Chart Attack's extensive profile of the Lewis mystery turned up the from-the-horse's-mouth revelation that since the recording of L'Amour, the Canadian singer's chilly, singular debut record, the uncovered artist had written "50 or 60" more albums. Some were recorded between 1998 and 2002 at a studio in Vancouver called Fiasco Brothers, which is now selling a record called Love Ain't No Mystery, recorded by Lewis under the alias Randy Duke (he claimed to be the son of eccentric tobacco heiress Doris Duke.) A digital copy can be yours for $10. No word on whether Lewis sees any of the profits.
Light In The Attic Records handled the reissues of L'Amour and Lewis's second album Romantic Times, and since discovering Lewis earlier this month in Canada, have said they won't repress CDs and vinyl of the records. But it looks like Fiasco Brothers have four years worth of albums, and if you have no qualms about buying it, they've got the product.
The previously unveiled "Heartbreak" can be heard below, along with "It's a Frail Thing," taken from a different unreleased album.