A 15-song cycle that is neither quite twee nor blues, but something in between. Recorded in one batch over a long weekend with a small crew, this record is a focused artistic statement full of songs that are easy to play and fun to sing.

Side One:

  • Come Back From the Wilderness 
  • Don’t Think it Out
  • Give it Some Time
  • Chickens in the Morning
  • Bad Girls Club
  • Boogiepop (Don’t Stop!)
  • She’s So Bored
  • She’s a Motorcycle

Side Two:

  • Repeat Me
  • The Girl From the Album Cover
  • Duck in the Spotlight
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • I Didn’t Know You Were a Wizard
  • Lost in the Desert
  • Half a Cookie

Vinyl LP £9.99 POP!055

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Twee Blues by Colin Clary
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8/10 Mike 23 July 2014

Here's my second offering from Weepop this week - Colin Clary's 'Twee Blues'. Much like the other one I had to write about, this collection isn't as cloyingly twee as I'd feared (particularly since the word even features in the title) but instead is a collection of simple sentimental songs, deliberately written to be easy and fun to play.

It's a beautifully packaged LP, too, with an elegant sheaf of lyric cards which come complete with chord progressions in case you want to have a stab at playing the songs yourself. There are elements of both the twee and the blues but it's really just simple, thoughtful songwriting with a charming delivery, uncluttered arrangements and Clary's breathy and unobtrusive vocals hanging likeably over the top. Thoroughly pleasant.


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