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Angie Palmer

Angie Palmer




Meanwhile As Night Falls - 2008
Tales of Light and Darkness - 2006
Roads - 2005
Romantica Obscura - 2004
A Certain Kind Of Distance - Album discontinued


Preston, UK


Agent UK: Allie Fox
4 Thornfield Terrace, Selkirk, Scottish Borders TD7 4DU
Tel: 01750 720538
Fax: 01750 725006
Mob: 07890 103844

afox@vixenrecords.com http://www.foxy-music.co.uk

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"One of Britain's greatest Singer-Songwriters...
Bob Harris BBCR2

Fairytales, folk stories, enchanted forests and fiery lakes - so far so promising, as Angie Palmer's latest perfectly crafted offering gets a proper release in the January lull.
'Meanwhile' is further proof that what 'the British Lucinda Williams' lacks in Americana credentials (she's from Preston), she makes up for with a dues-paying busking-in-Paris past. "The mind has monster great and small / Just waiting for the night to fall" she sings on 'Slip Away From Me';. Palmer's night should fall more often.
Pick of the album: The spooky and epic 'Weeping Wood'
Simmy Richman: Sunday, 11 January 2009 (The Independent on Sunday)

"atmospheric country-folk-rock... worth turning the lights down low for" - The Sun

"Strong on haunting lyrics and atmospherics" - Rock'n'Reel

"Has a delicious hair-in-the-voice approach that gives her a tough edge over more fey contemporaries... impressive" - Rob Hughes (Uncut magazine)

"Rare in this world of introspective songwriters Palmer has a truly narrative style at times recalling Dylan and consummately literate... utterly convincing." - Acoustic Magazine

"A gorgeous, thrusting chunk of guitar strewn Americana that sounds as though it has been torn from the Best of Dylan songbook." - MoJo

"Striking fourth release from Preston based songstress... the music flows beautifully, at times recalling the soundscapes of Joni Mitchell's Hejira or Van Morrison's Veedon Fleece." - Americana UK

"'Tales of Light & Darkness' is a superb album with quality at every turn... very highly recommended." - Fish Records

Last updated 23-06-2012

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