Lou Reed - Berlin


Berlin is a 1973 album by Lou Reed, his third solo album and the follow-up to Transformer. In 2003, the album was ranked number 344 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, though the publication called the album a "disaster" 30 years prior.
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Art Rock
Lou Reed - Berlin - 1973
Tracks.
CD. 1 
01. Berlin (3:23)
02. Lady Day 3:40

03. 
Men of Good Fortune (4:37)

04. Caroline Says I (3:57)
05. How Do You Think It Feels (3:42)
06. Oh, Jim (5:13)
CD. 2
07. Caroline Says II (4:10)
08. The Kids (7:55)
09. The Bed (5:51)
10. Sad Song (6:55)
- Lou Reed – vocals, acoustic guitar
- Bob Ezrin – piano, mellotron, production, arrangement
- Michael Brecker – tenor sax
- Randy Brecker – trumpet
- Jack Bruce – bass; except "Lady Day" & "The Kids"
- Aynsley Dunbar – drums; except "Lady Day" & "The Kids"
- Steve Hunter – electric guitar
- Tony Levin – bass on "The Kids"
- Allan Macmillan – piano on "Berlin"
- Gene Martynec – acoustic guitar, synthesizer and vocal arrangement on "The Bed," bass on "Lady Day"
- Jon Pierson – bass trombone
- Dick Wagner – background vocals & electric guitar
- Blue Weaver – piano on "Men of Good Fortune"
- B.J. Wilson – drums on "Lady Day" & "The Kids"
- Steve Winwood – organ & harmonium
- Bob Ezrin – producer, Jim Reeves – engineer, Steve Hyden, Elizabeth March, Lou Reed, - Dick Wagner – choir
- Allan Macmillan – arrangement

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