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10,000 Feet

David Grissom

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No Sophmore Slump For Grissom!

When I heard David Grissom’s album Loud Music for the first time I felt that his music was something special and I knew that I could not wait to hear his next offering. Well it has arrived and the title is 10,000 Feet. With 10,000 Feet this six-string slinger is back again with fine guitar lines busting at the seams offering up listeners a deadly combination of rock, blues, and country. The tracks comprised on this CD are a good mixture featuring not only David’s blistering riffs but also his soulful and believable vocals. Grissom kicks off the proceedings with a rollicking number titled “Keep a Rollin' On”; bouncing those familiar Danny Gatton meets Eric Clapton like riffs off your head with great pleasure and a seamless integration with the mind, body, and soul. You see, guys like Grissom play their music with a lot of soul behind it; it’s like the pureness of unfettered earth or a clear mountain stream uninhibited by humankind. Sounds like heady stuff but it is actually very simplistic once you hear and feel the music. The bottom line is, this music well make you happy and put a bounce in your step whether you want it or not, it’s gonna happen. “Sqwawk” is a grungy instrumental rocker that shows how Grissom can stand with the best of them as an all out guitar hero that can make his six-string talk and “Sqwawk” if he wants to. I have to say this man really loves where he is from, Texas, you can hear it in his voice, and it goes without saying how the music takes on that southwest flavor straight on through the run of this CD. And have a look at the CD cover, case closed. I guess “Take Me Back to Texas” about wraps up the entire deal for Grissom, and what a great song! It made me want to go to Texas and take in the beauty he sings about. Another soulful brew of instrumental pleasures is “Butterbean Friday”, man it just cooks right along like a big old pot of chili, and I mean an all day cooker. Grissom slows it down a bit in this track and lets his guitar do all the talkin’ along with the bass, drums, and that organ! I have to say it’s the keys that make everything else stand up on its tippy toes and holler out “listen!”. “Dover Soul” is an instrumental kick in the pants...this time you get a good helping of blues and jazz and a dollop of fusion just to spice it up a little, all in one song. All of it is good stuff to be sure. “Ain't No Other Way” is a pretty tune, it makes you all soft inside and reflective. Yet another facet of Mr. Grissom that continues to amaze me and how versatile he can be. David Grissom has another winner here, a strong showing for his sophomore solo album that will continue to spread the gospel of this Texas guitar hero’s music. I am sure Stevie Ray is looking down now shaking his head and saying “looks like they got another boy that can play it from the heart just like me”. Keith “MuzikMan” Hannaleck March 5, 2009

Michael Alan Ross

Dave, you did it again! I just want to jump in my Hot Rod, crank this up and DRIVE!

Keeping it real!

We know how great of a guitar player he is but the songs on this CD are just breath taking! Great CD to listen too..... O-yeah! Big Fat Texas Guitar Tones to die for! Great job David!

10,000 Feet, David Grissom
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues
  • Released: Feb 09, 2009

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