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Wind Up World

by Eliot James and the Snakes

Straight up no frill Rock-n-Roll.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. The Laws of Attraction
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2. It''s Gonna Be Alright
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3. All the While
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4. Live To Love
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5. Down On Me
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6. Grey
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7. Be the One
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8. Coming Home
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9. Wind Up World
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Eliot James and the Snakes started in 2000 as the songwriting vehicle for Singer/guitarist James Eliot Jones (better known to the world as "JJ" guitar player for Marvelous 3,the Pleasantdales, SUPERMATIC, Majoun,the Quarryrats :bass player for Butch Walker: and engineer/producer for Rock City Dropouts, the El Caminos, Rockets to Ruin,Open Sky Separators,SKID ROW,GARGANTUA,JJ and the Hustlers, and many more...)based in Atlanta the snakes released 2 full length cds and toured the southeast extensively, untill Jones relocated to Austin TX in Nov. of '06. Jones is currently working on the 3rd cd for Eliot James and the Snakes, slated for a fall release. as well as mixing the forthcoming Quarryrats release, the Hustlers and friends compilation, and a new one from the EL CAMINOS in KODA RECORDINGS new digs... BIO from"All Music Guide": The guitarist James Jones of Atlanta, not to be confused with other rockers with this name from bands such as Bim Skala Bim or Pere Ubu, came to attention in the second half of the '90s with a group named the Pleasantdales. That moniker may bring to mind shaded porches, mandolins, and perhaps the lilt of a chromatic harmonica in the distance, but in reality this group was pure hard rock and about as pleasant as a building demolition. Jones, the lead picker, would go "through every pose emulated by hard rock guitarists-in-training the world over," at least according to one Atlanta rock pundit in comments about the band. An album by the Pleasantdales, effectively titled Pretty Scars, came out in 1998. Jones gave the band a few more years but by 2000 had gone on the road with the Marvelous 3, apparently to give that group an assist in re-creating its guitar-heavy album sound on-stage. At least some of the publicity created by the group refers to the guitarist simply as "J.J.," inviting confusion with at least eight other performers who rely on these initials as a stage name. The guitarist also launched a side project for his own songs called the Snakes. Members include Mark Green on bass, Nick Volpe on guitar, Rob Hammersmith on drums, and backup singer Lauren Betty. ~ Eugene Chadbourne,


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