World Without Tears

World Without Tears

by Lucinda Williams


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Release Date: 04/08/2003
Label: Lost Highway
UPC: 0008817035529
catalogNumber: 170355
Rank: 29640

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World Without Tears 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wow, an actual singer-songwriter who is writing and singing great music....she calls to mind such pioneers as Ani DiFranco and Joan Armatrading. Lucinda Williams has an extraordinary gift for emotionally eloquent lyrics, accompanied by music and melody nothing short of amazing. I listened to this CD over and over, and with each trip through the speakers, the songs became more and more beautiful. This is a crossover triumph for Lucinda Williams.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For years my friend the music reporter has told me to listen to Lucinda Williams, daughter of the University of Arkansas professor, linguist, and poet, Miller Williams. He was right!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hello, old friends. This one is hot off the press and it sizzles like a sausage in a frying pan! It's got a real honky tonk edge to it and I think you're gonna love it! Hold your loved one close and slow dance to the two-stepper entitled "Skidmarks in the Comode (This Morning)". You're gonna choke on that microwave burrito when you hear the rip-roaring track, "Longlegged Sally is a no-necked Prostitute". She's got an allstar cast of musicians working for her on this album, including the slight-of-hand drummer Mick O'McMickermick and the six-fingered guitarist Larry Rawlson. We've already heard the success of some of these tracks, one of them, entitled "Barfin' off the back porch with my old pal, Pinto" was featured on the TV show, "Alias", a couple weeks ago. I'll let you be the judge of whether or not to buy it, but I think that if you're a true Lucinda fan and you've enjoyed her past work, you'll be pleased with this new release.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago