Greg Alexander | Sky It Shall Be

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Sky It Shall Be

by Greg Alexander

11 original Folk Rock songs for sun or heavy weather. Jim Armenti (guitar) and Eric Lee (violin) fill out this mostly acoustic collection. Mitch Chakour sits in on keyboards. The result: a funky, "folkified" trip into the land of Folkboiee (that's Greg !)
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Glad
5:25 album only
2. Leaving Time
4:34 album only
3. Graduation Day
4:46 album only
4. Sky's the Limit
5:47 album only
5. I'll Rock the Boat
4:31 album only
6. Listening to London
4:52 album only
7. I'm Still Writing This
2:34 album only
8. Lullaby
2:49 album only
9. Save the Bomb
2:59 album only
10. Can't Pass You
4:20 album only
11. What's in a Name
4:40 album only
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Album Notes
This Album was recorded at Avocet Studios in Shelburne, Massachusetts. Local musicians were a great help in gaining a particular sound. Mitch Chakour, Jim Armenti, Guy DeVito, Eric Lee, Sean McLoughlin and Pan Morigan are all the best at their insturments, and worked so well together that the entire project flows with a feel of modern americana storytelling that is Future Folk.



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Rob Lincoln,

Exquisite Soulful Acoustic Folk-Rock
I just heard this guy for the first time and I am very glad I did. He sings with a bluesy tinge but in an upbeat optimistic manner. I do hear his stated influences of Clapton, Sexton and the Band in at least one or more songs, but there is also a hint of Dave Matthews as well. It's an original sound. His songs are never too heavy or dark in subject matter but are far from simplistic. He has some neat jazzy twists and consistently excellent accompaniment from local New England musicians. Bottom line-- His music makes me feel good... and it will you as well. That's reason enough to make a purchase. (My personal song favorites were Glad, Leaving Time and Listening To London)