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    SoundMole : Blast of Silence, a tribute to the Velvet Underground

    this show is dedicated to the Velvet underground, it features live recordings, early work, cover versions,musicians that inspired the group and others that were inspired by the VU


    at a solemn musick – Delmore Schwartz

    hey Bo Diddley (live 1965) – Bo Diddley

    run run run (live) – velvet underground

    this is really real – the earthquakes

    why don’t you smile now – the all night workers

    Lou reed talks about the VU

    some kinda love (live) – spacemen 3

    breakin in my heart (live 1975) –  television

    no one is there – Nico (peel session )

    pre-tortoise dream music (excerpt) – la monte young

    here she comes now – Cabaret Voltaire

    here she come now – Galaxie 500

    own up time –  small faces

    instrumental -velvet underground

    your love – lou reed

    tell mamma not to cry – robertha Williams

    never understand – jesus and mary chain (peel session)

    vexations – erik satie

    i’m set free -yo la tengo

    four speed trance – angus maclise

    i’m not a young man anymore – velvet underground

    coney island baby – the excellents

     

     

     

     

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