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The first two classic albums by renowned singer/ songwriter Loudon Wainwright III. Originally released on Atlantic Records from 1970 and 1971. Includes the bonus track - 'Drinking Song'. Billed as the new Bob Dylan, but then everybody with a guitar and their own songs was branded as the new Bob Dylan back then, Wainwright was a unique storyteller as these two albums attest. A Singer/Songwriter, Actor (most remembered for his TV appearances in MASH) and humourist as we find in songs such as 'Glad To See You've Got Religion' and his light hearted 'Bruno's Place', Wainwright remains an enormously popular touring artist, he's also recently released his 31st album. The father of Rufus, Martha and Lucy Wainwright Roche, all entertainers in their own right, Loudon Wainwright's skill at tale telling from school days to on-the-road survivalism on 'Motel Blues' and everyday relationship management is witty and precise, a joy to behold.
The first two classic albums by renowned singer/ songwriter Loudon Wainwright III. Originally released on Atlantic Records from 1970 and 1971. Includes the bonus track - 'Drinking Song'. Billed as the new Bob Dylan, but then everybody with a guitar and their own songs was branded as the new Bob Dylan back then, Wainwright was a unique storyteller as these two albums attest. A Singer/Songwriter, Actor (most remembered for his TV appearances in MASH) and humourist as we find in songs such as 'Glad To See You've Got Religion' and his light hearted 'Bruno's Place', Wainwright remains an enormously popular touring artist, he's also recently released his 31st album. The father of Rufus, Martha and Lucy Wainwright Roche, all entertainers in their own right, Loudon Wainwright's skill at tale telling from school days to on-the-road survivalism on 'Motel Blues' and everyday relationship management is witty and precise, a joy to behold.
5013929800748

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Format: CD
Label: MORELLO
Rel. Date: 01/13/2023
UPC: 5013929800748

Loudon Wainwright Iii / Album Ii (Uk)
Artist: Wainwright Loudon Iii
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. School Days
2. Hospital Lady
3. Ode to a Pittsburgh
4. Glad to See You've Got Religion
5. Uptown
6. Black Uncle Remus
7. Four Is a Magic Number
8. I Don't Care
9. Central Square Song
10. Movies Are a Mother to Me
11. Bruno's Place
12. Me and My Friend the Cat
13. Motel Blues
14. Nice Jewish Girls
15. Be Careful There's a Baby in the House
16. Medley: I Know I'm Unhappy/ Suicide Song/Glenville Reel
17. Saw Your Name in the Paper
18. Samson and the Warden
19. Plane Too
20. Cook That Dinner Dora
21. Old Friend
22. Old Paint
23. Winter Song
24. Drinking Song (Bonus Track)

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The first two classic albums by renowned singer/ songwriter Loudon Wainwright III. Originally released on Atlantic Records from 1970 and 1971. Includes the bonus track - 'Drinking Song'. Billed as the new Bob Dylan, but then everybody with a guitar and their own songs was branded as the new Bob Dylan back then, Wainwright was a unique storyteller as these two albums attest. A Singer/Songwriter, Actor (most remembered for his TV appearances in MASH) and humourist as we find in songs such as 'Glad To See You've Got Religion' and his light hearted 'Bruno's Place', Wainwright remains an enormously popular touring artist, he's also recently released his 31st album. The father of Rufus, Martha and Lucy Wainwright Roche, all entertainers in their own right, Loudon Wainwright's skill at tale telling from school days to on-the-road survivalism on 'Motel Blues' and everyday relationship management is witty and precise, a joy to behold.
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