou Reed
- Percussion – Michael Suchorsky
- Photography – Garry Gross
- Producer – Lou Reed
- Saxophone – Marty Fogel
- Trumpet, Guitar – Don Cherry
- Written-By – Don Cherry (tracks: B1), Ellard Boles (tracks: A2, B2), Lou Reed, Marty Fogel (tracks: A2, B3), Michael Fonfara (tracks: A2, A3), Michael Suchorsky (tracks: A2), Nils Lofgren (tracks: A1, A4)
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Recorded and mixed at Delta Studios, Wilster, West Germany.
Mastered at Sterling.
Credits on inner sleeve.
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|AB 4229||Lou Reed||The Bells (LP, Album)||Arista||AB 4229||New Zealand||1979|
|74465 99659 2||Lou Reed||The Bells (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Buddha Records||74465 99659 2||Europe||2000|
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