24 Jun AMP Review: Ed Deane “Slideshow”
New to Music Synch Licensing from Ireland
Already a trusted name on the Irish music scene, having worked with a whole slew of bands, Ed Deane has finally managed his first solo output and a charming one at that. A fabulously talented guitarist with a penchant for blues of all kinds Deane here produces an instrumental cult sound of magnificent proportions in relation to film and television standards: think Quentin Tarantino, Woody Allen, or Mad Men to Twin Peaks. For Example, “Surfin’ with Mummy” is Pulp Fictionesque, but equally at home in any other such trend-setting and audacious productions. Covering a good territory beyond blues Ed Deane wanders near surf and country to get to where he’s going, always entirely comfortable in his precise movements, a fresh breeze in his face. This man knows his stuff. Listening to the album you can easily conceive of a million uses for each track. It’s cool, laid back, cocky, fun, pensive, wistful and fancy in turns and then some. Ed Deane delivers, all you need to do is have a listen on the AMP Player.
Styles: Blues, Delta Blues, Americana, Surf, Country, Jazz, New Age, Dixieland, World
Moods: Winding, Melancholy, Ease, Atmospheric, Tequila, Pulp Fiction, Moving, Retro, Dramatic, Spirited, Beach, Relaxed, Mournful, Travelling, Nostalgic, Swaying