James Geier | God, the Others and Me

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God, the Others and Me

by James Geier

Songs from the heart and from the soul of New folk and Americana
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Take Me Under
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2. In Between
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3. In These Matters
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4. One of a Kind
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5. Hold On
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6. Jubilee
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7. Step Up
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8. On Any Given Day
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9. While You´re Lying There Sleeping
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10. Thirty-Five
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11. Up Against the Years
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12. Yield
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13. Yourself Not Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is me at the crossroads between yesterday and tomorrow with my story, a story as good as any, with turns and bumps in the road, long droughts and high times that, day by day, month by month and year by year, have led me here.
Just a village kid and born European with a great love of songs and stories, good fun, acting and the down to earth.
Finally willing to let it all go. Learning to trust, shape, move and make. Heading for the next junction and the next me, meeting the next you and we´ll talk and walk part of the way together, on roads so obvious yet often hard to make out, joined by companions, hobos and angles with countless smiles as beacons to light the way.
So we´re right here.
If you´d care to join me, you´d gladden my heart.


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Kurt

Lovely, cool and mellow
This record is simply lovely.
If you like smooth, mellow and melodious pop music then you will love this CD.
The up-tempo numbers such as Take Me Under, One of a Kind or Hold on will have you tapping your feet and humming along. And ballads such as the ever so gentle Jubilee will leave you sighing.

Wooden Feather

Let him sing you a story
"I love the sound of James Geier’s new CD “God, the Others and Me”. Why? No clue. It’s comfortable, engaging at times, reassuring, relaxing and positive. It’s just – very nice. With such an expert description, you’d never have guessed that professional audio critic I’m not, right?

But — unlike the conclusion you might reach if you watch MTV or listen to the majority of the radio stations — there is more to a song than just a tune. To me, every good song is a journey, the one where you are taken on a path you knew not existed. It’s a story, a short odyssey into a mind of a gifted storyteller. It’s a trigger to temporarily escape the repetition path we pace day in and day out, it’s a calling to stop and smell the flowers, if you will.

For a stranger to sing the words that you’ll find engaging, you have to feel honesty and there is more self-honesty oozing out of the 13 songs on Geier’s album than you, I and your three best friends had courage to amass in our lifetimes. Let him sing you a story and you will feel love, hurt, insecurity and commitment and you will believe him. Let him sing you a story and if you listen carefully, you will hear that he is not singing about himself, but rather about you and your life.

I know diddley about music, but I know words and these are as good as you will find in a song. Try them and you might learn something about yourself you knew all the time, but you just couldn’t formulate as well as God, the Others and James Geier do." B.K.