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Orange Sky

A friend from Seattle came to visit in Oct. He is a lover of all kinds of Music and he always brings gems that I would never hear of. Alexi Murdoch's Orange Sky was one of them. The song hit me deep, stiring my soul and left me wondering if I would ever be lucky enough to find a love that could give me salvation. Music in our day and age is just a hyped sales pitch that is over played on the radio. I don't think Orange Sky would ever fall into that play list. It is one of the best songs of this past year and I hope to see it performed live some day.

Great folk/rock!

Honest, spiritual music. One of those great musicians that still remains widely unknown. If you like Damien Rice or Dennison Witmer check this out!

Four Songs

In 2002 I was driving my car in the rocky mountains on my way to California and heard Orange Sky a few times on NPR stations. I was stunned by the power in his message and in this mans simple beauty. I then saw Alexi in Boulder that same year. I cryed because I felt he had captured the voice of my heart and so many others.


Born: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

In late 2003, things picked up rapidly and a bit weirdly for folkie Alexi Murdoch. Moving to balmy Los Angeles from Scotland in the late '90s, Murdoch let the sleepy, weepy U.K. folk sound seep into indie and lo-fi influences. But he never did much with his music beyond some local gigs, he worried about damaging his personal attachment to the songs. That was until September 2003, when Murdoch appeared on Nic Harcourt's tastemaking Morning Becomes Eclectic show on the L.A. public radio outlet KCRW....
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