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Lou Reed - Legendary Hearts Album

Lou Reed - Legendary Hearts Album

  • Darsteller: Lou Reed
  • Genre: Rock
  • Titel: Legendary Hearts
  • Freigegeben: 1989
  • Stil: Classic Rock
  • Etikett: RCA
  • Katalog: 4568-2-R
  • Land: Canada
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2057 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1146 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.5
  • Abstimmungen: 505


1Don't Talk To Me About Work2:10
2Martial Law3:53
3Legendary Hearts3:24
4Pow Wow2:31
5Turn Out The Light2:48
6Rooftop Garden3:05
7The Last Shot3:22
8Bottoming Out3:40
9Home Of The Brave6:51
11Make Up My Mind2:52


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AFL1-4568Lou Reed Legendary Hearts ‎(LP, Album, Ind)RCA Victor, RCAAFL1-4568US1983
RPL-8184Lou Reed Legendary Hearts ‎(LP, Album, Promo)RCARPL-8184Japan1983
ND89843Lou Reed Legendary Hearts ‎(CD, Album, RM)RCAND89843GermanyUnknown
AFK1-4568Lou Reed Legendary Hearts ‎(Cass, Album)RCA VictorAFK1-4568Canada1983
4568-4-RLou Reed Legendary Hearts ‎(Cass, Album)RCA Victor4568-4-RUS1983


  • Artwork [Styling & Hand Coloring]Liz Lauman
  • BassFernando Saunders
  • Composed By, ProducerLou Reed
  • Concept By [Cover Concept]Sylvia Reed
  • Coordinator [Digital Series Coordinator]Don Wardell
  • DrumsFred Maher
  • Engineer [Associate]Jim Crotti
  • Engineer [Digital]Joe Lopes
  • GuitarLou Reed, Robert Quine
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Photography By, Art DirectionWaring Abbott
  • Producer [Digital]John Snyder
  • Recorded By, EngineerCorky Stasiak
  • VocalsLou Reed


CD reissue, originally released in 1983.



Legendary Hearts is the twelfth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in March 1983 by RCA Records. Due to tensions with Reed, most of Robert Quine's guitar parts were mixed down or removed entirely. Legendary Hearts peaked at No. 159 on the U. Billboard 200 chart. Two singles were released from the album: Don't Talk to Me About Work and Martial Law, both of which. Legendary Hearts - Lou Reed. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Lou Reed. Legendary Hearts. If Legendary Hearts seemed like a disappointment in 1983, that was largely because the year before Lou Reed had released The Blue Mask, one of the finest albums of his career, and Legendary Hearts just wasn't quite as good. But pull it off the shelf today, give it a listen, and Legendary Hearts easily shuts down nearly anything Reed released in the 1970s if it's a less obvious masterpiece than The Blue Mask, it makes clear that Reed was once again in firm command of his strengths, and making the most of them in the studio. Like every one of Lou Reeds albums, Legendary Hearts demands of its listener a commitment far greater and certainly more discomforting than that of the average record. Its sound is even more skeletal than that of last years. That arrogant severity and unflinching honesty, however, are the very qualities that make Reeds fourteenth LP one of the singer-guitarists most powerful solo statements - or, if you will, understatements. The gray nakedness of the performances and frayed lyrical nerves of the songs underline the familial tension, romantic hurt and emotional desperation pumping through Legendary Hearts. Lou Reed - Legendary Hearts 1983. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Lou Reed - Legendary Hearts 1983. Lou Reed - Legendary Hearts. Lou Reed - Don't Talk To Me About Work. Lou Reed - Make Up My Mind. Lou Reed - Martial Law. Lou Reed - The Last Shot. Lou Reed - Turn Out The Light. Lou Reed - Pow Wow. Lou Reed - Betrayed. Lou Reed - Bottoming Out. Lou Reed - Home Of The Brave. Lou Reed : Legendary Hearts,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Re-Issue in 2009 by Iconoclassic Records. Don't Talk to Me About video by Lou Reed performing Legendary Hearts. C 1982 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Reed's run of early-1980s solo albums hit longtime fans with the force of revelation: Finally, after suffering through umpteen aesthetically schizo 70s albums, Reed had assembled his most consistent and adventurous band since the Velvets. 1982's The Blue Mask, featuring guitarist Robert Quine's virtuoso blend of post-Reed skronk and speed-folkie melodicism, is still the one to slot alongside Transformer and Street Hassle. The album realigned Reed with the punk and newno wave movements he helped sire, and it was helped into the canon by Reed's strongest and most heart-. Released 1983. Legendary Hearts Tracklist. Legendary Hearts Lyrics. A follow-up to 1982s The Blue Mask, Legendary Hearts once again featured the backing band that had made that album a success. This time, however, co-lead guitarist Robert Quines guitar parts were mixed down heavily after Quines relationship with Reed began to sour. Legendary Hearts Q&A. Legendary Hearts, 1983. Legendary Hearts, 03:28. Don't Talk to Me About Work, 02:11. Martial Law, 03:56