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Sally Cant Dance - Lou Reed - Different Times: Lou Reed In The 70s (CD, Album)22.10.2021

Label: RCA - 07863 66864-2 • Format: CD Album, Compilation, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues, Pop •
Sally Cant Dance - Lou Reed - Different Times: Lou Reed In The 70s (CD, Album)

Sally Can't Dance is the fourth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in August by RCA Records. Steve Katz and Reed produced the album. It remains Reed's highest-charting album in the United States, having peaked at #10 during a week stay on the Billboard album chart in October It is also the first solo Lou Reed album not to feature any songs originally recorded Genre: Rock, glam rock.

After the Velvet Underground, Lou Reed's solo career has been as erratic and intermittently brilliant as Iggy Pop's. In terms of his 70's output, Sally Can't Dance tends to be dismissed by both critics and fans alike. Odd since it's his highest charting album, even made the Top Lou /5(41).

 · Lou Reed is very much an album-oriented artist, and those who think they may develop a serious interest in his work are better advised to seek individual titles than compilations. If you just want some of his best songs around the house, though, this is a well-chosen, economic track survey of his best material from his best period as a solo act (the early to mid-'70s)/10(32).

Sally dances on the floor She says that she can't do it anymore She walks down St. Marks Place And eats natural food at my place Now Sally can't dance no more she can't get it off of the floor Sally can't dance no more Sally, she can't dance no more Sally is losing her face She lives on St. Marks Place In a rent-controlled apartment, eighty dollars a month She has lots of fun, she has lots of.

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