Lou Reed- Walk on the Wild Side I claim not part in the making of this album or song.
1) Lou Reed - Sweet Jane - live in Paris, 1974 Paris 1974.
Jerry Reed -- East Bound And Down His signature hit.("Smokey And The Bandit" soundtrack) From 1982.
Amos Moses - Jerry Reed The Song "Amos Moses" By Jerry Reed LYRICS - Well Amos Moses was a Cajun, He lived by himself in the swamp. He hunted alligators for a livin, He just knocked 'em in the head with a stump. The Louisiana law gonna get ya Amos It ain't legal hunting alligators down in the swamp, boy Well everybody blames his old man, For makin' him mean as a snake, When Amos Moses was a boy His daddy would use him for alligator bait. Tie a rope around his neck, and throw him in the swamp, Alligator bit him in a Louisiana bayou About 45 minutes southeast of Thibodeaux, Louisiana Lived a man named Doc Milsap and his pretty wife Hanna hey raised up a son who could eat up his weight in groceries, Named him after a man of the cloth, Called him Amos Moses Well, the folks around south Louisiana Said Amos was a hell of a man He could trap the biggest, the meanest alligator And just use one hand That's all he's got left cause an alligator bit him Left arm gone clean up to the elbow Well the sheriff caught wind that Amos Was in the swamp huntin' alligator skins So he snuck in the swamp, gonna getcha boy, But he never come out again. Well, I wonder where the Louisiana sheriff went to? You can sure get lost in a Louisiana bayou! About 45 minutes southeast of Thibodeaux, Louisiana Lived a man named Doc Milsap and his pretty wife Hanna They raised a son who could eat up his weight in groceries, Named him after a man of the cloth, Called him Amos Moses
Preston Reed Preston Reed performing Ladies Night from his album Ladies Night, filmed at Dunkerque Guitar Festival, France
PERFECT DAY - Lou Reed ecco finalmente pubblicato questo video. La canzone è bellissima... (chi non la ricorda nel fantastico film Trainspotting?!?) Ho cercato di esprimere il senso che ha per me attraverso un montaggio di foto: un misto di malinconia, disperazione e speranza, la trovo molto "vicina" alla vita... Lou Reed Transformer (1972) Perfect Day Just a perfect day, Drink Sangria in the park, And then later, when it gets dark, We go home. Just a perfect day, Feed animals in the zoo Then later, a movie, too, And then home. Oh it's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you. Oh such a perfect day, You just keep me hanging on, You just keep me hanging on. Just a perfect day, Problems all left alone, Weekenders on our own. It's such fun. Just a perfect day, You made me forget myself. I thought I was someone else, Someone good. Oh it's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you. Oh such a perfect day, You just keep me hanging on, You just keep me hanging on. You're going to reap just what you sow, You're going to reap just what you sow, You're going to reap just what you sow, You're going to reap just what you sow...
blue in the face - lou reed & jim jarmusch a selection of some of the finest moment in this irregular, yet highly interesting film. some of these moments are among the most brilliant things i´ve seen... "i get scared in sweden"
Reed Dollaz Take this 40 to the Neck!
4) Lou Reed - Vicious - live in Paris, 1974 Paris 1974.
Perfect Day - Lou Reed "Perfect Day" is a song written by Lou Reed in 1972, originally featured on Transformer, Reed's second post-Velvet Underground solo album. Its fame was given a boost in the 1990s when it was featured in the 1996 film Trainspotting, and after its release as a star-studded charity single in 1997. Reed re-recorded the song for his 2003 album The Raven. The original recording, like the rest of the Transformer album, was produced by David Bowie, with guitarist Mick Ronson providing the arrangement.The song has a somber vocal delivery and slow, piano-based instrumental backing balancing tones of sweet nostalgia ("it's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you") with an undercurrent of menace ("you're gonna reap just what you sow"). The line alludes to Galatians 6:7: "Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." The song's lyrics are often considered to suggest simple, conventional romantic devotion, possibly alluding to Reed's relationship with Bettye Kronstadt (soon to become his first wife) and Reed's own conflicts with his ***uality, drug use, and ego. Some commentators have further seen the lyrical subtext as displaying Reed's romanticized attitude towards a period of his own addiction to heroin; this popular understanding of the song as an ode to addiction led to its inclusion in the soundtrack for Trainspotting, a film about the lives of heroin users. In 1997 the track was showcased by the BBC in a lengthy corporate ...
Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene & Elizabeth Reaser on Twilight Special PART 1 Jimmy Kimmel Live's Twilight Saga: Total Eclipse of the Heart - The first part of Jimmy's interview with Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene, and Elizabeth Reaser
Lou Reed Interview Lou Reed
Antony & Lou Reed : Candy Says One of the encores from the magnificent "Lou Reed´s Berlin" concert documentary by Julian Schnabel. A classic VU song in an absolutely beautiful version...
Jerry Reed "Wabash Cannonball" & more Jerry picks 2 of his classics.
perfect day -- lou reed just that - a perfect day. Love the song !!
