Harmony James (EP)

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Harmony James
Studio album by Harmony James
Released 2007 (2007) (Australia)
Recorded Australia
Genre Country, roots
Length 13:47
Label Independent/ Shock records
Producer Herm Kovac
Harmony James chronology
Tailwind
(2009)
Singles from Harmony James
  1. "Tailwind (chart #7)"
    Released: 2007
  2. "Somebody Stole My Horse (chart #1)"
    Released: 2008
  3. "Home (chart #2)"
    Released: 2008

The Harmony James EP is the first recording by Harmony and feature her breakthrough single Tailwind. According to an article in Capital News magazine, "Tailwind was the first Australian song ever to win the country category of the International Songwriting Competition, and it blew the judges - including Rosanne Cash - out of the water". The second single 'Somebody Stole My Horse' became Australia’s second most played country song in 2008. The EP has become somewhat of a collectors item and features the song 'Big News' which is unavailable on any other recording. Track Listing

All songs written and composed by Harmony James

No. Title Length
1. "Tailwind"   03:25
2. "Somebody Stole My Horse"   03:58
3. "Big News"   02:49
4. "Home"   03:29

Produced and engineered by Herm Kovac

Personnel[edit]

  • Rudy Miranda: drums
  • Ian Lees: bass
  • James Gillard:acoustic guitar,backing vocals
  • Glenn Hannah: electric guitars
  • Duncan Toombs: electric guitars
  • Michel Rose: pedal steel,mandolin
  • Mick Albeck: fiddle
  • Shanley Del: backing vocals

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