Two videos featuring Lou Reed, one of them an interview recorded shortly before his death last year, and the other a 1983 performance with, to my mind, his greatest post-Velvet Underground band, Fernando Saunders (bass), Robert Quine (guitar), and Fred Maher (drums) who backed Reed in support of the amazing album The Blue Mask. Here is the dark and moving Waves of Fear with a totally deranged guitar solo by Quine. The mellifluous bass of Saunders acts as counterpoint but doesn't remove the edgy feel they cultivated at their peak. Quine and Reed had infamously tense relations, but were a terrific guitar duo.