Sunday Morning (track) by The Velvet Underground And Nico
Sunday Morning appears on the following album(s) by The Velvet Underground And Nico:The Velvet Underground And Nico (this album) (1967).
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Best song to play in the morning of sunday.
This song is the peal of experimental pop.
Simply one of the most pleasant songs ever made.
Beautiful opener to a great album! The celesta is the final perfect touch :)
The album deceptively kicks off with the come down song. With what's to come the band decide to start the record with the calm before the storm. A lovely track, almost conservative in it's delivery, and although Warhol's production is awful, it actually adds to the character and atmosphere of the song(and album, for that matter). Sunday morning, is a lovely first track.
This might be considered out of place on an album, but for such a diverse album with so man different feels and sounds I think it works just fine. Absolutely beautiful vocals and the celesta is just sublime and not the bad band.
It's a song trapped in the haze of a lazy Sunday morning-- anything goes, and the result is pure, ethereal beauty.
Sunday morning, and I'm falling... I've got a feeling I don't want to know...
The use of the celesta was a brilliant idea. It makes the song soooo beautifull.
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