King James is a heavy metal supergroup formed in 1993 with guitarist Rex Carroll (Whitecross) and frontman Jimi Bennett (Sacred Fire). Some time later, they recruited Tim Gaines and Robert Sweet of Stryper, and released their first album in 1994. The band supported the album with a tour without Gaines, who declined to join after the recording. Sweet toured with the band into 1996, but did not participate in their second release
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It would makes absolute sense for him to drop in the Fall and it sounds just like a Weeknd album name This is probably the cover right here And all them XO niggas are sporting KOTF avatars, without all the tour information, just the pic This shit makes me really excited cause tbh I was a little disappointed in some of the pre-Kissland drops and singles, but this year the Kid is killing shit. And an album having both Often and KOTF is GUARANTEED FIRE.
Genesis 3 New King James Version (NKJV). The Temptation and Fall of Man. 3 Now the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. Scripture taken from the New King James Version®.
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Then King's friend James Taylor encouraged her to sing her own tunes. She slowed down "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (originally a hit for the Shirelles in 1960), heightening the melancholy inside, while her warm, earnest singing brought out the sadness in "So Far Away" and "It's Too Late" and the earthy joy on "I Feel the Earth Move. On Tapestry, King remade herself as an artist and created the reigning model for the 1970s female singer-songwriter – not to mention a blockbuster pop record of enduring artistic quality. And it almost didn't happen. James Brown defied King Records label boss Syd Nathan's opposition to a live album by arranging to record a show himself – on October 24th, 1962, the last date in a run at Harlem's historic Apollo Theater. His intuition proved correct: Live at the Apollo – the first of four albums Brown recorded there – charted for 66 weeks.
With The Fall, Norah Jones completes the transition away from her smooth cabaret beginnings and toward a mellowly arty, modern singer/songwriter. Some of this could be attributed to Jones' choice of producer, Jacquire King, best-known for his work with Modest Mouse and Kings of Leon, but King hardly pushes Norah in a rock direction; The Fall does bear some mild echoes of Fiona Apple or Aimee Mann in ballad mode, but its arrangements never call attention to themselves, the way that some Jon.
Carroll and Bennett remained together and released a second album, The Fall, in 1997. At that time there was talk of another King James release, but Whitecross regrouped, and Jimi joined former Petra drummer Louie Weaver to form Viktor. Both groups have released new CDs as of 2006.
|2||Never Is Forever|
|4||Swing Of The Street|
|5||Spreading Of Love|
|6||Pale Beyond The Door|
|10||Heaven Is For Everyone|
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