Small Wonder is the brainchild of Brooklyn, NY native, Henry Crawford. It began as an outlet for creating more electronic based music but has since evolved into Crawford’s principle moniker for any and all material.
The makings of Wendy began when Crawford dropped out of college. Over the course of two years, he rewrote and reworked the album several times before beginning the recording process. Crawford enlisted the bedroom production of friend and colleague, Jack Greenleaf (Sharpless), starting in his parent’s house in New York and eventually moving to Chicago to finish.
Wendy is loosely based on the metaphors and imagery of Peter Pan, as a means of exploring Crawford’s own insecurities about coming of age, and the loss of youth.
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