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Haven't Got the Blues (Yet) [Bonus Edition]

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As someone who’s lived longer than his father, Loudon Wainwright III contemplates mortality more than the usual singer/songwriter. Here, master banjoist Tony Trischka joins Wainwright, along with saxophonist Steve Elson (David Bowie, Radiohead), drummer Sammy Merendino (Michael Jackson, Lou Reed), and bassist Tim Luntzel (Rosanne Cash, Bright Eyes). Small band performances such as “I Knew Your Mother,” “Depression Blues,” and “I’ll Be Killing You (This Christmas)” help demonstrate Wainwright’s irony, sarcasm, amusement, and anger. Yet there’s nothing like hearing the songs at their subtle best, like the touching ballad “In a Hurry.”

Customer Reviews

Great wit and beautiful melodies

This album features so many solid melodies ("Harmless" being my favorite) that I found myself humming after the first listen. Loudon still has the ability to give a smile with his songs, and then take it away as you listen more closely to the lyrics, That's not an easy task, Can't wait to download it all!

Can't Keep A Good Man Down

Dang it! Now I can't get that Man and Dog song out of my head. I'll have to buy the whole forking album! Not that there's anything wrong with that.


Born: September 5, 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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