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This is a new song for and to America. It’s in the country and western style and I think every real American should hear it. This song has some fancy guitar work. Don’t Miss It.
Songs that evoke thought and lyrics that propose intellectual stimulation. David James releases his 15th album. The songs are high energy material and are real music, played by a seasoned musician. This album features the song “Paul Is Dead”.
I released this album in 2010. It is full of very catchy songs. Acoustic music to progressive rock here. Many musicians today can’t seem to understand different time signatures. I implemented several and you will see and hear them if you listen well. Lyrics are for the sentient individual that require some real contemplation.
If you could put time in a bottle, you would, wouldn’t you? The answer is YES. Well I did with this the first of a two volume set called King Kong Blues/The Return of Rock N Roll. Romp and tromp bluesy rockodelia.
This is the second volume in the set and it has even more exciting songs to enhance your otherwise miserable ride to work. A significant piece of work. Relieves tension and stress. Romp and tromp, bluesy rockodelia.
I released this album in 2003. It is progressive rock in different time signatures and wild space synths. David plays violin bow guitar several times on this album. It is a concept album about a journey into space. This one is quite a bit of fun. Enjoy!
I released this in 2003. It has songs from most of the albums from my early years. This is something nice to listen to while driving on a sunny day. Sample my music from the early years and relive my dreams of the past.
I released this album in 1995. It was a notion I had about making a musical book that one could turn the pages of. This is an instrumental album with nice guitar work and general jamming. Another album that is great to listen to while driving on a sunny day. Drive on James.
I released this album in 1996.It features many flavors of rock with Zeppelin overtones. John Talbot played bass on “Bop Teeny” and “Togather Together”. Jerry Stafford played the lead guitars on “Symmetry”. Greg Philips played the guitars on “Bop Teeny” and “Togather Together” and co-wrote these two songs.
I released this album in 1995. It has nice acoustic music that reveals broken hearts, lost dreams, lost loves and bittersweet feelings. It also has overtones of my musical influences. I hope you enjoy this one.
I released this album in 1994. It was my first blues album and I learned quite a bit while recording it. This is what gave me the basics of lead guitar and I was able to move forward improving my leads through time.
I released this album in 1990. It was recorded in a Studio in Burlington Ma. It was inspired by the Who’s Tommy which was a concept album or rock opera. I played the drums like Keith Moon would have played them. I began playing bass melodically at this time and grew from there.
I released this in 1989. It is my third album and my first concept album. There are some very sweet songs here and the innocence of my voice and musicianship at the time was refreshing. Re-occurring themes and instrumental pieces are part of this musical dream that became a reality.