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Lucy Wainwright Roche — There’s a Last Time for Everything (2013)

 Lucy Wainwright Roche — There’s a Last Time for Everything (2013)

Lucy Wainwright Roche — There’s a Last Time for Everything
Π   Singer/songwriter and daughter of Loudon Wainwright III and Suzzy Roche of the Roches, and half sister of Rufus and Martha Wainwright.
Born: 1981 in New York, NY [Greenwich Village]  USA Flag
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Album release: October 15, 2013
Record Label: maeby music
Duration:     41:12
01 The Year Will End Again     3:37
02 See and Hide (feat. Colin Meloy)     4:11
03 Last Time     2:59
04 Monte Rosa Range     2:34
05 Look Busy     3:53
06 Canturbury Song     3:23
07 Call Your Girlfirend     4:31
08 A Quiet Line (feat. Mary Chapin Carpenter)     3:36
09 The Same     3:24
10 Take What You're Given     3:39
11 Under the Gun     5:25

Π Klas Åhlund  Composer
Π Billy Bimblecorn  Choir/Chorus, Drums, Vocals
Π Nate Borofsky  Choir/Chorus, Engineer
Π Greg Calbi  Mastering
Π Mary Chapin Carpenter  Vocals
Π Don Chaffer  Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Π Amelia Coffaro  Cover Photo
Π Michael Connolly  Engineer
Π Emily DeLoach  Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Π Eleanore Denig  Violin
Π Chris Donohue  Bass, Double Bass, Engineer
Π Susan Enan  Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Π Jordan Brooke Hamlin  Banjo, Bass, Bells, Choir/Chorus, Clarinet, Composer, Drum Programming, Drums, Drums (Bass), French Horn, Glasses, Graphic Design, Guitar (12 String Acoustic), Guitar (12 String Electric), Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Baritone), Guitar (Classical), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Tenor), Hammer Dulcimer, Hi String Guitar, Organ, Percussion, Photography, Piano, Pizzicato, Producer, Programming, Resonator, Trumpet, Vibraphone, Vocals, Wurlitzer
Π Robby Hecht  Vocals
Π Kenny Hutson  Guitar
Π Jeff Irwin  Bass
Π John Jennings  Engineer
Π Lili Jones  Choir/Chorus, Drums
Π Alexander Kronlund  Composer
Π Greg Laffollette  Engineer, Shaker, Whistle
Π Stewart Lerman  Engineer, Mixing
Π Justin March  Engineer
Π Sandra McCracken  Piano, Vocals (Background)
Π Colin Meloy  Vocals
Π Allison Miller  Drums, Metal Bar
Π Joshua Moore  Mixing
Π Doris Muramatsu  Choir/Chorus
Π Michaela Powell  Photography
Π Lucy Wainwright Roche  Choir/Chorus, Composer, Graphic Design, Guitar (Acoustic), Percussion, Piano, Producer, Vocals
Π Heidi Ross  Inside Photo
Π Annie Williams  Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Review by Thom JurekScore: ***
There’s a Last Time for Everything is Lucy Wainwright Roche‘s follow-up to 2010′s Lucy. Recorded in Nashville with co-producer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter Jordan Brooke Hamlin, ten of these 11 tracks are originals. As a set, the vibe here is dreamy, intimate, the songs often confessional. But it’s not shrouded in mope.
“Seek and Hide”‘s lyric is a sad look at lost love, but drifting organs, a glockenspiel, rolling reverbed snare, sparse strings, and a tight little vocal hook — with great backing from the Decemberists’ Colin Meloy — transform that heartbreak into elegant pop. Conversely, the skeletal cover of Robyn’s dance hit “Call Your Girlfriend” poetically exhorts a lover to make the break with his paramour in her favor. Accompanied only by an acoustic guitar and a chorus of backing vocalists until some snail-paced percussion echoes in the backdrop, its arrangement is the polar opposite of the original, but feels right at home in this singer’s parlance. And in that way, it could be heard as the song’s protagonist singing to herself in a mirror. Mary Chapin Carpenter duets on the heartworn waltz “A Quiet Line,” adorned by plucked cello, guitars, and a brushed snare. Set closer “Under the Gun” feels like it’s being sung from inside the frame of a sepia-tinted photograph, complete with a lonely clarinet creeping in from the edges to underscore its nostalgic sadness. Through its quiet, tender song settings, There’s a Last Time for Everything reveals that Wainwright Roche’s confidence as a writer, arranger, and producer has grown far beyond what her debut suggested.
Artist Biography by James Christopher Monger
Singer/songwriter Lucy Wainwright Roche, daughter of Loudon Wainwright III and Suzzy Roche (The Roches) and half-sister of Rufus and Martha Wainwright, was born and raised in New York City. Wainwright Roche spent her formative years traveling with and amongst her large musical family. After high school, she attended Oberlin College in Ohio, earned a Master’s degree in education at Bank Street College of Education in Manhattan, and eventually began teaching second and third grade. In 2005 and 2006, she joined brother Rufus on tour to sing backup, and by 2007 had ditched the classroom for good and released an eight song, debut CD. Tours followed with the likes of Dar Williams, Neko Case, and Amos Lee, and critics began mentioning her in the same breath as Joni Mitchell and Patty Griffin. Wainwright Roche’s first, full-length recording, Lucy, arrived in 2010.

 © Mary Chapin Carpenter / Photo credit: Russ Harrington
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Born: February 21, 1958 in Princeton, NJ
Singer-songwriter mixed pop country tempo and timing with coffeehouse folk introspection to please both critics and fan.                                                                                                            Lucy Wainwright Roche website: http://lucywainwrightroche.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lucywroche
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/artist/Lucy_Wainwright_Roche?feature=watch_video_title
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