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Lucinda Williams
After two early albums, Ramblin' (1979) and Happy Woman Blues (1980), Lucinda's self titled release from Rough Trade (reissued by Koch in 1999 with bonus tracks) was considered her breakthrough. Lucinda Williams (1988) included some of her best-known classics including Change The Locks and Side Of The Road. Sweet Old World was released in 1992 to continued acclaim and six years later came Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, another classic, that was recieved with tremendous success and recognition. Essence (2001) follows the tradition of quality, while offering something new in its tone and production style. Recorded in Minneapolis with a band of seasoned veterans, Essence delivers honest tales and meditations of heartbreak and joy. Lucinda is pictured here at First Avenue in Minneapolis on July 17th 2001.

discography:
World Without Tears
Essence
Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Sweet Old World
Lucinda Williams
Happy Woman Blues
Ramblin'


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