Music Reviews

A Girl Called Eddy

Tears All Over Town

Le Grand Magistery

Five beautiful and moving melodies that seduce instantly. A mellow pop sweetness with a strong European flavor. Eddy’s voice is cool and comfortable, and she curls her vocals like cigarette smoke through the perfect movie scene. Elements of Tracy Thorn move quietly across the inspirations, along with Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Serge Gainsbourg, and heartache. This music could last forever, and in thirty years, when you listen to it again, it’ll fill you with the sweetest memories. The third track, “Girls Can Really Tear You Up Inside,” is as ache-filled as you think it is, the music moving across your dreams like pure sadness.

Le Grand Magistery, PO Box 611, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303; http://www.magistery.com


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