Growing up in the 60's and 70's suited Jim Luxon perfectly. While all the other local musicians were playing covers, Luxon and crew vowed to create new and original songs, and never look back. Having said that, the cultural Rock movement still had an influence on him. Such influences include The Beatles, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Yes. Jim's music, although somewhat dark and off-color, is the product of an optimistic, though critical view of the world. Jim is currently working with The Saturday Night Jam Club in Orlando, and his genres include Rock and Metal.
The Golden Rule is about treating others as you would like them to treat you. If you don’t treat people right, the scales of justice will tip towards revenge. The streets is where it all goes down. Instrumental, Rock, Hard Rock
An instrumental depicting the creation of Man’s Machine, which is the counterpart of creation itself. A touch of Mid-Eastern influence gives it a mystical vibe. It is also an intro to Man’s Machine. Instrumental, Rock, Hard Rock
The Garden represents the place where all our thoughts, desires and emotions live. However the snake also inhabits the Garden and keeps us from realizing our true potential. Instrumental, Rock, Hard Rock
Indigo speaks of soul searching, morality, prophecy, state of mind, the number seven? It's subject to individual interpretation but in the end if it's still a mystery than hey life will go on. Male Vocals, Rock, Modern Rock