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1 review | 7 people love this record: be the 8th! Fat Cat seem to churn out new releases like there's no tomorrow and yet the quality control for the best part is consistently high. For their latest release Nina Nastasia has collaberated with Drummer Jim White (Dirty Three) and called their fun collag You Follow Me. His drums sound totally live, I suspect Steve Albini may be at the controls. They add a little more drama to proceedings. Although ... »

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You Follow Me by Nina Nastasia & Jim White
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7 people love this record. Be the 8th!
9/10 Ant Staff review, 24 May 2007
Fat Cat seem to churn out new releases like there's no tomorrow and yet the quality control for the best part is consistently high. For their latest release Nina Nastasia has collaberated with Drummer Jim White (Dirty Three) and called their fun collag You Follow Me. His drums sound totally live, I suspect Steve Albini may be at the controls. They add a little more drama to proceedings. Although her voice is pure drama in itself. She definitely stands out from the current female singer songwriter scene. I'd like to see her having a cat fight with Joanna Newsom. The lyrics are of that highly personal nature and her voice genuinely heartwarming. The percussion on 'The discussion' is off kilter but somehow just works. A fine example of how two very different musicains can work together in what sounds like a very natural pairing and compliment each other perfectly. (If you're after a wee comparison then think of a slightly less agitated Shannon Wright circa the Dyed In The Wool album.... it's those beefy drums you see! P x)

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