James Hall

James Vincent Hall

Also known as D.A.R.Y.L., Hall, J. Hall, James Vincent Hall
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Discography of James Hall:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 My Love, Sex And Spirit 11 Audio 1993 Daemon Records
2 So Precious 4 Audio 1995 Endangered
3 Pleasure Club 14 Audio 1996 Geffen Records
4 Feeling Of Hope 4 Audio 1995 Endangered
5 My Love, Sex And Spirit 11 Audio 1993 Endangered
6 So Precious 4 Audio 1995 Endangered
7 Pleasure Club 13 Audio 1996 Geffen Records
8 Illingness 3 Audio 1996 Geffen Records
9 Pleasure Club 14 Audio 1996 Geffen Records
10 Illingness 2 Audio 1996 Geffen Records
11 Pleasure Club 13 Audio 1996 Geffen Records
12 My Love, Sex And Spirit 11 Audio 1995 Endangered


James Hall is an American rock singer/songwriter and player of the guitar and trumpet. Born in Houston, he was a member of the Atlanta band Mary My Hope from 1987 to 1990; since then, he has been based in New Orleans until Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, prompting a return to Atlanta.

Hall released a 1993 album on Daemon, the label of [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Amy+Ray]Amy Ray[/url] of the [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Indigo+Girls]Indigo Girls[/url]. He then signed with major label [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/Geffen+Records]Geffen Records[/url] and released a second album, Pleasure Club, in 1996. The album gave its name to a new band he founded in 2000, and Pleasure Club released two albums before disbanding in 2005.


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