Storm and the Balls – 2004, ‘Hanging with the Balls’

Finally tracked down a copy of Hanging with the Balls today. Storm is absolutely amazing! The CD is powerfully overwhelming, and the scary part is that it barely holds a candle to hearing her perform live. I’ve always had a weakness for out-of-the-ordinary cover tunes, and Storm exploits that weakness to the highest degree.


If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week… If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week… If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week… If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week… If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week… If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week… If you don’t know who she is, there’s a good chance you saw her on the cover of Willamette Week a few weeks ago for the Best of Portland 2004 or on Oregon ArtBeat last week…

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