Nancy White – Stickers on Fruit
Canada’s best-loved satirist, Nancy White sings of squirrel taxidermy, mooning Quebec athletes, middle-aged dope smokers, song stealers, and people who water their driveways. Of May/December romance, love in wartime, and the last banquet of President Mitterrand. Of a piano player who can imitate a John Deere tractor, and a miracle at a Tim Horton’s. Beautifully produced by Nancy¹s long-time piano player Bob Johnston and Dale Koshida, the CD features brilliant playing by Rick Whitelaw and Tom Leighton. Of the eighteen cuts, four are what Nancy calls “real songs”, including the thoughtful “River Mend My Heart”. The musicality of the comic numbers makes “Stickers” a novelty album you can listen to again and again.