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Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars

Artist: Edie Brickell & New Bohemians

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Label: Geffen
Album: Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars
# Song Title   Time
1)    What I Am Album Version More Info... 4:58
2)    Little Miss S. Album Version More Info... 3:40
3)    Air Of December Album Version More Info... 5:59
4)    The Wheel Album Version More Info... 3:55
5)    Love Like We Do Album Version More Info... 3:09
6)    Circle Album Version More Info... 3:13
7)    Beat The Time Album Version More Info... 2:58
8)    She Album Version More Info... 5:09
9)    Nothing Album Version More Info... 4:51
10)    Now Album Version More Info... 6:05
11)    Keep Coming Back Album Version More Info... 2:46
12)    I Do Album Version More Info... 2:03

Performer Notes
  • Edie Brickell & New Bohemians: Edie Brickell (vocals); Kenny Withrow, Robbie Blunt (guitar); Wix (keyboards); Chris Whitton, Brandon Aly (drums), John Bush (percussion); John Henry (background vocals).
  • The track "I Do" is not listed in the booklet or packaging of SHOOTING RUBBER BANDS AT THE STARS.
  • Edie Brickell begins SHOOTING RUBBERBANDS AT THE STARS with the naively all-knowing credo "I'm not aware of too many things/I know what I know if you know what I mean." From her flower girl looks, to her carefree, girlish vocals, Brickell suggests a musical persona straight from the '60s; but her well-defined lyrics and original music are very today, and not as vulnerable as might first appear. Edie's style is conversational, quirky--in a Rickie Lee Jones fashion--yet very personal, and extremely off-center. Her poetry is intimate and on-target. In "She" we meet a woman who "glows around you like a moon/She smiles at her reflection in a spoon/She reads expensive magazines/She sees herself in everything." In "Nothing" the sentiment is as simple as "There's nothing I hate more than nothing," and "The Air Of December" shows off Edie's best poetry.
  • The youth and innocence exhibited on this important debut is sturdy enough to stand the test of time. And it leaves us with the universal statement/question, "What I am is what I am, are you what you are, or what?"

Producer:Pat Moran
Format:CD (1 Disc); Stereo
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:16 January, 1991
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This is one of my favourite cd's of all time. Edie Brickell is soulful and lyrical and quite brilliant. Despite the age of this cd the music is still relevant today and I enjoy it as much in my 30's as I did in my 20's. Favourite tracks are Circle, She and Nothing... trully wonderful lyrics and music combined!

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