Lulu Mae | Everything in the Whole Wide World

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Everything in the Whole Wide World

by Lulu Mae

This up-and-coming Nashville band has stories to tell, and does so with make-you-think lyrics and feel-good rock and roll. Definitely worth your while.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Lonesome, That's All
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2. William Henry
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3. South Carolina
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4. Anna Susannah
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5. Asleep behind the Wheel
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6. C'mon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is the debut album from Nashville's own Lulu Mae, featuring six songs that show the band's range of sounds and musicality. The band's roots go back to college days, when lead singer Joel Finley and musician extraordinaire Adam Smith met, and occasionally played music together. Several years later, Joel's wife, Sarah Finley, and a friend, Jon Todryk, joined musical forces with Joel and Adam to produce "Everything in the Whole Wide World." Epic? We think so. With musical inspiration from Johnny Cash, Iron & Wine, and Sufjan Stevens, these fast-friends bring you an album that promises to be only the beginning of something big. Take a listen.


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Lee Armstrong

Stunning
Lulu Mae's EP "Everything in the Whole Wide World" is a lovely disc. The opener "Lonesome, That's All" centers on Joel Finley's expressive vocals on a haunting melody, "Jacob, when you fight, keep your head above the water; Grab him by his collar and say he ain't going nowhere; Ah Jacob, what you do, you got a man living inside of you; You got to shake him from his cage and get him out into the light." "William Henry" is another strong tune where the lyrics purposefully seem like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole with Joel again handling the vocals, "Anna, please don't hurt yourself; You've got everything in the whole wide world; You know I love you, my pretty daughter, how I love you." "He left his home in Georgia for a pawn shop in Tennessee with a suitcase of magazines to sell; She said I know you've got a few things that you've been dying to be rid of, a pair of boots, your mother's pearls & me," opens the aching ballad "Asleep Behind the Wheel" that Joel vocally wails, as haunting as it is stunning. The set concludes with the homey "C'mon." This is a great little disc that leaves you wanting more. Enjoy!