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John Cale


The Art of Intensity

John Cale - The Art of Intensity

It is six years now since John Cale last toured Britain as a solo artist, and it is over five since he got back together with his former bandmates Lou Reed, Moe Tucker and Sterling Morrison for the br


Paris 1919 (2006)

John Cale - Paris 1919

Surprisingly gentle, former Velvet Underground member John Cale's 1973 solo album 'Paris 1919' is a million miles away from his work with the likes of minimalist composer Terry Riley, the experimentation of the Velvet Underground or producing the likes of Patti Smith or the Stooges. Recently re-rele


EP: Extra Playful (2011)

Sparkling new EP from member John Cale which lives up to its title and makes an excellent taster for an album which will be out next year



Chris Spedding
Interview Chris Spedding - Interview

Chris Spedding, who is possibly Britain’s best known session guitarist, talks to John Clarkson about his new jazz-influenced solo album, 'Pearls', annd working with John Cale, Bryan Ferry and the Sex Pistols


John Cale
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, 23/6/2003 Cale John - King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, 23/6/2003

A few days into his first European tour in several years, John Cale, over 30 years on from the Velvet Underground, contnues to make waves and create surprises at Glasgow's King Tut's Wah Wah Hut


John Cale and Terry Riley
Church of Anthrax John Cale / Terry Riley - Church of Anthrax

Jon Rogers reflects on Velvet Underground multi-instrumentalist John Cale and minimalist composer Terry Riley's 1971 avant-garde collaboration 'Church of Anthrax', which has recently been re-released

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