The Velvet Underground ‎– A Symphony Of Sound

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Brigand Records ‎– BRIG 028, Brigand Records ‎– BRIG 28
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release
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A Symphony Of Sound
A1 Andy Warhol Speaks
Drums – Moe TuckerGuitar – Sterling MorrisonGuitar, Vocals – Lou ReedViola – John Cale
A2 A Symphony Of Sound
Drums – Moe TuckerGuitar – Sterling MorrisonGuitar, Vocals – Lou ReedViola – John CaleVocals – Nico (3)
A Symphony Of Sound
B1 Heroin
Bass – Moe TuckerDrums – Angus MacLiseGuitar – Sterling MorrisonViola, Vocals – John Cale
B2 Venus In Furs
Bass – Moe TuckerDrums – Angus MacLiseGuitar – Sterling MorrisonViola, Vocals – John Cale
B3 Exploding Plastic Inevitable
Drums – Moe TuckerGuitar – Sterling MorrisonGuitar, Vocals – Lou ReedViola – John CaleVocals – Nico (3)
B4 Heroin
Drums – Moe TuckerGuitar – Sterling MorrisonGuitar, Vocals – Lou ReedViola – John Cale
Boston Tea Party (Guitar Amp)
C1 I Can't Stand It 5:20
C2 Waiting For My Man 6:50
C3 Ferryboat Bill 4:00
C4 Heroin 8:00
Boston Tea Party (Guitar Amp)
D1 What Goes On 7:10
D2 Wite Light / White Heat 7:00
D3 Beginning To See The Light 5:00

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Back cover:
A1: live in New York City - December, 1965
A2: live in New York City - January 1966
B1, B2: live at Poor Richards - Chicago - July 23, 1966
B3: recorded live - November 1966
B4: live in Paris - June 15, 1990
C1 - D3: Boston Tea Party, March 15, 1969

Label side A and B: All songs © 1966 L. Reed / Warlock Music
Label side C and D: All songs © 1967 Lou Reed ( Three Prong Music) BMI

[Uncredite]:
Sources: A1: WNET TV, December 1965 / A2: Film soundtrack, The Factory, New York, Summer/Fall 1966 / B1, B2: Poor Richard's, June 23, 1966 / B3: Valleydale Ballroom, November 11, 1966 / B4: Fondation Cartier, June 15, 1990 / C1-D3: "guitar amp tape", Boston Tea Party, March 15, 1969.

Andy Warhol Speaks includes Venus In Furs and Heroin. Side 1 ends with unlisted tracks: a radio ad for EPI at the Trip in Los Angeles 1966 and a brief excerpt from The Nothing Song Columbus 1966. Exploding Plastic Inevitable is actually an excerpt of Melody Laughter.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): SOS 65-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): SOS 65 B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched): AMP 69-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched): AMP 69-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A and B label): SOS 65
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C and D label): AMP 69

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