Billy Yule played a short role within the Velvet Underground tale, filling in simply because drummer for a couple a few months when Maureen Tucker was pregnant in 1970. Yule got the gig because he was young sibling of bassist Doug Yule (who got only experienced the music group since past due 1968, when he changed John Cale). Since it turned out, nevertheless, Yule just drummed on some of the paths of the ultimate studio album to become documented with Lou Reed as head, Loaded; these were in any other case handled by program guy Tommy Castanaro, manufacturer/engineer Adrian Barber, and Doug Yule. Actually, it’s not completely certain who performed drums on what monitor, although it appears fairly sure that Billy Yule wasn’t included on most of them. Yule, nevertheless, may be the drummer on Live at Max’s Kansas Town, documented on August 23, 1970, Reed’s last night using the music group. Maureen Tucker returned into the music group in past due 1970. For some time, Billy Yule is at a music group known as the Rockets (not really be baffled with the Rockets who documented an record in the past due 1960s and progressed into Crazy Equine), that was maintained by Velvet Underground supervisor Steve Sesnick.