Graeme Emmott | Grace Notes, Still Lifes And Action Shots

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Grace Notes, Still Lifes And Action Shots

by Graeme Emmott

My music is rock/blues based with a little bit of pop thrown in.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Grace Notes, Still Lifes and Action Shots
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2. No One's to Blame
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3. I've Been Thinking of You
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4. I Want to Know
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5. Love to Be Loved
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6. Bird of Pleasure
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7. Rock Star Guitar Hero
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8. Be Careful What You Wish For
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9. Loves Burn
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10. Ballad of An Aging Aircrew
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I live in Vancouver, Canada. I have been playing guitar/bass and drums since I was ten years old. My main influences over the years have been The British invasion groups of the 1960,s The Beatles,The Rolling Stones, The Who,etc. I listen to and play almost anything. My music tends to be a mixture of Rock/Blues and Pop. This C.D. \"Grace notes,still lifes and action shots \" was recorded in Vancouver with Producer/Guitarist Doug Fury of Fortissimo Sound and drummer Scotty McCargar. It was written and recorded January/February of 2008.


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