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Lou Reed: Edmonton Sundown, London

Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 7 October 1972

EDMONTON IS NOT exactly the rock capital of the world, and when Phillip Goodhand-Tait took the stage, the auditorium was somewhat underpopulated. This was somewhat unfortunate, as P.G.T. is one of our better young song writer singers and his understated performance was full of good things for those who wanted to know. In addition to his own songs, he featured fine versions of Carole King's 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow' and Buddy Holly's 'Peggy Sue'.

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