MP3 Norman Lamont - The Wolf Who Snared the Moon
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11 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Acoustic, FOLK: Power-folk
Norman Lamont, hailing originally from Ayr (the West Coast Sound is in his blood), has been living in Edinburgh since 1990.
Carrying his original inspiration from songwriters like Paul Simon and Richard Thompson, genre-mixers like the Incredible String Band and David Bowie and rock intellectuals like Fripp and Eno, his songs are mellow, catchy and instantly memorable, often bearing lyrics that are by turns funny, spiritual and surreal. A Dylan fan meets his idol and ends up becoming him in an inexplicable way; a man finds his mind opened by the grisly discovery of a pair of dislocated eyes; the sex act is observed by voyeuristic spirits competing to re-enter the physical world; a foreign visitor finds fear and loathing in Linlithgow. Other songs address in a more straightforward way friendship, religious fanaticism and - occasionally - love.
In October 2004 he appeared at the London launch of Adrian Whittaker's book about the Incredible String Band and recorded the medleys he put together for that occasion on the CD 'I Remember It All From Before'. He also released recordings from the Innocents' Edinburgh Festival gigs as 'Living Water' (both of these available only from his website).
Norman Lamont and the Innocents continue to appear regularly at various Edinburgh songwriter' venues.
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