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The Complete Matrix Tapes
by David Chiu
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The Velvet Underground - B. Tapes.zip 918,32 Mb. Choose a download type Download time. The Complete Matrix Tapes release is the greatest revelation of them all; while many of these performances contained here have seen official release over the years (both on The Quine Tapes archival set, the seminal Live 1969 double LP released in 1974, and a controversial truncated sampler as part of the Velvet Underground deluxe edition a few. The Velvet Underground were in great form in 1969, where they lodged in San Francisco and played a whole stack of sets at the Matrix club. The Complete Matrix Tapes gives us all the live recordings from two of those nights, spread over 8LPs (oooh!) and 42 tracks (aaaah!). The band are on fine form, locking into several of their best known tracks. From 'The Velvet Underground, Bootleg Series 1: The Quine Tapes'. This is CD 1 in its entirety. The Series 1 set contains 3 CDs. CD 1 contains recordings from The Family Dog hall, San Francisco, from two nights, Nov.
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For those who grew up or were raised listening to the 1969: The Velvet Underground Live and The Quine Tapes will finally get the entire experience of hearing the Velvets’ performances at the Matrix in San Francisco. The Complete Matrix Tapes collects the music that previously appeared on VU’s aforementioned double-live album from 1974 with several unreleased tracks that will see the light for the first time—all totaling 42 songs (Some of the music had appeared from last year’s The Velvet Underground box). Like Live at Max’s Kansas City, The Complete Matrix Tapes is a further testament of what an adventurous group VU was when it came to performing live—some of the renditions of songs depart from the original studio incarnations, bordering on experimentation (i.e. the epic “Sister Ray,” here clocking nearly 40 minutes on this set, or the jagged extended guitar solo on “I Can’t Stand It”). Also, the same song can be performed differently live, as in the case of the band’s a 13-minute version of “Waiting for the Man” (which has a slower tempo and sounding more soulful), or a shortened version of it (that sounds a bit faster, somewhat akin to the studio cut from the debut) for another performance. Audiences who were at the Matrix had an opportunity to hear tracks that would later end up on Loaded, the last VU studio album to feature Reed, the following year, particularly “Rock and Roll,” “Sweet Jane,” and “New Age.” The Complete Matrix Tapes offers a now fuller picture of the Velvets’ notable residency at that San Francisco venue and it’s still a revelation to hear after nearly 50 years since those recordings.