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Ricky Loves LuLu by Vic Dillahay

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Album Title: Music to Squeak By
Label: Curious Automata
Released: 2021
Duration: 00:34:50

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About the Album

Back in the 1990s, there was a bridge over I-25 by Erie, Colorado with these words graffitied on it. It was a landmark for years to those of us who lived north of Denver. One day, the railroad painted the bridge. The next weekend, "Ricky Still Loves LuLu" appeared, in the same handwriting as the old. That deserves a song.

Track Listing

Grin; Penguin Eddie; Laetitia's Lost Chords; Serva Jugum; Kiddo; Smolkin's Boogie; Half the Times I've Failed; Frickle Frackle; Somewhere East of Omaha; Ricky Loves Lulu

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Date featured

July 11, 2021

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