James Heaton | A Reason to Fall

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A Reason to Fall

by James Heaton

This instrumental album is the story of a fallen angel named Hael who comes to Earth to experiences love. With soaring guitars that sound like overdriven cello's and orchestral backgrounds, the songs will posses you and fill you with hope.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. A Reason to Fall
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2. Dance of the Seven Headed Beast
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3. Solara
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4. Little Miss Decadence
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5. Anam Cara
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6. Super Neon
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7. Angela
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8. Lost in You
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9. The Spanish Dancer
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10. Gods Revolver
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11. Neco Draco
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12. Electric Mistress
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13. Eden
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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James Heaton has been playing guitar since 1984, inspired at first by Eddie Van Halen and Steve Vai, he later discovered Joe Satriani and finally Jimi Hendrix.

James has a passion for Hendrix's fuzzface sound as well as an infatuation of cello's and violins. Combining the two he developed a unique sound that mimics the cellos throaty singing voice and the dirty feel of an overdriven Marshall amp.

A self confessed effects addict, James utilizes all the sounds he can find from slides, to ebows, to guitar synths, even chrome steel guitar picks. All mixed with the haunting melodic minor scales that James so loves.

Hailing from Greenville SC, James has played for numerous bands. One of his early bands, Yuk Foo opened for The Black Crowes in Savannah Ga, later on James played with Existant and produced a full length CD. James moved onto SecondLife and is currently working on building his own group.


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