LOU REED - Perfect Day (TRAINSPOTTING soundtrack) Lou Reed performing his classic 'Perfect Day', a song composed by him and produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson, included in the original soundtrack of the great movie "Trainspotting" It is a british film directed by Danny Boyle, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh (of the same title) Starring Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremmer, Johhny Lee Miller (Sick Boy), Robert Carlyle and Kelly MacDonald Its in the list of the Top 100 British films of all times
Lou Reed Heroin Lou Reed plays Heroin on a Klein guitar--from a documentary about the Velvet Underground. Great version of a great song.
Jerry Reed And Chet Atkins Jerrys Breakdown JR and CA doing Jerry's Breakdown on Pop Goes the Country 1975
Lou Reed - Street Hassle (complete music video) video about this amazing rock opera written in 1978 by the best living rock songwriter, the NYC man Lou Reed. The song is divided into three parts (Walzing Matilda, Street Hassle, Slip Away), which have all the same music structure that meets first the orchestra, then acoustic guitars and rock bass guitars, and at the end the prayer of a penitent man, made of tears.. "Love has gone away and there's no one here now And there's nothing left to say but oh how I miss him, baby Ah baby, come on and slip away come on baby, why don't you slip away.." the Lou's masterpiece.
Screen Test: Lou Reed - I'm Not A Young Man Anymore 13 Most Beautiful... Songs for Andy Warhol Screen Tests
Lou Reed - The Gun Lou Reed - The Gun Lyrics: The man has a gun he knows how to use it Nine millimeter Browning let's see what he can do He'll point at your mouth say that he'll blow your brains out Don't you mess with me carrying a gun Carrying a gun carrying a gun Don't you mess with me carrying...
Lou Reed - Coney Island Baby Song from the album 'Coney Island Baby'
A Walk On The Wild Side
reed dollaz reed dollaz comin at headshots wit greg geez in the backround
Perfect Day - Lou Reed & Bono & Dr. John & Elton John & D. Bowie & Duran Duran Perfect Day - Lou Reed & Bono & Dr. John & Elton John & D. Bowie & Duran Duran
bright lights, big city - JIMMY REED real music for real people
Lou Reed & John Cale - Berlin - Bataclan '72 Lou Reed & John Cale performing Berlin at the Bataclan in Paris in 1972.
Michael Penn - Walter Reed Video for the song "Walter Reed" by Michael Penn, directed by Thomas Horne. Michael was shot on a green screen with a Nikon D70 and composited with still photographs of LA and Chicago, and edited together with archival footage.
Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed 1976 Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed picking Baby's Coming Home 1976.
The Killers - Tranquilize ft. Lou Reed Music video by The Killers performing Tranquilize. (C) 2007 The Island Def Jam Music Group
Preston Reed: Slap Funk Preston Reed plays Slap Funk
Lou Reed - Kicks - '76 Lou Reed performing "Kicks" from his Coney Island Baby album on his Rock 'n' Roll Heart tour in 1976.
Lou Reed and Luciano Pavarotti Perfect Day 2001 Lou Reed & Luciano Pavarotti - Perfect Day - live at Pavarotti and friends 2001
Bluesman Jimmy Reed in Houston 1975 Blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player Jimmy Reed performs on a low budget local TV program in Houston, Texas on December 4, 1975. UPDATE: Great news for fans of JImmy Reed! (And blues in general.) A German company has discovered previsouly unavailable video of Jimmy Reed performing with a full band, including his long-time guitarist Eddie Taylor (!)during the 1968 American Folk Blues Festival tour in Germany. It will be released on DVD - in Europe only for now - on October 24th, 2008. More info, INCLUDING A SAMPLE VIDEO CLIP OF JIMMY REED, is here: www.legends-
Dan Reed - The Dictator The Dictator - Lyrics by Charlie Chaplin and Dan Reed, Music by Dan Reed and Brad Fish Director - Noah Shulman for Sleepless City Productions Special Thanks to Max Wasa from Liquid Music Group
'Lord, Mr. Ford' (Jerry Reed) What happens when you get a country singer to get fired up about cars? This! Update October 2009: I would like to say something: I have received many comments and such that would imply that I am a country music fan. I truly am not a fan of the country genre, I just happened to like this song by Jerry Reed and in a bored stupor one day in the middle of 8th grade Civics made this video. Thank you all who read this, and thanks for the comments and thanks for almost 120k views! I am amazed that I have that many, and truly honored. (Plus I can annoy the heck out of my friends whose best videos have barely 4000 total views combined ;) )
walk on the wild side ~ lou reed a tribute to lou reed's seminal "walk on the wild side" featuring photos of holly, candy, joe and jackie, and deleted footage from "ciao! manhattan".
Reed Dollaz Reed Dollaz Dissin D.Jones
Jerry Reed-Another Puff Jerry performs "Another Puff" in 1971.
Walk on the Wild Side - Lou Reed lyrics
Allman Brothers - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed - 1970 Allman Brothers - In Memory of Elizabeth Reed The Allman Brothers Band live at Fillmore East 09/23/1970 Unaired set from a PBS-TV special Third song, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed With Gregg Allman, Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley, Butch Trucks, and Jai Johanny "Jaimoe" Johanson
Jimmy Reed - Big Boss Man Written by Luther Dixon and Al Smith in 1960; released by Jimmy Reed in 1961. Great blues performance, and a big influence on early The Rolling Stones.