I was introduced to Baby Dee’s work by my friend Antony of Antony and the Johnsons. He told me that I had to hear some work by his old and close friend Baby Dee: Antony spoke of Dee as the muse who had helped realise much of the music by the Johnsons. Antony sent me a couple of songs by Dee: Little Window and The Robin’s Tiny Throat. I listened and was struck dumb. So I listened to it again. And again. And again and again and again. I am still listening to it as I type this, and still find it hard to put into words quite how unique and touching her work is. It was certainly amongst the most beautiful and moving work of any type I had *ever* heard. So I asked Antony to send me more and more examples of Dee’s work. And it was clear to me that I had to release an album by her. My own love has always been for those musics and those words which strike one as being utterly true and absolutely personal, and Baby Dee is both of these. The hairs rise on my back and I am very honoured and very happy to be able to announce the forthcoming release in May on Durtro of one of the most exquisite albums ever made: LITTLE WINDOW by Baby Dee.

Hooray! Hooray! Hooray! – David Tibet April 2001


I am haunted by these songs of Baby Dee’s, bravely mined from the walls of her soul. “Little Window” is a breath of such gentle and agonizing beauty. Inside each song burns a candle, so that the collection of them forms a string of tiny lights along a path that leads closer to the Heart. – Antony


The emotions expressed (are) nothing short of devastating… Highly recommended. – Other Music


Dee’s piano playing is simply elegant as she sings of beauty and hope with a gospel virtue… The more I listen to “Little Window” the deeper I fall in love with it. – Brainwashed

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