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SXSW Lou Reed Tribute Gathers Steam
Richard Barone enlists Alejandro Escovedo for star-studded show
DAILY Music  March 5, 2014, by Jim Caligiuri
"...“It’s going to be New York meets Austin,” says Richard Barone. He’s talking about the South by Southwest tribute to Lou Reed, Friday, Mar..."

SXSW Panel: Lou Reed: A Rock & Roll Heart
Velvet Undergrounder found a voice to speak with
DAILY Music  March 13, 2014, by Greg Beets
"...In the wake of Lou Reed’s death last October at age 71, Thursday’s Bill Bentley-moderated panel offered a wide range of unique perspectives on a great American musical life...."

Lou Reed Box Set Tells Tale of Early Solo Career
The RCA & Arista Album Collection's 17 discs document the Seventies and Eighties
Music Story  December 15, 2016, by Bill Bentley
"...I fell in love with Lou Reed 20 years before ever meeting him...."

Lou Reed’s Rock & Roll Heart
Saved by that which he revolutionized
DAILY Music  October 28, 2013, by Bill Bentley
"...When the needle hit vinyl, what emerged was an audio postcard from New York City, dark and dangerous, with droning guitars, inescapable feedback, and vocals that came from somewhere beyond the rainbow, especially the singer Lou Reed. It felt as much like a bohemian poetry reading set to jungle drums and switchblade guitars, all egged to the edge by an electric viola..."

Lou Reed: Rock & Roll Heart
Produced as part of the American Masters series on PBS, this documentary about musician Lou Reed probes behind the iconography and myth to discover the seminal artist at the rock...
Film Review  January 11, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. Produced as part of the American Masters series on PBS, this documentary about musician Lou Reed probes behind the iconography and myth to discover the seminal artist at the rock & roll heart of it all..."

SXSW Music: Lou Reed Tribute
March 14, 2014. 61 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  March 15, 2014
"...Lou Reed..."

SXSW Live Shot: Lou Reed Tribute
‘Real Good Time Together’
DAILY Music  March 15, 2014, by Michael Toland
"...BP Fallon’s fey voice and mannerisms didn’t gel with the Strypes’ raunchy assault on “Vicious,” one of Reed’s ugliest putdowns. Louise Goffin sang “Perfect Day” prettily, but with a detachment that indicated she’d never heard it before she learned the words...."

Waiting for the Man
Lou Reed wonders if you ever read Othello
Music Story  March 14, 2008, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Lou Reed should need no introduction...."

A Walk on the Dark Side
An interview with Karen Bernstein, producer of Lou Reed: Rock & Roll Heart (playing at the Alamo Drafthouse on Wednesday, Jan. 10), a breathless, soundtrack-shaped romp through Reed's career so far
Screens Story  January 12, 2001, by Anne S. Lewis
"..."American Masters" producer Karen Bernstein thinks the sweetest moment in the adventure that was the making of Lou Reed: Rock & Roll Heart (1996) was not when the film unexpectedly snagged a Grammy for Best Long Form Video. It was when she and director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders called Lou Reed from backstage with the news, and he -- the leather and dark-shaded über-outsider, the bard of the seamy New York wild side who, for three decades, had been throwing lyrical rocks and rhythms at the establishment -- broke down when told that the enemy had just tossed him this big bouquet...."

Blue in the Face
Shot in under a week and utilizing much of the cast from his previous film Smoke, this slapdash ensemble piece is a sort of quasi-sequel to that earlier film. It...
Film Review  October 27, 1995, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Wayne Wang and Paul Auster. Starring: Harvey Keitel, Lou Reed, Michael J..."

From the Vaults: I'll Be Your Mirror
Grab the remote: 'Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart' is on PBS in an hour
DAILY Screens  November 1, 2013, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Sorry for the late notice but we just noticed that PBS has interrupted its normal scheduling to re-air the fine American Masters documentary from 1998, Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart. We figured this gives us cause to rerun our review of the film from the 1998 South by Southwest Film Festival..."

