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Out to Lunch

by Drew James

Drew's lyrical and musical style earned him the title of "Master of the Bittersweet" from Butch Kara of KZGM-FM. Out to Lunch is very true to this style.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Miss Lucy
3:05 $0.45
2. Blame It on the Moon
4:36 $0.45
3. Did You Say?
3:37 $0.45
4. Love
4:09 $0.45
5. Where There's a Will
3:46 $0.45
6. I've Come Home
3:40 $0.45
7. Long John
4:57 $0.45
8. Luck Is for Losers
4:14 $0.45
9. Pyromaniac
5:08 $0.45
10. Sweet Magic
3:22 $0.45
11. Next Time Around
3:18 $0.45
12. The Soundwall
4:13 $0.45
13. Rainy Holiday
3:41 $0.45
14. Sign of the Times
5:33 $0.45
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Album Notes
Award winning songwriter Drew James performs his solo act all over the west coast, primarily in the bay area, including the Bread and Roses concert series. Drew’s songs receive airplay around the globe.

Drew's studio releases ”Out to Lunch (2017), “Love Through a Prism” (2015), “Screaming at the Sky” (2012) and “Mystic Rhythm Fingers” (2010) include his most requested songs. His 2007 acoustic release "Way Beyond the Maze" includes the Great American Song Contest award winner "You Can Cry to Me" and the Billboard World Song Contest award winner “Thicker than Blood.” His 2006 release “The Last Second Chance,” produced by Bruce Kaphan, was submitted for Grammy consideration. It includes the Billboard Song Contest award winner "That Old Friday Night Feeling." The CD was also featured at the Toofy Film Festival in Boulder, Colorado. He appeared on Shuteye Records’ “United State of Americana” compilation CD that made it to #53 on the Americana Music Association charts in 2005.

“On his The Last Second Chance CD (2006), Drew James has created his own music realm, attractive and hospitable to any Real Music lover, no matter his or her genre preferences. Strictly speaking, the album is recorded in a folk-rock key, but there's so much True Blue feeling in every track that they sound "more Blues" to me than many of the "canonized" 12-bar standards. The arrangements and performance are tasteful and natural, and the production is simply perfect (a George Martin level work done by guitarist Bruce Kaphan). To those yet deciding whether to buy or not this CD, I'd say it'd be one of their best investments, a "long term" one - the more you play this record, the better it sounds. Drew James' music world is a place to stay - "you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave".”
- Paul Bondarovski, Midnight Special Blues Radio

“As Far As I Know subscribes to traditional roots songwriting, but bends the rules slightly by subverting traditional sounds with intimate singer/songwriter blues tones” – Ryan Hoffer, Shuteye Records A&R



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