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CPL1-0611 Stereo. Sleeve VG+ (small cutout mark on bottom sleeve opening, light water damage on back cover bottom right) / Vinyl VG+. We ship within 24 hours (6 days a week).
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TDN
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One Of America''s Real Talents
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2010
If people think Bowie has variety, Lou Reed also falls into that category. What great use of a voice with a limited range. Some Great Songs are Ride Sally Ride, Baby Face, N.Y. Stars, Sally Can''t Dance. Some deeper songs about the deplorable state of the N.A. mental health... See more
If people think Bowie has variety, Lou Reed also falls into that category. What great use of a voice with a limited range. Some Great Songs are Ride Sally Ride, Baby Face, N.Y. Stars, Sally Can''t Dance. Some deeper songs about the deplorable state of the N.A. mental health Kill Your Sons paint a dark indictment about the American Dream. If you like some of the songs from Transformer you will enjoy this.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nice to Go Back into Lou''s Catalog
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2021
I forgot how great Lou''s songwriting was in the 1970s especially after Transformer. I recommend a listen to this CD to all who want to hear Lou''s other work.
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Nicely done, Amazon!
Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2019
This replaced my worn vinyl disc of this recording.
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Rentz Leinbach
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Unfortunate, as the lyrics are so Lou
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2010
With Sally Can''t Dance Lou is abrasively attacking our ears with a relentless flail of horns and lead guitar. The whole album through is a rock-band stylized stink bomb that makes Dylan''s Blonde on Blonde sound like an experiment in musical precision or Infidels, hah,... See more
With Sally Can''t Dance Lou is abrasively attacking our ears with a relentless flail of horns and lead guitar. The whole album through is a rock-band stylized stink bomb that makes Dylan''s Blonde on Blonde sound like an experiment in musical precision or Infidels, hah, sound like a well-produced album. I just find myself embarrassingly hiding my face and moaning, even the Bells was a better record than this. The best example I can give is with Billy, the most tender track on the record, which will find you perking up your ears upon intro, but then the wailing of tenor saxophone roars into the track in the most unnecessary way. That is the true downfall of this album; everything about it, from the obnoxiously predictable lead playing to the shoddy attempt at producing a radio friendly disco-era sound, everything is entirely unnecessary. This album leads me to believe that the only way to keep music from aging hilariously is to stick to a formulaic drums bass and guitar, and if using exotic instruments record them in a very raw tone. This is a laughable abuse of minimal technology, and thirty years down the road, the production ruins what might have been a decent bottom five record for Mr. Reed, even at best.
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Bryan
4.0 out of 5 stars
whoever sally is, god bless her soul
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2010
Sally Can''t Dance is actually a good album. Now to me, this comes as somewhat of a shock because normally I don''t particularly care for Lou Reed a whole lot. I like about half of Transformer, half of Coney Island Baby, and probably about 80% of Berlin, but most of Lou... See more
Sally Can''t Dance is actually a good album. Now to me, this comes as somewhat of a shock because normally I don''t particularly care for Lou Reed a whole lot. I like about half of Transformer, half of Coney Island Baby, and probably about 80% of Berlin, but most of Lou Reed''s other material leaves me completely cold.

My favorite song here is probably "Billy". Not only do the lyrics tell a really good (and somewhat depressing) story, but the saxophone is played in a REALLY melodic way. That''s actually exactly how I like my saxophone jams- playing in between the verse melody for the entire 5 minutes. This is some weird blend of folk and jazz. I love it.

"Animal Language" has some interesting animal cruelty-type lyrics, but mostly memorable for being a perfect glam rocker. Excellent guitar playing and a strong vocal melody makes this song a clear winner in my book. Another highlight is "NY Stars". It''s another glam rock song, but done MUCH heavier than most other glam tunes out there. It''s immediately melodic and easy to fall in love with, too.

