Mary Rene Quarles | Petticoat

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by Mary Rene Quarles

A sentimental, quirky throwback to a post World War II, Norman Rockwell era about a girl, a crush, the upcoming “social” and a Petticoat.
Genre: Pop: Sunshine Pop
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14 year old Mary Rene Quarles inhabits the character in the song "Petticoat" with her authentic vocal delivery. "Petticoat" is a quirky throw back to a post World War II, Norman Rockwell era. The story takes place in small town America back in the day of Woolworths, Petticoats and going to "the Social".

Petticoat is written by Rex Fowler of Aztec Two-Step and songwriter/producer Jayne Olderman who are also members of the cheeky, cheesy duo "Pop Trash". "Petticoat" was part of the Pop Trash catalog, but, since it is meant to be sung by a little girl, Rex and Jayne knew that this was a song tailor-made for one very special girl: Mary Rene Quarles.

The album cover is inspired by Norman Rockwell's iconic painting "Girl At The Mirror" which so meaningfully captured that age of innocence embodied in the song "Petticoat".

written by Rex Fowler & Jayne Olderman
All instruments performed & music produced by Jayne Olderman
Vocal production: Dana Rice
Background vocals: Mary Rene Quarles & Dana Rice
Photography & cover design by Jayne Olderman
with valuable assistance from Robin Hance Quarles & Mary Rene

Mastering: Rodney Mills Masterhouse

© 1988 ℗ 2017 Rex Fowler & Jayne Olderman



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Mary Rene's bright vocals bring out the simple beauty of this lovely song! The story line and Mary Rene's voice work so well together that not only do you get the wonderfulness of the music, but you also get visuals of what's happening in the song just from hearing it. By the end of the song you're inside the story begging the dad for the petticoat right along with Mary Rene because well, it's just so lovely!