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You can say this is a dream job for me. I love this industry. My free time is spent relaxing with the ones I care about the most, going to movies, clubs and backyard house parties. I love TV series and movies.
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The idea of a Velvet Underground without Lou Reed seems silly to some and sacrilegious to others; the post-Reed outfit has been referred to as "The Velveeta Underground. So does Yule deserve all the critical scorn and neglect? To quote from his liner notes: "Bands were, and occasionally are today, one of the few truly democratic institutions.
You can fire a back-up musician and call the union for another one. You can fire a session musician and order up another one. But in a band, everyone's equal. If they're not, it's not a band. When bands need to change, to lose one or two people, they break apart and reform.
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The majority keeps the name. The Velvet Underground as a democracy? It should go without saying that the Velvets wouldn't have been the same without the others' contributions; Cale, Morrison and Tucker were remarkably unique musicians, and absolutely vital to the group sound, both through their approaches to their respective instruments and the ways in which their personalities interacted.
Yule, of course, was present on the last two Velvets albums with Reed, and his prettier singing voice has to be counted as a factor in the change in direction. But the handful of songs he sang in the studio were Reed's, not his, and he did so only because Reed directed or allowed him to do so. To claim himself as an equal is nothing short of ludicrous to his credit, however, in interviews published elsewhere, he's offered a less deluded perspective , and is a denial of the integrity that accompanies a well-known group name.
When bands such as T. When the Yardbirds play a local bar in the year , it's understood that someone is merely cashing in on a famous name. I'm hard pressed to think of any group that continued producing worthwhile music after losing everyone who was present at its inception.
Leaving aside the arguments raised by Yule's assertions, does the music make a case for its inclusion in the Velvets' pantheon? The first two discs are from a November European tour; Moe Tucker is still in the drum chair, and although her primeval beat had moved closer to a more conventional style by this point in time, she provides some sonic linkage to the original band most overtly on "After Hours," which she sings in her affectingly fragile voice.
Yule assumes vocal duties on Reed's songs, and does a creditable imitation of his hero's phrasing.