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Ed Ayoub is a songwriter of our time, yet he is timeless. Ed doesn't
believe in time but his songs are short & quirky, catchy, expressive,
good. What makes his songs click is his honesty, his realness. There
is some beat connection. Ed captures it in laments, odes &
celebrations: To his hometown of Leominster Mass (Plastic City); his
previous incarnations in academia (Leaving); his rainbow family (We
Gather); a failed romance opportunity (Mountain); his Bible
fascination (Jezebel); his old Chevy Nova (Crusher); his optimism in
the face of world disaster (Age of Fire); his happiness even within
hopelessness (Another Happy Song); his temporal companions (Clock
Talk); To his loved one (Pie Pie); To his own uniqueness (My World);
To his hero's and would be heroines (One Man).

The list goes on to include a comprehensive songwriting work spanning
2 decades, weaving a "tapestry of passion" through a full gamut of
human feeling, mood and commentary. You will "call it magic" and you
will "call it madness", You will feel the "tear in your joy", be
shaken "out of your cocoon", "unspeak the words untrue" and "reach the
place where no one knows" you. You will either love or you will hate
"the stain that makes us human" but you will not leave without a
"Cosmic reaction inside of you".

Ed Ayoub's music challenges you to live fully, music for a new
millennium, an honest and epic love song - Don't miss it.

Though adept at the world of science and logic he discounts it and
believes the world of feelings to be more true. He describes the
creative act of his songwriting as an explosion of feeling that just
happens, both words and music coming out simultaneously. Ed crafts
each song in a need to share what he has inwardly seen of felt through
his life. "If the feeling could have been expressed in a few words I
never would have written the song" He Then has a knack of taking his
own experience and making it as universal as possible without
sacrificing the heart of the song. Perhaps this is why his work can
often transcend barriers of belief, class, sex, nationality or of time.


Ed Ayoub is a songwriter of our time, yet he is timeless. Ed doesn't
believe in time but his songs are short & quirky, catchy, expressive,
good. What makes his songs click is his honesty, his realness. There
is some beat connection. Ed captures it in laments, odes &
celebrations: To his hometown of Leominster Mass (Plastic City); his
previous incarnations in academia (Leaving); his rainbow family (We
Gather); a failed romance opportunity (Mountain); his Bible
fascination (Jezebel); his old Chevy Nova (Crusher); his optimism in
the face of world disaster (Age of Fire); his happiness even within
hopelessness (Another Happy Song); his temporal companions (Clock
Talk); To his loved one (Pie Pie); To his own uniqueness (My World);
To his hero's and would be heroines (One Man).

The list goes on to include a comprehensive songwriting work spanning
2 decades, weaving a "tapestry of passion" through a full gamut of
human feeling, mood and commentary. You will "call it magic" and you
will "call it madness", You will feel the "tear in your joy", be
shaken "out of your cocoon", "unspeak the words untrue" and "reach the
place where no one knows" you. You will either love or you will hate
"the stain that makes us human" but you will not leave without a
"Cosmic reaction inside of you".

Ed Ayoub's music challenges you to live fully, music for a new
millennium, an honest and epic love song - Don't miss it.

Though adept at the world of science and logic he discounts it and
believes the world of feelings to be more true. He describes the
creative act of his songwriting as an explosion of feeling that just
happens, both words and music coming out simultaneously. Ed crafts
each song in a need to share what he has inwardly seen of felt through
his life. "If the feeling could have been expressed in a few words I
never would have written the song" He Then has a knack of taking his
own experience and making it as universal as possible without
sacrificing the heart of the song. Perhaps this is why his work can
often transcend barriers of belief, class, sex, nationality or of time.


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