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James Day - Firecracker (2009)

2-06-2014, 16:54
Music | Blues

James Day - Firecracker (2009)

Artist: James Day
Title Of Album: Firecracker
Year Of Release: 2009
Genre: Jump Blues
Label: Neon Blue Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 40:08
Total Size: 108 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Blues On A Fuse (3:20)
02. Big Money (3:30)
03. Better Watch Your Step (4:43)
04. The Two Girls (2:35)
05. Fish Where They Bite (3:17)
06. Down The Shore (3:37)
07. Power Down (2:39)
08. Man About Town (2:57)
09. Boiled Peanuts (3:10)
10. Dead Broke Blues (4:02)
11. Before I Go (3:18)
12. Too Many Tattoos (2:54)

James Day was born in Valdosta Georgia in 1961.As a military dependant he lived all over the world for 3 year stints. James and his brother Jeff both picked up the guitar and played duo gigs while living overseas. When the family returned to their hometown of Biloxi Mississippi James absorbed the Blues and American roots music played in the southern clubs and jukes in this raucous seaside town. He moved to New Orleans to play guitar in the Rockabilly Roots band The Casuals. The Casuals worked the New Orleans and the Gulf Coast music scenes.When the Casuals disbanded in 1984, he took a 13 year hiatus from the music business to pursue water skiing, snowboarding and sailing. During that time, James held a series of jobs from airbrush artist to crawfish/fish fry caterer (hence the band’s name). A satellite installation job brought him to Philadelphia and a woman convinced him to stay. He took up the harmonica, playing as a side man in area swing and blues bands.

James started his own project, James Day and the Fish Fry in 2003. The band’s combined showmanship and musical talents forged a sound of Jump Blues and New Orleans R&B. The Fish Fry found an enthusiastic audience and quickly became popular in the Mid -Atlantic area. They have backed many National Blues stars to include Johnny Dyer, Gary Primach, Nappy Brown, James Harman, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith and Pine Top Perkins among others.Their debut CD, Blue Latitudes was an all original song meander down the Mississippi river, treating fans to a selection of each Blues style along the way.

James work on the reeds was initially influenced by Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williams II records, and later influenced by modern Blues harmonica players; Kim Wilson and Rick Estrin. His style has evolved to more of a horn player spinning unexpected lines and reserved phrasing that shows the influence of his East Coast harp mentors, Dennis Gruenling and Steve Guyger.

As a humorous front man, James’ vocal style leans toward the old Blues shouters, Big Joe Turner, and Smiley Lewis. In addition to his harmonica and vocal skills, James Day is a witty and imaginative songwriter with the ability to turn a phrase with clever word play.

James Day and the Fish Fry play their definitive style of “Jump Blues and New Orleans Grooves” at clubs, summer concerts and Blues festivals in the Mid Atlantic and also up and down the East Coast. With Jeff Michael on acoustic bass, Ron Baldwin on piano, Mark Thornton on percussion, Greg Snyder on guitar, and Mark Shewchuk on drums, the Fish Fry provide the energy and racket to fuel one wild, swingin’, house-rocking party.

Jump Blues and New Orleans Grooves with Harmonica puncuated with clever lyrics. Produced By James Harman and engineered by Nathan James. All West Coast Musician Revue featuring Carl Sonny Leyland,Buddy Clarke,Marty Dodson and Michael Bonedaddy Tempo.

Carl “Sonny” Leyland on keyboards
Nathan James on guitars
Marty Dodson on trap drums
Dale Buddy Clark on acoustic bass
Jonny Viau on tenor sax
Tony Matoian on baritone sax
James Michael Tempo on percussion

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