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Lisa Anne Loeb (/loʊb/; born March 11, 1968) is an American singer-songwriter, producer, touring artist, actress, author, and philanthropist who started her career with the platinum-selling number 1 hit song, "Stay (I Missed You)" from the film Reality Bites, the first number 1 single for an artist without a recording contract. Her studio albums include two back-to-back albums that were certified Gold; these were Tails and the Grammy-nominated Firecracker.
In 2004, a decade after "Stay," she had signed to Rounder's Zoe subsidiary, a better fit for her warm, low-key folk-pop and ballads, as The Way It Really Is, her first album for the label, proves. Quite simply, it's the best, most cohesive record she's made, a clean, crisp collection of well-crafted, gentle tunes that slowly, surely work into the subconscious. Loeb co-produced the album Dweezil Zappa, and they never overdress the songs, nor do they rely on Spartan, all-acoustic arrangements; they let the music breathe, sometimes adding layers of guitars and keyboards,.
The Way It Really Is was released August 2004 as Loeb's fifth studio-recorded album, based on the song "The Way It Really I. Although the album was not as commercially successful as its predecessors, critics who noted on the mature and strong writing by Loeb. Stephen Erlewine called it "the best, most cohesive record she's made, a clean, crisp collection of well-crafted, gentle tunes that slowly, surely work into the subconscious. Main article: Purple Tape.
The Way It Really Is. Lisa Loeb. In 1994 when Lisa Loeb’s breakout song, Stay (I Missed You), landed at No. 1 on the charts it was a remarkable and unparalleled feat for an unsigned artist. Though perhaps not a surprising one for the recent Brown grad, the girl with the cat-eye glasses, who at the time was already making her mark in New York’s burgeoning singer-songwriter scene.
Lisa Loeb is a singer-songwriter, producer, touring artist, author and philanthropist who started her career with th. .This is the second webisode of The Making Of Lisa Loeb's album titled Camp Lisa, which was released in 2008. 28 June at 10:00 ·. with Sheryl Crow!
Lisa Loeb broke through on Billboard's charts in unique fashion: her debut hit "Stay (I Missed You)" topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks in August 1994 while she was still an unsigned artist, making her the first such act ever to lead the list. Much in the same way songs are used as themes for films, a song can broaden a reader's experience," Loeb says. The singer-songwriter notes that she was inspired by the novel's lead character, as the song serves as a message for "any person who is overcoming challenges and looking for their inner strength. Listen to Loeb's "Love Never Dies" below.
Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories began to gig around the Midwest, playing at Austin's South by Southwest seminar in the process. Loeb then hooked up with producer Juan Patiño, and in early 1992 released the cassette-only Purple Acoustic Tape, which she sold at her band's shows. Several major labels showed interest in Loeb's pop/rock songcraft, but she remained unsigned by late 1993, when her friend Ethan Hawke asked her to contribute a song for his next movie. Hawke passed along a copy of "Stay" to his director, Ben Stiller, who inserted it onto the soundtrack for Reality. Although it didn't include the single of the same name, The Way It Really Is was the title of Loeb's follow-up album in 2004, her first for the Zoe label. Meanwhile, the television show Dweezil & Lisa premiered on The Food Network in January of the same year.
Lullaby Girl" features dreamy, intimate, sometimes melancholic, and sometimes whimsical arrangements of classic songs, as well as two original songs. 2018 GRAMMY winning Best Children's Album, "Feel What U Feel" is Lisa's record of mostly original songs featuring guest artists Craig Robinson, Ed Helms and others
Lisa Anne Loeb (born March 11, 1968) is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She launched her career in 1994 with the song, "Stay (I Missed You)" Loeb's efforts now include music, film, television, voice-over work and children’s recordings. The Way It Really Is was released August 2004 as Loeb's fifth studio-recorded album. The year 2008 proved a productive year for Loeb, as she released the long-awaited Purple Tape album remixed and remastered on a double CD, with an in-depth interview by Andy Denemark, highlighting the creative process for each song to accompany extensive liner notes and photos documenting Lisa’s early history in NYC through Lisa’s own Furious Rose Productions, sixteen years.
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Drums – Joe TraversProducer, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Recorded By, Engineer – Dave Bassett
|2||I Control The Sun
Drums, Percussion, Keyboards, Recorded By [Additional] – Chad FischerProducer, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Recorded By, Engineer, Percussion – Dave Bassett
Producer, Piano – Chad Fischer
|4||Fools Like Me
Harmony Vocals – Shelly PeikenKeyboards – Jamie MuhoberacMixed By, Recorded By – Jeff RothschildProducer, Mixed By, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Harmony Vocals – John ShanksRecorded By – James Murray, Lars Fox, Mark Valentine
Arranged By [Vocals], Producer [Vocals] – Lindy RobbinsEngineer – Brant BilesEngineer [Assistant] – Neil CouserGrand Piano – Michael SherwoodRecorded By [Additional] – Kevin Harp
Arranged By [Vocals], Producer [Vocals] – Lindy RobbinsDrums – Ronny CrawfordEngineer – Chris FudurichRecorded By [Additional] – Kevin Harp
|7||Would You Wander
Backing Vocals – Emily SaliersBacking Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Engineer – Maia Sharp
Drums – Matt LaugEngineer – Chris FudurichProducer, Guitar, Keyboards, Programmed By – Jimmy Harry
Piano – Larry GoldingsProducer, Cello [Fake] – Chad Fischer
Recorded By, Engineer – Philip Loeb
|11||Now I Understand
Drums, Percussion – Ronny CrawfordElectric Piano [Wurlitzer], Harmony Vocals, Electric Guitar – Jason FalknerMixed By [Assistant] – David BoucherProducer, Engineer – Dweezil Zappa
- Record Company – Furious Rose Productions, Inc.
- Licensed Through – Rounder Records Group
- Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
- Bass – Mark Meadows (tracks: 1, 2, 6, 8, 11)
- Electric Guitar – Dweezil Zappa (tracks: 2, 6, 11)
- Engineer – Chad Fischer (tracks: 3, 7, 9)
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By – Bob Clearmountain (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 11)
- Mixed By [Assistant] – Kevin Harp (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 10)
- Producer – Lisa Loeb (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 11)
|Zoë CD 01143-1070-2, 01143-1070-2||Lisa Loeb||The Way It Really Is (CD, Album)||Zoë Records, Rounder Europe||Zoë CD 01143-1070-2, 01143-1070-2||Europe||2004|
|VICP 62810||Lisa Loeb||The Way It Really Is (CD, Album)||Victor||VICP 62810||Japan||2004|
|Zoë 01143-10702A, Zoë 01143-1070-2A||Lisa Loeb||The Way It Really Is (Advance CD) (CD, Album, Promo)||Zoë Records, Zoë Records||Zoë 01143-10702A, Zoë 01143-1070-2A||US||2004|