A Girl Called Eddy - St digi Cd 2004.
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Áru helye: Hajdú-Bihar megye / Magyarország
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Formátum: digipak Cd

Leírás: gyönyörű indiepop/folkrock, a bájos és érett hangú Erin Moran előadásában. Melegen ajánlott!

Detailed item info
Track listing
1. Tears All Over Town
2. Kathleen
3. Girls Can Really Tear You Up Inside
4. Long Goodbye, The
5. Somebody Hurt You
6. People Used to Dream About the Future
7. Heartache
8. Life Thru the Same Lens
9. Did You See the Moon Tonight
10. Little Bird
11. Golden

Details
Producer:    Colin Elliot, Dan Messe, Gary Maurer, Richard Hawley
Distributor:    Alternative Dis. Alliance
Recording type:    Studio
Recording mode:    Stereo
SPAR Code:    n/a

Album notes
A Girl Called Eddy: Erin "Eddy" Moran (vocals, piano).
Personnel: Elizabeth Moran (vocals, piano); Shez Sheridan (acoustic guitar, acoustic 12-string guitar, Spanish guitar, baritone guitar, banjo, lyre, background vocals); Richard Hawley (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, Hawaiian steel guitar, baritone guitar, lyre, Fender Rhodes piano, vibraphone, glockenspiel, background vocals); Victoria Hart, Simon Graham, Sarah Hill, Melody Coper, Michael Klotz, John Visanji, Laura Rachel Pannington, Gaynor Sutcliffe, Polly Wiltshire, Heather Zimmerman, Naomi Koop, Liz Hanks (strings); Simon Stafford (trombone); Jeff Snowden, Peter Wright, Tony Robertson (horns); Colin Elliot (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Mellotron, vibraphone, glockenspiel, upright bass, electric bass, background vocals); Catherine Popper (upright bass); Andy Cook, Mark Brotter (drums); Ali Heath Cook (background vocals).
Additional personnel: Richard Hawley (acoustic 6-string guitar, vibraharp); Shez Sheridan (6-string guitar); Colin Elliot (Moog synthesizer, bass instrument); Ali Heath Cook (background vocals); Andy Cook.
Recording information: Sratosphere Studios, New York, NY (2003); Yellow Arch Studios, Sheffield, England (2003).
Photographer: Ellis Parrinder.
Unknown Contributor Role: Colin Elliot.
The self-titled debut album by Irish singer A Girl Called Eddy is an inspired blend of modern folk-rock singer-songwriter tunes with indie pop and R&B touches. (A Girl Called Eddy's real name is Erin Moran; she took the stage name to avoid confusion with the similarly-named actress who played Joanie on HAPPY DAYS and JOANIE LOVES CHACHI.) Kicking off with the excellent single "Tears All Over Town," the album moves from strength to strength, showcasing A Girl Called Eddy's warm, rich voice and her songwriting skills, which often recall the late Kirsty MacColl in their blend of sly humor and frank insight. Highlights include "Girls Can Really Tear You Up Inside" and "People Used To Dream About the Future."

Editorial reviews
[A] lush and gorgeously arranged collection of rainy pop songs.
CMJ 

4 stars out of 5 - Moran exhibits gorgeously gauged soul and shrewdness...
Uncut 

4 stars out of 5 - Moran boasts a voice as pure and resonant as Eva Cassidy, but being able to couple that voice with her remarkable songwriting skills makes her significantly more intriguing.
Mojo 

4 stars out of 5 - [F]ull of sweetly painful, adult-sounding love songs. A luminously retro production by Richard Hawley completes the picture.


[H]er rueful observations and dark-around-the-edges voice, combined with a preponderance of luxuriant strings and vibes, recall the heyday of Burt Bacharach. - Grade: B
Entertainment Weekly 

The self-titled debut album by Irish singer A Girl Called Eddy is an inspired blend of modern folk-rock singer-songwriter tunes with indie pop and R&B touches. A Girl Called Eddy's real name is Erin Moran; she took the stage name to avoid confusion with the similarly-named actress who played Joanie on Happy Days) Kicking off with the excellent single "Tears All Over Town," the album moves from strength to strength, showcasing A Girl Called Eddy's warm, rich voice and her songwriting skills, which often recall the late Kirsty MacColl in their blend of sly humor and frank insight. Highlights include "Girls Can Really Tear You Up Inside" and "People Used To Dream About the Future." CD was released in 2004 on Anti, Inc. and features 11 tracks.

CD is packaged in a beautiful two-fold digipack and comes with 8 pages booklet featuring complete lyrics and full credits.

Condition: The disc is in a mint condition. Digipack and booklet show minimal wear.


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