The following kind words from reviewer Darren Thornberry:
Norman Lamont dazzles with Ms. Fi on percussion, BGVs and bass. His songs wink mournfully, pregnant with irony, and Norman sounds a bit like Mark Lanegan but with a better voice. Tonight he’s playing songs from his new album, “Roadblock,” and the barnburner is “When I Came Home From Egypt.”
This song is badass. Norman is a very engaging singer whose knowing lyrics definitely punch a hole. If this review seems particularly rosy, then you’re getting my point. Above average set, with groovy bass by Ms Fi, and songs from a worthy new album.
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- I Am Not The One For You
- The Ever Open Door
- New Eyes
- A Forest Trail in Autumn
- The Portobello Slam
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