James Wood

James Wood

Warnings :
- For the English Trance producer, see James Wood (3).
- For the classical conductor, see James Wood (4).
- For the Jessie Rose Trip member, see James Wood (6).

Singer, guitarist, bassist and composer, James Wood was born in Sheffield in the 50's. After moving to London, he created "The 45's". The band played in several famous pubs of London. The first single of the band, 'Couldn't believe a word', became a little success in England. But the band split in 1983.
During a trip in Brittany the young James Wood decided to settle in the Nantes area. There, James was part of the band "Bouskidou" for several years. After that he created the band "Jaywood" and then "The Architects of Misfortune".
Alan Simon has regularly invited him on his multi-artists albums, and James Wood had a great influence on the 'Excalibur' trilogy, bringing the adaptations in English of most of the texts and co-writing music with Alan Simon.
Since 2010, James Wood is member of Leo Seeger's Band.

James Wood Discography


Alan Simon Mordred Alan Simon - Excalibur (Le Concert Mythique) (Album) Epic France & Benelux 2000 Sell This Version
Alan Simon Wonderful Dream Alan Simon - Gaïa (Album) Isis Music (3) France 2003 Sell This Version
none UC San Diego Music Rogosanti UC San Diego Music - Sound Check Four(CD, Album) UC San Diego Department Of Music none US 2009 Sell This Version
none Alan Simon Marie La Cordelière Alan Simon - Anne De Bretagne (Le Rock Opéra)(2xCD, Album) Babaïka Productions none France 2009 Sell This Version
Alan Simon Marie La Cordelière Alan Simon - Anne De Bretagne (Live Au Chateau Des Ducs De Bretagne) Babaïka Productions France 2010 Sell This Version


none Alan Simon Marie La Cordelière (Anne de Bretagne) Alan Simon - Songwriter(LP, Comp, Ltd + 2xCD, Comp, Ltd) Babaïka Productions none France 2016 Sell This Version