Jamie Blake

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Jamie Blake (born c. 1975) is a singer/songwriter.

Blake grew up in Chicago before moving to New York in 1994 to study at New York University. She was signed by A&M Records in 1996. Her debut album, self-titled Jamie Blake, was released in August 1997.

She made a special guest appearance as herself on the television show "Beverly Hills 90210". Songs from that album appeared on the television show Gossip Girl in 2009. In 2000 she created an album for Geffen Records as part of the duo "vixtrola"; Songs from the album have appeared in the movie Darkness Falls and various television shows. She has worked alongside Jeff Buckley, Tricky, Ric Ocasek (The Cars), Josh Freese (A Perfect Circle, The Vandals & Nine Inch Nails), and Danny Lohner (Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie & Marilyn Manson). She is thanked by the Scissor Sisters on their debut album.

Blake is the credited composer on the film "Boutonniere", which made its debut at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

In 2010 she collaborated with a select group of artists on the movie soundtrack for "9191" including Hesta Prynn, Dave Lombardo (Slayer), Oliver Ackermann of A Place To Bury Strangers, Mike Conte of Early Man and snowboarder Jamie Lynn which won the ESPN Snowboard Picture Awards for Best Soundtrack as well as Best Soundtrack at the Summit Action Sports Film Festival.

In 2011, Jamie co-wrote and performed the song "Souls," with Japanese Alt Rock band the HIATUS. She also contributed vocals to the track "On Your Way Home." Both appear on their third album entitled "A World Of Pandemonium." She appears on two Live DVD releases with the HIATUS adding vocals to "Souls," "On Your Way Home," "Flyleaf" and "The Flare."


Track listing[edit]

1. Coming Down 2:54/ 2. Runaway 3:11/ 3. Whisper Too Loud 4:21/ 4. So Precious 4:33/ 5. Yell 4:17/ 6. What You Say 2:55/ 7. You Asked Me/ 8. Dragstrip Girl 2:26/ 9. When We're Dumb 3:42/ 10.Things I Could've Said 5:08/ 11.The Worst is Over 3:25


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