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Y'know I think he looks bewtter after!
I was going to say the same thing.
Cale has been popular music's hidden greatest weapon for the past forty years. God, I love this guy so much and he has continued to get better looking as he has gotten older. I don't think I have ever seen that top photo...thanks for posting.All Hail Cale...
Hail Cale!I defy anyone to listen to Vintage Violence or Paris 1919 and not become utterly absorbed in the man's brilliance.Can't be done, I say.
Great records indeed...I'm also a fan of later stuff like Music for a New Society, and his Reed reunion, Songs for Drella.Seen him twice live too...utterly captivating in concert.
The five year run Cale had between "Vintage Violence" and "Helen Of Troy" is one of the most remarkable in rock history. What's incredible is that he has continued to produce truly astonishing albums long after most of his contemporaries stopped being of any interest. 2002's "Hobo Sapiens" is one of his great works to my ears and his mosr recent live album "Circus" shows a man firing on all cylinders...truly possessed by genius.
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