Joe Eglash | Build a Fire

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Build a Fire

by Joe Eglash

Expertly blending power pop, rock, and lush, full arrangements to create a landscape of addictive, mature tunes and unforgettable hooks.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Build a Fire
3:50 $0.89
2. Evil Eye Goodbye
3:10 $0.89
3. Homeboy
4:01 $0.89
4. Mother May
3:08 $0.89
5. Woody's Tune
2:52 $0.89
6. All Things Come True
4:23 $0.89
7. Ocean Parkway UN
3:27 $0.89
8. Georgie
2:51 $0.89
9. I Was Doomed
4:58 $0.89
10. Roots of a Tree
2:47 $0.89
11. Bleeding Eye
5:21 $0.89
12. Wednesday Night
3:24 $0.89
13. Electric Sounds
5:51 $0.89
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Album Notes
BUILD A FIRE represents a full circle in the musical life of Joe Eglash - after years working on either side of the music industry. Matured, hook-filled songwriting matched with a one-man-band mentality to produce a landmark, dynamic debut solo recording.

BUILD A FIRE was recorded in 2008-9, boasting live instruments all played by Joe. Recorded in vintage fashion with live takes and Queen-like overdubs, new ground is tread upon with a horizon of hooks, grooves, and harmonies. BUILD A FIRE lies somewhere between the Beatles, the Who, and the Stones, with a well-crafted sheen close to Jellyfish and XTC.

Of BUILD A FIRE, respected American pop label Not Lame Records says, "Eglash's sweet, unaffected folksy acoustic pop combines with crisp and woozily light-hearted but powerful hooks. This is some seriously tasty stuff that manages to break out flairs of originality and extreme competence in the musicianship department - and, then, to sew them together making this a fresh and always mightily enjoyable listen."



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