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10 Weezy Pieces

by Kid Wezel

Bluesy jazz along with a little bit of Country, and gentle folk for fans of Janis Joplin, Joni Mitchell and Gordon Lightfoot.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dangerous Waters
Nonie Crete
4:18 $0.99
2. You Are a Deceiver
Nonie Crete
4:03 $0.99
3. Hello Stranger
Nonie Crete
4:03 $0.99
4. Pointless Conversation
Nonie Crete
3:39 $0.99
5. Cry, Cry, Cry
Kid Wezel
2:33 $0.99
6. Mornings
Nonie Crete
3:01 $0.99
7. Reality Hasn't Set In
Kid Wezel
3:25 $0.99
8. Take It Easy
Kid Wezel
2:42 $0.99
9. Lay the Blame - Accoustic
Kid Wezel
2:11 $0.99
10. Lay the Blame - Techno Remix By Sawjaw
Kid Wezel and SawJaw
6:05 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Kid Wezel is the stage name used by Louise Peacock. A Canadian singer/songwriter based in Toronto, Ontario, she writes a wide variety of styles which include Blues, Jazz, Pop, Folk, and Country. She was born in England, brought up in England, Belgium, South Africa and Portugal. She later returned to England, where she stayed for 2 years, then became a landed immigrant to Canada. She suffers from Manic Depressive disease, which does not slow her down one bit - she usually is most creative during her depressive swings.

Industry Related Experience
Has run a successful small music promotions, publicity and web design business since 1996. Has an excellent industry network in place, which provides her with the knowledge and ability to market and promote her own music.

Kid Wezel has always been a lover of all types of music. She was brought up in Portugal with their folk music which is the Fado.

Notes about 10 Weezy Pieces:
Tracks 1,2,3,4 and 6 feature Nonie Crete on vocals. This gal has a stunning voice and does a great job on these tracks.
All the other tracks feature Kid herself on vocals.
The wonderful Sax player is Patricia Wheeler and the Piano player is Ron Davis.
Stand-up bass player Alfred Gertler is featured on tracks 5 through 9.
Track 10 is a remix of Track 9 by friend and colleague, SawJaw.



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"Canadian Studmuffin"

"This song is very, very good"
Canadian Studmuffin from Vancouver, ON, 1/11/2002, 11:13:04 PM

talking about the song Hello Stranger......
"Really nice, with excellent vocals. Folk music isn't my "cup of tea" but I certainly respect it and this song is very, very good."


Enticed and Captivated....
K-9 from Roseville, CA, 8/18/2002 5:04:44 PM
Remarks about the song Take It Easy...

I just wandered here by accident...
but like Ulysses, I was enticed/icaptivated by the Sirens song...hypnotic!!! Great hat's off to your bass and soprano players...I was transported!!! I'll
have to check out some of your other posts. Thank you for sharing your talent!!!


So smooth and cool....
Goxnadly from valencia, CA, 8/16/2002 11:18:35 AM
Comments on CryCryCry

So smooth and cool. I like the vocals and the
lounge feel. I think the piano is totally off the hook as is the added sax. I think
Louise has a great voice, really cool style. It is like what I think you would hear in a
classy bar where elegant people sit and smoke and sip martinis. The good life. Rich
and full music. I don't think you much need to add drums unless you keep them soft
and understated, maybe a little brush on cymbal. Very nice track, enjoyed it

ERic Remington

Wack0music from Niles, MI, 1/14/2002 9:31:01 PM

Commenting on "Lay The Blame"

Catchy. It has a vintage sound to it. Like a 70s song. Very good voice too. Keep
me posted. Thanks! Eric Remington


What a voice....
J. Slick from Cumberland, RI, 12/26/2001 6:12:25 PM

Commenting on You Are a Deceiver

Nonie has a great jazz voice and the whole tune is a kicker. Great touch of
chromatic harp(or something sounding like it), something we NEVER hear
anymore. I'm a total FAN, man.!

Peace, Slick

Mary LaFitte

I like what I'm hearing.......
This girl can write songs!

I first heard her material in Toronto, at a jazz festival 2 years ago. I like the versatility of her material. I got a copy of this CD and was very pleased with the variety.

The full production on the first four cuts is great, but then they go to a more minimal approach on songs like Take It Easy.

I never got bored with listening.

Her live performances are wild - she changes outfits three or four times during a set, and does it right on stage ...she connects really well with her audience and has an easy, lowstress singing approach.

I always try to get out to hear her, if I'm in town when she's performing.

I can't wait to get Kid's new CD when it comes out..

Mary LaFitte, Ottawa