Download links and information about Lulu by Trip Shakespeare. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 57:35 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||None of the Regular Rules Were True||0:17|
|5.||Will You Be Found||3:42|
|6.||Down My Block||3:18|
|7.||Jill Can Drive||5:22|
|8.||Look At the Moon||3:29|
|11.||Today You Move||4:57|
|13.||Down the Dusty Road||0:48|
|14.||If You Miss Me||5:27|
With 1991’s Lulu, Trip Shakespeare achieved the most complete realization of its peculiar pop/rock vision filled with exquisite vocal harmonies, intricate arrangements, and lyrics alternately weird, sly, and heart-tugging. Romance in the drab modern world is Lulu’s most frequent topic, seen from the angle of bar-hopping singles (“Bachelorette”), pining lovers (“If You Miss Me”), and goofy make-out artists (“Your Mouth”). Co-lead singer Matt Wilson’s lyrics show a unique touch, embellishing tunes like “Jill Can Drive” and “Today You Move” with odd details and twists of phrase. The music is rooted in classic ‘60s vocal pop (“Down My Block,” “Look At the Moon”), with detours into jam band improvisations (“Patricia”) and Off-Broadway arias (“Will You Be Found”). Matt and Dan Wilson (along with bassist John Munson) trade off singing lead, frequently merging voices to stunning effect. Munson’s flowing fretless bass and Elaine Harris’ curious percussion approach add further distinctive touches. Sadly, Lulu proved to be Trip Shakespeare’s final album of original material. Its quirky excellence is well worth discovering.