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Lou Reed formed The Velvet Underground and within two years Andy Warhol became the band’s manager. Under Andy’s wing, The Velvet Underground became one of the most influential musical acts of all time. Years later, Reed composed a musical based on Warhol’s book, “The Philosophy of Andy Warhol.” He recalled that the songs “fascinated, but horrified” Warhol.  Biography.com

Lou Reed formed The Velvet Underground and within two years Andy Warhol became the band’s manager. Under Andy’s wing, The Velvet Underground became one of the most influential musical acts of all time. Years later, Reed composed a musical based on Warhol’s book, “The Philosophy of Andy Warhol.” He recalled that the songs “fascinated, but horrified” Warhol.  Biography.com

Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison and John Cale.  Photo by Nat Finkelstein

Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison and John Cale.  Photo by Nat Finkelstein

Andy Warhol and Lou Reed, 1976.

Andy Warhol and Lou Reed, 1976.

Andy Warhol, Maureen Tucker and Lou Reed

Andy Warhol, Maureen Tucker and Lou Reed

 Andy Warhol and Lou Reed 1965–67. Photo by Stephen Shore.

 Andy Warhol and Lou Reed 1965–67. Photo by Stephen Shore.