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Greg Nagy left the popular Midwestern band Root Doctor a couple years ago, but if he's no longer a ''Doctor'', he's for damn sure a masterful roots musician. Growing up in Flint Michigan he absorbed ''BOTH kinds of music, Rhythm AND Blues'' -- as well as hearty helpings of rock, jazz and gospel. His 2009 Solo outing Walk That Fine Line garnered a Best New Artist Debut nomination from the Blues Foundation's Blues Music Awards, received rave reviews and international airplay, peaking at #3 on XM Satellite Radio. Nagy's sophomore release, Fell Towardd None, raises the bar on many levels -- as a singer, songwriter and guitarist, Greg's strong, soulful performances establish him as a world-class Roots music artist.


1. Pack It Up
2. Wishing Well
3. Be With You
4. I'll Know I'm Ready
5. Can't Take It No More
6. Let It Roll
7. Still Means the World To Me
8. Facebook Mama
9. For a Broken Heart
10. Here Comes My Baby
11. Fell Toward None

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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vizzitone
  • ASIN: B004Z7HZA2
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #377,575 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Blues411 on December 13, 2011
Format: Audio CD
From the first funky laden strains of 'Pack It Up' Mr. Nagy sets the stage for this release and never backs away from taking us on 11 groove laden tracks. Greg has been around for a spell, getting acclaim while with the mid-west band Root Doctor, and on his own for the past few years. His prior effort was nominated for a BMA Best New Artist Award in 2009. So from a good stock he has put together a serious soul stew review for us to partake in.

Some of the finer cuts are the selections he co-wrote with former Root Doctor (now keyboard player for Janiva Magness Band) Jim Alfredson. 'Wishing Well' an upbeat, tempo shifting shuffle that features a nasty retro wah-wah guitar that restates that pedals position in the R&B family. 'For A Broken Heart' is a minor key blues that delves in to what exists inside a broken relationship and trying to find a way to either get out or get it right. 'I'll Know I'm Ready' has an interesting feel to it with the drums echoing the loneliness that exists inside the words of the song as the writer gets into the car and proclaims he is ready to forget about the love gone bad but tussles with the overbearing sadness of facing the fact of it. Mr. Alfredson provides some beautiful key board work on this cut reinforcing the emptiness of the situation.

A shout out to the 'Facebook Mama' complete with a poke at 'pokings' and references to status updates and never having too many friends. It is a modern take on the traditional double entendre songs about meat men, dentists, and switchboard operators slightly bawdy but all in good taste. The title track 'Fell Toward None' has a swamp blues feel that has migrated to the North - Flint, Michigan - to his home town.
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