Eytan Mirsky is a New York-based tunesmith best known for the songs he contributed to the indie films "Happiness," "The Tao of Steve," and "American Splendor." He has released four albums of quirky pop tunes: "Songs about Girls (& Other Painful Subjects)," "Get Ready for Eytan," "Was It Something I Said," and "Everyone's Having Fun Tonight," all available on CD Baby.
"Songs about Girls," (1996) was Eytan's first album, released before anyone had heard of him so there aren't reviews available. But feel free to check out the numerous positive reviews of his other CD's on their respective CD Baby pages.
For those of you familiar with Eytan's work, this album is more straightforward/less sardonic than his later efforts.
[NOTE: IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR THE "AMERICAN SPLENDOR" SONG, CHECK OUT EYTAN'S 2004 CD: "EVERYONE'S HAVING FUN TONIGHT!"]
Check out the artist's website:
1. What Happened?
2. Your Man
4. Shoulder to Cry On
6. How Could You
7. Shoulda Told You
8. East Village Girl
9. I Don't Believe
10. She Doesn't Exist