The first show, with Lou Reed and the Tots recorded at the Shrine Mosque was recorded in Springfield, MO. on April 6, 1973. The set, that has a distinct garage band feel, features some Velvet Underground songs plus songs that would turn up in his live “Rock 'n' Roll Animal” album, to be released a year later. Included are “”White Light/White Heat,” “I'm Waiting for the Man,” “Sweet Jane,” “Heroin,” “Walk on the Wide Side,” “Rock 'n' Roll” and “Sister Ray.” It will be available from Oct. 30 through Nov. 1.
The second show, billed as just Lou Reed, was recorded at Mann Music Center in Philadelphia on July 27, 1986. It includes several of the songs from the earlier show, plus many additional numbers in the 20-song set. The list includes “Sweet Jane,” “New Sensations,” “Vicious,” “Mistrial,” “Street Hassle,” “Walk on the Wide Side,” “I Love You, Suzanne,” “Rock & Roll” and “Legendary Hearts.” This show will be available from Saturday through Nov. 4.
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