The Velvet Underground, live at The Boston Tea Party on July 11, 1969. The Boston Tea Party was the leading underground rock club, and something of a home away from home for the Velvet Underground. Lou Reed even described it as his favorite place to play in the late '60s.
This superb live date was taped there on Friday, July 11th, and finds the quartet performing numerous tracks from their recently released eponymous third album (1969), as well as epic renditions of "Run Run Run" and "Sister Ray" - an essential document of a great band at their peak.
1-1 I'm Waiting For The Man 9:19
1-2 Jesus 3:59
1-3 Run Run Run 16:13
1-4 I'm Set Free 5:25
2-1 White Light White Heat 8:16
2-2 Candy Says 5:06
2-3 Pale Blue Eyes 7:42
2-4 Beginning To See The Light 8:52
2-5 Sister Ray > The Murder Mystery 22:15