Burgess currently serves as the CEO of A2IM: American Association of Independent Music. Check out http://nathanjamesburgess.bandcamp.com/ for my full EP Stephanie Mills is the tenth studio album by the American R&B singer Stephanie Mills, released in 1985 on MCA Records. The band have had eight UK top 10 albums, including three greatest hits compilations and an album of re-recorded material. [29], From 2001 through 2015, Burgess was employed at Smithsonian Folkways Recordings where he was the Associate Director of Business Strategies.[6]. Burgess has played on many albums as a studio-drummer and percussionist, having worked with producers such as Tony Visconti, Peter Collins, Trevor Horn, Ian Levine, Robin Millar, Hugh Padgham, Mike Stone, Gary Langan, Barry Mason, Peter Dawkins, John Sinclair, Gary Lyons, and Junior Campbell. In 1967, by the time he was 40 years old, between June 5th and 10th, Israeli and Egypt, Jordan, and Syria fought what came to be called the "Six-Day War". He won a Music Week magazine sales award as a producer, and has created twenty-four chart singles and fourteen charting albums. Burgess is one of the main composers of Landscape's music, and made major lyrical contributions to the band's songs. Never for Ever is the third studio album by English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. San Jacinto, Riverside County, California 92583, Riverside National Cemetery Distribution: Published on 250+ news outlets, including ABC, CBS, CW, Fox & NBC affiliated broadcasting websites. [4] He was featured in The A to Z of Rock Drummers. I feel that my songs and music are somewhat very original and my Instrumentals are very unique in their sound. He and Anthony Seeger were the first two full-time employees hired in 1987 when the Smithsonian acquired Folkways Records from the estate of Folkways founder Moses Asch. We currently do not have photos of James L Burgess. Mark Andrew White is an English singer, songwriter, composer, musician and record producer. The label was founded in 1987 after the family of Moses Asch, founder of Folkways Records, donated the entire Folkways Records label to the Smithsonian. Landscape was an English synthpop band, best known for the 1981 hits "Einstein a Go-Go" and "Norman Bates". Sidewalk is the third studio album by Australian rock band Icehouse. What schools or universities did James attend? Icehouse is a rock band from Sydney, formed in 1977. [7] Other productions included recordings for Adam Ant, King, New Edition, Melba Moore, Colonel Abrams, America, Kim Wilde, Five Star, Tony Banks and Fish. He produced, engineered and mixed albums by Rubicon and X-CNN under the pseudonym Caleb Kadesh and did several mixes using the pseudonym Cadillac Jack. He has lectured on the subject of record production and the music business in the United States and in the United Kingdom. 83 on the Billboard 200 and ultimately leading to Warner Bros. dropping the band from their label. It is a part of the Smithsonian's Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, located at Capital Gallery in downtown Washington, D.C. when he died at the age of 80. James "Jim" Burgess: Birthdate: February 14, 1908: Birthplace: Imperial Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana: Death: December 28, 1952 (44) Place of Burial: Good Hope Cemetery, Singer, Louisiana: Immediate Family: Son of William Earl "Dick" Burgess and Alice Doyle Husband of Lucy J. and Lucy J. by the time he was 40 years old, between June 5th and 10th, Israeli and Egypt, Jordan, and Syria fought what came to be called the "Six-Day War". An accompanying 200-page book includes essays, analysis, and photographs. Did James finish grade school, get a GED, go to high school, get a college degree or masters? Burgess's music career spans more than 40 years. Accord was also selected by the Arts Council of Great Britain for its Park Lane Group Purcell Room concert series. What is James's ethnicity and where did his parents, grandparents & great-grandparents come from? Copyright © 1999-2020 AncientFaces, LLC. I currently perform with the trio vocal group Sharp with members David Royal and Tyrone Hall. The company changed its name to Burgess World Co in the mid-eighties, and relocated to Maryland from Los Angeles and New York in the mid-nineties where it managed many mid-Atlantic based artists including Jimmie's Chicken Shack. Because of the realistic nature of the "news," there was a public outcry the next day, calling for regulation by the FCC.