Ed Koban | How to Fly

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How to Fly

by Ed Koban

A genre defying mix of Native American Flute, Acoustic, Folk, Rock, & Blues, with a whisp of Jazz and Reggae
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Eastern Creek
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2. Edko's Lament
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3. Amy's Song
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4. Kevin & Jill's Love Song
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5. Duo Anime (Two Souls)
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6. Sibella's Snow
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7. Song for Troy
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8. Suite 12
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9. Little Wing
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10. I'd Love to Change the World (Redux)
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11. How to Fly
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12. Ahe' Hee
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Like the waters that roar over the edge in his hometown of Niagara Falls, Ed Koban's music can be beautiful and evocative, or raging and powerful. An artist not quite like any other, Ed's music defies categorization. His sound is much like the man himself, unable to be confined by style or genre. Ed Koban's latest release How to Fly blends the gorgeous & haunting Native American flute with guitar playing that ranges from gentle acoustic to blistering electric Rock & Blues, combined with sounds inspired by music from Africa to Chicago, from Folk to Jazz, Reggae to Rock, makes for a fresh new sound that is accessible to music fans from all genres.

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Matt Spencer

Kinda Blown Away
I first encountered Ed at the Sundance film festival a few years back when he was invited on stage to sit in with an group that was playing the film festival. His guitar playing was very soulful and primal. I looked him up on line and found out he was more than just a guitar player. This album does not really fit into any specific category, but that's part of it's charm. Ed clearly was not concerned with staying inside a category or genre, and thank goodness for that. Suite 12 is sublime, the Title track is jumping from the first note. I can't get enough of this CD. I hope he's planning to put out more stuff. Outstanding.
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Bill Beauman

LIKE A GOOD BOOK
A couple of tracks in to this CD I was like "This is different, cool stuff, but not what I was expecting after seeing Ed Koban perform live with another artist. I expected some ripping blues rock guitar. The Wooden flute was a bit of a surprise. I'm glad I listened to the whole CD because I definitely got way more than I hoped for. This CD played like a good book, each song kind of was a different chapter, leading up to a killer ending. It covers all the bases, including the great guitar playing I was hoping for. This CD is in permanent rotation in my music player. I hope he puts out another on soon. Great, great stuff.
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Tanya F

LOVE THIS CD!
I have been waiting for this CD to come out. I love Ed's music. it is not like any other I have heard. This is a great CD from start to finish. His version of Little Wing by Jimi Hendrix is brilliant, especially for a song that everyone and their brother plays. I have this CD on when I'm driving, working, or just relaxing. It's a great CD!
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