Another Lost Lewis Album, ‘Love Ain’t No Mystery,’ Unearthed
Although the mysterious synth-folk artist once known as Lewis has made it abundantly clear he wants little to do with the music industry, the music industry seems increasingly interested in him.
Lewis, whose real name is Randall Wulff, released two albums in the early ’80s — ‘L’amour’ in 1983 and ‘Romantic Times’ in 1985 — which were recently unearthed and turned into critical favorites three decades later. After Seattle’s Light in the Attic Records reissued the albums, label reps tracked down Wulff living the simple life in Canada following 30 years of self-imposed professional exile.
Now another of his albums has been discovered: ‘Love Ain’t No Mystery’ recorded under the alias ‘Randy Duke’ in the early 2000s.
Although Wulff said he wasn’t interested in his newfound fame and refused to accept any royalties from his reissues, some of the songs from ‘Love Ain’t No Mystery’ have made their way online. Check out two below.