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Desireless

Eagle-Eye Cherry

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Album Review

Eagle-Eye Cherry's debut album, Desireless, was an impressive set of eclectic alternative folk-rock; its radio hit, "Save Tonight," was arguably one of the best songs of the decade. The title track is a reworking of a song by his father, jazz great Don Cherry. Other standout tracks include "When Mermaids Cry," "Conversation," and "Falling in Love Again." A strong, diverse debut signifying the arrival of a major new talent.

Customer Reviews

Save Tonight

Save Tonight is one of my favorite rock songs. If Flying Dutchman's "Eagles and Angels" is #1, then "Save Tonight" is #2. This song puts me in great spirits everytime I hear it. Great music, great voice, well written lyrics. Definately a must-have-song on your ipod or pc library!

great artist...where'd they go?

one of my favorites...cross between ben harper and peter gabriel i opine...

Great Album

This is a quality album...I like about 90% of the songs on it. You should buy it

Biography

Born: May 7, 1971 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

With his breakthrough American hit "Save Tonight," alternative singer/songwriter Eagle-Eye Cherry became the latest member of his family to stir the music world: his father was avant-garde jazz trumpeter Don Cherry, and his sister was alternative rap pioneer Neneh Cherry. Born in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1971, Cherry was christened Eagle-Eye (yes, his real name) because the first time he looked at his father, he did so with only one eye open. Cherry spent most of his early childhood in Sweden and on...
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