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James White & The Blacks - James White's Flaming Demonics download mp3 album
James White & The Blacks
James White's Flaming Demonics
Noise, Free Improvisation, Experimental, Disco
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1952 mb
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1836 mb
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1515 mb
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James Chance, also known as James White (born April 20, 1953 as James Siegfried in Milwaukee, Wisconsin), is an American saxophonist, keyboard player, songwriter and singer.

Album · 1982 · 9 Songs. James White's Flaming Demonics James White. The Reborn Project: The Old Me Is Dead.

James White - Rantin' & Ravin' 08:57. James White - The Natives Are Restless 07:45. James White - Caravan, It Don't Mean a Thing, Melt Yourself Down 08:50. James White - White Meat 05:01. James White - Town Without Pity 04:25. James White - Hype No Tease 05:29.

Uncompromising Snide Brash Hedonistic Nihilistic Confrontational Tough. James Chance, James White. James White's Flaming Demonics.

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Flaming Demonics, James Chance's fourth album (and the third released under the James White moniker) continues the pattern set by his previous release, Sax Maniac. Overlaying brutally dissonant, atonal sax solos over spare, minimal funk-derived music, White constructed an unusual, groundbreaking sound. The album certainly won't win over all but the most adventurous, but at least, unlike the rather dry Sax Maniac, it actually shows some fire and spark (even if, clearly, White misses his classic backing band the Contortions)