Loudon Wainwright III: Album III
Bud Scoppa, Creem, January 1973
IT'S IMPOSSIBLE to forget the sight of Loudon Wainwright singing: head turned upward and wobbling loosely on his hunched shoulders, his face contorted in response to what appears to be some unbearable inner torment, his voice quaking and wreaking with vulnerability.
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