New York singer songwriter Lisa Loeb was the first artist ever to top the
US charts before even being signed by a label. Stay (1994)
steals the show also on Tails (Geffen, 1995), despite a few
catchy refrains (Waiting For Wednesday), some baroque arrangements
(It's Over, Hurricane)) and an occasional rock'n'roll romp
Firecracker (Geffen, 1997) is a bland album of bubblegum music
for carefree teenagers (I Do, Truthfully).
The notable exception is Falling In Love, an example of
Cake And Pie (A&M, 2002) is, de facto, a collaboration with her
boyfriend Dweezil Zappa.
The Way It Really Is (Zoe, 2004) is generic singer-songwriter fare,
so casual that it seems meant for internal consumption at a party of friends.
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