Think It Over - Lou Reed - Growing Up In Public (CD, Album)

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  1. Think it over baby, think it over Think it over baby, why don't you think it over She said, somewhere, there's a faraway place where all is ordered and all is grace No one there is ever disgraced and everyBODY there is wise and everyone has taste And then she sighed, well la-dee-dah-dee-dah you and I have come quite far and we really must watch.
  2. Growing Up in Public doesn’t break much new ground musically but does mark quite a contrast to the excesses of Reed’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal persona of the s. On Growing Up in Public Lou collaborates in the writing with keyboardist, John Fonfara, who also shares the production credit/5(26).
  3. Growing Up in Public is the tenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April by Arista Records. Michael Fonfara and Reed produced the album. It was written and recorded over a period of six weeks in sessions that took place at George Martin 's AIR Studios in Montserrat.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Growing Up In Public on Discogs. Label: Arista - ,Arista - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock •/5(28).
  5. Growing Up in Public doesn’t break much new ground musically but does mark quite a contrast to the excesses of Reed’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal persona of the s. On Growing Up in Public Lou collaborates in the writing with keyboardist, John Fonfara, who also shares the production credit.4/5(11).
  6. Editors’ Notes With a powerful opening trio of tunes, Growing Up in Public proves Reed has the uncanny ability to speak in both poetic language and street verse. His wild side was giving way to an unusually domesticated singer/songwriter (it wouldn't last) who was revisiting the terrors of childhood, adolescence, and adulthood with an unblinking eye.
  7. Feb 17,  · Growing Up In Public marks a very difficult and awkward point in Lou's career. The '80s in general is seen as the lowest point for Reed's music, but this album in particular shows him at a complete loss for ideas. An album like this really was.
  8. Lyrics to Think It Over by Lou Reed from the Growing Up in Public album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!

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