We take a look back at Lou Reed's best songs, from the Velvet Underground and beyond.
Lou Reed was a singer and guitarist best known as a co-founder of rock group the Velvet Underground and as a legendary solo artist.
In 1965, he co-founded the Velvet Underground. Reed went solo in the 1970s, scoring a hit with the song "Walk on the Wild Side" and releasing more than 16 albums, including Coney Island Baby and Berlin.
In 1972, Reed released Transformer, an album co-produced by David Bowie. The album contained the hit single "Walk on the Wild Side”, as well as the song "Perfect Day." The record is widely considered to be the pinnacle of Reed's solo career.
Lou Reed died on October 27, 2013, at the age of 71.
Lou Reed fans can now get their hands on part of Lou Reed‘s musical collection.
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Watch this dream duo perform 'I'm Gonna Make You Love Me' back in 1969.
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