May 21st, 2012

Review in Significato

By Bart J Helms

Kimmy Sophia Brown has reviewed a number of acts from Belfast Maine’s Free Range Music Festival. Including us:

Lyndsy was quite the fireball and quipped, “We insist that you have a good time”.  She reminded me of a young Shirley Maclaine – dimples and fire, with a joyful mime-meets-flapper dancing style. Her body responded to each note of music like an enchanted marionette, as she played the washboard and belted out songs with Ethel Merman’s power and Edith Piaf’s charm. As a matter of fact they played a version of “La Vie En Rose”, and other old tunes such as, “Everybody Loves My Baby”. There was also a sampling of their unforgettable originals like the electrifying, caffeine-saturated tune, “Black Coffee”.

I didn’t want to look away for a second for any reason because Lyndsy was a constant source of delight. I loved the sense of inner liberation that she conveyed, which allowed her to involve herself in the music with such wholeheartedness. Two toddler girls were dancing a few feet from the stage and she smiled and encouraged them to dance too. Of course, they became silly with shyness as soon as they saw her peeking at them from behind the microphone. It was very dear.

Read more of “Flocks of Melodious Songbirds at the Belfast Free Range Music Festival

It was a fun weekend of new music. So do check out the other links. It looks like Brown missed The What Cheer? Brigade who were one of our favorites.

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