This reissue of Wee’s lone 1979 LP reveals an overlooked gem of psychedelic soul. You Can Fly on My Aeroplane is a smooth and seductive evocation of both Shuggie Otis and Stevie Wonder’s 70’s-era masterpieces.
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A roller coaster ride of thrills and spins, First Drop by Zoë Sharp introduces former soldier turned bodyguard Charlotte “Charlie” Fox. Protecting a teen should be easy, but once the action starts, it doesn’t brake. Trust me, when the ride is over, you’ll want to get right back in line.
Feeling low? One sure remedy is a dose of Pushing Daisies. This fanciful series has witty dialogue, quirky mystery, and overflowing heart. Following the adventures of a shy pie maker with a unique gift and a burly private eye with a fondness for knitting, this is escapism at its most sparkling.
For laugh-out-loud hilarity, you cannot beat Izzy Spellman and her wacky family of private investigators. The Spellman Files and Curse of the Spellmans both race along with humor and heart. Who can resist a narrator who writes suspicious behavior reports on her own family and catalogs ex-boyfriends in an appendix?
Secrets, murder, romance, comedy, and spontaneous human combustion – Bleak House has it all! I couldn’t help but glide from episode to episode in this absorbing miniseries. Gillian Anderson’s performance is riveting, but it is little-known Anna Maxwell Martin whom I cannot forget. Surprisingly fast-paced, this adaptation is anything but bleak.