It’s not unusual for an artist to receive recognition for their work long after it is first offered to the world. This anomaly of fame touches some artists more than others.
Lou Reed, who died in 2013, frequently occupied that space in musical limbo. The Velvet Underground and Nico’s eponymous debut album went unnoticed during the band’s own creative lifetime (selling a meagre 30,000 copies). Many years after its 1967 release, however, it...
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