LP // FOLK
A collection of cherished favorites by James Lee, Impressions is a 10-track part of the continuum of sessions from the prior LP 100 Summers, recorded at Blue Rock Studios in Wimberley, Texas. Produced by Grammy-nominated producer Roscoe Beck (Jennifer Warnes, Leonard Cohen) and recorded by Chris Bell (Don Henley, Christopher Cross), this album – recorded with an all-star cast of session players – is a dynamic experience of songs from acclaimed songwriters like Bob Dylan and David Gray to contemporaries like Anaïs Mitchell and David Mead and a few favorites from cherished folkie friends like Richard Todd and Kevin Faherty. The album charted #6 on the FAI Folk Charts in May of 2022 with Ellis Paul's Did Galileo Pray? coming in at #10.
100 SUMMERS (2020)
LP // FOLK
Recorded at Billy Crockett’s Blue Rock Studios by Chris Bell – the man behind the boards for The Eagles, Don Henley and Christopher Cross – the effort includes contributions from Doug Pettibone (John Mayer, Jewel, Lucinda Williams), Roscoe Beck (Leonard Cohen, Eric Johnson), Matt Hubbard (Willie Nelson, 7 Walkers), Paul Simon’s Grammy-winning accompanist Joel Guzman, singer/songwriter Mark Erelli, Shanna in a Dress, and Laurie MacAllister from the famed folk group Red Molly.
THE CANADIAN RIVER (2018)
EP // FOLK
Containing a stripped version of "The Canadian River", this EP is an extraction of songs for Folk radio. The single "The Canadian River" made its way onto the FolkDJ charts at #23 in April 2018 and #15 on the Roots Music Report and the song "Two Cageless Birds" won the John O'Hara Songwriters Performance Grant.
HOME AGAIN (2017)
LP // AMERICANA
Home Again is a pop-formula-forward Americana project recorded by Christopher J. Bloom in Denver, Colorado. Since its release in 2017, it has charted on numerous radio charts and on the Roots Music Report Contemporary Folk charts.
The single "Disappear for the Weekend" was included on two compilations - The Texas Country Music Association's Best Texas Country Picks, Volume 2 and That Summer, Volume 2.