Sunday, May 2, 2021

James - The Morning After (2010)

James - The Morning After (2010)

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James - The Morning After
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"Got the Shakes" – 2:57
"Dust Motes" – 4:13
"Tell Her I Said So" – 4:37
"Kaleidoscope" – 3:06
"Rabbit Hole" – 3:41
"Make for This City" – 4:28
"Lookaway" – 4:18
"Fear" – 3:49

James Band Members / Musicians

Tim Booth – lead vocals
Jim Glennie – bass guitar
Larry Gott – guitar
Saul Davies – guitar, violin
Mark Hunter – keyboards
David Baynton-Power – drums
Andy Diagram – trumpet
Additional musicians

4J – backing vocals (track 3)

James – producer
Lee Muddy Baker – vocal producer, vocal recording
Desmond Lambert – engineer
Antonio Feola – engineer
Jonathon Shakhovskay – mixing
Bryan Wilson – assistant mix engineer
Rhys Downing – assistant mix engineer
Geoff Pesche – mastering
Adam Rix – design, art direction
The Neighbourhood – illustration

The Morning After is the 12th studio album by British rock band James, serving as the second of two mini-albums. As their first mini-album The Night Before was being released in April 2010, the band began working on its follow-up. Spending less than a week in the studio, the band self-produced the sessions, with Lee Muddy Baker handling vocal production. The Morning After featured slower and softer songs, in contrast to the happy, upbeat ones heard on The Night Before. Preceded by festival appearances in the UK, Greece and Portugal, The Morning After was released on 6 September. The album reached number 19 in the UK, and received a mainly favourable response from music critics, with some of them stating it was the better release out of the two mini-albums. The band promoted it with tours in North America, Portugal and the UK.

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