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Wakey! Wakey! U.S. band from New York. Wakey! Wakey! supported James on his U.K. Tour in February/March 2011.

Walnut Dash, The Malcolm Moore's Band.

Warner Music Group The parent company of Atlantic Records, which distributes Jamesí recordings. Originally Back to Bedlam was to be distributed by Elektra Records, but a restructuring at Warner put that on hold. Elektra came under Atlantic Recordsí wing, and a new marketing plan was developed to release Back To Bedlam to the UK and other markets outside of North and Latin America before US release.

Water Rats, London Venue where James did his first (solo) live gig in 2000.


Back To Bedlam
Website, Official James Blunt The official James Blunt website first went live on May 21st 2004. It is designed by Bose Collins. The first incarnation of the website reflected the designs from James' debut studio album Back To Bedlam. Welcome to the James Blunt website. Iíve worked on it with some friends, so if it doesnít work, thatís because Iím a musician, not a computer programmer. No, Iím sure itíll be fine... They promised me they were professionalsJames Blunt Includes all the latest James Blunt News, Tour Dates, Photos etc. The Messageboard was added to the site on July 29th 2004 and is moderated by Billy.
All The Lost Souls
There is also the online Shop where you can buy a variety of official merchandise. A Blog, written by James was added on November 7th 2006. The title page was changed on July 7th 2007 to reflect the design of James' second album All The Lost Souls. On 20 July 2007 James gave a live video webcast from the website, answering questions submitted by fans. See also Offical German James Blunt Website and Fansites.

Website, Official German James Blunt The official website run by Warner Germany. Has news, photos, a message board etc. Click the link to visit the site.

We Don't Need God Anymore Early demo song written by James, Jimmy Hogarth and Felix Howard.

Weener James' nickname in the Army. This is assumingly because of his small stature. See Height.

What Have I Become Early demo song written by James.

What I Am Song written by James. Unreleased.

Where Is My Mind Pixies cover song first performed live by James and the band during their UK mini tour in June 2005. A live version of Where Is My Mind, recorded in Manchester, UK is the B-Side track on the Goodbye My Lover 7 inch single.

White, Eg British songwriter. Francis Eg White co-wrote the songs I'll Take Everything, Love Love Love and Turn Me On with James.

Wikipedia, James Blunt Online encyclopedia edited entirely by volunteer visitors to the website. James' page was created on May 14th 2005 and has since grown steadily with updated information all about James and his singles and album releases.

Wilcox, Simon Female singer, song writer from Canada. Simon supported James on his North American tour in November 2005.

Wild World Cat Stevens cover song performed by James at Live Earth, the concert for climate crisis at Wembley Stadium, London UK on July 7th 2007. James also performed the song as a duet with Micky Green on the French TV music show Taratata in 2007.

Wisemen The second track on James' debut studio album Back To Bedlam. Co-written by James, Jimmy Hogarth and Sacha Skarbek. Wisemen was James' second Single to be released on the 7th March 2005. It reached number 44 in the UK singles charts. The Video was directed by Mark Davies. Wisemen is a song about escaping from peer pressure and doing your own thing. Taking your vices and failings with you for better or for worseJames Blunt Wisemen has live versions of No Bravery and Billy recorded at 93 Feet East as B-sides on the CD and 7 inch versions. A DVD single was also released containing the Wisemen music video and the original video for High. During live gigs, when playing the first few chords to Wisemen, James often jokes with the audience asking if they know 'Hotel California'. Wisemen was re-released as a single on March 13th 2006. The CD has a live version of Out Of My Mind recorded at the Bowery Ballroom, New York City on November 2nd 2005. The 7 inch vinyl version has no B-side track but instead has a Monkey King etching design on the reverse. The music video was directed by Paul Minor. Wisemen reached number 23 in the UK single's charts. It was the last track to be taken from Back To Bedlam and released as a single.

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