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Working Class Woman: Marie Davidson's Favourite Albums
Christian Eede , October 24th, 2018 09:45

Following the release earlier this month of her best record yet, titled Working Class Woman, Marie Davidson talks to Christian Eede about 13 of her favourite records covering Kraftwerk, Eminem, Donna Summer and more

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Nico - The End...
This is the record that has the biggest connection to who I am. It’s the record that made me want to pursue music as a career seriously. The first time I heard it, once again, it was so inspiring for me. I was really young when I first heard it and it made me understand some things about myself. The lyricism and production is amazing. It’s produced by John Cale and Brian Eno so it’s like a supergroup for me. I think Nico is a great poet and I really like her lyrics. I love her voice. It’s quite a strange and deep voice. It really spoke to me when I first discovered it. I like everything Nico did but I like her solo stuff more outside of her work with Velvet Underground.


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