We've chronicled the best new music of 2014, but now it's time to look at the greatest reissues of the year!
Maybe on the surface, the Turtles and the Velvet Underground seem worlds apart.
Listen to a startlingly clear live version of the Velvet Underground's 'I'm Waiting For the Man' from 1969.
The Velvet Underground's self-titled third album will get the deluxe reissue treatment for its 45th anniversary.
‘I’m Not a Young Man Anymore,’ a previously unreleased live track by the Velvet Underground, has hit the web. The live version was recorded at the Gymnasium venue in New York on April 30, 1967. It's rumored to be the only time the Velvets performed the song in concert.
The Ty Segall Band made a visit to 'Conan' last night (Oct. 16), treating O'Brien's viewers to a run-through of the tune 'Thank God for Sinners' from their brand new 'Twins' album. Check out the raucous performance above.
A federal judge in New York has rejected the Velvet Underground's copyright claim against the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, reports The Guardian. In January, the VU had sued the foundation over its licensing of the iconic Andy Warhol-designed banana -- which originally appeared on the cover of their 1967 debut album, 'The Velvet Underground & Nico' -- for such things as covers for Apple iPods and iPads.