Jim Koeppel | Lovesick James

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Lovesick James

by Jim Koeppel

Melodic rock produced by Eric ""Roscoe" Ambel (Steve Earle, Joan Jett, Del Lords, etc), these songwriting gems are a departure from Jim's blues band. Tasty guitar work by Jim and Roscoe. Contributions by Rob Arthur, Keith Christopher, Phil Cimino, et al.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Magdalena Doesn't Know It
3:01 album only
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2. It's Not My Life
2:59 album only
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3. Nothing to Do With Love
2:20 album only
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4. Had a Dream
4:47 album only
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5. You Don't Have to Walk On Water
3:42 album only
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6. Revelation Rock
2:05 album only
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7. The Faintest Idea
3:00 album only
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8. If You're Not Satisified
2:51 album only
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9. Too Much Space
3:18 album only
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10. Hey Good Looking
3:11 album only
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11. Her Love
3:07 album only
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12. Too Late
3:31 album only
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13. Yesterday
5:35 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
His last CD entitled LOVESICK JAMES, was produced by renowned producer and guitarist Eric "Roscoe" Ambel (Del-Lords, Yayhoos, Steve Earle & the Dukes, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Keri Noble, Casey Neil, Syd Straw, Mojo Nixon...)

A music veteran and founder of various roots, blues and country combos (including Motel 6, Who Slapped John and Shuck & Jive), Jim Koeppel also led his own band in the New York area during much of the 1980s and '90s, opening for Taj Mahal, Doc Watson and David Bromberg. He released his first solo record, Johnny's in the Doghouse, in late 1998. Koeppel's songs have also appeared in numerous award winning independent films.

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