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68 Cale had nally consummated the effect of smashing an axe through a table simply by playing his viola in a high school. Five days later, thanks again to Aronowitz, Cale found himself playing the rst Velvet show of a six-week residency at the Café Bizarre, although it hardly lasted six nights. Sterling Morrison The youngest male in the band by all of ve months, Holmes Sterling Morrison, was born on August 29th, 1942 and brought up in East Meadow69 on Long Island, a small town not far from Lou Reed’s Freeport.
Soon after, Al Aronowitz, a journalist attempting to enter the management arena, saw Cale and his colleagues playing at a Cinematheque event. It is said that he took guitarist Robbie Robertson (later of Dylan’s backing group The Band) to this or a subsequent show for a second opin- 32 The Velvet Underground ion. 67 Nevertheless, Aronowitz offered them a support slot for his band The Myddle Class. The Velvets agreed. On December 11th The Velvet Underground made its debut under this name at the Summit High School, Summit, New Jersey, where the band was contracted to play just three songs.
Through a mutual friend they had developed a rapport between them just at the same time that they’d left their families. They developed a friendship at college around a music scene rather than through a music profession. 78 He also had less at stake than the other two; after all, he was on holiday from an academic career, not tied to music. Finally, Morrison could bypass the competitive streak that lay between Reed and Cale. As Morrison often said, he was the one who was “in it for the fun”. 79 Maureen (Moe) Tucker I never had any problem.