Loaded - The Life (and Afterlife) of The Velvet Underground (lydbok) av Dylan Jones
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Dylan Jones (forfatter), Dylan Jones (oppleser), Robert G. Slade (oppleser)

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Rebellion always starts somewhere, and in the music world of the transgressive teen whether it be the 1960s of the 2020s, The Velvet Underground represent ground zero. Crystallizing the idea of the bohemian, urban, narcissistic art school gang, around a psychedelic rock and roll band - a stylistic idea that evolved in the rarefied environs of Andy Warhol's Factory - The Velvets were the first major American rock group with a mixed gender line-up; they never smiled in photographs, wore sunglasse…

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Undertittel The Life (and Afterlife) of The Velvet Underground
Forfattere Dylan Jones (forfatter), Dylan Jones (oppleser), Robert G. Slade (oppleser)
Forlag White Rabbit
Utgitt 3 september 2023
Lengde 16:16
Sjanger Biografier, Dokumentar og fakta, Kunst og kultur
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781399607292
Rebellion always starts somewhere, and in the music world of the transgressive teen whether it be the 1960s of the 2020s, The Velvet Underground represent ground zero. Crystallizing the idea of the bohemian, urban, narcissistic art school gang, around a psychedelic rock and roll band - a stylistic idea that evolved in the rarefied environs of Andy Warhol's Factory - The Velvets were the first major American rock group with a mixed gender line-up; they never smiled in photographs, wore sunglasses indoors, and in the process invented the archetype. They were avant-garde nihilists, writing about drug abuse, prostitution, paranoia, and sado-masochistic sex at a time when the rest of the world was singing about peace and love. Dylan Jones' definitive oral history of The Velvet Underground draws on contributions from remaining members, contemporaneous musicians, critics, film-makers, and the generation of artists who emerged in their wake, to celebrate not only their impact but their legacy, which burns brighter than ever into the 21st century.