Lucinda Williams - Lu's Jukebox Vol. 2: Southern Soul: From Memphis To Muscle Shoals | RECORD STORE DAY

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Lu's Jukebox Vol. 2: Southern Soul: From Memphis To Muscle Shoals
Artist: Lucinda Williams
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 07/09/2021
UPC: 787790336952

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1. The Games People Play
2. You'll Lose A Good Thing
3. Ode To Billy Joe
4. I Can't Stand The Rain
5. Misty Blue
6. Main Street Mission
7. You Don't Miss Your Water
8. It Tears Me Up
9. Rainy Night In Georgia
10. Take Me To The River
11. Still Long For Your Kiss

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Lu's Jukebox is a six-volume series of mostly full-band performances recorded live at Ray Kennedy's Room & Board Studio in Nashville, TN. Each volume features a themed set of songs by other artists curated by the multi-Grammy award winner, Lucinda Williams. The series aired as ticketed shows through Mandolin in late 2020 with a portion of ticket sales benefitting independent music venues struggling to get through the pandemic.
Like thousands of artists, Williams cut her teeth and developed her craft by playing in small, medium, and large clubs throughout the country, and the world. These venues are vital to the development of artists and their music. Williams has never forgotten her roots, and often performs special shows in some of her favorite halls.
This year, the Lu's Jukebox Series will be made widely available on Vinyl and CD. Volume 1, Running Down A Dream: A Tribute to Tom Petty, was released on April 16, 2021, and featured songs from the namesake's celebrated career.
Lu's Jukebox Vol. 2 - Southern Soul: From Memphis To Muscle Shoals will be released on July 9, 2021, and features a collection of classics from Ann Peebles to Al Green to Otis Redding and more.