Finally back in print! Second classic live performance from Lou Reed (first being American Poet Ears012), this one totally unreleased and not bootlegged before combining key classic tracks from his previous solo albums Transformer , Berlin, Sally Can’t Dance & Coney Island baby.
This is an FM Radio broadcast from Lou’s 1976 Rock N Roll Heart Tour in its 30th anniversary year restored and remastered in 2006
Presented in full colour glossy deluxe gatefold sleeve with shots of Lou from the tour and liner notes by Nina Antonia Rock and Roll Heart was the seventh album by Lou Reed, released in 1976.
It was his first album for Arista Records after record mogul Clive Davis reportedly rescued him from bankruptcy. "A Sheltered Life" (included in this set) dates back to 1967, when the Velvet Underground recorded a demo of it (available on Peel Slowly and See).
The Velvet Underground also performed "Follow the Leader",( not in this set ) and a live recording of it was released on The Quine Tapes.
Michael Fonfara, keyboards, Bruce Yaw, bass, Marty Fogel sax, Michael Suchorsky, drums Recorded at Civic Theatre, Akron, Ohio, October 23rd, 1976.
3.Coney Island Baby
4.I Believe In Love
7.She's My Best Friend
8.I'm Waiting For The Man
9.A Sheltered Life
11.Claim To Fame
1.Walk On The Wild Side
2.Rock And Roll Heart
4.Kill Your Sons
5.Satellite Of Love
6.How Do You Think It Feels
7.You Wear It So Well