Ed's Redeeming Qualities was an alternative folk group that was founded in 1988 and originally consisted of Dan Leone, Dom Leone, Carrie Bradley (who also performed with The Breeders), and Neno Perrotta. Jonah Winter joined the band for the albums Big Grapefruit Cleanup Job and At The Fish And Game Club. Dom Leone died of cancer in 1989.
The band received some mainstream exposure when The Breeders covered their song "Drivin' On 9" on the album Last Splash. Furthermore, Ed's Redeeming Qualities contributed several songs to the soundtrack for the movie Ed's Next Move, a film in which they also briefly appeared. Their songs were often funny and strange story-songs or character sketches. Some highlights include Neno's "Lawyers and Truckers" and "Lawn Dart", and Leone's "Spoken Word." Though the band has officially broken up, some members of the group still occasionally get together for reunion concerts every few years or so.
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Альбомы и синглы:
- At the Fish & Game Club [альбом]
- Big Grapefruit Cleanup Job [альбом]
- It's All Good News. [альбом]
- More Bad Times [альбом]
- Ed's Kitchen [1989, альбом]
- Ed's Redeeming Qualities [2010, альбом]
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