Indigo Dreamers

Lessons of Blue

Lessons of Blue by Indigo Dreamers
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  1. Feeling Good
  2. Where Have You Been
  3. A Waltz For The Only One
  4. Remember This
  5. Where I Want To Be
  6. In My Head
  7. Romance
  8. Find My Way Back
  9. Work It Out
  10. Part Of Me
  11. The City We Shared
  12. Blue

If songs are children and Indigo Dreamers are the parents, then Lessons of Blue is the documentation of the growing pains, nostalgia, and joy of maturation. The album began three years ago after Jamie Craig released her debut EP and was anxious to embark on a new project with her already written songs. She won the iTunes Music Festival Competition for her song “Blue” shortly after the release of the EP and knew that “Blue” would play an important role on her upcoming album. Jamie employed the help of long time music partner, Pouya Pourtahmasbi, to co-produce the album. The pair struggled at first but eventually found a way to meld their contrasting styles and unique backgrounds into a sound that was truly their own. A collective perspective emerged that glued the songs together. They realized that a new name was needed to encompass their collaborative music project and newfound vision. This was the birth of Indigo Dreamers.


Jamie Craig: Vocal, Keyboards, Guitars

Pouya Pourtahmasbi: Bass, Guitars, Synth Programming


Goran Rista: Drums

Reza Filsoofi: Percussion

Gregory Satterthwaite: Keyboards

Christian Davis: Guitars

JL Fulks: Guitars

Jake Stuart: Banjo

Angela Maleh: Cello

Chris Ramsy, Backing Vocal

Samuelito Flores: Backing Vocal

Michael Miranda: Backing Vocal

Engineered and Mixed by Pouya Pourtahmasbi

Mastered by Bob Katz

Photography: Fareed Al-Mashat

Photo Editing and Artwork Layout: Amir Fazeli

For fans of:Fleetwood Mac, Feist, Lissie
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