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Wagon Wheel - Lou Reed - Transformer (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Lou's vocals are slightly distorted sometimes but I'm guessing that's more of a recording issue and not that distracting overall. The music is of course amazing, Transformer is one of the funniest, most entertaining and beautiful records ever made. I'm very happy to finally add it to my collection in such a .
  2. Transformer, an Album by Lou Reed. Genres: Glam Rock, Pop Rock. rym. rym front page; charts; lists; community; B3 Wagon Wheel Cassette RCA International / NK Transformer.
  3. Composed By, Arranged By – Lou Reed Producer, Arranged By – David Bowie, Mick Ronson © RCA Records Manufactured in W. Germany Fabriqué en Allemagne (on cover)/5(15).
  4. Won't you be my wagon wheel Won't you tell me, baby, how do you feel Hey you gotta live your life as though you're number one Hey you gotta live yeah your life and make a point of having some fun But if you think that you could get some flirting with danger Danger ooo woo just kick her in the head and rearrange her Oh, Heavenly Father, what can I do She's done to me it's making me crazy Oh.
  5. Won't you be my wagon wheel Won't you tell me, baby, how do you feel Yeah, you got to live, yeah, your life as though you're number one Yeah, you got to live, yeah, your life and make a point of having some fun But if you think that you get kicks from flirting with danger Danger, ooohhh just kick her in .
  6. Popular legend (and a period article in the British New Musical Express) insists that "Wagon Wheel," one of the most colorfully commercial tracks on 's Transformer album, was written by producer David Bowie as a gift to Lou Reed. Neither party has confirmed or denied the rumor and it is most likely that that is all it is: a rumor.
  7. This is one of the best albums of the 70's and a key recording in the pantheon of glam rock. Lou Reed never matched its heights again, largely due to the creative energy that Bowie and Ronson added to the mix. Much as Mott The Hoople benefitted from the Bowie boost, this recording oozes class/5().
  8. Label: RCA - AYK • Series: Best Buy Series • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue No Barcode • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Glam Lou Reed - Transformer (No Barcode, Cassette) | Discogs4/5(1).

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