Annique | Lady Wonder

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Lady Wonder

by Annique

LADY WONDER combines Chopin-esque waltz’ with ‘60s pop and cinematic, nostalgic landscapes - once again embracing an eclectic range of instruments and sounds from ukulele and accordion, to the reception desk bell.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Push It Away
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2. My Dreams
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3. Puzzles
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4. One Last Goodbye
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5. Endless
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6. Waiting in the Making
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7. Waiting
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8. Find That in Between
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9. Hector Salamanca
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10. Nil by Mouth
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11. Just a Moment
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12. Ukulele
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13. Lady Wonder
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14. Somewhere in My Heart
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
LADY WONDER, the beautifully crafted and insightful second album by Annique, deliberately dazzles like a melodic kaleidoscope. Hypnotic songs ripple with musical exploration, and expertly drawn into focus told through a lyrical prism of experience and human emotion.
From the natural energy of ‘Push It Away’ to the honest humour that burns in Hector Salamanca, LADY WONDER retells the ephemeral moments that we have all at some time lived, while the eclectic array of melodies and rhythms skilfully illuminate each track and mood.

Staring directly at the Sun will blind you, which is why LADY WONDER is the closest you should get.




"Annique proves herself a sharp eyed lyricist with a tender, seductive voice, igniting a raft of deep-toned torch songs from modern-day London with her mix of soulfulness, eclectic jazz and world influences, and the cinematic soundscapes of collaborator Koby Israelite."
-Tim Cummings (Writer for The Guardian )

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