Berlin: Live At St. Ann's Warehouse

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Original film poster
Directed by Julian Schnabel
Produced by Jon Kilik
Tom Sarig
Starring Lou Reed
Emmanuelle Seigner
Music by Lou Reed
Cinematography Ellen Kuras
Editing by Benjamin Flaherty
Distributed by Third Rail Releasing
Release date(s) October 7, 2008 (United States)
Running time 81 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
Language English
Box office $114,860[1]
Berlin: Live At St. Ann's Warehouse
Lou Reed
Released November 4, 2008
Recorded December 15–16, 2006
Genre Rock
Length 79:30
Label Matador Records
Producer Bob Ezrin, Hal Willner
Lou Reed chronology

Hudson River Wind Meditations
Berlin: Live At St. Ann's Warehouse
The Creation of the Universe
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [2]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[3]
Spectrum Culture (3.5/5.0) [4]
Pitchfork Media (7.2/10)[5]

Berlin: Live At St. Ann's Warehouse is a concert film and live album by Lou Reed released in 2008. The concert film was directed by Julian Schnabel, live at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn during five nights in December 2006. Background shots of the characters Jim and Caroline were done by Lola Schnabel.

The Berlin tour was the first time Lou Reed had played the full album live in over 30 years, after the original album was a critical and commercial flop. Individual songs had been played, but not the whole thing.[6]

The concert film and album both feature three additional songs, "Candy Says", "Rock Minuet" and "Sweet Jane", not from the original Berlin.

Track listing

All tracks composed by Lou Reed

  1. "Intro" – 1:51
  2. "Berlin" – 2:34
  3. "Lady Day" – 4:12
  4. "Men Of Good Fortune" – 6:35
  5. "Caroline Says (I)" – 4:31
  6. "How Do You Think It Feels?" – 5:37
  7. "Oh, Jim" – 8:16)
  8. "Caroline Says (II)" – 4:33
  9. "The Kids" – 8:08
  10. "The Bed" – 5:59
  11. "Sad Song" – 8:21
  12. "Candy Says" – 6:04
  13. "Rock Minuet" – 7:18
  14. "Sweet Jane" – 5:31



External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
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