The title song has a really good chorus. I love this track quite a bit. It reminds me of something from David Bowie''s Aladdin Sane album. "Baby Face" is mostly quiet and vocally somewhat forgettable, but the light electric guitar soloing really saves it.

The only song I don''t particularly care for is "Ennui". It''s not a bad track by any means, but it''s exceptionally quiet and barely fits the bill in the vocal melody department, and honestly it sounds WAY too similar to something from the Velvet Underground''s third album (an album that''s definitely not a favorite of mine).

I don''t think it''s really fair to criticize this album. The songwriting is fairly strong for the most part, and it might actually be better than Transformer in a few areas. Berlin is still the ultimate Lou Reed album, but this one might seriously be a contender for second best album of Lou Reed''s career.
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Morton
3.0 out of 5 stars
Sally Can''t Dance
Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2008
Lou Reed-Sally Can''t Dance ***1/2 Sally Can''t Dance is not a bad Lou Reed album but it is not a great Lou Reed album either. It is more mellow then most of Reed''s albums but no more mellow then Coney Island Baby, which is not only a personal favorite of mine but... See more
Lou Reed-Sally Can''t Dance ***1/2

Sally Can''t Dance is not a bad Lou Reed album but it is not a great Lou Reed album either. It is more mellow then most of Reed''s albums but no more mellow then Coney Island Baby, which is not only a personal favorite of mine but is considered to be one of his all time best. So that is clearly not the issue with the album the issue lies in the fact that some of the albums songs are forgettable and some just not so good.

I feel it important to mention that Lou has a great voice and this album more then any other in his discovery shows that and shows it well. This album also shows great song writing skills which is nothing new as Reed has always been known as a poet.

The great title track ''Sally Can''t Dance'' is easily the strongest song on the album. The irony to this song is priceless, because this is a very danceable song with a killer groove, that is something really rare in a Lou Reed song. As cool as Lou Reed is I assume he can''t dance. ''Ride Sally Ride'' ''Animal Language'' ''N.Y. Stars'' and ''Kill Your Sons'' are all great while the rest of the album is just forgettable, and the bonus tracks fall under this problem as well.

Sally Can''t Dance is an album for Reed fanatics really, I wouldn''t recommend it to just the casual fan especially those who seem to look at this album as the next logical step after Transformer.
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Andrew McCaffrey
4.0 out of 5 stars
Lou''s fluffy album
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2001
This is quite a fun album in a way. What artist other than Lou Reed would meow like a cat on one track and on another give intimate details about his own teenage experiences with electro-shock treatment? This is certainly an interesting album and is definitely worth a few... See more
This is quite a fun album in a way. What artist other than Lou Reed would meow like a cat on one track and on another give intimate details about his own teenage experiences with electro-shock treatment? This is certainly an interesting album and is definitely worth a few listens. This album is way out there in terms of content and it has a tendency to wander off course in various different directions, seemingly at random. Since this is a Lou Reed album, most of the directions that he wanders off in are quite interesting, but it gives the listener an extreme feeling of disorientation, as if the musicians really weren''t sure what they wanted to do and wrote the album on a serious of very confused mood-swings depending on what drugs they were on in the studio that day. While it''s definitely one of Reed''s less focused albums, the material that does work is extremely powerful.
A unique feature of Lou Reed''s music is that it changes wildly over time. Someone who doesn''t like his earlier work may not even recognize his material from five years later. Sally Can''t Dance is a huge departure from his Velvet Underground days, utilizing a cheeky horn section and clear, undistorted guitar sounds. Musically, it''s probably the easiest album for someone unfamiliar with Reed''s background to get into, but it''s not quite as rewarding as his Berlin or Magic And Loss recordings. Still it''s a great sounding album with great riffs and Lou''s trademark wit.
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Morten Vindberg
4.0 out of 5 stars
Reed''s Songwriting Still in Top!
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2005
Lou Reed''s 4th album "Sally Can''t Dance" is usually not regarded as one of his most appreciated albums; often criticized for being too heavily weighed down by too much horn and female voices. And yes, I agree on this, to some extent. Some tracks do, in various... See more
Lou Reed''s 4th album "Sally Can''t Dance" is usually not regarded as one of his most appreciated albums; often criticized for being too heavily weighed down by too much horn and female voices.

