This Day In Rock History: Lou Reed’s last appearance with The Velvet Underground

August 23rd,1970

On this day in 1970 Andy Warhol’s associate, Brigid Polk, records Lou Reeds last appearance with The Velvet Underground on a portable cassette recorder. Atlantic A&R employee Danny Fields heard the tapes and the recordings are later released as The Velvet Underground Live at Max’s Kansas City.

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The Velvet Underground – Live At Max’s Kansas City (Side A)

Side one
“I’m Waiting for the Man”
“Sweet Jane”
“Lonesome Cowboy Bill”
“Beginning to See the Light”


The Velvet Underground – Live At Max’s Kansas City (Side B)

“I’ll Be Your Mirror”
“Pale Blue Eyes”
“Sunday Morning”
“New Age”
“Femme Fatale”
“After Hours”

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Exiled New Englander now living in Canada. I dream in Spanish but can't speak it. I wish I'd grown up as an old black man playin' the blues just like my father.

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