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|
|Studio||Scepter Studios, New York City|
"I Heard Her Call My Name" is a song by American 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 high pitched feedback.
In an interview, guitarist Sterling Morrison said, "I quit the group for a couple of days because I thought they chose the wrong mix for 'I Heard Her Call My Name', one of our best songs that was completely ruined in the studio."
- Lou Reed – lead vocals, lead guitar
- Sterling Morrison – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- John Cale – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Maureen Tucker – percussion
- Carpenter, Troy. "The Velvet Underground Bio". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on December 4, 2017. Retrieved December 16, 2018.
'I Heard Her Call My Name' is alternately a catchy garage-rock anthem and a distortion-drenched guitar freakout
- Malitz, David (October 28, 2013). "Lou Reed and the single greatest second of recorded music in rock-and-roll history". The Washington Post. Retrieved 23 February 2015.
- Bockris, Victor (2003). Uptight: The Velvet Underground Story. Cooper Square Press. p. 89. ISBN 978-0815412854.
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