Viewofakind | Believe in How

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Believe in How

by Viewofakind

Along with sour notes or “noises” James Orton's vocals are from original lyrics but part “one take” and some improv, which is evident in almost all of the recordings.
Genre: Folk: Urban Folk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In the many ways art can present itself to you, it is the artist's pleasure in the many things you may see. James Orton, painter and musician produces works in audio and visual form as reference to existence. Life has shown its unpredictability as well as its faith and meaning. In James' childhood home, a one hundred year old Victorian, his father dedicated a room called "the library" to some of his favorite works in paint, print, records and tapes. Some of the prints were by artists such as Alma Tadema, Maxfield Parish and Rossetti with golds, reds and glowing oranges. While in the library the sounds of Van Morisson's early records would play and sometimes be too loud for the old pocket doors of the room to keep contained.
A variety of faces and fates would meet James in his teen years like many of lives in the world. The attitude of survival would persist and be of good fortune for the old soul to write with and inspire the artists' edge. In 2007 James Orton published an online resource for other artists and himself to share their craft with the web. The movement known as ViewOfAKind would also be responsible for the release of two full length albums since then. While impatience grows to release his third album "Living The Earth" due out in early 2013, a sample of the work can be heard here in "Believe In How".


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