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  • But when you see the big, blue and pink face hovering above it, you know deep down that "Drella" is still plenty alive.

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  • But when you see the big, blue and pink face hovering above it, you know deep down that "Drella" is still plenty alive.

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  • No longer under the influence of his addictions, Reed adopted a more serious, if less daring, tone on his recordings, peaking with three releases that were less concept albums than song cycles: New York (1989), about the spiritual death of his hometown; Songs for Drella (1990), an elegy for his 1960s mentor, Pop art conceptualist Andy Warhol; and Magic and Loss (1991), inspired by the deaths of two friends.

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  • Much of the duo's Andy Warhol memorial album, Songs for Drella, focuses not on the creativity of the artist but on his capacity for getting on with the job.

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  • As part of the project, Sholem also cast artists from Toronto for a series of paintings he refers to as Opera for Drella.

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  • Much of the duo's Andy Warhol memorial album, Songs for Drella, focuses not on the creativity of the artist but on his capacity for getting on with the job.

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  • Songs For Drella, a eulogy for Warhol, their former mentor and patron, Reed found relevant topics to apply his blunt, streetwise poetry to, reemerging as one of America's most prolific and outspoken songwriters.

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  • Songs for Drella, in which he and John Cale illustrate Andy Warhol's keep-busy ethic

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  • Music:Lou Reed and John Cale - Songs For Drella - Forever Changed

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  • Current Music: Lou Reed and John Cale, _Songs for Drella

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  • A nickname for Andy Warhol, a portmanteau of Dracula and Cinderella.

    December 29, 2009