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the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone
31 July 2007 @ 09:39 am
Last night I made icons - mostly at the request of aditu_az and annemiek81 although I was intending to do them anyway. They are icons of Jeff Fiorello, who I first encountered as one of the support acts at the Half Moon (Putney) gig last Monday. Jeff did three tracks at that gig (they were pushed for time) and blew me away to the extent that acrazywench and I got the CDs off the back of those three tracks. After the gig I stopped to talk to him and he is one of the nicest, most approachable people I've met in a long time.

He told us he was going to be doing two more gigs in London that week, then head up to Scotland for a gig in Glasgow and one in Edinburgh. Unfortunately with my madness-induced bus runs all over the country I wasn't going to be able to make it to any of the gigs. I'm gutted about that really. aditu_az and hopeless_cynic went to the Wednesday night gig in London, however, and spent a good deal of time chatting to Jeff (and his dad!) and completely agreed with my impressions of how *nice* he is. He signed CDs for them at the time (and one for me telling me I should have been there - would that I could have!) and gave them extra CDs to give to friends to spread his music around.

He deserves as much recognition as he can get.

Musically he's a guitar-based singer/songwriter (yeah, it's me saying this, you're surprised?) with a touch of indie, a little folksy, a little bluesy but mostly just damn good. He actually puts me in mind a little of David Sneddon (first winner of Fame Academy here - the only reality TV show I ever followed), but please don't let the memory of DS's singles put you off (in fact if you've never heard his album you should give it a chance)) but also has a unique touch to his lyrics and style.

I don't normally share smaller artists' music outwith a very small circle of friends (because I'll just relentlessly tell people they need to go buy the album!), but Jeff explicitly said to us that he would love as many people to hear his songs as possible so as soon as I get home I will be uploading some of his songs for you.

In the meantime, please check out his MySpace page and his site

Trust me on this, you will not regret it.

(and you could always add his name to your interests on your profile page...)
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the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone
31 July 2007 @ 07:59 pm
My poor little computer (well, not so little!) is trying to do a zillion things at once (most importantly trying to rotate video files shot at 90° off where they should be (ie portrait instead of landscape) without losing video quality (any vidders got advice here?)) but I finally managed to get the Jeff Fiorello tunes uploaded.

These are currently on my webspace and the links will be replaced with filesharing ones as and when they are uploaded there. Do not hotlink these files! (well, actually, you shouldn't be able to because of my mad .htaccess coding skillz, but still!). Files are now on Sendspace.

Cheers!

(alphabetically ordered because that's how they uploaded!)


There are more songs which I will link to later, but please, tell me what you think of these and if you like them, please go show Fio your support on MYSpace or by buying his album

AND!! annemiek81 clearly knows how to hit my buttons because a simple "Jeff should have an LJ site" has led to me doing this... jefffiorellofen Come! Join!

ETA Time's Up! Files are now off my server and I'd encourage you to go check out his MySpace and BUY HIS ALBUM!!!
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