NORMANDIE WILSON-The Flower Box

Cute, catchy, sexy.  These are three words I’d use to describe the music of West Virginia’s Normandie Wilson, a painter/songrwiter/multi-instrumentalist with a particular penchant for piano and smart pop lyrics.  They’re also three words I’d use to describe Petty Booka, but the difference is that where the Booka sisters rely heavily on charm, Wilson shows versatility.  Her web site says little–and I only found it by poking around.  All I know about her is that she submitted a home-burned CD, a handwritten note, and a picture of a stick dude on a surfboard.  The album is terrific–a collection of pop songs washed between instrumental pieces that are interesting and perfect transitions between her fun songs and her more introspective ones.  I’m offering one of each as a taste of this great album. It’s is a keeper that’s grown on me more and more with every listen.

Her album is out in July on The Whatever Project label.

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Let This Space Live Free From What You Were About to Say

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Singin’ In The Rain (Gene Kelly cover)
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  1. Lynne
    June 8, 2010

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