And yes, I agree on this, to some extent. Some tracks do, in various degrees, suffer from this. But on the other hand; Reed''s songwriting is as great as on most of his 1970''s albums.

I particularly like the opener "Ride Sally Ride", which has a great build-up, and a wonderful cahrming end. Great song!

Both versions of "Sally Can''t Dance" are great too. Note that the single-version is not just an edited version of the album track, but a completely different recording.

"Kill Your Sons", which is song from his Velvet Underground days, is a raw slow-rocker, and often regarded as the highlight of the album. Great solo-guitar on that one!

The album also contains some fine quieter songs, like the almost acoustic "Billy", the silent-sad "Ennui" and the bluesy "Baby Face", which with its 5 minutes playing time, tend to go on a little too long.

So, though not one of Reed''s very best albums, this a still a strong album that deserves at least 4 stars.
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ivani padovese
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
recensione sì... ma al disco
Reviewed in Italy on November 24, 2016
Quando, nell''agosto 1974, pubblica Sally Can''t Dance, la paranoia, dovuta a un consumo massiccio di anfetamina e metedrina, ha raggiunto livelli insopportabili e lo ha trasformato in un individuo violento e irascibile, prossimo alla follia. La stampa musicale lo indica, e...See more
Quando, nell''agosto 1974, pubblica Sally Can''t Dance, la paranoia, dovuta a un consumo massiccio di anfetamina e metedrina, ha raggiunto livelli insopportabili e lo ha trasformato in un individuo violento e irascibile, prossimo alla follia. La stampa musicale lo indica, e mai profezia si è rivelata più errata, come la più probabile prossima vittima del rock insieme a Keith Richards. L''album, studiato a tavolino per essere commerciale - raggiunse, infatti, alti piazzamenti nelle classifiche di vendita - è il secondo pegno che deve pagare alla sua casa discografica, dopo il live, per la pubblicazione di Berlin. Il produttore Steve Katz segue quelle che sono le tendenze musicali del momento, rhythm and blues e soul, ma il risultato è solo una mediocre parodia di Transformer. Lou asserisce di avervi partecipato apaticamente e di essersi limitato a cantare. Lo ha sempre bollato come una schifezza, tanto da dichiarare, con una delle sue celebri e irresistibili battute sarcastiche, tipiche dell''umorismo yiddish che lo caratterizza: "E'' incredibile. Più faccio schifo e più vendo. Se nel prossimo disco non compaio affatto arriverò al numero uno". Il lavoro, nonostante tutto, ha una sua dignità e contiene pezzi notevoli con liriche toccanti, come quelle di "Kill Your Sons" dove Reed racconta della sua terribile esperienza con l''elettroshock. recensione di ondarock.it
Quando, nell''agosto 1974, pubblica Sally Can''t Dance, la paranoia, dovuta a un consumo massiccio di anfetamina e metedrina, ha raggiunto livelli insopportabili e lo ha trasformato in un individuo violento e irascibile, prossimo alla follia. La stampa musicale lo indica, e mai profezia si è rivelata più errata, come la più probabile prossima vittima del rock insieme a Keith Richards. L''album, studiato a tavolino per essere commerciale - raggiunse, infatti, alti piazzamenti nelle classifiche di vendita - è il secondo pegno che deve pagare alla sua casa discografica, dopo il live, per la pubblicazione di Berlin. Il produttore Steve Katz segue quelle che sono le tendenze musicali del momento, rhythm and blues e soul, ma il risultato è solo una mediocre parodia di Transformer. Lou asserisce di avervi partecipato apaticamente e di essersi limitato a cantare. Lo ha sempre bollato come una schifezza, tanto da dichiarare, con una delle sue celebri e irresistibili battute sarcastiche, tipiche dell''umorismo yiddish che lo caratterizza: "E'' incredibile. Più faccio schifo e più vendo. Se nel prossimo disco non compaio affatto arriverò al numero uno". Il lavoro, nonostante tutto, ha una sua dignità e contiene pezzi notevoli con liriche toccanti, come quelle di "Kill Your Sons" dove Reed racconta della sua terribile esperienza con l''elettroshock. recensione di ondarock.it
