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Edie Brickell Brings Different 'Personalities' to Solo Album and the Gaddabouts
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Best known for her work in the New Bohemians, Edie Brickell is returning this month with a double dose of music: Her third solo album, simply tilted 'Edie Brickell' and an LP with her new band, the Gaddabouts, a collaboration with prominent session drummer Steve Gadd. It's great news for fans of Brickell's voice, which rings with the same clarity as it did back in the '80s and '90s, but what exactly is the difference between these two offerings?

"The personalities of the bands play into it so much," Brickell tells Spinner. "For instance, the song 'My Heart,' that was a song that was written as a single line guitar and voice. Steve adds an accordion into the rhythm, like a tango and I didn't hear it like that. That's what I love about playing with bands. They bring their personalities to it."
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january 2011 by jmkeiter
Edie Brickell and Paul Simon Considering an 'Old-Fashioned' Duets Album
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As far as endurance and quality goes, the marriage of Edie Brickell and Paul Simon is certainly one of rock's more endearing relationships. For fans of either of these artists, a duets record would surely be something of interest. Speaking with Spinner, Brickell didn't scoff at the idea when we presented it. In fact, it seems that it could actually happen.

"We have been talking more and more, because we make these holiday MP3s to send out instead of Christmas cards," Brickell tells Spinner. "We got this idea a few years back and after having done that and hearing the sound, we thought it might be a good idea to do something like a [duets] record."
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january 2011 by jmkeiter

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