Eddie's Brother
  • 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
  • Where Do All The Gods Go?
  • Daniel (In the Greenhouse)
  • My Favourite War
  • The Problem With Girls
  • Supernatural Bread
  • Between Nine and Five
  • Alice and Johnny
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:21) [9.96 MB]
  • All Ready Already
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:12) [9.96 MB]
  • Elvis and Jesus
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:39) [10.97 MB]
  • Flying Car
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (03:48) [9.05 MB]
  • Get Your Stuff
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:22) [10.35 MB]
  • Pretty Things
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:36) [10.89 MB]
  • Same Old Place
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:29) [10.62 MB]
  • Sweet Shop
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:07) [9.78 MB]
  • The Men With No Knees
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (03:59) [9.46 MB]
  • Where Do All The Gods Go?
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (02:40) [6.46 MB]
  • Daniel (In the Greenhouse)
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (04:00) [9.14 MB]
  • My Favourite War
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (03:39) [8.36 MB]
  • The Problem With Girls
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (03:05) [7.04 MB]
  • Supernatural Bread
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (03:25) [7.81 MB]
  • Between Nine and Five
    Genre: Acoustic
    MP3 (01:28) [3.38 MB]
Biography
People used to tell ‘Eddie’s Brother’ that he would get the recognition he deserved. The problem was they all tended to think this would happen after he died!

It isn't as if he hasn't made a name for himself, established in the mind as the hat wearing, bespectacled creator of ‘Daniel in the green house’ ‘My favourite war,’ ‘The problem with girls’ ‘her bright idea’ on the acoustic scene. ‘I've always been an outsider’ he says.
A pocket biography will tell you of his dislocated childhood growing up in care, the son of an errant jazz violinist.

With no formal music training, he tuned a guitar to a chord and made his own shapes up, ‘just like a guy on a desert island with a 5 string guitar.’ 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.

His influences include Joni Mitchell, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Frank Zappa and all the John Peel show artists, particularly The Smiths.

With his interest in the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi and Krishnamurti, his acerbic, humorous, witty songs call to mind a cross between Steely Dan and Billy Bragg. ‘where Do All The Gods Go?’ ‘Harry the ****’ and not forgetting ‘Robot lover’ have an elegant timeless quality that wraps them securely round your head. (Like the hat that’s always on his.)

The new album ‘Marineville’ is a collection of 10 diverse, intelligent songs with the usual: unusual lyrics aligned with tempos, moods and sentiments in a funky acoustic jazz-pop setting that is all perfectly Eddie’s brother.
Eddie is part of the Blue Pie Records artist family. In 2012, Eddie’s catalogue was accepted into the Blue Pie Film & Production Music Library. With the help of the Blue Pie license team, Eddie’s music will soon be heading to a film screen and your favourite TV show in the near future. Eddie’s new album is out now on Blue Pie for the world to experience.
For more information go to www.bluepierecords.com/artist/eddies-brother or search “Eddies Brother” on Google.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
bluepierecords.com/artist/eddies-brother

OTHER:
myspace.com/eddiezbrother
reverbnation.com/eddiesbrother
eddiesbrother.bandcamp.com
open.spotify.com/artist/1qqDBH9dwi7p7l17YluRsd
itunes.apple.com/uz/artist/eddies-brother/410469905
facebook.com/chris.french.52493499
facebook.com/Eddiesbrother

LABEL:
Blue Pie Records USA LLC
Clarence House
Unit 6 No 9 Clarence Street
Moss Vale, NSW 2577
Australia
P: +61 2 9310 0155
F: +61 2 9310 0166
E: sales@bluepie.com.au
W: www.bluepierecords.com

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  • Members:
    Chris French
  • Sounds Like:
    Frank Zappa, The Smiths, America, Bob Dylan, Gotye, The Eagles, Simon and Garfunkle
  • Influences:
    Frank Zappa, The Smiths, America, Bob Dylan, Gotye, The Eagles, Simon and Garfunkle
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    06/13/12
  • Profile Last Updated:
    01/15/21 05:07:54

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