New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Blue Pie Records)
has recently released the album 'Marinenville, containing the track "Alice and Johnny" which is currently being included in a global radio campaign. The Jazz/Pop album includes ten intricate tracks that combine life experiences with humorous undertones. The release includes "Alice and Johnny", "All Ready, Already", "Elvis and Jesus", "Flying Car", "Get Your Stuff", "Pretty Things", "Same Old Place", "Sweet Shop", "The Men With No Knees" and "Where Do All The Gods Go".
"Marinenville" is an outstanding collection of tunes that are written and performed by a true musician. This album is for all who can appreciate an intellectual track, particularly those holding strong influences from jazz. The interesting fusion with current popular trends expands the audience for this album using catchy riffs, rhythms and melodies to perk up ears with their first listen.
In comparison to previous works, "Marinenville" is a much fuller album in the sense of instrumentation. Not only accompanied by an acoustic guitar, Eddie's Brother
is able to expand the musicality of each track by introducing percussion, electric guitar and smooth bass, consequently creating an effortless vibe that is continuous throughout the whole album.
A self-taught virtuoso on guitar, Eddie's Brother
is extensively inspired from artists such as Joni Mitchell, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, The Smiths, The Stones and The Beatles. "Marinenville" exhibits these influences along with each individual resonance that is the release.
We encourage fans of Eddie's Brother
and "Marinenville" to check out the official news release in regards to "Alice and Johnny" and the radio campaign. The website can be accessed here: INSERT LINK TO NEWS POST ONCE POSTED.
To purchase "Marinenville" please visit his iTunes store which can be found here: http://itunes.apple.com/au/album/marineville/id523225210
For more information head to his Myspace page at: www.myspace.com/eddiezbrother or become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Eddies-brother/7655613380
ABOUT EDDIES BROTHER:
People used to tell Eddie's Brother
that he would get the recognition he deserved- the problem was they all tended this would happen after he died!
It isn't as if he hasn't made a name for himself, established as the spectacle wearing artist with no formal music training. A pocket biography will tell you of his dislocated childhood growing up in care, the son of an errant jazz violinist. There's always been a sense that Eddie's Brother
(Born Chris French, yes he does have a brother called Eddie) relishes his outsider status.
A core of affectingly honest material, highly humble, delivered with a minimum of pretension. A 'twisty turny' thing. Songs that have regret and bitterness, with just enough hope and forgiveness. Each one is a story of lost (lost trust, lost youth) and of discovery, both good and bad. Hopefully they will affect your emotions, and welcome you to his passively aggressive self-expression.
Gigging extensively at acoustic and band venues in London, Cambridge and Home countie, Eddies Brother
has built up a solid reputation as an engaging stage performer. Eddies Brother
has appeared at festivals 'The Secret Garden','Rhythms of the World', 'The Troubadour', 'Strawberry Fair' and 'The Living Room'. A recent song 'maggots to flies' featured in a movie called 'Gagalash a gift to the fans'