On Larissa Lam’s live album, “Thankful to be Live,” an unofficial follow up to her debut album, “on the Way up,” Lam captures the energy that she brings to live audiences. Some consider this a daring move in a music business accustomed to slick, over polished studio albums.
Lam considers this “an album that goes back to basics, where the musicians, the melody and the vocals take center stage instead of production bells and whistles.” With a chuckle, she adds, “Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I’m saving ‘bells and whistles’ for my next album.”
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