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Sometimes I Wake Up Naked
  • Artist: Jim Lesses
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479841422
  • Item #: SRD984142
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 8/6/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Sometimes I Wake Up Naked on CD

The Australian singer-songwriter, Jim Lesses has been writing songs since his mid-teens, although he only began performing them publicly on regular basis in 1996. As Jim likes to say, he is something of a 'late bloomer.' However, this is not necessarily a bad thing, since he feels that it is only over the past few years that his songwriting has matured to the point where his songs are worth a public airing. While it has been a 'long apprenticeship,' it does have at least one other benefit according to Jim, who says, 'At least no-one is ever going to burden me with a 'New Bob Dylan' tag!' Jim has set himself several musical goals for the new Millennium, one of which he has already achieved with the release of his first recording, Sometimes I Wake Up Naked, from the song of the same name. All in all, Jim is looking forward to his 'coming out.' 'The title track opener is a classic 'list' song...dealing with the doubts, insecurities, contradictions and dilemmas facing individuals...this is a brooding, intense and powerful song.' 'A close relation of the title song, at least lyrically, is Feel The Fear (and make it run). More of a rallying call with it's optimistic stance, it's one of the most rhythmic and catchy songs in the set.' 'September 11, 2001, was a major signpost for these times, an epoch-making event for the world of the twenty first century. Jim's, Night Falls Over Manhattan (sung by Trish Smylie), a gentle, poignant and reflective song, looks at that event. Blessed with a lovely melody, there is both beauty and wisdom at work here.' ~ all quotes: Rob Woodard in SCALA NEWS.