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Album Review

With guitarist Richard Thompson once again in the producer's chair, Wainwright offered up this fine batch of tunes that cover everything from global disharmony ("Hard Day on the Planet") to a bad drug trip ("Acid Song"). The balance of sharp wit and emotional impact (particularly on the heartbreaking "Your Mother and I") throughout the disc makes this one of Wainwrights very best albums. But more sensitive listeners should beware of the potentially offensive "Vampire Blues."

Customer Reviews

Just brilliant!

I first heard this album playing in a record shop, I immediately asked who it was and bought it there and then, a decision I have never regretted. It is one of my favourite albums. The songs range from funny and quirky to touching and meaningful, well they are to me anyway. If you have a fine eclectic taste in music you won't go wrong getting this album, it's the berries! Sorry I don't usually leave reviews but as this record has not had a single review (shame on you all) I felt compelled to leave one. : )


Born: 05 September 1946 in Chapel Hill, NC

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Loudon Wainwright III grew up in the town of Bedford in wealthy Westchester County north of New York City, the son of Loudon S. Wainwright, Jr., a writer and editor at Life magazine and a direct descendant of colonial governor Peter Stuyvesant. Wainwright became a folk singer/songwriter in the late '60s, singing humorous and nakedly honest autobiographical songs. Signed to Atlantic Records, he recorded Album I (1970) and Album II (1971), accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, before switching to...
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