Lo-Fi High Maintenance
'Who said nothing cool ever came out of Connecticut? Adam Lippman, who has had group/band efforts appear on a couple of indie-flick soundtracks, gets our attention immediately with vaguely catchy songs delived in an edgy, lo-fi framework. Not unlike Robyn Hitchcock or Joseph Arthur's trippy, experimental art-pop, Lippman's music (especially 'Maybe,' with it's luxuriant synth textures) shows him to be an artist who has the goods and should continue to develop his uniqueness.' -Music Connection Magazine. 3/12/01 'While taking a break from his main gig as the bassist for Supple, Lippman retreated to his home studio and produced this EP. The six songs here reveal a musician madly in love with music; they're well crafted and engrossing, with simple melodies and unaffected honesty. Even sad tracks like 'Maybe' feel good because the joy Lippman clearly gets from creating music shines through. Unadorned keyboards, thoughtful lyrics and understated guitar make up the pieces, but it is clear that Lippman's, and the listener's, greatest gratification comes in hearing them all together as a whole. -Splendid eZine, 7/30/01 CREDITS: All songs ©Copryight 2002 Adam Lippman All songs written, recorded and performed by Adam Lippman, except: Cello: Catherine Bent Drums: Andrew Griffiths, Adam Chasan, Brian Jones Backing vocals: Gabrielle Lippman, Emily Orrick Mellowtron: Rob McCulloch Recorded, Mixed and Produced by Adam Lippman Mastered by Rob McCulloch.