Exclusive Listen: Joan As Police Woman's Slinky New Song 'The Magic'

Listen to a track from Joan As Police Woman's new album 'The Deep Field'

March 1, 2011 1:40 PM ET
Exclusive Listen: Joan As Police Woman's Slinky New Song 'The Magic'

Click to listen to Joan As Police Women's "The Magic"

"The Magic," the first single from Joan As Police Woman's third album The Deep Field, is a slinky, funky number that showcases the elegant, expressive vocals of frontwoman Joan Wasser. Best known for her ballads, Wasser sounds totally natural in a more groove-oriented setting. The Deep Field hits stores on April 12th.

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