Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Sole known release, Venus Kissed the Moon ( 1989)
Sarah Cracknell, Linda Lewis
Own, with occasional covers.
See album comments, below.
Recommended first album:
Venus Kissed the Moon is her sole known recording
Venus Kissed the Moon (1989)
Wide on release
Not to be warned against, but not especially recommended either. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Loey Nelson—vocals, guitar
David Kershenbaum, Paul McKenna
For better or worse, Loey Nelson seems to be destined for the music industry's substantial population of one-album wonders. She wasn't a household word when I stumbled onto this album a few years ago, and she isn't now. The album, on the whole, is unsurprising in its apparent inability to make her so, though it does contain a few interesting bits of business.
Loey Nelson's "Momma's High Heels Got Caught in the Escalator" appears on the compilation Shrimp Whistles.
Thanks to Mitch Pravatiner for work on this entry.
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