"Spinning Man" (partially found Ed Sheeran album; 2004)
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In 2004, British pop singer Ed Sheeran created a small scale album entitled Spinning Man, discussed in the book Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey as follows:
"In 2004, I made my very first album, Spinning Man, named after a picture that my dad had. I burnt the CDs myself and made the covers. There were 14 songs, and they were all songs that rhymed. One lyric went: ‘I’m a typical average teen if you know what I mean.’ There are probably 20 copies of Spinning Man in existence, and I have 19 of them. I don’t want anyone else to get hold of a copy. Most of the songs were about a girl called Claire. She was my first love when I was 13. It was a very innocent love, and we only ever held hands, but it lasted a fair amount of time. Then came my first devastating break-up. Looking back, it really wasn’t that bad, but at the time it was soul-shattering. When she left me, I wrote a lot of songs off the back of it – my first love songs."
An eBay listing for the album from January 15th claims that the tracklisting is as follows.
|#||Song Title||Song Length|
|3||ON MY MIND||4:03|
|4||NO MORE WAR||4:27|
|5||MOODY BALLAD OF ED||3:10|
|14||I LOVE YOU||2:50|
Some of these songs were made available on Ed's EP The Orange Room, but others have not been released.
- Ed Sheeran discussing the album. Retrieved 15 May '15
- The eBay listing for the album that describes the list of songs. Retrieved 15 May '15