Craig Easley | The Craig Easley 'Xperiment

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The Craig Easley 'Xperiment

by Craig Easley

I would say this CD is Jimi Hendrix meets John Mclauglin meets Miles Davis meets Weather Report meets Return to Forever meets Beat Poetry.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. ...And the Gods Went Crazy
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2. Welcome to Electricrazyland
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3. Seventh Heaventh
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4. If God Was An Atheist
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5. Man in the Wheel
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6. For All An Hold's Worth
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7. Bodhisattva Blues
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8. Miles Still Smiles
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9. Frankly Speakin'
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10. Caribbean Sunset
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11. Nufuncsity
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12. Voodoo Rider
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13. Ode to Big George
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14. Jupiter's Waltz
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15. Tears for a Fallen Hero
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born Brooklyn, New York City, November 22, 1950

Spent one year and a half of college of Liberal Arts (music
included)at Schenectady Community College, NY

Started studying & playing music (guitar) early 1969.
Moved to San Francisco, CA 1980. After playing in several bands went on a long musical hiatus in early 90's.

Began performing poetry at various Bay Area venues.
Published 3 chapbooks of poetry: Deja Voodoo, The Tongue Never Sleeps, and Millennium Man (still in print and available at City Lights Books).

Spent (1998-2001) reading poetry live over KFOG 104.5 radio Morning Show as The KFOG Beatpoet.
Ended musical hiatus and started recording CD, “Welcome to ElectriCrazyland” fall 2003.

Major music inspirations: Big George Hardin (my grandfather) played guitar and sang with his group The Hardin Brothers; recorded one known single under own name.

Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, John (Mahavishnu) Mclaughlin, Tony Williams, Allan Holdsworth, Frank Gambale, Motown, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, P-Funkadelic, Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Rush, Run-DMC, Frank Zappa, all (except Coltrane)I have seen live in concert!!
Along with a galaxy of other stars too innumerable to mention here!

And to the Poets: Allen Ginsberg, Philip Lamantia, Amiri (Leroi Jones) Baraka, Bob Kaufman, Gregory Corso,Anne Sexton, Sharon Olds, Kamoou Dauood, and a universe of others!

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Lyn Reede


Congrats! After listening to the samples... I can't wait to hear the full album! All Love Craig, Your cousin Lyn
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