The Colorblind James Experience. Members: Bernie Heveron, Colorblind James, G. Elwyn Meixner, Jim McAvaney, Uncle Phil Marshall. Variations: Viewing All The Colorblind James Experience. Colorblind James Experience. The Colorblind James Experience. Why Should I Stand Up? (Album). Death Valley Records (4), Cooking Vinyl.
Colorblind James: vocals, guitar, vibes, Casio keyboard John Ebert: trombone Ken Frank: acoustic bass Phil Marshall: electric guitar Dave McIntire: clarinet Jimmy McAvaney: drums w/ the snare turned off. This is the first track on the Why Should I Stand Up album. CBJ's sophomore effort. I’ve just recently began listening to the Why Should I Stand Up album after leaving it alone for many years.
The Colorblind James Experience. Last update on: July 25, 2017. of game I'm on the outside anyhow I can see from here so why should I stand up? A fellow could get hurt doing something foolish, doing something rash I once overheard some villain say, that he who fights and runs away, lives to fight, lives to fight, lives to fight another day Is there nothing in this world to fight for? Is there nothing in this world to change? Is there nothing in this world that matters? Is there no reason to take a stand? What about justice? What about freedom?
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The Colorblind James Experience began life as Colorblind James & The White Caps. While primarily based around the original songs of Chuck Cuminale, . Colorblind James, the band also featured original songs by lead guitarist G. Elwyn Meixner. On October 17, 1988 the band landed at Heathrow airport ready to embark on what would be the first of three European tours. The all-acoustic album Strange Sounds From the Basement was released only in the UK and found the band working under the name Colorblind James and the Death Valley Boys, though they were subsequently dropped by Cooking Vinyl and Gold Castle. 1991-1993: American success eludes the band. The release of Solid!
The best album by The Colorblind James Experience is Why Should I Stand Up? which is ranked number 30,985 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 22. The Colorblind James Experience is ranked number 14,607 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 22. Product Details. THE COLORBLIND JAMES EXPERIENCE Thats Entertainment (Rare) 12" Vinyl Single Condition: Used. Time left: 3d 19h 10m 18s. Ships to: Worldwide. The Colorblind James Experience - Why Should I Stand Up? CD Condition: Very Good
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Colorblind James Experience were an alternative roots/pop/rock band founded in 1980 in San Francisco, California. Bandleader and itarist "Colorblind" James Charles Cuminale was originally from Rochester, New York but assembled early versions of what would become the Experience in Oswego, New York before relocating to San Francisco. After a couple years of mixed results there, the band regrouped and moved again, this time back to Rochester which remained its home base until Cuminale's premature death in 2001. Their "Dance Critters" single reached number 10 on the UK Indie Chart, while their albums Colorblind James Experience and Why Should I Stand Up reached numbers 5 and 13 respectively. Update this biography Complete biography of Colorblind James Experience .