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Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Tom Rothrock (Beck, Elliott Smith, Badly Drawn Boy), Back To Bedlam takes the listener through heartfelt songs of unattainable romances, lost loves and friends failures before climaxing with Jamess first-hand experience of war. Songs of universal appeal, all delivered with a powerfully unique vocal. In a world where division is rife and government intelligence (in both senses of the word) remains questionable, Jamess songs override and unite.
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This album contains some diverse styles of songs all written or co-written by James himself. There are hooks here that grab you immediately and the vocal range that James possesses is very wide.
My favourite tracks are the opening track (and hopefully hit single) 'High', 'Fire and rain', 'Cry' and the closing 'No bravery'.
The albums digipack presentation and glossy lyric book are also very impressive.
This deserves five stars despite its short playing time (just over 39 minutes) although sometimes, tracks stretched out and lesser tracks included don't always make an album any better.
You need to do as I did, spend hours listening to sat many snippets as possible and you will find music you will love by people you have never heard of.
The songs are very strong. The production is simple, but effective, and James' voice is a remarkable instrument. The album has not been hyped. It's been around for just under a year, and developed organically. The songs change from up-tempo to slow and dark. Some have a band-like feel, others stripped down and raw. It feels like an intimate album that reflects it's independent record label roots, but confident enough to be relevant to a broad spectrum of people.
If you are shallow enough not to like posh people, or inadequate enough to despise anything that is popular in order to show off your independent thinking, don't get this album. If you appreciate good music, I recommend you give Back to Bedlam a go.
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