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Seven Mile Breakdown

by Spoonful James

Seven Mile Breakdown is an original blues-rock album transcending boundaries of funk, blues, rock and soul.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Seven Mile Breakdown
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2. Its All Gonna Pass
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3. Take It Off Him, Put It On Me
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4. Too Many Things
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5. Its Too Late
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6. Closing In
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7. Ain't No Way
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8. Big Legged Woman
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9. That's It For Now
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10. On The Ground
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11. Nothing On My Baby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Seven Mile Breakdown features sit-ins from the legendary Buddy Miles, Bonnie Bramlett, the Muscle Shoals Soul Review to name a few. It is Spoonful James third album and first to be recorded at Duck Tape Music in Decatur, Alabama under the direction of Johnny Sandlin.


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Morewines


Great music from this band. I and my friends love the
music they play. They will be opening for the Taylor
Hicks tour 2007 in Heard Theater at the River Center, Columbus, Georgia.

Tish Pomykal

This is a great album.
This is a great album. It has that live performance feel to it and that's what I really like. My favorite song is Seven Mile

Mike Keith

Sounds Great...
I liked every song on this CD, very good songs and the music/production is very good.
Buddy Miles played great and added to the fill of "Take it off Him.." Very good album...

Musicians Realm

Incredible Breakthrough effort for this fine southen rock band.
SPOONFUL JAMES

SEVEN MILE BREAKDOWN

POSSUM DEN RECORDS


Spoonful James is an original hard-driving southern rock band and the Musicians Realm Featured Artist for April. Originally hailing from Auburn, the foursome now call Atlanta home and are gracing the entire South with their own brand of soulful rock.

From the opening title track, featuring Bonnie Bramlett’s harmonizing vocals to the final cut, Nothing On My Baby with the Muscle Shoals Soul Review horns, Seven Mile Breakdown is a winner and worthy of a breakthrough effort for this fine band. Besides Bramlett’s help on Seven Mile Breakdown and Too Late, the CD features an unexpected contribution from blues-rock veteran Buddy Miles on the funky Take It Off Him, Put It On Me.

Transcending the celebrity contributions on this excellent CD however is the exceptional talent of Spoonful James. Led by the soulful, emotional vocals and moving guitar of Wynn Christian, the band features excellent musicianship throughout. With Quinn Borland on bass, Patrick Lunceford on drums and new addition Jay Wilson on keyboards this foursome flat-out rocks!

Christian proves to be a versatile vocalist, whether he’s belting one out on his own or harmonizing beautifully with Bartlett and Miles. Christian gets credit for most of the first-rate original songwriting as well, with some help from Borland. All songs are Spoonful James originals except Take It Off Him, Put It On Me and Big Legged Woman.

The CD is produced by Johnny Sandlin (Allman Brothers) and Duck Tape Music. Visit the Spoonful James web site for information on ordering this winner of a CD; it’s worth it! Seven Mile Breakdown has a scheduled April 1 release date. The Spoonful James site also features some live video clips and their gig schedule. The band is definitely worth catching if you are lucky enough to be near a venue where they are appearing.

Matthew Keel

Wynne never stops making good music.
I've known Wynne for a long time. I can't say enough about the quality of the people and the music in this band. I hope you guys are reading this. If you are I would just like to say, great CD. Keep it up.

Kristi

Just the right dose of blues!
Believe it or not, I found a Spoonful James t-shirt in a local thrift store and got it because my husband's name is James. He wore it out to a pizza parlor and the waitress told us that she used to listen to their music at school at Auburn University. I had to get the cd. It is a gem in my collection. I really enjoy it...and so does James.

Tom Clarke, Hittin' The Note

One Not To Miss
Set in motion six years ago by college buddies Wynn Christian and Quinn Borland, the band Spoonful James could easily be hurled into the national limelight on the strength of their magnificent Seven Mile Breakdown. Christian is an edgy, eminently soulful singer and a guitarist with exquisite taste. Either on his own or with the bass playing Borland, he's written a cycle of stunning songs and adorned them with musicianship and production (by Johnny Sandlin) coated in a melange of down-home rhythms. The title track begins the album with a simple acoustic guitar figure but rapidly builds a head of steam, chugging along at full power like a southbound locomotive. Christian's fine slide and Bonnie Bramlett's saucy background vocals add much to its potent fuel. On "Take it off Him, Put it on Me," a duet with Buddy Miles, the modus operandi is sweaty, horn-fired funk. Jazzy shadings, beat poet ruminations, a sturdy backbeat and some Claptonesque lead work all have a place in "Too Many Things." All that, some bawdy blues and an affinity for country add up to this mature, impeccably focused and exilarating album.