Lace Around the Wound
Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.
||Some People||E.G. Daily||5:03||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Cry Just a Little||E.G. Daily||4:41||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Bad Water||E.G. Daily||4:44||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Just Can't Say Goodbye||E.G. Daily||2:47||$0.69||View In iTunes|
||Heart Don't Lie||E.G. Daily||4:31||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Lace Around the Wound||E.G. Daily||4:02||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||This Time||E.G. Daily||4:26||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Reach Out||E.G. Daily||3:46||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Are You There||E.G. Daily||3:44||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Little Trooper||E.G. Daily||3:58||$0.69||View In iTunes|
||What Do I Gotta Do||E.G. Daily||4:16||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Please Send Me Someone to Love||E.G. Daily||3:53||$0.69||View In iTunes|
This is one of those albums that you can listen to over and over. It spent a lot of time in my cd player during my college years. I fell in love with E.G. Daily with the Wild Child album and spent many hours watching MTV for the rarely played videos. Her version of "Please Send Me Someone to Love" can melt the heart of anyone who has even a drop of emotion in their soul. Her rock songs rock and her pop songs move your feet. Much Love goes out to this underrated artist who should be a star. From music to movies, television to cartoons, you have seen her and heard her. Now you can sit back, listen, and simply adore. Get this and Wild Child. You owe yourself a little pleasure.
Daily News: 'Lace Around the World' Rocks
It's through no fault of her own that E.G. Daily never enjoyed the success as a recording artist that she deserved. Following 1985's modestly successful debut, "Wild Child," Daily returned four years later with "Lace Around the World." Whereas "Wild Child" had leaned toward Madonna-esque synth-pop and epic Harold Faltermeyer-produced rock songs, "Lace..." was a leaner, rock-oriented affair. Gone were the synthesizers and cheesy production; in their place, Daily enlisted Tommy Faragher and Lotti Golden to co-write and co-produce the majority of her sophomore effort. The result is a wholly enjoyable record rooted in good old-fashioned rock and roll. Stand-outs include single "Some People" (which failed to crack the charts), the rockabilly-esque "Just Can't Say Goodbye," the blues-inspired "Bad Water," the Calypso-tinged "Reach Out," and the gorgeous, Cyndi Lauper-esque "This Time." Daily had a hand in writing and producing several tracks, including the lovely title track, and her choice of collaborators belied a knack for cutting right to the heart of a good tune. The production is simplistic but solid, showcasing Daily's lovely, emotive voice, most especially on the closing track, a cover of Percy Sledge's "Please Send Me Someone to Love" that should melt even the iciest of hearts. Perhaps deemed non-commercial by lazy music execs at A&M, "Lace" never got the push it deserved, and Daily quickly disappeared into obscurity until she re-emerged as a highly sought-after voice-over talent ("The Rugrats," "Babe: Pig In the City") in the '90s and '00s. Those who hired her were keen on a secret that Daily's fans had known for years: That this little spitfire of a talent (who stands at about 5-foot-4) had a BIG voice. With any luck, iTunes will allow many others to discover that for themselves.--Ken Knox
Amazing Album; Amazing Artist
I remember seeing the video for "Some People" when I was a kid when E.G. Daily was a guest VJay. I immediately was a fan and have been following her career ever since. Hopefully iTunes will get her one-woman show on here soon.
Born: September 11, 1961
Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s