On this episode of Kiler Davenport Live I am going to interview Ed Roman:
Right out of the gate, with his freshman release in 2000, Special Ed and The Musically
Challenged, Ed Roman defined his paradigm with inventive, infectious tunes that shook
one's marrow and stirred the spirit…This guy is unique! Three follow-up releases with
SEMC continued to mesmerize and astonish, with music that both kissed and prodded,
seduced and challenged, hypnotized and enlightened...
In May 2011, Ed released his solo venture, Oracles and Ice Cream, and has never looked
back. It is 22 tracks that are an amazing marvel of songwriting wizardry, prodigious
performances and contagious energy, with the mystery and magic of a lucid, tantalizing
dream. The music both traverses and convenes broad music styles into the consummate
collective of penetrating rhythms and canyon-wide harmonic explorations, glazed with
lyrics that are both poignant and whimsical.
Now, in 2014, with Letters from High Latitudes, (an homage to his Ontario, Canada
home) Ed Roman has done it again, creating an earthy, funky and magical mix of music
to seduce the listeners’ ears! An accomplished musician, Ed performs 90 percent of the
instruments on his album, recording drums, bass, guitars, organ, vocals and even sitar!
The sound is rounded out with help from some of the top Canadian session musicians
like Dave Patel on drums (Sass Jordan) and Mike Freedman on electric guitars (Tia
Brazda.) Sit back, get mellow and listen to this truly skillful musician weave a tapestry of
enchantment from an eclectic fabric of musical styles.
Ed Roman's marvelous musings drop dollops of tasteful delight through our ears to our hearts. You can't help but dance. You can't help but smile.
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