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8 thoughts on “ Here She Comes Now - The Velvet Underground - The Best Of The Velvet Underground (CD) ”

  1. Jun 05,  · Cobain, Novoselic and Channing. decided to go a little more leftfield and picked up the cover of ‘Here She Comes Now’ from The Velvet Underground’s sophomore album White Light/White Heat. Released as a split single, Nirvana’s track would later appear on a tribute album to the band known as Heaven & Hell.
  2. Nov 10,  · of Montreal, “She’s My Best Friend” Kevin Barnes and company’s take on this tune leans much closer to the Velvet Underground original outtake (released on VU) than the version Reed.
  3. White Light / White Heat / Here She Comes Now, a Single by The Velvet Underground. Released in November on Verve (catalog no. VK; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Proto-Punk, Garage Rock, Art Rock. Featured peformers: Tom Wilson (producer), Lou Reed (writer).
  4. Oct 24,  · 9. “What Goes On” from The Velvet Underground (). One of only a couple unabashedly uptempo numbers from the band’s third album, “What Goes On” is one of those unmistakably great.
  5. "Here She Comes Now" is a psychedelic slice of late sixties pop/rock, full of frantic riffs and intense drum sounds backing a mysterious vocal, while "Stephanie Says" is the unnerving, but strangely tuneful precursor to Lou Reed's "Caroline Says II" which featured on his "Berlin" album. It has a disturbing beauty to it that is irresistible/5(46).
  6. Absolutely beautiful and amazing how these two songs are put together. I heard the nirvana version of "here she comes now" before velvet underground and always really liked the nirvana version but now that i interpret the original song as such, the nirvana version doesn't make a whole lotta sense, although it's still very good.
  7. Here She Comes Now (demo) Lyrics: Now, that I never saw no war / That I never saw too far / That I've ever gone now / And I never ever saw no far / If I couldn't have too far / That I've ever gone.
  8. The Velvet Underground was a pioneering experimental rock band from New York City first active from to Its best-known lineup consisted of vocalist/guitarist Lou Reed, bassist/violist John Cale, guitarist Sterling Morrison and drummer Maureen band also collaborated with Nico for their debut album in , under the supervision of producer and pop artist Andy Warhol.

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