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These are Better Days—Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros started as a music collective led by Alex Ebert (vocals, guitar, percussion, piano) and Jade Castrinos (vocals, guitar) and has as many as twelve members at any given time.  That variety of contributors certainly broadens the range of their sound, with clear influences from Leonard Cohen, Pink Floyd, Beatles, Kinks, Bowie, along with influences from the general 60s and 70s sound—even a bit of Rocky Horror on “Let’s Get High,” as well as many of those other listed influences, and some Fine Young Cannibals on “Please!”—that’s the range.  And if you like those artists and those times, you should really give Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros  a considered chance. 

However, if you choose to search for Edward Sharpe you will find he is a fictional, easily distracted, saviour of humankind from above—written into the world by Alex Ebert. It gets weirder—though it is all good.


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