Sally Canīt Dance - RCA 1974
I particularly like the opener "Ride Sally Ride", which has a great build-up, and a wonderful cahrming end. Great song! Both versions of "Sally Can't Dance" are great too. Note that the single-version is not just an edited version of the album track, but a completely different recording. "Kill Your Sons", which is song from his Velvet Underground days, is a raw slow-rocker, and often regarded as the highlight of the album. Great solo-guitar on that one!
The album also contains some fine quieter songs, like the almost acoustic "Billy", the silent-sad "Ennui" and the bluesy "Baby Face", which with its 5 minutes playing time, tend to go on a little too long. So, though not one of Reed's very best albums, not so bad as some people seem to think.