I Heard Her Call My Name
|"I Heard Her Call My Name"|
|Song by The Velvet Underground from the album White Light/White Heat|
|Released||January 30, 1968|
|Recorded||September 1967, Scepter Studios, New York City, New York|
|Genre||Experimental rock, protopunk|
|White Light/White Heat track listing|
"I Heard Her Call My Name" is a song by American avant-garde rock band The Velvet Underground. It is the fifth track from the band's second album, White Light/White Heat. It is a particularly loud, brash and aggressive song that features a pair of atonal guitar solos performed by Lou Reed and repeated use of piercing feedback.
In their biography Uptight, the band claimed they were unhappy with the recording of "I Heard Her Call My Name", saying that the recording was a poor attempt to capture the energy of live versions of the song.
- Lou Reed - lead vocals, lead guitar
- Sterling Morrison - rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- John Cale - bass guitar, backing vocals
- Maureen Tucker - percussion
- Malitz, David (October 28, 2013). "Lou Reed and the single greatest second of recorded music in rock-and-roll history". The Washington Post.
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