Lisa Loeb Discography 17
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The following is a detailed discography for American rock music singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb, including her work as Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories. Loeb has released a total of 15 studio albums, 1 compilation album, and 2 EPs. She has also released over 30 singles.
Grooves was a mid-1990s budget subscription that sent out 17-track CDs for $9.99(cassettes $7.99). It was aggressively targeted at promoting Alternative Rock to the young marriedadults who had become disillusioned with the music on the rock stations of the time (and there wereplenty of them out there). The letter with the direct-mail offering ($2.99 for the first volume) had thefollowing to say:"Remember when rock n' roll was the most important thing in the world? . . . Those were the days -before we had kids and careers, Little League, P.T.A., or 80-hour work weeks, we had a lot more timefor music. And we had radio stations that played one great song after another. Then what happened? Either we grew up, or they stopped making great rock n' roll. Now, you turn on the radio and it's eitherthe same old oldies played over and over . . . talk, talk, talk . . . or the same old classic rock cuts playedover and over. (I mean, do you ever need to hear Free Bird again?) . . . It's enough to make yougag . . . or even worse - give classical or country a listen."Geez, what did they really think? Were young adults ever so shallow that rock n' roll was themost important thing in the world? Was country music really worse than gagging? [no e-mails, please!]Anyone who had come through the eighties and liked the music was sure to be disoriented by the mid-nineties - music was changing, as it periodically does. So Time-Life had this great idea. Let's dosamplers of album tracks that would appeal to the young adults who had grown up with the eightiesmusic. (Lots of other labels were doing magazine-music things, either with CDs or with video.) Theproblem was, it didn't particularly resonate with the target audience. Like most CDs that have no hits onthem, subscribers didn't find them too exciting. After 14 volumes, a rather short run by Time-Lifestandards, Time-Life threw in the towel and shut it down.The liner notes for each volume folded out into a small magazine. Other than the 14 volumes in theseries, we know of no retail versions or additional special volumes issued. Original 1994 direct-mail sales material was aimed aggressively at young adults, or "the Grownup RockGeneration," who were disillusioned with the rock music on the radio. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an informationweb page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no associationwith Time-Life or Warner Bros. Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in thisdiscography (some of which are out of print), we suggest you contact Time-Life or see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow theinstructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2008 by Mike Callahan.
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