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Paris 1919 is a 1973 album by former Velvet Underground member John Cale. It was produced by Chris Thomas and features a backing band consisting largely of members of Little Feat. It is the most accessible and traditional of Cale's albums, and the most well-known of his work as a solo artist.

A remastered and expanded edition was released in 2006. It features alternate versions of each song on the album, as well as the previously unreleased session outtake "Burned… read more

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  • Avatar for hatoful
    Lovely album. The title track is one of the best songs I've ever heard.
  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    This album is absolutely divine.
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    Cale's art pop/baroque pop masterpiece. One of the best records of his career and also a great 1970s album.
  • Avatar for silverlage
    1-5
  • Avatar for RussellChap
    great stuff, cale has made so many good albums
  • Avatar for sixty-forty
    this is the best album ever made [2]
  • Avatar for Rickll
    Wrong release date mentioned. Has to be 1973.
  • Avatar for boundaryfuss
    this album is divine punishment for TVU for kicking john cale off the third album
  • Avatar for Nakkinak
    How could I forget how fantastic this album is
  • Avatar for somnambulance
    i can confidently say that this album means more to me than 3 of the first 4 velvet underground albums; unparalleled awesome

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