A cover of Lou Reed's Waves Of Fear, with a coda of Beginning To See The Light by the Velvet Underground.
Straight-ahead, sloppy guitar cover. [more inside]
VU & Nico challenge - I'm Waiting for the
Man Caterpillar [more inside]
Skist (previously) is my band with singer/sound artist Haruna Ito. Hope you enjoy. I also made a video for the song, which can be seen at YouTube or Vimeo.
Dreamy pop music for the Velvet Underground Challenge [more inside]
In the style of Leonard Cohen. Just kidding. For the Velvet Underground challenge thing. [more inside]
What if Lou Reed was a 70 year old Irish man with two teeth? [more inside]
Technically, it's in F major. [more inside]
Solo vocals with delay, reverb, and amplitude modulation.
Short and sweet; a more structured offering, as well. [more inside]
This is side two! If you want to play the record from the beginning, then please turn over. Do not play this side, if you want side one. This is side two! [more inside]
I think if there was a true heir of delta blues in 1960s and '70s rock and roll, it was more likely Lou Reed than just about anyone else. A lot of delta blues, a little Motown, and a little modern Detroit.
If it ain't baroque, don't fix it. [more inside]
A Sunday morning here.
Looking through the lyrics, I had no idea what we were going to do for this track. Man vs sun, however, knew from the get-go. [more inside]
Satan? Is that you? [more inside]
Track #3 in Pasty Anglophiles' complete re-imagining of the VU+N album. [more inside]
An introspective take on a song that’s a lot more relaxed than it probably should be, given the subject matter. [more inside]
When Lou Reed becomes a Televangelist, God help us all. [more inside]
My submission to the Music Challenge, July 2009 edition. Advice to the lovelorn john from Uncle Lou. [more inside]
my assigned song or this month's challenge [more inside]
Aren't we all? [more inside]
If you didn't care for our treatment of Femme Fatale (via askmeaboutloom), may we interest you in something more, possibly femme, or, I don't know, fatale? [more inside]
Skeedly Scoodly doo-bee a-scoo-boop WHOA ba-deedly doot-'n doo-wow. [more inside]
For the current MeFiMu Challenge, here's a song in a language I don't speak. This bit of Portuguese proto-rap is a longtime standard in Brazil. [more inside]