This whole week, SPIN is premiering a different track from Burger Records' upcoming tribute album to the Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat. We've already unveiled Natural Child's cover of "White Light/White Heat," the Memories' version of "The Gift," and Mozes and the Firstborn's take on "Lady Godiva's Operation." Now we're sharing Curtis Harding's gospel-informed, horn-filled rendition of the normally meditative "Here She Comes Now." Stream Harding's homage below, and scroll further for SPIN's extensive coverage of the late, great Lou Reed.
SPIN's exclusive Lou Reed coverage:
Goodbye, Lou Reed: New Yorkers Lovingly Celebrate His Life and Music
Lou Reed, R.I.P.: Hear His Legacy in 15 Tracks
Lou Reed: A Critical Discography
The SPIN Interview: Lou Reed
Lou Reed's New York City: The Velvets' Stomping Grounds, Today
Five Great Rap Songs That Sample Lou Reed or the Velvet Underground
Toesucker Blues: Robert Christgau's Farewell Salute to Lou Reed
Dave Hickey on Lou Reed: 'We Have Lost the Master of the Mundane and the Malicious'
The Little Giant: John Cameron Mitchell Remembers His Neighbor, Lou Reed
The Top 100 Alternative Albums of the 1960s