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Boomkat Product Review:
Yes, Norman Whiteside thought it'd be a good idea to take up the moniker Wee for You Can Fly On My Aeroplane, which turned out to be the only album he released under the unfortunate pseudonym. Whiteside made his name as a writer for Bill Moss' highly regarded Columbus, Ohio imprint Capsoul, but there's little evidence of that material having been carried over to this 1977 album. Instead Whiteside takes an almost psychedelic approach to Stevie Wonder-esque soul sounds, never knowingly permitting a soloing opportunity to go by without a Mu-Tron-enhanced keyboard solo or a spot of synth noodling. As ever, good old Numero have done a fantastic job reissuing this mighty tome, reissuing the original nine-track LP and throwing in a further ten bonus tracks, seven of which are previously unreleased.