Another Lewis Album Surfaces, Recorded Under His Randy Duke Alias

Andrew Parks

By Andrew Parks

on 08.27.14 in News

Earlier this month, Light in the Attic lifted the veil off Lewis by finding the long-lost singer in the most innocuous of places: a Canadian cafe. Known by the name Randall Wulff among friends and family, he was unaware of the well-received reissues (L’Amour, Romantic Times) Light in the Attic released recently and not really interested in revisiting the past.

“I’m not looking back,” he said. “I’m doing stuff now that’s taken me 40, 50 years to write. I’m not looking into coin. I’m not looking into anything. I’m just strumming my guitar. I just wish you guys all the best in the world.”

As we patiently await those 40-year-old songs, yet another Lewis-related LP has surfaced through Fiasco Bros. Recording Studios. Credited to Wulff’s other alias, Randy Duke, Love Ain’t No Mystery was wrapped in the early ’00s and confirmed by Pitchfork. Stream two of its spare, soul-stomping songs below…


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