Born 9th March, 1942
John Davies Cale (born 9th March, 1942) is a Welsh musician, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for his work in rock music, particularly as a founding member of The Velvet Underground, and he has worked in a variety of styles over the years.
Cale was born in Garnant in the heavily industrial Amman Valley, and Welsh is his first language...
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- 1965 Joins The Velvet Underground
- 1968 Leaves the Velvet Underground
- 1969 Produces The Stooges
- 1970 Releases first solo album
- 1974 Teams up with Brian Eno
- 1975 Produces Patti Smith's 'Horses'
- 1977 Decapitates a chicken on stage in Croydon
- 1987 Produces Happy Mondays
- 1993 Briefly joins the reunited Velvet Underground
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Top 10 Tracks
These are the tracks that are most listened to by users of Last.FM.
- 1 Hallelujah played 487 times
- 2 Paris 1919 played 260 times
- 3 Hanky Panky Nohow played 143 times
- 4 Child's Christmas in Wales played 130 times
- 5 Andalucia played 126 times
- 6 Graham Greene played 114 times
- 7 The Endless Plain of Fortune played 113 times
- 8 Macbeth played 109 times
- 9 Half Past France played 100 times
- 10 Buffalo Ballet played 67 times
This chart is not created by the BBC and is only reflective of the listening habits of users of Last.FM.