Damned in the USA
Finally able to be seen stateside, Damned in the USA is a British documentary that examines censorship in the United States, most notably the struggles between Rev. Donald Wildmon of...
Film Review  January 15, 1993, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Jimmy Tingle, Rev. Donald Wildmon, Jesse Helms, Alphonse D'Amato, Andres Serrano, Luther Campbell and Lou Reed..."

The AggreGAYtor: October 31
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
DAILY Qmmunity  October 31, 2013
"...Hawaiians tie the knot and get lei'd, Sandra Day O'Connor gives us some marriage justice, and Lou Reed leaves this world, as your AggreGAYtor vows not to publish stories about stupid racist Halloween costumes, on condition......"

Vertical Ray of the Sun
If there is a heaven, I hope it looks like Vertical Ray of the Sun. Hands-down the most gorgeously put-together piece of celluloid in recent years, this Vietnamese film is...
Film Review  September 7, 2001, by Kimberley Jones
"...The cast is phenomenally talented and, fittingly, full of beautiful creatures; the sisters in particular are provocatively expressive with the simplest of gestures. The magnificence of the film's pieces does not quite add up to a satisfying whole -- and I suspect that's the fault of the too-broad narrative and a third-act tendency toward forced artsiness -- but in capturing the mood of a midday rainstorm, or a long, cat-like stretch to the mournful rumbling of Lou Reed, or, my god, those colors ....."

Half Japanese: The Band That Would Be King
There came a point when Jeff Feuerzeig became so fed up with the lack of attention his favorite band -- Half Japanese -- was getting that he decided to do...
Film Review  May 27, 1994, by Marc Savlov
"...There came a point when Jeff Feuerzeig became so fed up with the lack of attention his favorite band -- Half Japanese -- was getting that he decided to do something to remedy the situation: he made a documentary about them. While the music of the band is admittedly not for everyone (Lou Reed, for one, according to the band), Feuerzeig's film is a thorough, passionate affair that chronicles the brothers Jad and David Fair from their earliest warblings to their current underground status as the best band in the world..."

Light Sleeper
In the world of Paul Schrader films, if Taxi Driver was Part 1 and American Gigolo Part 2, then Light Sleeper is certainly Part 3. The similarities are so evident,...
Film Review  October 23, 1992, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...(It's as though Travis Bickle's scum-drenched streets have now become literal.) An unshakable image is the way in which LeTour writes his thoughts compulsively in a hardback notebook and upon reaching the last line on the last page, tosses the used-up journal in the trash, walks across the room to grab a new, empty notebook from a stack and continues his aimless writing. For me, Light Sleeper comes the closest to capturing on film the ethos of Lou Reed's musical opus “Street Hassle,” one of the most eloquent urban visions of our time..."

Doug Sahm: All About the Groove
Views & Brew panel tonight at the Cactus goes deep
DAILY Music  November 18, 2013, by Jim Caligiuri
"...After Lou Reed’s death, the number of people sharing stories of his friendship or recalling a random meeting with him was astounding. The only time I remember something similar happening was after the passing of Doug Sahm...."

Mo' Music: October 29
A shout out to Lou and scary songs to hear in the dark
DAILY Qmmunity  October 29, 2013, by Rob Cohen
"...In the midst of all this kitschy horror, a real one came in the passing of the amazing Lou Reed. In high school I stole the first two Velvet Underground albums from Best Buy..."

Velvet Underdog
Sterling Morrison: An Oral History With Interviews
Music Story  March 17, 2000, by Margaret Moser
"... No account of Austin's musical history would be complete without a chapter on Holmes Sterling Morrison. As a co-founder of the Velvet Underground, Morrison is securely in the pantheon of rock greats, even if he is remembered behind bandmates Cale, Lou Reed, and Maureen Tucker..."

A Time of Recognition
An excerpt from John Cale's new autobiography, What's Welsh for Zen?
Music Story  April 14, 2000, by Victor Bockris and John Cale
"...The Cartier Foundation approached Sylvia Reed with the idea of a reunion of the Velvets, inviting Lou and me to play at the opening of its Andy Warhol Exposition outside Paris on 15 June 1990. Many problems remained in that scenario..."

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