Three singles were released from My Love, Sex & Spirit, each containing non-album tracks. Subsequently, he signed to Geffen Records, and in 1996 his album Pleasure Club was released. Pleasure Club: It wasn't until 2002 that further evidence of Hall appeared with a new band named Pleasure Club. This band featured Hall on vocals and guitar, Micheal Jerome on drums, Grant Curry on bass, and Marc Hutner also on guitar. They released two albums, Here Comes The Trick and The Fugitive Kind.
Here Comes The Trick has since been re-released as a double with a live album entitled Live: Out Of The Pulpit accompanying it. Pleasure Club have since disbanded and Hall has returned to his solo work. the Futura Bold: After the disbanding of Pleasure Club and the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina receded, James found himself in Atlanta Georgia. Multi-instrumentalists Chris Piskun and Bruce Butkovich joined James during what was to be his 3rd solo record, yet ultimately morphed into a new entity christened : the Futura Bold... Current projects: Hall has formed a working relationship with singer Jimmy Gnecco of the band Ours is featured on the 3rd Ours album: Mercy (Dancing For The Death Of An Imaginary Enemy). www.jameshall.com www.myspace.com/jameshall Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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