Ryan Graves | Captive

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Captive

by Ryan Graves

Captive: 15 brand new songs by Ryan Graves
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Phoenix
5:00 album only
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2. History
5:26 album only
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3. Conundrum
5:40 album only
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4. Venom
3:02 album only
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5. Mama
5:04 album only
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6. Snow
6:00 album only
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7. Ruler
4:50 album only
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8. Minoxidil
4:33 album only
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9. Bound
5:13 album only
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10. Millstone
4:03 album only
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11. Whisper
9:11 album only
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12. Embrace
7:17 album only
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13. Man
3:23 album only
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14. Scarlet
6:14 album only
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15. Lush
2:44 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ryan is formerly "J.R." Graves, who spent the better part of 1997 through 2001 touring, performing, and presenting his debut CD "Servant", which was composed of 10 original songs and 1 cover tune. His music was described as eclectic, ranging from Michael Jackson to Justin Timberlake, from Boyz II Men to Mariah Carey, and from Newsboys to Eric Champion. It was peppy, fun, and sometimes campy pop & soul, the songs of which were wrapped in Biblical verses, with strong messages from the Word. J.R. performed and spoke at roughly 100 venues per year from 1997 to 2000. J.R. dropped out of the scene in 2000 after undergoing some personal trials that required some heavy introspection and soul-searching. Well, "J.R." is back, older and perhaps wiser now. He now goes by Ryan Graves, with a brand new "male Christian Alanis Morissette" sound, and 15 great songs that speak about living life to the fullest, identifying with pain and overcoming it, and recognizing that life is a journey to be learned from. His songs are passion-filled and brimming with pathos.

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