Blue Sky Blue (The Byron Sessions) Pete Murray
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- 1Blue Sky Blue03:41
- 2Always A Winner03:51
- 3Hurricane Coming03:59
- 6Let You Go04:15
- 9Tattoo Stained03:34
- 10Hold It All For Love04:48
Info for Blue Sky Blue (The Byron Sessions)
Pete Murray's new compendium album, Blue Sky Blue 'The Byron Sessions' celebrates the collaborative Byron lifestyle and includes contributions from some very special guest artists. The idea spawned out of jamming on each other's songs within this tight knit kinship.
After living with his most recent studio album Blue Sky Blue, Pete wanted to re-record and release the album how he plays it with his friends - stripped back, Byron-style. Pete put the word out to a collection of his muso mates to contribute on this compendium album. Byron locals Ash Grunwald and Scott Owen (The Living End) lend slide guitar and bass respectively to make Hurricane Coming unmistakably coastal; Katie Noonan's vocals on Hold It All For Love are beautifully haunting; new kid on the block Fantine takes Pete into uncharted territory on lead track Blue Sky Blue with a rap written by indigenous roots queen Natalie Pa'apa'a (Blue King Brown); another Byron local Bernard Fanning takes time out of his busy recording schedule to sing backing vocals on Led; Busby Marou contributes vocal harmonies and guitar on Let You Go and the track Free and Darren Middleton (Powderfinger) plays his recognisable guitar licks on H.O.L.L.A.N.D.
Pete Murray, guitar
Folk-pop singer/songwriter Pete Murray emerged from relative obscurity to become one of Australia's biggest stars with his chart-topping 2003 sophomore LP, Feeler. Born and raised in Queensland, Murray was a star athlete at Nudgee College, and in 1993 was named to the Queensland seven-a-side Rugby team before injuries derailed his career. While sidelined, Murray began learning guitar but harbored few aspirations of music stardom, instead studying sports medicine. Friends encouraged him to begin singing professionally, however, and after several years of club gigs, he issued his debut LP, The Game, in 2002. After signing to Sony BMG, Murray released his first major-label effort, Feeler, in mid-2003. Thanks to steady airplay on Australian alternative radio outlet Triple J, the album entered the Aussie charts, and with the release of the third single, 'So Beautiful,' the singer's career exploded. Feeler reached number one in March 2004, going platinum six times over. Upon its 2005 release, Murray's third LP, See the Sun, peaked at number one as well. He continued to enjoy commercial success in Australia with follow-ups Summer at Eureka in 2008 and Blue Sky Blue in 2011.
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