Eddie Neumann
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Eddie Neumann

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

Jazz Unit, Changes, Green Records, 1998
Blazzaj, Atentie, A&A Records, 1998
Jazz Unit, From Now On, Green Records, 1999
Orient Express, Axis Mundi, Casa Radio, 1999
Blazzaj, Macadam, Rocka Rolla, 2003

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Bio

Eddie was born in Tulcea, Romania and was raised in a block of flats facing a road populated by hairy rednecks. He used to throw things at them, nuts, apples and other objects which were stored on the balcony. Later, he used to watch the Danube boats during school time which he left at his convenience for artistic purposes. His creative genius was recognised at an early age and he starred in propaganda party shows since he was 10. His first works were sincerely dedicated to Nicolae Ceausescu, arguably the most successful Romanian of all times, who managed the nation for more than two decades and who died in a regrettable shooting incident on the Christmas day in 1989. Eddie started to play the saxophone during high school, touring the county accompanying local artists, especially young girls with sophisticated dresses and hairstyles who were crossing the stage with a microphone in hand. He then moved to Timisoara for studying Sociology, as his interest in propaganda never diminished. He dedicated himself to music after his success was noticed by the freaks that had taken over the faculty. Eddie Neumann became in late 90s an established saxophone player on the Romanian scene. He started to perform internationally in 1999, when he represented Romania with the Orient Express band at the Washington Smithsonian Institute's Folklife Festival. That year he visited Paris, London and New York, in the right order, as stated on best perfumes. Finally, he chose London.