The first recording in Five years from Eddie Holly. Well worth the wait. Featuring members of Drunk Stuntmen, Family Values and guitar lengend Joe Boyle. This record is more pop oriented yet still contains the dramatic lyrics Eddis Holly is known for. R E V I E W S.............. Eddie Holly - Beauty Here Once again, Northampton music surprises me and blows my mind: The new disc from EDDIE HOLLY is a f***in' classic album somehow written in 2009? He's a folk singer, this is NOT a folk album, this. At times, is like a lost Velvet Underground record (Trk 11 Annabelle), on a couple places, the songs could be off a Johnny Thunders album, Cocaine, Miami...even though I despise Jimmy Buffet & this song sounds nothing like Jimmy Buffet could reach the monumental crowd sing-a-long heights off Margaretville. The band behind Eddie (a Noho hit squad) just beats the folk off Eddie and hangs a sign saying "no blacks, no Irish, no folk." ( reference to Johnny Rotten's Memoir) Jim Joe Greedy's bass lines walk this album down into your soul. Find it, buy it, steal it. MARK SHEENAN Roughly translated from Dutch Eddie Holly Beauty Here 4 STARS REVIEWS - John @ 01:17 Gjaltema It begins with distorted guitars and the rest of the band that falls goes into a fine gallop. A good start of Beauty Here (Mohonoho) from the Northampton, Massachusetts, derived Eddie Holly. A bit of the sound of country rock from the eighties, thinking of The Rave-Ups. Like that time, the country rock band from Holly pretty catchy. Beauty Here the lightness of the Mavericks, as most clearly illustrated in Cocaine, Miami. On the lovely Gypsies Or Ramblers blows J. Brandon Scott (Drunk Stuntmen) into a game on the trumpet, making the atmosphere a poppy Calexico approaches. Sometimes it is also rocking sleepy what Holly is doing, especially the title track. This has everything to do with his voice, which is somewhere between Steve Wynn and Lou Reed. Frequently covered in delicious harmonies. Holly's band on this CD consists of Jim Greedy Joe (bass), Dave Durst (drums) and guitarists Tom Sturm and Joe Boyle. In Arms (West Seattle Junction) sounds somewhat by grunge power pop and a dash. A boy with ambition, that Eddie Holly.