The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed rehearses at The Factory, photo by Stephen Shore, NYC 1965

The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed rehearses at The Factory, photo by Stephen Shore, NYC 1965

The Velvet Underground: Lou Reed with filmmaker Barbara Rubin photo by Stephen Shore, ca 1964

The Velvet Underground: Lou Reed with filmmaker Barbara Rubin photo by Stephen Shore, ca 1964

Paul Morrisey, Edie Sedgwick and Lou Reed photo by Stephen Shore, The Factory NYC 1965

Paul Morrisey, Edie Sedgwick and Lou Reed photo by Stephen Shore, The Factory NYC 1965

Lou Reed at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 1974
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Lou Reed at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 1974

Happy Birthday Lou Reed! (March 2, 1942 – October 27, 2013)
photo credit: Lou Reed during a rock concert in Brussels, Belgium, May 1974 (via)

Happy Birthday Lou Reed(March 2, 1942 – October 27, 2013)

  • photo credit: Lou Reed during a rock concert in Brussels, Belgium, May 1974 (via)
The Velvet Underground: Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison and John Cale, rehearsing photos by Stephen Shore, ca 1965

The Velvet Underground: Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison and John Cale, rehearsing photos by Stephen Shore, ca 1965

Lou Reed, out-take from the Transformer album cover shoot, photo by Mick Rock, 1972

Lou Reed, out-take from the Transformer album cover shoot, photo by Mick Rock, 1972

The Velvet Underground: magazine ad for White Light White Heat, January 1968
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The Velvet Underground: magazine ad for White Light White Heat, January 1968

Lou Reed, photo by Michael Putland, London, January 1975

Lou Reed, photo by Michael Putland, London, January 1975

best-frozen-treats:

Joel Meyerowitz: “I’ve been looking for this picture for days, ever since I heard about Lou Reed’s death. I shot it in 1968 on 5th ave, just casual shot of an interesting looking guy, only to discover later on that it was Lou Reed and John Cale.”

best-frozen-treats:

Joel Meyerowitz: “I’ve been looking for this picture for days, ever since I heard about Lou Reed’s death. I shot it in 1968 on 5th ave, just casual shot of an interesting looking guy, only to discover later on that it was Lou Reed and John Cale.”

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The Velvet Underground - What Goes On - The Velvet Underground (1969)

The Velvet Underground - Beginning To See The Light - The Velvet Underground (1969)

The Dictators -  What Goes On (Velvet Underground cover)  - Live New York (1981)

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Lou Reed, 1974.

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Lou Reed, magazine ad for Sally Can’t Dance, 1974

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Lou Reed, magazine ad for Sally Can’t Dance, 1974

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