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Lewis  - L'Amour album download
Folk Rock, Ethereal, Ambient
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    L'Amour
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In 1983, a guy named Randall Wulff showed up at Music Lab studio in Los Angeles with a white Mercedes convertible, a beautiful girlfriend, perfect hair, and a handful of ethereal synth-pop-folk tunes. Wulff then hired photographer Ed Colver, best known for documenting the West Coast punk scene, to shoot the starkly monochromatic album cover. By the time Colver realized the check had bounced, Wulff had disappeared

Redirected from L'Amour (album)). Randall A. Wulff, better known by his stage name Lewis, and also known as Lewis Baloue and Randy Duke, is a Canadian singer and musician. He released a number of albums in the 1980s, but did not become widely known until they were re-released in 2014. Lewis' family live in British Columbia but he is estranged from them; in August 2014 his brother stated that he had not seen Lewis since 2007. His father and uncle had lost touch with him some years previously.

Genre: Singer-Songwriter. A beautiful and haunting album that boasts enigmatic and puzzlying, but ultimately charming love songs from this completely unknown artist called by the public Lewis. L'Amour is reissued after more than 30 years since its first 'release', and, for many reasons, lost in time. Whatever the reason that took this delightful work from hitting the shelves and, of course, from becoming a classic album was, it still can't take away the subtlety and elegance of its sound. It is definitely not an album.

Mononymous Canadian crooner Lewis' only known album, 1983's L'Amour (which must certainly have been a cheeky reference to pulpy Western author Louis L'Amour), is an atmospheric, introspective set of almost narcoleptic synth and acoustic pop ballads. Think a mumblecore take on Bryan Ferry or David Bowie singing on Ambien and you'll come close to the sound Lewis achieved on L'Amour. This is chilly, synth-based music featuring long instrumental stretches, punctuated by Lewis' almost unintelligible if not unpleasant singing.

was it you who made that little term up a few years back? can't really remember.

In 1983, a man named Lewis recorded an album named L'Amour, which was released on the unknown label . And that's about all we know. The record itself is a delicate, whispered album, reflecting the way the artist himself - spectral, movie star-like - almost disappears into the grey of the cover. It should come as no surprise that it failed to shout loudly enough to be noticed, another private press album that sank without a trace. The album is being pressed for the first time in more than 30 years, and widely distributed for the first time ever. Lewis's royalties will be placed in escrow until he makes himself known. Perhaps you know Lewis.

Album: Late Night Feelings. Genre: Pop. Released: 2019. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless.

In 1983, a man named Lewis recorded an album named L’Amour, which was released on the unknown label . And that’s about all we know. The record itself is a delicate, whispered album, reflecting the way the artist himself – spectral, movie star-like – almost disappears into the grey of the cover. It should come as no surprise that it failed to shout loudly enough to be noticed, another private press album that sank without trace.

Tracklist

A1 Thought The World Of You 2:34
A2 Cool Night In Paris 3:16
A3 My Whole Life 2:21
A4 Even Rainbows Turn Blue 3:34
A5 Like To See You Again 4:25
B1 Things Just Happen That Way 4:25
B2 Summer's Moon 3:52
B3 Let's Fall In Love Tonight 3:44
B4 Love Showered Me 4:05
B5 Romance For Two 4:50

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Light In The Attic Records & Distribution, LLC
  • Recorded At – Music Lab
  • Lacquer Cut At – Golden Mastering
  • Remastered At – John Baldwin Mastering

Credits

  • Engineer – Bob Kinsey
  • Executive-Producer [Re-Release Executive Producer] – Josh Wright, Matt Sullivan
  • Liner Notes – Jack D. Fleischer
  • Music By, Lyrics By, Composed By – Lewis
  • Photography By [Original LP Cover And Photos Of Lewis By And Courtesy Of] – Ed Colver
  • Piano, Guitar, Vocals – Lewis
  • Reissue Producer [Produced For Re-Release] – Jack D. Fleischer, Matt Sullivan
  • Remastered By – John Baldwin
  • Synthesizer – Philip Lees

Notes

Recorded at Music Lab Studios, Hollywood, Ca.
Originally released as R.A.W. 1001, 1983

LP housed in deluxe Stoughton “Tip-On” gatefold jacket
LP includes download card
Color vinyl editions (housed in Silver Foil Stamped jacket):
200 copies on "Mysterious" Grey wax (LITA Vinyl Subscriber exclusive)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LITA-117-A S-90752 GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LITA-117-B S-90753 GOLDEN
  • Barcode: 8 26853 0117 1 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
R.A.W. 1001 Lewis L'Amour ‎(LP) R.A.W. Records R.A.W. 1001 US 1983
LITA 117 Lewis L'Amour ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Light In The Attic LITA 117 US 2014
LITA 117 Lewis L'Amour ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red) Light In The Attic LITA 117 US 2014
LITA 117 Lewis L'Amour ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Gat) Light In The Attic LITA 117 US 2014
LITA 117 Lewis L'Amour ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Cle) Light In The Attic LITA 117 US 2014