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The Velvet Underground [electronic resource (video)] : Under Review - An Independent Critical Analysis / MVD Entertainment Group
DIGITAL VIDEO | Films Media Group | [2012], c2006.

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1 streaming video file (85 min.) : sd., col.
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on November 16, 2012.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Introduction to The Velvet Underground's Story (1:15) -- Origins (1:16) -- Exploding Plastic Inevitable (2:05) -- "The Velvet Underground & Nico" (5:05) -- "Sunday Morning" (2:53) -- A Pink Banana (3:20) -- "Venus in Furs" (2:21) -- Avant-Garde Influence (1:47) -- "Heroin" (4:13) -- Songwriting Influences (2:18) -- "I'm Waiting for the Man" (2:29) -- Maureen Tucker (1:59) -- "All Tomorrow's Parties" (3:15) -- Leaving New York (2:31) -- "White Light, White Heat" (4:27) -- "Sister Ray" (2:14) -- Band Changes (2:14) -- A New Cohesion (2:28) -- Third Album (1:34) -- "What Goes On" (1:44) -- "The Velvet Underground" (5:15) -- "Candy Says" (2:30) -- "After Hours" (2:19) -- Stepping Forward (3:10) -- Group Harmony (1:34) -- Lost Album (3:07) -- Member and Label Changes (2:26) -- "Loaded" (2:47) -- "Sweet Jane" (3:24) -- Pushing for Air Play (2:10) -- An Unexpected Departure (1:05) -- Musical Legacy (1:49) -- Credits: The Velvet Underground: Under Review - An Independent Critical Analysis (0:59) -- Warhol's Involvement (1:38) -- Lacking Distribution (0:28) -- Ostrich Tuning (5:57) -- On Warhol's Shooting (9:03) -- Recovering a Lost Recording (1:45)
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Modern music begins with the Velvets," esteemed music journalist Lester Bangs famously proclaimed. Using rare performance clips and critical commentary from music journalists, this program reviews the Velvet Underground's first four albums. The video includes footage shot by Andy Warhol in the mid-60s, memories of the early days from those who were there at the time, and interviews with former members Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule, Warhol Factory archivist Billy Name, Robert Christgau (The Village Voice), author Clinton Heylin (From the Velvets to the Voidoids), and others.
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