Ladyvipb ‎– Stories Of A Broken Heart And Recovering

Nuphonic ‎– NUX160CD
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1 Devil You
Guitar – Maurice FultonVocals – Wanda Felicia
2 The Wiggie Bop
Bass – PlasDrums – Servvi PassalyoHorns – Jimi Tenor, Mike Kearsay*, Terry Edwards
3 Life With Denise
Guitar – Maurice FultonVocals – Wanda Felicia
4 You Gave Away My Everything
Vocals – Wanda Felicia
5 I Why The Pain 3:46
6 A New Day
Horns – Jimi Tenor, Mike Kearsay*, Terry EdwardsVocals – Wanda Felicia
7 Please Heal Me 4:40
8 Pain In My Brain
Vocals – Wanda Felicia
9 Nartia 5:56
10 Yesterday Has Gone 6:14

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An original Dr Scratch mix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0675601160028
  • Barcode (Scanned): 675601160028
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS NUX160CD 01 5
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04D6


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October 26, 2011

Maurice Fulton has always had a knack for quirky house, and on his only outing (thus far) as Ladyvipb, STORIES OF A BROKEN HEART AND RECOVERING, he doesn't disappoint. The subdued joyfulness of "The Wiggie Bop" shows that a broken heart is probably the furthest thing from his mind. "Life With Denise" is plenty funky and quirky, replete with altered vocals from Wanda Felicia, but we get a chance to hear her vocal stylings again on the more straightforward "You Gave Away My Everything." The flanged chorus on "I Why The Pain" suggests a little hint of sadness, which carries into "A New Day," which, to my ears, samples the piano line that kicks off The Art of Noise's "Moments in Love." "Please Heal Me" packs in some serious swing with its double bass and horns, while "Pain In My Brain" gets you wiggling. The combo of a string quartet and slight bits of wigged out electronics launches "Nartia" into the stratosphere, and the final track, "Yesterday Has Gone" kicks out some bongo frenzy and places a careful piano melody atop it, a strange and fascinating contrast. A tender and lovely album.


February 27, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
How it saddens me to see no comments under this entry. Very original piece of art from Mr. Fulton. I have heard nothing in this flavour originating from neither before nor after 2001. As in all good albums, all tracks are unique, but retain a common sound and flavour. I won't be getting into stylistic or sonoric qualities of this record any further. Also it might not astonish you upon the first listen, but it will grow in you if you allow it to. I hope my review will contribute to a wider popularity of this record. Get it from your usual source.