Sunday, May 2, 2021

James - Seven (1992)


James - Seven (1992)


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James - Seven

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1. "Born of Frustration"   4:21

2. "Ring the Bells"   4:45

3. "Sound"   6:40

4. "Bring a Gun"   3:42

5. "Mother"   2:40

6. "Don't Wait That Long"   6:39

7. "Live a Love of Life"   4:18

8. "Next Lover" (not on original vinyl version)   5:27

9. "Heavens"   3:56

10. "Protect Me"   3:05

11. "Seven"   3:22






James Band Members / Musicians

Tim Booth – vocals

Andy Diagram – trumpet, backing vocals

Dave Baynton-Power – drums, percussion

Jim Glennie – bass guitar

Saul Davies – guitars, violin, backing vocals, percussion

Mark Hunter – keyboards

Larry Gott – guitar


Durga McBroom — backing vocals (track 6)


Youth – producer (tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 8 and 11)

Spike Stent – recording (tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 8 and 11), mixing (track 6)

James – producer (tracks 2, 5, 7, 9 and 10)

Steve Chase – producer (tracks 2, 5, 7, 9 and 10)

Tim Palmer – mixing (all except track 6)

Lennart Nilsson – cover photography

Simon Fowler – band photography

Andy Ekins – passport portraits

Stylorouge – design





Seven is the 4th studio album by English rock band James. It was released on 17 February 1992, through Fontana Records. The band worked on new material in early 1991 with Gil Norton, only for him to leave the project to work with the Pixies. After an unsuccessful attempt to get Flood, and fearing the exhaustion from co-producing their third studio album Gold Mother (1990), the band sought a new producer. Seven was recorded with Youth producing half of the songs, while the remainder was produced between James and Steve Chase, at The Manor and Olympic Studios. Described as an stadium rock album, Seven drew comparison to the likes of Simple Minds and U2.

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