A live improvisational take on the Beatles song, this recording was pieced together from two live recordings: Roma, Warsaw, Poland, 10 June 2000, and Archa Theatre, Prague, Czech Republic, 13 June 2000, in order to create, according to the liner notes, "a cohesive presentation out of a series of incoherent events."
Le Bataclan '72 is a live album by Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico. It was recorded from the soundboard and heavily bootlegged over the years, before it gained an official release in 2004. The album was recorded during a live show at the Bataclan club in Paris in 1972, and was originally broadcast on French TV. The concert marked the first time since the breakup of The Velvet Underground that Reed, Cale and Nico were on stage together. [Wikipedia]