There’s a great essay over at the Poetry Foundation exploring Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground in the context of New York School poetry.
It’s not possible to calculate the number of times I listened to Transformer my freshman year of college, nor to say how much I needed the company of that sweet, rough voice.

There’s a great essay over at the Poetry Foundation exploring Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground in the context of New York School poetry.

It’s not possible to calculate the number of times I listened to Transformer my freshman year of college, nor to say how much I needed the company of that sweet, rough voice.

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