Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
I You You Me
Genres: World Music, New Age, Rock
The album's theme is really our musical philosophy and why we do what we do: 'get to know yourself, trust, be positive and look for ways of creating a sense of community in your life.' Through our music we want to say that... more »
The album's theme is really our musical philosophy and why we do what we do: 'get to know yourself, trust, be positive and look for ways of creating a sense of community in your life.' Through our music we want to say that you can connect with the many sides of your own self, as well as find connections with others - often where you least expect - if you allow yourself to be open to the possibility. The tracks on this EP were recorded in the early lives of the songs, before we'd taken them on the road. We chose them because we wanted to share that time with our fans - that wonderful sense of a song having just been born and ready to go anywhere. Enjoy. BROTHER
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Great EP!!! Good luck finding it.
J. Collins | Dallas | 10/07/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ok brothers, this is the one that's got the edgy version of "CRAZY". Yes they re-did it for Urban Cave, but I prefer this version as it's closer to the "live" feel.
If fact, that's what this EP is all about. Angus, my daughter loves you now that you signed her CD!!! Great show in Dallas!
STATUS: Out of Print and unavailable from the band's website
A Must Have"
You make me believe again
mrpix123 | valley village, california | 05/31/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"How can five songs create such a need to be heard?
If you want to get a feel of what Brother evolved into during 2002 you get a taste here. Recorded at the end of their "anywhere and everywhere" U.S.A. tour for their fans who cried for a morsel of their music.
If you want to go "Crazy" and dance, get a little funkier with the second cut, truly be sung to with beauty and simplicity by a voice that knocks your socks off! in "Believe", be reassured that everything is all good,it's all right, it's OK, with a drum rythym that sways your body in "it's all good", then be lulled by the intense capture of the tragedy on September 11, by the impromtu emotions of Brother on stage reacting to the events and audience. Playing their talents openly, expressing themselves thru their music....comforting and emotional...then own this cd. I
know it will be requested by friends."