The Wild Women of Wicca

Chapter 17: "Next up were the Wild Women of Wicca (yes, I’m afraid I am serious), whose more traditional line up of drums, bass, lead guitar, keyboards, vocals and rhythm guitar produced a rather clichéd sound that needed some compositional chops to lift it out of the humdrum. The witchy wiccan name promised more than it was capable of delivering and they were better musos individually than they were as a cluster."

"One great, highly successful girl band was bound to make more of an impression than several enthusiastic but run-of-the-mill ones (such as the Wild Women of Wicca – and possibly the Mildreds), so I let it go and even encouraged her, with the proviso that she got them into a recording studio in the care of a top producer as quickly as possible."
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