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GUIDO
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Bel disco
Reviewed in Italy on July 7, 2017
Bel disco, parzialmente allucinato e allucinatorio, molto cittadino e snob, segna la fine dell''epopea glam-psichedelica di lou Reed e spinge l''ascoltatore ad una rinascita ragionata. Molto ritmato, spesso ballabile. Bellissimo
Bel disco, parzialmente allucinato e allucinatorio, molto cittadino e snob, segna la fine dell''epopea glam-psichedelica di lou Reed e spinge l''ascoltatore ad una rinascita ragionata. Molto ritmato, spesso ballabile. Bellissimo
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Thomas
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Disco fantastico
Reviewed in Italy on July 18, 2017
Un disco di Reed da avere se si apprezza la sua parte di carriera più tossica . La title track vince su ogni cosa, splendide kill your sons ,Billy e ride sally ride
Un disco di Reed da avere se si apprezza la sua parte di carriera più tossica .
La title track vince su ogni cosa, splendide kill your sons ,Billy e ride sally ride
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laurent des landes
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chef d'' oeuvre renié Big Apple trashy Blues
Reviewed in France on March 21, 2011
transformer , Berlin et Sally Can '' t Dance injustement sousestimé par son auteur . Pourtant les chansons sont superbes ;simples puissantes et vénéneuses ! le disque est sans faiblesse à l''inverse de "Rock and Roll Heat " où quelques titres surnagent . Plus abordable que...See more
transformer , Berlin et Sally Can '' t Dance injustement sousestimé par son auteur . Pourtant les chansons sont superbes ;simples puissantes et vénéneuses ! le disque est sans faiblesse à l''inverse de "Rock and Roll Heat " où quelques titres surnagent . Plus abordable que "Coney Island Baby et New York " les dernières oeuvres studio consistantes de Lou qui fut un des tout grand dans les annèes 70 Neil for the country , Lou for the city . Big Apple trashy Blues
transformer , Berlin et Sally Can '' t Dance injustement sousestimé par son auteur .
Pourtant les chansons sont superbes ;simples puissantes et vénéneuses !
le disque est sans faiblesse à l''inverse de "Rock and Roll Heat " où quelques titres surnagent .
Plus abordable que "Coney Island Baby et New York " les dernières oeuvres studio consistantes de Lou qui fut un des tout grand dans les annèes 70 Neil for the country , Lou for the city .
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MarkusSommerbauer
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lou reed sounds like david bowie
Reviewed in Germany on July 13, 2009
well there is a moment during the song new york city stars where lou sounds like david bowie.he used some david bowie voice effect tricks i think.that''s a great moment. ride sally ride lou reeds most easy listening record he comes a little bit close to the david bowie sound...See more
well there is a moment during the song new york city stars where lou sounds like david bowie.he used some david bowie voice effect tricks i think.that''s a great moment. ride sally ride lou reeds most easy listening record he comes a little bit close to the david bowie sound without copying anything.lou stardust or something. there is no other record where he got this glam rock vibe. but well as it is this album is a complete original.
well there is a moment during the song new york city stars where lou sounds like david bowie.he used some david bowie voice effect tricks i think.that''s a great moment.

ride sally ride
lou reeds most easy listening record
he comes a little bit close to the david bowie sound without copying anything.lou stardust or something.
there is no other record where he got this glam rock vibe.
but well as it is this album is a complete original.
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