First Impressions: Spree Wilson and Esthero Can Pass Go, Collect $200 For This Collaboration

Wednesday, February 2, 2011


So I can learn about a new artist AND hear Esthero on something recent? Sounds like a deal, let's John Hancock that. Instantly, I loved Spree Wilson's "Don't Pass Me By". With it's acoustic charms, slight dream-pop/soul arrangement, the song is a real sizzler, even warming up this winter apocalypse happening right now. Wilson's a new voice to me, but he's already gotten on my good side as he has Esthero producing and vocalizing on this track, a track that is soon to be placed on the singer-guitarist upcoming debut album, The Never Ending Now.

I'll take what I can take when it comes to Esthero (who needs to release this third album before it's time for me to apply for an AARP membership) and this song is something to latch onto if you've either been salivating for anything fresh from her and/or just want to hear two people just vocally blend well together and make a great song out of it. I'll be definitely scoping Spree Wilson out further as I'm digging the scene he has crafted with the few smattering of songs I found of his on the net. This Is Real Music has "Don't Pass Me By" up for the freebies, so there is really no excuse why you should skip out on this lovely adventure. Need a convince before the download? Just listen below...if you already haven't.

Don't Pass Me By - Spree Wilson ft. Esthero


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