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Lou Reed - Lou Reed's Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel Album

Tracklist

1Caroline Says, Pt. II
2Lady Day
3Sad Songs
4How To You Think It Feels
5Men Of Good Fortune
6Caroline Says, Pt. I
7Candy Says
8Oh Jim
9Rock Minuet - Sweet Jane
10The Kids
11The Bed
12Intro - Berlin

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ART387DVDLou Reed Lou Reed's Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel ‎(DVD, Album)Artificial EyeART387DVDUS2007
9594Lou Reed Lou Reed's Berlin ‎(DVD, Album, Copy Prot., PAL)Scanbox Entertainment9594Finland2007
502648 DXLou Reed Lou Reed's Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel ‎(DVD, Album, PAL)Arthaus502648 DXGermany2009
LUM 305Lou Reed Berlin ‎(Blu-ray, Album)LumièreLUM 305Benelux2008
LUM 095Lou Reed Berlin ‎(DVD-V, PAL)LumièreLUM 095Benelux2008

Credits

  • Co-producerAnn Ruark
  • Director Of PhotographyEllen Kuras, A.S.C.
  • Engineer [Sound]John Harris
  • Executive Producer – Maya Hoffman, Stanley F. Buchthal
  • Film DirectorJulian Schnabel
  • Film Director [Short Films]Alejandro Garmendia, Lola Schnabel
  • Film EditorBenjamin Flaherty
  • Film ProducerJon Kilik, Tom Sarig
  • Music By, SongwriterLou Reed
  • Other [Caroline Role] – Emmanuelle Seigner
  • PerformerAntony , Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Fernando Saunders, Rob Wassermann, Rupert Christie, Sharon Jones, Steve Hunter
  • Presenter [Presentano]Jon Kilik, Waterboy
  • Producer [At St Ann's Concert]Susan Feldman
  • Producer [Music]Bob Ezrin, Hal Willner
  • Producer [The Sidney Festival]Fergus Linheam

Notes

Lingue: Inglese Dolby 2.0
Sottotitoli: Inglese
Durata: 81 Minuti Circa
Produced by Grandview Pictures / LM Media Gmbh
I.P. Rights Marketing di Morris, Casini & Partners

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Barcodes

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN12
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0621
  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI N8DT DECIBEL -DX 13382 BERLIN DVD0948696
  • Rights Society: SIAE

Companies

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Album

Berlin is the third solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in July 1973 by RCA Records. A concept album, Berlin tells the story of a couple's struggle with drug addiction and abuse. Initially, critical reception was mixed but appraisals of the album have warmed over the years: in 1973 Rolling Stone declared the album a disaster but by 2012, the album was ranked No. 344 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Loosely based on Reeds own increasing drug dependency and his declining relationship with then-wife Bettye Kronstad, it tracks them through their quick and dramatic downfall into prostitution Lady Day , domestic violence Caroline Says II , substance abuse How Do You Think It Feels , and, finally, suicide The Bed . Initially, Berlin was a critical and commercial flop Stephen Davis of Rolling Stone Magazine famously called it a disaster, denouncing its world of paranoia, schizophrenia, degradation, pill-induced violence and suicide. In 2008, Reed revived the album for a Julian Schnabel-directed concert film, Berlin: Live at St. Anns Warehouse. Upon the 1973 release of Berlin, Lou Reed's controversial successor to the wildly popular. It was the first time Reed performed the album live. The film Berlin, by acclaimed painter-turned-director Julian Schnabel Basquiat, Before Night Falls, The Diving Bell & The Butterfly, by Julian Schnabel. With Lou Reed, Fernando Saunders, Sharon Jones, Anohni. Lou Reed's 2006 live concert performance of his 1973 concept album Berlin, filmed over five nights at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York. This is a film of Lou Reed performing his 1973 album Berlin, along with images in the background of actress Emmanuelle Seigner different ones, not a continuous film. Julian Schnabel's film of a 2006 performance of Lou Reed's 10-song tragedy captures all the greatness of this bleak and beautiful Reed Berlin has been added to your Cart. Add gift options. Working with film director Julian Schnabel The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Reed brings a quiet power to his weary tale of hopeless junkies Caroline and Jim, whose lives, already bound for the gutter when the performance begins, completely bottom out little over an hour later the 81-minute DVD includes a few encores, notably the Velvet Underground classic Sweet Jane. In 1973, Lou Reed followed up his hit album Transformer with his dark tale of lost love and abuse Berlin, possibly the most depressing album ever made. This is a concert film. It was directed by Julian Schnabel, live at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY during five nights in December 2006 background shots of the characters Jim and Caroline were done by Lola Schnabel. The Berlin tour was the first time Lou Reed had played the full album live in over 30 years. Barcode Scanned: 5425019003050. Lou Reed's Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel DVD, Album. Artificial Eye. ART387DVD. Lou Reed recorded the album Berlin in 1973. It was a commercial failure. Over the next 33 years, he never performed the album live. È il caso di Julian Schnabel, che nel 2006 dirige il film-concerto Lou Reed's Berlin, documentando lo storico evento, avvenuto al St. Anns Warehouse, a Brooklyn, in cui Lou Reed ha suonato per la prima volta l'intero suo album Berlin. Review by Rodrigo Mendes . I guess if you are a fan of Lou you will love this otherwise it will feel quite too intimate. Review by Willian Nascimento . Oh Jim Review by Igor Nolasco . Disc IDs. Cover Art 7. Additional details. Type: Album Live. Packaging: Digibook. Status: Official. Language: English. For five nights in December 2006 at St. Ann's Warehouse Brooklyn, Lou Reed performed his masterwork about love's dark sisters: jealousy, rage and loss. Julian Schnabel expertly captures the dark melancholy of Lou Reed's misunderstood concept album in this moving concert documentary

Video

Lou Reed - Lou Reed's Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel Album
Performer:
Lou Reed
Title:
Lou Reed's Berlin - A Film By Julian Schnabel
Genre:
FLAC size:
2647 mb
MP3 size:
1934 mb
WMA size:
1037 mb
Country:
Italy
Released:
2008
Label:
Fortissimo Films
Style:
Art Rock
Rating:
4.2
Catalog №:
PA0108DVDM
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