Photo by Sean Ryan - seanryanimages.com
COMPANY HEARSE VIDEO
The first video from "Yesterday's Misadventures". Directed by Sean Ryan. Song produced by Moe Berg. From the 'Yesterday's Misadventures' album. NOW available. Order it on the music page.
While growing up, Toronto-based music artist James Clark wanted to be both John Lennon and Ringo Starr. He has managed to establish himself as both a sought after, solid rock and roll drummer and a respected, creative, melodic pop/rock songwriter. Under the guise of The James Clark Institute, he takes the classic pop song style that he grew up with and gives it his own spin. The music of songwriters such as Elvis Costello, Ray Davies and Lennon and McCartney have all influenced James Clarks' musical style, which has been described as Power Pop. “A wealth of songwriting talent”, says Michael Williams at Cashbox Canada Magazine. (more)
In celebration of the new JCI record, "Yesterday's Misadventures", Director Matthew Dupuis recut his video for this power pop lament.
THE DEVIL'S PUNCHBOWL - VIDEO
Here is a wonderful article and review of the new album, "Yesterday's Misadventures from author, musician and Canadian pop/rock human Encyclopedia, Jaimie Vernon. Thanks Jaimie! Click title to read.
Another positive album review of "Yesterday's Misadventures" from veteran Canadian broadcaster, Bob Mersereau. Thanks Bob! Click title to read.
CHARLIE SCHULZ WAS ALWAYS IN LOVE - VIDEO
"Yesterday's Misadventures" has been voted #12 on Spain's Plastico Elastico's International Top 30 Albums of 2016. Thank you Pacopepe Gil for your continued support.
JCI LOVE FROM SPAIN! - click here
According to Google Translate, Pacopepe Gil, host of the power pop radio show "Plastico Elastico" calls "Yesterday's Misadventures" "one of the albums of the year." Click title above to read.
Direct from the Czech Republic, JCI vinyl test pressings! Bigger and shinier misadventures coming
Hey Kids! FREE JCI buttons with every CD purchase.
In good company at Sonic Boom on Spadina Avenue in Toronto.
From the masterful eye of director Sean Ryan (yes, the same masterful eye that gave you "The Devil's Punchbowl" video) comes the new video for "Charlie Schulz Was Always In Love".
One time writer/editor for Creem, "America's Only Rock 'N' Roll Magazine" plus authorized biographer of both Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop, votes "Yesterday's Misadventures" into top ten of 2016!