The Raven

Lou Reed, Sheri Holman

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The legendary musician's distinctive artistic take on Edgar Allan Poe includes "some of the most personal lyrics of his career" (Rolling Stone).

One of the most influential and innovative recording artists of the past three decades, Lou Reed has always offered a shrewd view of life in the big city in all its colors. It is no surprise, then, that he considers Edgar Allan Poe a spiritual forefather.

In The Raven, Reed immerses himself in Poe's enigmatic world and sets out to reimagine his work to mesmerizing effect. In 2001 Lou Reed, legendary theater director Robert Wilson, and an all-star cast presented the musical POEtry at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Reed's subsequent studio adaptation, The Raven, has been hailed as one of his more daring and challenging albums. Here, accompanied by photographs by the acclaimed artist and director Julian Schnabel, is the definitive text of the CD release. The Raven includes Reed's distinctive takes on Poe's most celebrated works, as well as song lyrics written for the musical. It is a fascinating meeting between a dark chronicler of the twentieth century and his nineteenth-century counterpart; the work of one iconoclastic genius offering a haunting exploration of another.

Lou Reed founded the Velvet Underground in 1965. The cult band had an immeasurable influence on the punk, new wave, and glam-rock movements that followed. Among Reed's twenty solo albums are the celebrated Transformer, Sally Can't Dance, Coney Island Baby, and New York. He previously collaborated with Robert Wilson on the opera Timerocker.

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Seitenzahl 140 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 26.02.2020
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9780802199379
Verlag Grove Press
Dateigröße 1915 KB

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