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Lulu Fall: Between Two Worlds

Read "Between Two Worlds" reviewed by Phillip Woolever

This enjoyable album is distinguished by Fall's multi-layered vocal inflections, which shine amidst myriad flourishes of afro-centric rhythms that reach well beyond typical dance tracks or pop tunes. With roots in Cameroon and Senegal, the well-established NYC singer-songwriter has worked at the apex of musical theatre, including roles in Passing Strange and the revival of Hair. Fall definitely understands many techniques of vocally “selling" a song and her compositional chops make for engaging, party playlist pieces. The way ...


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