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UNEEDSOMAME
#2 in Rhythm & Blues SongVault Certified
UNEEDSOMAME
JIM LONG TIME COMIN'
Funk
Length: 4:01
On Network Since Sep 13, 2009
BIG TIME BALLER
#59 in Rhythm & Blues SongVault Certified
BIG TIME BALLER
JIM /LONG TIME COMIN
Rhythm & Blues
Length: 4:19
On Network Since Mar 29, 2007
HOW DO U LIKE IT
#60 in Rhythm & Blues SongVault Certified
HOW DO U LIKE IT
LONG TIME COMIN
Funk
Length: 3:44
On Network Since Apr 8, 2008
I WANNA BE
#134 in Rhythm & Blues SongVault Certified
I WANNA BE
JIM /LONG TIME COMIN
Rhythm & Blues
Length: 4:49
On Network Since Mar 29, 2007
JIM
SongVault Certified Artist JIM

Tampa
Florida, United States


Funk / Urban

Listen to JIM
The talk box is a device that is used in conjunction with other instruments to produce a unique vocal sound. Peter Frampton and Joe Walsh used this device with guitars. Roger Troutman of the Zapp Band, used the device with a keyboard to create such hits as "So Ruff So Tuff", "More Bounce", "Computer Love", "I Want To Be Your Man", etc. The talk box is a device that JIM has mastered and uses extensively, along with his vocal and instrumental performances on his new CD release titled "Long Time Comin".
JIM's musical style can be described as a blend of R&B and Hip Hop. A mixture of old, new, and innovative. His rich vocals are reminiscent of Gerald Levert, Jeffrey Osborne, and sometimes have a character that you will come to recognize only as JIM. He mixes his vocal performances with talk box performances that are comparable to the one and only Roger Troutman.
JIM has been in the music industry for the past 20 years in the Tampa Bay, Florida area as a bass player, songwrtiter, producer, lead and background vocalist, talk boxer, and as a keyboard and drum machine programer. JIM single handedly wrote, performed, arranged, produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered his CD in his studio for his new record label, "Rescue Records". The CD is appropriately titled, because as JIM says, "This is something I should have done a long time ago, but I just didn't have the means".
JIM also states: "When I first heard the song "More Bounce" by Roger Troutman being played on the radio, I stopped what I was doing and listened to the whole song. I was so blown away, that from that moment, I made myself a promise that I would learn to emulate that sound. After Roger Troutman passed away, I made myself another promise that I would continue with the sound he established, and try to continue to please his fan base, as well as introduce new fans to the hauntingly beautiful sound of
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