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Lucinda WilliamsLucinda Williams

Label:Rough Trade – ROUGH US 47
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Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Folk Rock, Country, Country Rock

Tracklist

A1I Just Wanted To See You So Bad2:25
A2The Night's Too Long4:15
A3Abandoned3:45
A4Big Red Sun Blues3:27
A5Like A Rose2:37
A6Changed The Locks3:39
B1Passionate Kisses2:35
B2Am I Too Blue2:55
B3Crescent City3:01
B4Side Of The Road3:27
B5Price To Pay2:46
B6I Asked For Water (He Gave Me Gasoline)
Written-ByChester Burnett
3:43
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Notes

Includes lyrics insert

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 2313-80047-1 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): ROUGH US-47-A G-1 26426(3)... MASTERED BY CAPITOL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): ROUGH US-47-B G-1 26427(3)... MASTERED BY CAPITOL

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Lucinda Williams (LP, Album)Rough Trade, Rough TradeL 30061, ROUGH 130Australia & New Zealand1988
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Lucinda Williams (CD, Album)Rough TradeROUGH US 47CDUS1988
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Lucinda Williams (Cassette, Album)Rough TradeRough US 47CUS1988
Lucinda Williams (CD, Album)Rough TradeD 30061Australia & New Zealand1988
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Lucinda Williams (Cassette, Album)Rough TradeROUGHC 130Sweden1988

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  • psatmusicnonstop's avatar
    Edited 3 months ago
    On my copy the vinyl is transparent. Is anyone else's copy the same?
    • Lee_Armstrong's avatar
      Lee_Armstrong
      “Lucinda Williams” was released in 1988. The set kicks off with the killer-catchy two-minute rocker “I Just Wanted to See You So Bad,” “I drove my car in the middle of the night; I just wanted to see you so bad.” Rodney Crowell & Emmylou Harris recently covered it. Track 2, “The Night’s Too Long,” tells a powerful story of romantic desire with Lucinda’s voice aching, “Sylvia was workin’ as a waitress in Beaumont; She said, ‘I’m movin’ away; I’m gonna get what I want; I’m tired of these small town boys, they don’t move fast enough; I’m gonna find me one who wears a leather jacket and likes his livin’ rough.” “Passionate Kisses” is another great rocker, “Shouldn’t I have all of this and passionate kisses from you?” The album defies genre, combining rock, country, blues and Cajun. “Crescent City” brims with melody and Louisiana memory, “Tu le ton son temps, that’s what we’d say; We used to dance the night away, me and my brother, me and my sister, we used to walk down by the river.” Gorgeous tune. Enjoy!

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