Lou Reed, Bono, Skye Edwards, David Bowie, Suzanne Vega, Elton John, Andrew Davis, Boyzone, Lesley Garrett, Burning Spear, Thomas Allen, Brodsky Quartet, Heather Small, Emmylou Harris, Tammy Wynette, Shane MacGowan, Sheona White, Dr. John, Robert Cray, Huey, Ian Broudie, Gabrielle, Emmylou Harris, Courtney Pine, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Brett Anderson, Visual Ministry Choir, Joan Armatrading, Laurie Anderson, Tom Jones

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  1. shinichi says:

    Perfect Day

    by BBC

    “Perfect Day” is a song written by Lou Reed in 1972, originally featured on Transformer, Reed’s second post-Velvet Underground solo album. Its fame was given a boost in the 1990s when it was featured in the 1996 film Trainspotting, and after a star-studded version was released as a BBC charity single in 1997, which became the UK’s number one single for three weeks.

    Performers:
    Lou Reed
    Bono
    Skye Edwards (from Morcheeba)
    David Bowie
    Suzanne Vega
    Elton John
    Andrew Davis
    Boyzone
    Lesley Garrett
    Lou Reed
    Burning Spear
    Bono
    Thomas Allen
    Brodsky Quartet
    Heather Small (from M People)
    Emmylou Harris
    Tammy Wynette
    Shane MacGowan
    Sheona White (tenor horn player)
    Dr. John
    David Bowie
    Robert Cray
    Huey (from Fun Lovin’ Criminals)
    Ian Broudie (from The Lightning Seeds)
    Gabrielle
    Dr. John
    Evan Dando (from The Lemonheads)
    Emmylou Harris
    Courtney Pine (soprano saxophone player)
    BBC Symphony Orchestra
    Andrew Davis
    Bono
    Brett Anderson (from Suede)
    Visual Ministry Choir
    Joan Armatrading
    Laurie Anderson
    Heather Small
    Tom Jones
    Heather Small
    Lou Reed

  2. shinichi says:

    Lou Reed Dead: Legendary Rock Musician Dies At 71

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/27/lou-reed-dead_n_4167976.html

    Legendary musician Lou Reed has died, Rolling Stone reported on Sunday.
    He was 71.
    The Guardian confirmed the report, citing Reed’s agent. BBC also confirmed the report.
    His exact cause of death was not immediately revealed, but the AP said it was a “liver-related ailment.”
    Earlier this year, he received a life-saving liver transplant after experiencing chronic liver failure. Reed was open about his addiction to drugs and alcohol in his music. He’d been sober for decades, but his past drug use took a heavy toll on his body. In “Heroin,” he wrote: “Heroin, be the death of me/Heroin, it’s my wife and it’s my life.”

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