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Name:Joshua James The Sun Is Always Brighter (Advance) 2008 404

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ARTiST: Joshua James
ALBUM: The Sun Is Always Brighter
BiTRATE: 170kbps avg
QUALiTY: EAC Secure Mode / LAME 3.97 Final / -V2 --vbr-new / 44.100Khz
LABEL: Intelligent Noise Records
GENRE: Indie
SiZE: 60.26 megs
PLAYTiME: 0h 46min 51sec total
RiP DATE: 2008-05-20
STORE DATE: 2008-06-03

Track List:
01. The New Love Song 4:23
02. Soul & The Sea 4:09
03. Geese 4:27
04. FM Radio 2:24
05. Today 3:59
06. Lord, Devil & Him 3:24
07. Dangerous 6:21
08. You\'re The Cocaine 4:19
09. Abbie Martin 3:29
10. Tell My Pa 3:17
11. Our Brother\'s Blood 3:31
12. Commodore 3:08

Release Notes:
Joshua James is yet another version of the so-called singer-songwriter. In the
overflowing sea of this genre, Joshua is an artist that is steadily rising to
the surface. Music is best when it cuts to the bone, when it offers immediate,
simple satisfaction. It? hard to define, but you know it when you hear it. In
the whispery, distinct voice of Joshua James, the stage is set for this kind of
instant gratification.

Joshua was raised in the heartland of Lincoln, Nebraska. Most of his teenage
years were spent waxing rails and kick flipping his way through the local skate
scene. At the age of 19, Joshua packed his bags and traveled abroad through
South America, spending most of his time in Venezuela. Seeing the culture of
another part of the world was an eye opening experience for him, and it provided
a catalyst for the inspiration he would soon begin to tap. Upon his return to
the U.S., Joshua found his true calling and began to write. It had taken him
almost 20 years to pick up a guitar, but this inauguration had a spontaneous
effect on his life. It was like his voice was there all along waiting for a
chance to escape. And now at 24 years of age, Joshua has blossomed into one of
the best new voices to come along in some time, and he? just started his

Joshua currently calls Utah home, and it is here that he began captivating
audiences. First at house parties, but quickly becoming a staple on the Salt
Lake City and Provo music scenes. Joshua has had a prolific few years and his
songs have made their way onto the internet through social networking sites such
as myspace. It was through the internet that some of Joshua? demos caught the
ear of Los Angeles based producer Shannon Edgar. In May of 2006, Joshua came to
Los Angeles to record his debut record, ?he Sun Is Always Brighter.?Shannon
rounded up a group of musicians at his studio in Burbank, and the intimate
gathering provided the perfect accompaniment to the stark and austere nature of
Joshua? music.

? used to isolate myself in my parents basement, away from my five siblings,
and devour records by Dylan, Marley and The Doors,?says James. These influences
are clear in the simple beauty of his songs, deconstructed yet complicated. One
could say his material deals in the contrast of absolutes: Love and Hate, Life
and Death, Good and Evil, Pleasure and Pain. ?t? not all black and white, I do
enjoy intricacy in my story telling,?states Joshua. ?ut leaving the gray area
there for the audience to draw from often means more,?he adds.

The lyrics paint a somber picture on the one hand, but also have a way of
bringing out the beauty that can coexist during challenging times of our lives.
On ?he Sun Is Always Brighter,?the songs ?ell My Pa?and ?ord, Devil, and
Him? provide a deeply personal account of the struggles associated with
substance abuse that Joshua? two younger brothers have had to face. Both of
these songs paint a vivid picture of this battle. At other points on the record,
Joshua becomes a story teller, like in ?M Radio? where Joshua tells the
chronicle of a childhood friend struggling with her father? premature death. In
?ommodore?Joshua gives us a snapshot of the Holocaust from a child? point of

What is clear throughout the record, is that Joshua James has something to say,
and he uses his arresting voice to deliver his message. ?he New Love Song?
talks about the overabundance of superficial ?ove?songs, and presents other
priorities that we face in our troubled times. ?eese?addresses the
environment, and ?ur Brother? Blood?is a commentary on the U.S. presence in
Iraq. All of these songs have meaningful, insightful lyrics, that are
complimented by Joshua? compelling vocal delivery and performance.
Joshua has been out touring on the West Coast and recently played the Sundance
Film Festival. He will also be performing at SXSW in Austin this March, and
there is a groundswell of momentum that has been building. Joshua has a striking
live presence and does not disappoint his audience. With the true gift he
possesses as an artist, and the passion and ambition he has for his musical
calling, it is clear that he will continue to convert audiences for years to

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