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Apr
07
James Kole @ Phoenix Film Festival

Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


With an upbeat bluesy feel, James Kole takes his listeners on a high voltage tour of ten original compositions on his new CD VOLTAGE AND FIDELITY. Listening to Kole you could easily imagine him firmly grounded at either end of a wide musical spectrum - from blues guitarist to folk singer. Interestingly it's his ability to combine the best elements from either side that gives him his own unique and personal sound. With a Fender Telecaster strapped on, and a harmonica around his neck, you might get that "Bob Dylan inpression", but Kole's music is closer to to Clapton than Dylan. The songs OWN ALONE and TAKE ME BACK are good examples. Other high-volt tracks include the opening song; ONLY EIGHT, and a rockin' shuffle NOW'S THE TIME. Kole puts the final touch on the CD with a pretty Mexican cantina serenade AL FIN. - L. Johns
- High Sonoran Style Magazine


Discography

Voltage and Fidelity ('04)
Big Orange Sun ('02)
Between Dreams ('00)
Liberty ('98)
Keep On Pushin' On ('96)

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Film Composer-Singer/Songwriter.

Credits:
James Kole's 'Dorwning in Love' appears in MIRAMAX's 'Track Down'

'What Will it Take' featured in upcoming feature film 'Pieces of
Eight' directed by Adam Carl.

'Today' appears on PF Chang's, AZ Rock 'N' Roll Marathon 2005
compilation CD.

“In The Way” appears in “By Chance”, ‘05 Sundance Film Festival
Selection.

'Baby Love' appears on PF Chang's, AZ Rock 'N' Roll Marathon 2004
compilation CD.

James Kole, winner of the Saguaro Film Festival's 2002 BEST MUSIC
category for 'Big Orange
sun'.

James Kole’s image and song, “Once in a Blue Moon”, from the album
Between Dreams, are
featured on episode 504 of MTV’s, “Undressed”.

“Drowning In Love”, off the album Between Dreams is used Miramax's
'Cybertraque'.

Kole’s, “Little Blue”, appears on the Scottish Winters Productions
lullaby compilation CD
'Lullabies From Around The World'.

“The Ride is Over”, from Kole’s 1st release appears on Rockhouse Records
compilation cd,
“17 Shades of Blue”.

Current projects:

"Al Fin" to appear in award winning feature film "COney Island Baby".

Scoring 14 min. short 'Returnable' (http://www.stoneproductions.com).

Scoring 15 min. short 'The Last Laugh' by director Ricardo Urroz.

Placing 'Out of the Night' and 'I Don't Believe in Loving You' in
upcoming Indie film from
Above the Line Media (currently in post production).

http://www.jameskole.com (ASCAP)
James Kole Publishing (ASCAP)