"Pink Pocketbook" Is A Euphemism for What?! – Madame Pamita’s Strange Ukele-Powered Folk


Only in LA could you have a singer-songwriter (Madame Pamita) who hands out tarot cards to the audience that represent each of her songs and then have them select the songs and the order for that night’s show. On top of that everyone gets their fortune read.

“Pink Pocketbook” is chock full of innuendos, code words and euphemisms about the true meaning of the term (use your overly sexed imagination to divine that phrase’s true import). “Love Is Good” is a simpler little song about love. Both songs clock in at only about 1:40 so don’t tell me you don’t have the time.

I guess there is a performance art aspect to her live show (and that’s all well and good) but on record these songs don’t suffer from the lack of costumes, tarot cards and medicine show variety acts.


Pink Pocketbook

Love Is Good

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One Response to “"Pink Pocketbook" Is A Euphemism for What?! – Madame Pamita’s Strange Ukele-Powered Folk”

  1. Woodshed says:

    Thanks for these tracks. I’m biased in favour of anything that has a ukulele in it but these tracks certainly stand on their own. Still, that is one live act I’d like to see.