1977-10-00 Record Plant (The), New York City, NY

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Bruce drops in on a session for Lou Reed's work-in-progress album and records a Reed-composed, spoken narrative that forms a brief part of Reed's 11-minute song "Street Hassle". In the last line of the narrative Bruce states, "tramps like us, we were born to pay". It's not known if the inclusion of this line was Bruce or Reed's idea.


Lou Reed Recording Session



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The string arrangement on "Street Hassle" is by Aram Schefrin, but the actual string players are unknown.

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