Wendy & Lisa Wendy and Lisa

Wendy and Lisa
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CD Details

  • Released: April 2, 2013
  • Label: Cherry Pop

Tracks:

  • 1.Honeymoon Express
  • 2.Sideshow
  • 3.Waterfall
  • 4.Stay
  • 5.White
  • 6.Blues Away
  • 7.Song About
  • 8.Chance To Grow
  • 9.The Life
  • 10.Everything But You
  • 11.Light
  • 12.Honeymoon Express [12" Version]
  • 13.Sideshow [Extended Version]
  • 14.Waterfall '89 [Alice & Sundial Seven]
  • 15.Waterfall [Psychedelic Teepee Twelve]

Product Description:

Personnel includes: Wendy Melvoin (vocals, guitar, organ, bass, drums, percussion, programming); Lisa Coleman (vocals, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, percussion); Tom Scott (soprano saxophone, lyricon); Jonathan (drums, congas, percussion); Carla (drums); Gary Coleman (congas); David (percussion).
Released in late 1987, Wendy and Lisa was the debut by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman after they left Prince's much loved band, the Revolution. Although Sign o' the Times was justifiably heralded as a masterpiece, Melvoin and Coleman both possessed an energy and prowess that some felt was missing from that effort and those that followed. Luckily, a good part of those charms show up on this album. The deceptively simple "Honeymoon Express" has a propulsive energy mixed with effortless and recondite vocals, especially on the chorus. Given the pair's work with Prince, it's no surprise that the best songs here are conflicted and thought-provoking. Melvoin's off-centered and oddly sensual vocals never fail to impress, as does Coleman's keyboard shading and composing. The insinuating "Everything but You" is one of the more true-to-life and honest love songs you're likely to hear. The best track, "Stay," is suitably dark and oddly reassuring, and made this an instant classic. Everything's not great here. "Chance to Grow" and the instrumental "White" both meander. Produced by Coleman, Melvoin, and Revolution drummer Bobby Z, Wendy and Lisa lasted well beyond its release date and is one fulfilling effort. ~ Jason Elias

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Product Info:

  • UPC: 5013929431980
  • Shipping Weight: 0.20/lbs (approx)
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