Ceri James | The Lost Souls Parade

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The Lost Souls Parade

by Ceri James

Self produced third studio album from the alternative singersongwriter recorded with an extremely talented group of musicians. This a fine collection of songs and stories interwoven with wonderful melodies that captures the spirit of indie rock pop & folk
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Into The Infinite
4:06 album only
2. Mistress Muse
3:33 album only
3. Michelangelo's Apostle
2:36 album only
4. The Real Coffee Shop
5:36 album only
5. The Great Eugenics Experiment
2:30 album only
6. Boy Be A Man
4:55 album only
7. Hey Outsider
4:22 album only
8. Entropy/Undead Awake
3:16 album only
9. Lara Always Used To
3:36 album only
10. The West Wales Countryside
4:53 album only
11. Known And Unknown
4:09 album only
12. Goddess On A Hiway
3:38 album only
13. I've Seen The Devil (Single Version 2011) [Bonus Track]
5:11 album only
14. For The Loss Of A Friend (Reissue 2011) [Bonus Track]
3:51 album only


Album Notes

Ceri James grew up in Swansea South Wales and his family are mostly Welsh but he was born in Fulham London and has been living in the Capital for over 15 years. He currently lives in South East London."I've had the best of both worlds."

He joined a school band at the age of 15 called Gwylan and after attending University he returned to music in 1997 as the bass player in London band Zen. Zen toured France regularly during this time often playing retro R'n'B and classic British band music. His influences around this time were classic British bands such as The Kinks, Pulp, The Beatles, Radiohead and Blur.... After leaving Zen he joined various different indie influeced bands such as Atomic Central, The Outsiders and The Bridge but he returned to Zen in 2004 only to leave again 12 months later after they cut a single. In 2007 he helped form Tuesday Heartbreak with James Tobin and Dennis Dine they also released one single but went their seperate ways the following year. After the split he chose to follow a solo career as an alternative singer songwriter influenced by indie/pop and roots music.

His first solo album Start & Begin was released in June 2008 but prior to this date he released a track on the first Angular CD as The Bridge which was voted No 1 compilation 2004 by NME. Later he would make contributions to the Raw and Unplugged in New X CD or (I LOVE N X) (Finished No. 6 in Rough Trade's best Compilations of 2005) and the follow up album Replugged In New Cross - Ceri compiled both of these albums. In the past he's recorded with Gordon Raphael producer of The Strokes, Mark Estall (THWFOS) and Gary Brady (Bunnymen, Brut Chorus). In Nov 2005 he went on a mini Tour of L.A. and supported Art Brut at the Echo on Sunset Boulevard. He plays regularly in Central London and South East London and after the release of his first solo album he made a short tour of the UK. Sometimes he solo, in a duo or backed by a full band.He has played on the same bill as bands/artists such as Art Brut, Glenn Tilbrook, Mark Morriss (Bluetones), Tom Hingley (Inspirals) and Pop Levi to name a few. His second solo album was released in Sep 2009 entitled Win, Lose and Some You Can't Tell. Self produced third studio album The Lost Souls Parade is available from 2011 and promises to be his best work yet.



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