Grady Axton Davis | Indigo Blue

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Indigo Blue

by Grady Axton Davis

Diverse and uniquely talented guitar playing intertwined with honest and poetic lyrics of life, love, spirituality, whiskey and cannibalism!
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Roll a Cigarette
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2. No Rose
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3. Magdalene
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4. Lady Satan Irene
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5. God is Love
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6. Old Guitar
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7. Indigo Blue
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8. Floating Down
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9. Anthem
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10. Voice in the Wind
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11. Island
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Two pennacle moments in my life as a musician were hearing the first chord of Tom Petty's "Mary Jane's Last Dance" and accidentally putting the best of Cream into my discman to see if the thing worked. The Tom Petty side of things made me explore how something could be so beautifully haunting. This lead me into the singer/songwriter realm of music...Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Ben Harper, Iron and Wine and Dave Matthews. After hearing Eric Clapton playing with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker in Cream, I was blown away at what a guitar could do. This lead me into bands such as Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix which evintually brought me to the old bluesmen such as Robert Johnson, Rev. Gary Davis and Son House. These two moments took me on a road of music making where I've tried to capture the medium between a raw singer/songwriter and an explosive guitarist. I hope you will hear this in my album Indigo Blue.


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