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Edie Brickell - Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars (1995) Retail CD
"What I Am", the lead-off track on Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars, was a left-field hit off this Dallas band's debut album, and it remains about the only thing they're remembered for (save Brickell's eventual marriage to Paul Simon). But a good part of this album is quite listenable and stands up reasonably well to the years. "Love Like We Do", "Little Miss S" and "The Wheel" are basically equal to "What I Am" in their rhythmic and melodic pop appeal; "Air of December" and "She" allow the band's more jazz-oriented roots a little room to flourish and the poignantly personal ballad "Circle" remainsmore… the best lyric Brickell has written. It was all downhill from here but Shooting Rubberbands was an early peak worth revisiting. --Peter Blackstock
|1||What I Am|
|2||Little Miss S|
|3||Air Of December|
|5||Love Like We Do|
|7||Beat The Time|
|11||Keep Coming Back|
- Edie Brickell - Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars (1995) Retail CD
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