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Mr James Bright

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Mr.James Bright is a guitar wielding song-maestro. He knows a tune when he feels one, and he has the unique ability to spread the goodness directly to your music nostrils. Having played with various musical outfits (MeOne, Soup, Milo Fitzpatrick and Jack Wylie of the Portico Quartet) in his local land of Winchestershire , he first took a solo dive in 2007. Since then he’s been hangin’ with the Tape Club Records collective, writing and releasing dynamite folk-funk along the way. He’s been played on Radio 1 by Huw Stephens and Rob Da Bank, been in magazines and sported the loudest sock/sneaker combo you could ever care to imagine.

Recently James has been buried deeply in the eary midsts of the studio, working with Tape Club’s own Gillan McGlaughlin, P*Nut (Amy Winehouse, Wiley, Faithless) and Fear of Theydon (It Hugs Back,Grand National) from the Sunday Best team. The Frankenmusic-monster that these guys have helped James to create is beyond alarming. A collection of rhytmically vibrant and aurally spanktastic tracks has been born - the true sound of Mr.Bright is here. It’s big, it’s bold and it’s beautiful!

Keep an eye out for the venues near you, this boy is gonna be there swinging his pants and if you’ve got time to pop on your wellies and come on down -you’ll be wetting yours at the same time

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  • ameliemellow

    Whaaaat??? No description yet? Unbelievable. Saw him play at Art's Cafe in London recently with a narwhal and he forgot one of his songs, but he was incredible! Prefer his lo-fi versions, but he's got an incredibly amazing voice! This album's worth the money:D

    27 Jan 2010 Reply

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