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Joan As Police Woman

Joan As Police Woman

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Joan As Policewoman: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 23 October 2006

JOAN WASSER places a mug of steaming tea on the piano as she wanders onstage — a casual kick-off to this South Bank foyer space's ...

Joan As Police Woman: Real Life

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2007

FOR JOAN WASSER, having to defer her debut due to viola playing commitments with Antony And The Johnsons, Rufus Wainwright and Scissor Sisters was probably ...

Goodbye and Hello: Joan as Policewoman

Profile and Interview by Mark Mordue, Sydney Morning Herald, the, 9 August 2008

BIRDS ARE SHRIEKING through the trees all over Rushcutter's Bay. It is as if something violent and tuneful is going on at once as we ...

Joan As Police Woman: What I Like

Interview by James Medd, The Word, January 2011

Joan As Police Woman aka Joan Wasser, fearsome singer, songwriter and serial collaborator, formerly of Antony & the Johnsons and Jeff Buckley's girlfriend ...

Joan As Police Woman: The Deep Field

Review and Interview by Graeme Thomson, Uncut, February 2011

Goodbye heartache, hello fun — and the rich, warm vibes of '70s soul. Beauty comes in many guises. On 2006's Real Life, Joan Wasser's first ...

Mélanie Pain: My Name/Joan As Police Woman: The Deep Field/Anna Calvi: Anna Calvi

Review by James Medd, The Word, February 2011

Three records rich in charm and melancholy. Give it up for Mélanie Pain, Joan As Police Woman and Anna Calvi. ...

Sandy Denny: The Battle Of Evermore

Report and Interview by Kate Mossman, The Word, April 2012

The Sandy Denny tribute show is expanding, a long-running fight to "give her songs a future". ...

Joan as Police Woman: Damned Devotion

Review by Jon Young, Mother Jones, 12 February 2018

JOAN WASSER, who's been recording under the name Joan as Police Woman for more than a decade, possesses a slow-burning, late-night voice that can handle ...


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