The Flower Box

by Normandie Wilson

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    The Flower Box on CD with full liner notes. Released July 2010.

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about

Normandie Wilson's third solo release from 2010. A collection of songs recorded in the US and the UK, primarily in Normandie's new home of San Diego. The title was inspired by "Dave's Flower Box" on El Cajon Boulevard.

Press:

"Cute, catchy, sexy. These are three words I’d use to describe the music of Normandie Wilson, a painter/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist with a particular penchant for piano and smart pop lyrics... The album is terrific – a collection of pop songs washed between instrumental pieces that are interesting and perfect transitions between her fun songs and her more introspective ones. It’s a keeper that’s grown on me more and more with every listen."
ekko - Berkeley Place

"Fans of San Diego’s eccentric mariachi rockers Red Pony Clock have no doubt noticed Normandie Wilson, their fetching marimba player...It’s fitting that Wilson’s vocals soar like a bird over her swanky pop arrangements — she’s a member of the San Diego Audubon Society, and has dedicated herself to painting every single species of bird before she dies."
Chris Maroulakos - Owl & Bear

"I like to think of the L.A. neighborhood of Silverlake as the center of the indie pop world at this particular moment. I’m not sure if Ms. Wilson actually resides there, but her sound certainly fits in with the likes of Bird And The Bee and others of that ilk. Stripped down naïve fun pop for those who bow in reverence at the mention of Harry Nilsson."
Russel Forster - Pirate Cat Radio

"The confidence within the vocals is nearly unmatched today. The lyrics... at times evoke Cole Porter. The piano playing reminds me a bit of Elliott Smith and Schroeder from “The Peanuts”."
Christopher of Series Two Records - Even In The Future, Nothing Works

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released July 1, 2010

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