Therapy is a 1989 album by Loudon Wainwright III. It followed a three-year hiatus, during which Wainwright moved from England (where he had recorded his previous two albums) back to the USA. Compared with those two, Therapy was not well received, but outstanding tracks have subsequently appeared on live albums (. Thanksgiving" on Career Moves). All tracks composed by Loudon Wainwright III. "Therapy" – 4:24. Bill of Goods" – 3:20. Harry's Wall" – 5:22.
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Loudon Wainwright III (also known as Album I) is the debut album of Loudon Wainwright III. It was released on vinyl in 1970 on Atlantic Records. Like his second effort Album II, the album is a solo acoustic effort. Though his ironic sense of humour is evident, this is an altogether bleaker and more acerbic album ('Black Uncle Remus', 'Four Is A Magic Number', 'Glad To See You've Got Religion') than most of his 1970s work.
In 1970, Loudon Wainwright III (or Album 1, as it is also referred to) was a promising debut of a newly arrived songwriter, they all agreed. This kind of accolade earned him a spot at many a folk festival, but at the same time he would be criticized for not writing politically enough. Even to the amiable Wainwright, this must have seemed paradoxical for, like most beginning artists, he never asked to be called the new anything in the first place. Trying to make a comparison between him and any of his songwriting peers is pointless
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Loudon Wainwright III (1970) by Loudon Wainwright II. BPM Profile Loudon Wainwright III. Album starts at 88BPM, ends at 173BPM (+85), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Loudon Wainwright III. Haven't Got the Blues (Yet). Older Than My Old Man Now. 2012. 10 Songs for the New Depression.
Loudon Wainwright III is a character. His personality is definitely unique and uncanny, and this can clearly be conveyed through his songwriting. Wainwright is not ashamed to talk about his flaws, and his willingness to admit this in his lyrics allows him to present these topics in a sincere and humorous way. The first time I saw Loudon Wainwright III he was playing at a very small, intimate venue. I was just a teenager, and was the youngest person in the room, and the table I was sitting at was in the front row with a distinguished lawyer sitting there
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- Producer – Chaim Tannenbaum, Loudon Wainwright III
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- Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM
- Matrix / Runout: LW III A2 DAMONT