Finney James | King of the Sinners

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King of the Sinners

by Finney James

Dark side of Folk music
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Think of You
4:04 album only
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2. Boathouse
3:28 album only
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3. The Crowned One
3:54 album only
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4. Fallin' Like Stones
2:48 album only
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5. The Mourning
3:37 album only
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6. Next Time Around
4:30 album only
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7. Deep
3:59 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Finney James – Vocals, Guitar, Piano

Eric Watters – Guitar Think of You, Backing Vocals Boathouse
Matt Alexander – Guitar Boathouse

Produced by Finney James
Recorded at Blue Room Studio with Josh Moehr &
Dream Catchers Studio with Eric Watters
Mixed & Mastered at Dream Catchers Studio with Eric Watters

All songs written by Finney James

Cover art Finney James

Executive Producer - Jeff Baker
Baker International Records

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Chapman James

Darker side of Acoustifolk
I have been in the audience of so many incarnations of the talent that is Finney James. This album is a collection of years of work in writing and performing drawn from the experience of an artist that sees the world in a unique way and passes that reflection on simply give us a glimpse of what emotion sounds like. I have enjoyed these songs live and their recordings are as deeply personal as if Finney were playing right in front me.
Chapman James
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