What does it sound like?:
New Jersey’s Erin Moran (A Girl Called Eddy) released her first recordings in 2001. A couple of intriguing EP’s led to her eponymous album, in 2004. It was a stunning debut. Erin’s velvety voice, the lush orchestration and the quality of the song writing all led critics to believe that A Girl Called Eddy was going to have a stellar career.
In 2008, Erin appeared on a Beatles tribute cd for Mojo magazine, singing ‘Julia’ from the White Album.
In 2018, Erin resurfaced with a French musician, Medhi Zannad, under the title The Last Detail and released a handful of shimmering pop songs which made her fans prick their ears up. ‘Could there be new Eddy music coming?’
And, lo, it did come to pass.
Erin has hooked up with one one of my favourite musicians on the planet, Daniel Tashian, as producer. But, if you employ Daniel to produce your album, you know you’re getting today’s Todd Rundgren. Tashian co-writes most of the songs, plays drums, guitars and bass on nearly every track and sings with Erin on the Bonus Track, Pale Blue Moon.
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