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Jim Yamouridis - The True Blue Skies (2014)

20-12-2014, 21:02
Music | Folk | Indie

Jim Yamouridis - The True Blue Skies (2014)

Artist: Jim Yamouridis
Title Of Album: The True Blue Skies
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Microcultures
Genre: Folk, Indie
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 43:02 min
Total Size: 100 MB
WebSite: iTunes


01. To Carry The Load (I)
02. Body Of Proof
03. Hey Babe
04. Mireille
05. The True Blue Skies
06. White Linen
07. The Fields And The Meadows
08. I Want You
09. Friend There Is Trouble
10. To Carry The Load (II)
11. Slow

Before becoming the songwriter that we know in France, Jim Yamouridis was the distinguished singer of The Stream, a band he formed in Australia in 1994. Releasing two albums produced by fellow songwriter Conway Savage, of The Bad Seeds, the band became popular in the Melbourne music scene. P.J. Harvey with John Parish
notably covered one of Jim's songs, ‘The Rider’.

In the early 2000's, Yamouridis moved to France where he began playing numerous concerts, and recorded his first solo album The Name of This Place. Shortly afterwards, he met guitarist, and producer Seb Martel on a collaborative project, which led to the production of his following albums, Travelling Blind, and Into the Day. The latter featuring as guest musician, the illustrious Warren Ellis. This period sees Yamouridis working on diverse collaborative projects, highlighted by a Rembetiko project with Nicolas Syros, and tours in Ireland with Conway Savage. His album tours in France, allow him to work with a variety of musicians giving form to a band of regulars: Sarah Murcia (double bass), and Fabrice Barré (bass clarinet), with Seb Martel. Today, we can add the talents of Nicholas Thomas (vibraphone, percussion), Laure Brisa (harp), and Christophe Lavergne (drums).

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