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Sarah Jane from princess one point five came to my attention when she hit the road hard from her native australia and went all over europe and pitched up opening for a band I was playing in in London. At the time she went under the name of I want a hovercraft and travelled with just a guitar and her fragile sounding voice. This record is a fully realised wonder in the vein or Laura Veirs or the more accessible of Tara Jane O Neill's solo work. The real beauty here is SJ's voice, it's interwoven with layers of fx'd piano, brushed percussion, strings bells but always peaks the melody through all the soundscaping, download inadequate response or the first track "and then we stopped breathing" to get a taster. This is gorgeous.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Melbourne's Sarah-Jane Wentzki was nicknamed "Princess One Point Five" for her diminutive height -- just over 1.5 meters -- and her over-sized personality. After four years as a member of a band called I Want a Hovercraft she went solo under that nickname, sometimes rendered as "P1.5". She performed pop songs with lyrics whose sometimes alarmingly morbid subjects were at odds with their jaunty piano melodies, as well as more blatantly shadowy, experimental instrumental pieces. Her first album, 2005's...
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At Long Last, Princess One Point Five
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 19 July 2005

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