Todd Seavey

Todd Seavey is a writer, ghostwriter, editor, media/politics consultant, and speaker serving real clients when not posting things at ToddSeavey.com. Follow him at http://Twitter.com/ToddSeavey.

All Tomorrow’s Partisans: Lou Reed, 1942-2013

 

You would not have guessed from Lewis Reed’s recordings, such as 1962’s “Your Love,” that he was going to change the world and effectively invent alternative rock, which is to say, rock that either foreshadows or follows from punk. Reed’s work for the fake-band-promoting song factory Pickwick Records, such as 1964’s “The Ostrich,” hinted, if anything, at […]

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