Title: So Many Ways
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
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He offered James an album deal with Factory, but the band, by now a settled live act, were worried about tarnishing their material in the studio and settled instead for a three-track EP. Their debut release, the Jimone EP, was recorded at Strawberry Studios, Stockport, in August 1983 and released on Factory Records in September. It led to the band providing the support for The Smiths between February and April 1985 on the Meat is Murder tour. The Smiths covered James' 'What's The World' track during this tour. Booth and Glennie had joined a sect named Lifewave that imposed many restrictions on their lifestyle and threatened the band's stability. The band's second EP, James II, was released over a year after the first and accompanied by a feature on the cover of the NME, Gilbertson having been replaced by the band's guitar tutor Larry Gott.
Hey, nah ya goin miss up on the G-Funk era Ya know we said things won for Warren G, him soon turned superstar. 11-10-70 that was my intro But now in 94, I'm rollin a 64 Cuz things get shady where the grass is greener Niggas throwin up sets in hoods like they neva seen a Young mack daddy do his thing cuz I pack right I got 44 ways to make you act right And its a shame
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
- Copyright (c) – WEA Records Ltd.
- Artwork [Drawing By] – John Carroll
- Engineer – Gil Norton
- Producer – Lenny Kaye
- Written-By – James
NotesTrack times not listed on release.
|JIM 4, 928 715-7||James||So Many Ways (7", Single)||Sire, Blanco Y Negro||JIM 4, 928 715-7||UK||1986|