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The raven

Author: Lou Reed; Edgar Allan Poe
Publisher: New York : Grove Press, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Lou Reed has always explored life's extremes of darkness and light. It is no surprise, then, that he considers Edgar Allen Poe a spiritual forefather. In 2001, his musical POEtry - codirected by theater legend Robert Wilson - reimagined Poe's enigmatic work to mesmerizing effect. His subsequent studio adaptation, The Raven, has been hailed as one of his more daring and challenging albums to date. Here, accompanied
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Genre/Form: Librettos
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lou Reed; Edgar Allan Poe
ISBN: 0802117562 9780802117564 0802117597 9780802117595
OCLC Number: 52070692
Notes: Libretto of a studio adaptation of the musical POEtry.
Description: 116 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
Other Titles: Raven.
Responsibility: lyrics and text by Lou Reed ; with photographs by Julian Schnabel.
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"Lou Reed has always explored life's extremes of darkness and light. It is no surprise, then, that he considers Edgar Allen Poe a spiritual forefather. In 2001, his musical POEtry - codirected by theater legend Robert Wilson - reimagined Poe's enigmatic work to mesmerizing effect. His subsequent studio adaptation, The Raven, has been hailed as one of his more daring and challenging albums to date. Here, accompanied by photographs by Julian Schnabel, is the definitive text of the CD release.

The Raven includes Reed's distinctive takes on Poe's most celebrated works, as well as song lyrics written for the CD and the play. A fascinating meeting between a dark chronicler of the twentieth century and his nineteenth-century counterpart, this handsome edition is a must-have for fans of Reed and Poe alike."--Jacket.

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