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

“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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