Nigel Graham Blues Reaction

Blues Reaction formed in 2002 by guitarist Nigel Graham, with Pete Willsher on bass & following the first couple of years with drummers Dave Brooks & Gary Cates. Pat Ross a mate of Nigel’s, took over the drum seat in 2004.

Through it’s lifetime, the band appeared at the ’04-’05-’07-’08 & ’09 Cambridge Rock Festivals (formerly The Rockinbeerfest), the Fordham Festival in 2006 and supported Wishbone Ash in 2005 at The Junction in Cambridge.

Nigel’s dynamic guitar work, played with fire, speed & fluidity, was indeed the highlight of the bands eight year career, paying homage to several blues guitar giants and with the album ‘Play Dirty’ being released in 2006 featuring all of his own compositions.
Misbehavin’

Masterplan

Let Me Be

City Woman

Don’t Do That

Suddenly I’m Sad

Too Little Too Late

Blues Classique
Tracks 1,2,4,5 & 7 – Recorded at Zoo Audio, Milton Cambridge
Engineered by Andy Cross
Tracks 3,6 & 8 – Recorded at Spin Studio, Milton Cambridge
Re-Mastered by Andy Cross
Produced by Nigel Graham
© 2006

Misbehavin'

Masterplan

Let Me Be

City Woman

Don't Do That (Bad Boy Boogie)

Suddenly I'm Sad

Too Little Too Late

Blues Classique

Play Dirty’ reviewed in ‘Blues Matters’ Oct/Nov 2007 (Issue 40)

♫ This is quite a hard hitting Blues-Rock trio, who don’t let up easily.

♫ Graham is certainly a good guitarist bordering on the fret shredding edge of fast.

♫ ‘Misbehavin’ – The track closes too quickly over some superb Strat playing.

♫ ‘Let Me Be’ –  Is kicked forcefully  along by the rhythm section with Graham being a free spirit above it all.

♫ ‘Blues Classique’ – This is how I could imagine a grandiose ELP attempt at a blues tune – a long tour-de-force.

♫ I’d love to see this band live on the strength of this release as they seem to give it all and tear at it without any relapse.
Demo’s…………
Wash Those Blues Away
Lonely Nights
Wine At Sunset
Edge Of The World

Wash Those Blues Away

Lonely Nights

Wine At Sunset

Edge Of The World

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