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David Malitz
RIP to the one-of-a-kind Stewart Lupton. A lyricist with few peers. One of the great, magnetic frontmen of his time. A true rock-and-roll star, whether the world recognized it or not. He made the world an exciting place.
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David Malitz 28 May 18
Replying to @malitzd
Those Jonathan Fire*Eater records - Tremble Under Boom Lights EP and Wolf Songs for Lambs LP - are still thrilling to listen to. A band so locked in on its sound, with Stewart's lyrics taking them to the next level. And they were always mesmerizing live.
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David Malitz 28 May 18
Replying to @malitzd
But I think Stewart's true masterpiece came a decade later - Cheekbone Hollows by the Child Ballads. Gloriously ragged, frayed around the edges, with his most vivid and memorable lyrics. It will be considered a classic someday
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David Malitz 29 May 18
Replying to @Chris__Richards
Great remembrance of Stewart by - amazing image of his living room, exactly how you'd imagine it
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Shauna Alexander 28 May 18
Replying to @malitzd
David, was the Fort Awesome show you wrote about in WaPo the one with Stewart? I can't remember... but I do remember 500 (or so) people cramming into our tiny rowhouse to see him! What a moment in time... ❤
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David Malitz 28 May 18
Replying to @sparkedheart
I don't think so...? Even at his messiest it was hard to take your eyes off him
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Beth B. 28 May 18
Replying to @malitzd
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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Beth B. 28 May 18
Replying to @malitzd
Fuck fuck fuck. This is devastating.
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alexshieh 28 May 18
Replying to @malitzd
Blasting the JFE LP into the street tonight
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