John Cale

Brian Eno & John Cale Lou Reed Nico The Velvet Underground

John Cale, OBE (born 9 March 1942) is a Welsh musician, composer, singer-songwriter and record producer. He was a founding member of the experimental rock band The Velvet Underground in early 1965. Though best known for his work in rock music, Cale has worked in various genres including drone and classical. Since departing from the Velvet Underground in 1968 he has released over thirty albums. Of his solo work, he is perhaps best known for his 1973 album 'Paris 1919' and the song of the same name Read more on Last.fm

John Cale
M:FANS
Album (2016)
John Cale
Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood
Album (2012)
John Cale
Cohen Revisited (A Tribute To Leonard Cohen)
Album (2009)
John Cale
blackAcetate
Album (2005)
John Cale
Dream Interpretation: Inside the Dream Syndicate Volume II
Album (2005)
John Cale
HoboSapiens
Album (2003)
John Cale
Stainless Gamelan: Inside the Dream Syndicate, Volume III: Table of the Elements
Album (2001)
John Cale, Tony Conrad, Angus MacLise, La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela
Inside the Dream Syndicate, Volume I: Day of Niagara (1965)
Album (2000)
John Cale
The Unknown
Album (1999)
John Cale
Dance Music
Album (1998)
John Cale
Walking on Locusts
Album (1996)
John Cale & Bob Neuwirth
Last Day on Earth
Album (1994)
Brian Eno/John Cale
Wrong Way Up
Album (1990)
Lou Reed / John Cale
Songs for Drella
Album (1990)
John Cale
Words for the Dying
Album (1989)
John Cale
Artificial Intelligence
Album (1985)
John Cale
Caribbean Sunset
Album (1984)
John Cale
Music for a New Society
Album (1982)
John Cale
Honi Soit
Album (1981)
John Cale
Helen of Troy
Album (1975)
John Cale
Slow Dazzle
Album (1975)
John Cale
Fear
Album (1974)
John Cale
Paris 1919
Album (1973)
John Cale
The Academy in Peril
Album (1972)
John Cale & Terry Riley
Church of Anthrax
Album (1971)
John Cale
Vintage Violence
Album (1970)