The Gun - Lou Reed - The Blue Mask (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: RCA - RPL-8122 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
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The Blue Mask is the eleventh studio album by singer-songwriter Lou Reed. It was the first album released after Reed left Arista Records and returned to RCA Records. The album was released near Reed's 40th birthday, and covers topics of marriage and settling down, alongside themes of violence, paranoia, and alcoholism.
A clean and sober Reed wrote a superb collection of narratives, then drafted art-punk guitarist Robert Quine and mind-blowing bassist Fernando Saunders for one of his best albums. The title track may be the darkest, most twisted number in Reed's arsenal (and that's saying something), but the rest brim over with a rare compassion.
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The Blue Mask was Reed 's first album after he overcame a long-standing addiction to alcohol and drugs, and it reveals a renewed focus and dedication to craft -- for the first time in years, Reed had written an entire album's worth of moving, compelling songs, and was performing them with keen skill and genuine emotional commitment.
"The Blue Mask" is often hailed by critics and fans alike as one of Lou Reed's greatest achievements, and it is deserving of the considerable praise. The disc contains some of Reed's most brutally honest writing in a concise set of songs exploring all aspects of human frailty - good, bad and ugly/5(79).
(The Blue Mask is the least ironic album Reed’s ever made, and maybe one of the least ironic anybody’s ever made.) Amazingly, the intimacy and warmth of “Women” — here conveyed by a play.
The Blue Mask is the eleventh solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed. It was the first album released after Reed had left Arista Records and returned to RCA Records. The album was released around Reed's 40th birthday, and covers topics of marriage and settling down, alongside themes of violence, paranoia, and alcoholism.
After Lou Reed died last Oct. 27, I began listening to his albums in chronological order and blogging about them every Friday. Last week, I wrote about "Lulu," the 31st and final album in my series.