Jim Boyd | alterNATIVES

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alterNATIVES

by Jim Boyd

Native American rock music from politics to pop which has made it through the final cut for the Native American Music Awards, and is up for Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Record of the Year.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. I'll Be There
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2. Manipulation
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3. Time-Time-Time
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4. Rebel Moon
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5. 24 Hours In A Day
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6. Love & Trust
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7. Story Man
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8. Good-Bye Go Away
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9. Belief
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10. Back Home
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11. The More We're Together
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12. Full Circle
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13. I'll Be There (with Annie Humphrey
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album recently made it through the final cut for the Nammys (Native American Music Awards) for Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and he took home the 2002 Record of the Year. Boyd has performed for three of the five awards shows.

This release is the fifth full length release of Singer/Songwriter Jim Boyd, who is from the Colville Indian Reservation in Washington, State.

alterNATIVES is a 13 song release that ranges from very political songs, to beautiful love songs. It also includes a duet version of I'll Be There with Makoche recording artist Annie Humphrey.

Boyd has collaborated with writer friend Sherman Alexie on music and performances, which included RESERVATION BLUES The Soundtrack that featured songs on the Miramax motion picture SMOKE SIGNALS.

Boyd was also included on the HONOR CD with artists such as Bonnie Raitt, The Indigo Girls, Matthew Sweet, John Trudell, among others. He also performed concerts with many of the artists mentioned.


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Allison Carroll

Alternatives- Jim Boyd
As a huge fan of Jims, I'm a bit partial. I highly recommend FIRST COME - LAST SERVED that was my first cd of his and now I can't get enough.
I love the fact that he can do rock, blues, and his ballads will move you. When I first heard him in SMOKE SIGNALS I knew I had to have his music!
I recommend any of his cd's. He has a unique voice and his lyrics will definitely make you think. Jim, you are an amazing , talented indigenous artist!!!

Allison Carroll

Reservation Bound
Another great cd made by this talented musician!!
I recommend any and all of his works! He can rock with the best and I'm in love with his ballads. He definitely can tell a story with his words and music.

Patty Graves

Great - I bought it specifically for a Sociology report at school.
As I said above, I bought this CD specifically to illustrate the newspaper item I got from our January 19 newspaper. Everyone in the class has to do a "live report" on ethnicity in the United States. I chose this for mine. I will present this tomorrow, and will play your "Time, time, Time" and any others the class would like to hear, and the professor will allow!
Thanks again, P Graves