Artist: Ed Poole
Liverpool is certainly the place to be at the moment for fresh musical talent. Originally from Holmforth in West Yorkshire is Ed Poole. Now based in Liverpool Ed has built up a strong, loyal fan base and has earned the reputation as one of Liverpool’s hardest working musician. He released his much awaited EP – Winters on 25th October 2013.
With Ed on vocals and guitar he is joined by James Tidd, piano,synth, bass and backing vocals as well as Connor Dickson, drums and percussion. The influence coming from artist like Syd Barrett, The Beatles and Chuck Berry to name but a few. This EP consists of five beautifully crafted compositions with strong guitar intros, solos and riffs. The lyrics have a similar theme and talk of the fact that time is passing us by, and we’re not getting any younger. You must look after your life how ever difficult things can get, we must leave them behind and that there is always a glimmer of hope around the corner.
Ed has embarked on many live performances throughout 2013 including The Dovedale Social in Penny Lane, The Lomax and Oxjam. His talent leaves his audience captivated with his own brand of highly emotive, melodic and haunting lyrics. He has been highlighted as a fresh, talented singer/songwriter on Radio Merseyside’s BBC Introducing Merseyside Show with Dave Monks.
© 2013 Ian Sharp – Liverpool Acoustic
EP review: Ed Poole – Winters
Ian Sharp is originally from Wigan, but grew up in Liverpool. He is passionate about music and although hard of hearing has learnt to appreciate music in its purist form. A musician in the making he enjoys many genres but particularly likes folk, Indie and alternative music. He's a big fan of Twitter and would be lost without his iPhone.
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