Brooke Fraser – Without You – Updated

Day four of the tune a day for New Zealand Music Month challenge and if the description on Brooke Fraser‘s website is to be believed, her songs are aural sweet treats:

She makes the kind of music that sounds like a pop marshmallow has dropped into a folk hot chocolate and become a warm, spicy chocolatey broth.

Here she is singing Without You:

UPDATE:

Keeping Stock has Wayne Mason and Don McGlashan with Nature

Inquiring Mind brings us The Camel by Fat Freddys Drop

And Rob caught up yesterday with Pretty Girl by Hogsnort Rupert (my father’s favourite – my brothers and I bought him one of those wee round black things – were they called 45s? – of it for a birthday).

And Rob’s offering for today is from the same era – If I Only Had Time  by John Rowles.

One Response to Brooke Fraser – Without You – Updated

  1. Inventory2 says:

    Good choice Ele – Brooke Fraser has real star quality, yet she is the most grounded young woman you could ever want to meet. Some of the songs on her debut album were written in her mid-teens, and yet have an incredible maturity to them. She’ll feature on Keeping Stock later in the month with a really cool video we’ve found.

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