Nico & Cale - En Concert À L'Enfer album flac
|A2||No One Is There|
|B4||Janitor Of Lunacy|
|B5||I'll Be Your Mirror|
|B6||The Last Mile|
|B7||I'm Not Saying|
- Recorded At – Le Bataclan
- Guitar, Viola, Vocals – John Cale (tracks: A1 to B5)
- Performer [Uncredited] – Lou Reed (tracks: A1 to B5)
- Piano [Solo] – John Cale (tracks: B8)
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Nico (tracks: B6, B7)
- Vocals, Harmonium – Nico Paffgen* (tracks: A1 to B5)
NotesTracks A1 to B5 were recorded live in 1970. Unmentioned, but these tracks are actually from Le Bataclan 1972 reunion and some appear here for the first time.
Tracks B6, B7 were originally released on Immediate single, IM 003, 8/26/1965.
Track B8 is an unreleased studio outtake from the The Academy In Peril sessions, first issued on promotional compilation Troublemakers
Back cover: "This is a Penguin Records project again. First edition is limited to 700 copies (really!) but we are too lazy to put a number on each. Hope you enjoy the music".
The tracks are numbered sequentially from 1 to 8 across the sides. The labels are plain white with "Side A" and "Side B" printed on them.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): AR 103A 9-3-82
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): AR 103B 9-3-82-
|NA0018||Nico & Cale*||Nico & Cale* - En Concert À L'Enfer (CD, Album, Comp, Unofficial)||Nuada Records||NA0018||Luxembourg||2000|
I'm Waiting for the Man" "Berlin" "The Black Angel's Death Song" (Reed, Cale) "Wild Child" "Heroin" "Ghost Story" (Cale) "The Biggest, Loudest, Hairiest Group of All" (Cale) "Empty Bottles" (Cale) "Femme Fatale" "No One Is There" (Nico) "Frozen . Le Bataclan, Paris, 1972.
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This past April, John Cale performed the Velvet Underground and Nico’s classic debut album at the Philharmonie de Paris. Like the Paris concert, which featured Animal Collective and the Libertines, among others, the show will feature many special guests, to be announced later.
Nico (3) & Cale – En Concert À L'Enfer. Label: Nuada Records – NA0018. Format: CD, Album, Compilation, Unofficial Release. Tracks 1 to 5 were recorded live in Paris, 1970 (from the Lou Reed/John Cale/Nico reunion concert - Paris 2. 72) Tracks 6 and 7 were originally released on Immediate single IM 003 in 1965 Track 8 is an unreleased studio outtake from the "Academy in Peril. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Le Bataclan '72 is a sixteen-track live album by Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico. It was recorded from the soundboard and heavily bootlegged over the years, before it gained an official release in 2004. The album was recorded during a live show at the Bataclan club in Paris, on January 29, 1972, and was originally broadcast on French TV. The concert marked the first time since the breakup of The Velvet Underground that Reed, Cale and Nico were on stage together.
Both Cale and Nico make strong marks with two of their most notable and notorious cover versions. The former's "Heartbreak Hotel" keeps much of the spaced-out paranoia familiar from the studio cut, just ominous enough. Meanwhile, Nico's take on "The End" easily equals her own studio take, the song creeping with dread and fear. Ayers' selections take up the remainder of the album and they're, well, nice.
1 Femme Fatale 2 No One Is There 3 Frozen Warnings 4 Janitor Of Lunacy 5 I'll Be Your Mirror 6 The Last Mile 7 I'm Not Saying 8 Temper. Tracks 1 to 5 were recorded live in Paris, 1970 (from the Lou Reed/John Cale/Nico reunion concert -Paris 2.
I signed Cale and Nico to Island, and invited Eno and Phil Manzanera to work on Cale's album," Williams said. Eno was a founding member of Roxy Music, and though he left after their second album in 1973, his influence has never left the group. Eno went solo, issuing two of the 1974's most eclectic and exciting albums, 'Here Come the Warm Jets' and 'Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy. The concert featured material from all the key players, with side one split between Eno, Nico and Cale. Eno and company deliver great renditions of 'Driving Me Backwards' and a blistering 'Baby's On Fire. Cale would preserve the incident on his next album 'Slow Dazzle' in the song 'Guts,' which features the opening line, "The bugger in the short sleeves f--ed my wife, did it quick and split. The two eventually mended fences and continued to work together over the years.
Following the recent live concert at the Philharmonie de Paris to celebrate 1967's The Velvet Underground & Nico LP, Cale has decided to perform the album in its entirety only twice more – in New York and Liverpool. Closer to the Liverpool show, Cale will be announcing a series of high-profile collaborators to join him live on stage. This year’s Paris concert featured The Libertines, Animal Collective and Mark Lanegan. Tickets for the Liverpool date go on sale at 9am on Friday, October 28. Tags
Cale began pursuing various endeavors in the 1970s including working as a record producer and working on various arrangements on an array of albums. He produced the Stooges’ self-titled debut album, and made a guest appearance on Nick Drake’s second album Bryter Layter. He started to make a selection of solo records, endorsing a sort of folk pop vibe, and also dabbled in classical music, which led him to compose for soundtracks. Around this time he became a talent scout for Island’s A&R department.