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Jim Camacho - Everywhere (Live Deluxe Edition) (2016)

21-04-2016, 09:56
Pop | Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Everywhere (Live Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Broken
Genre: Pop Rock, Indie, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 46:26
Total Size: 116/341 Mb


1. Big Little World
2. Hold on Ariel
3. Everywhere
4. Clear Design
5. How Do You Like Me Now
6. Who Stole the Sun
7. California (Live)
8. Hold on Ariel (Live)
9. Clear Design (Live)
10. Big Little World (Live)
11. How Do You Like Me Now (Live)
12. Is It Me (Live)
13. Who Knows (Live)
14. Everywhere (Live)
15. Good Things Are Coming (Live)

One of South Florida’s most renowned singers, songwriters and multi-talented musicians, Beachfront Defeat, marks the latest chapter in a varied and distinguished career. His is a prodigious trajectory, one that encompasses an exceptional array of recordings and concerts, as well as active involvement in theater, film, television, and radio. The recipient of numerous awards – including New Times kudos for "Best Songwriter" and "Best Acoustic Performer” – Camacho has not only been an integral part of the South Florida music scene, but also an emerging talent on the national stage.
Camacho made his initial mark with the Goods, a band that was widely acknowledged as one of the most impressive outfits to emerge from these southernmost realms. The band released five albums throughout the ‘90s, including the iconic rock opera 5 Steps to Getting Signed, which won the prestigious “Album of the Year” honors at the Florida Jammy Awards. The single “I’m Not Average” from their critically acclaimed album Mint reached number one on the Radio & Record charts in Florida, and eventually led to a major label signing with a division of Polygram Records and an extraordinary biographical documentary which aired on VH1.
Continuing to expound upon the engagingly melodic stance he procured with the Goods, Camacho went on to release three highly anticipated solo albums in the new millennium, garnering the Gold Remi award in the Music Video category at the 40th Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival for his song titled “Houdini.”
In addition to his individual efforts, Camacho has also contributed to several film soundtracks, including the Grammy nominated, “Tom Dowd & the Language of Music,” Paris Hilton’s “Pledge This,” and “Fatboy,” nominated for “Best Use of Music in a Documentary” accolades at the Sundance Film Festival. Most recently, he reunited with his brother John, with whom he co-founded the Goods, in a new band, Hail Mary. The group’s self-titled debut is also scheduled for a late summertime release.
In recent years, Camacho has also boldly ventured into theatrical realms and specifically, the musical stage. The concert version of his well-received original musical, “Fools’ Paradise,” was previewed in Miami and New York, and a full scale workshop, directed and choreographed by the celebrated artistic wunderkind Jonathan Cerullo, was recently staged before an audience of producers and investors. Camacho’s latest theatrical endeavor, “Guru,” recently had its preview in Miami.
Camacho has toured extensively in recent years, performing at such notable venues as Radio City Music Hall, the Kodak Theater, and the Mirage Hotel, in additional to participating in high profile tours by such national acts as John Legend and Alicia Keys. A tireless and talented troubadour, he makes every new initiative an event well worth waiting for.

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