The Velvet Underground “Live at Max’s Kansas City”

The Velvet Underground "Live at Max's Kansas City" (1972), Courtesy, Rhino

“Live at Max’s Kansas City” (1972), by The Velvet Underground. Courtesy, Rhino
Origionally released on May 30, 1972 by Cotillion, a subsidiary of Atlantic. It was recorded by an associate of Andy Warhol’s named Brigid Polk on a portable cassette recorder on August 23, 1970, the last concert Lou Reed Played with the Velvet Underground (Wikipedia)

Recorded by Brigid Polk

Art direction and design: Richard Mantel

Photography: Fred Lombardi

Illustration: Doug Johnson

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