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John Cale Releases If You Were Still Around In Tribute To Lou Reed

Monday, 27 October 2014 Written by Huw Baines

John Cale has released If You Were Still Around, a tribute to his former Velvet Underground bandmate Lou Reed.

The song has been released to commemorate a year since Reed’s death, with Cale tagging the song: “Thinking of Lou.” You can check out the video, directed by Abigail Portner, below.





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