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Playlist of Jim Boyd (musician)

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  • Jim Boyd Band - Inchelium

    4:35

    Jim Boyd (1956-2016)

    Directed by Bryce Woodworth

    This music video won a Native American Music Award on October 5, 2007 at Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel in Niagara Falls, NY.

    To purchase this music video, or anything else by Jim Boyd please visit Thunderwolf Records' web site...



    Lyrics included in CC.

  • Jim Boyd -A Million Miles Away Live @ NAMA2

    7:00

    Jim Boyd, Smoke Signals, A Million Miles Away

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  • JIM BOYD - This Is My Song

    4:43

    THIS IS MY SONG is about being an introvert. Introverts can be social but most of the time they choose not to be. This is not a problem most of the time, but this song is about the times that get very lonely.

    I wrote and recorded this song in my home studio by myself and played all the instruments as well as shot the video and edited it by myself. Now that's an introvert for ya.

    LYRICS: THIS IS MY SONG
    ©2016 Jim Boyd BMI

    I’ve gone way too far to ever get back
    From this alienation and loneliness that I bring to me
    It’s something I can’t understand yet my entire life
    Just seems to be about this song that I sing

    I can tell you about everything I’ve done in my life
    Without letting you in close enough to know the reasons why
    I don’t like where I go yet I can’t change this road I’m on
    Cause I don’t have control of this song

    CHORUS
    Just bring me a beer or some loss of control
    Cause it helps me to cope with this need to be alone
    It’s this pain in my heart that I can’t understand
    As I push you away to be this sad and lonely man

    Just bring me a beer or some loss of control
    Cause it helps me to cope with this need to be alone
    In my mind’s contradiction I know that it’s wrong
    But as wrong as it is well it’s right for this song
    As wrong as it is this is my song

    Through this introverts eyes I’ve seen years of discomfort
    In social encounters that were so misunderstood
    Now I feel that I sadly keep telling myself
    That I don’t understand what I probably should

    The reason my creative side is immersed in my music and lyric
    Is to express my need to be alone
    In this communication and existence of my life that I can’t figure out
    Come those moments I am grateful to know

    (Repeat Chorus)
    Ya all that I know is that this is my song
    And as wrong as it is well it’s right for my song

  • Jim Boyd @NAMA15 Lifetime Achievement Performance

    9:03

    edited from the 15th Native American Music Awards

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  • TREATIES by Jim Boyd SMOKE SIGNALS Soundtrack

    2:58

    Track #7 from the soundtrack of the 1998 film Smoke Signals by Jim Boyd.

    IMDB Synopsis: Smoke Signals is a humorous yet serious story about Victor, a young man who Director Chris Eyre describes as trying to forgive his father. The movie gives us a glimpse into the contemporary Native American world, and is created by an almost exclusively Native American cast.

    The story begins with a glimpse of two baby boys, one barely rescued from a fire which consumes his parents. We briefly see them grow up and learn of the tension between them. They are opposites. The rescued orphan boy Thomas becomes a naive but positive nerd with over-sized glasses, while Victor - who is to embark on a journey of forgiveness towards his father - is proud of his Native American stoicism and seems to find pleasure in confrontation.

    Victor's father left when he was a boy, and he now learns that his father just died, and his mother sends him to collect the ashes. He is only able to make the trip with Thomas' help, however, and there is a condition which is difficult for him to accept: Victor must swallow his pride and take Thomas with him.

    The young men are as different as potatoes and strawberries, and through their tension and close proximity they learn from one another - about the world, about Victor's father, and most of all - about themselves. It is an enjoyably paced sentimental and funny film, which gives viewers a look into the Indian culture, and of course - themselves.

  • Jim Boyd - Colville Swiss

    3:21

    Jim Boyd, Singer/Songwriter and Chairman of the Colville Confederated Tribes, WT, USA, has honored his Swiss and Native American roots with this song. The video was made during his last visit in January 2016 and two sold-out shows in Bern and Winterthur.

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  • Father and Farther - Jim Boyd

    5:24

    Song as heard in Smoke signals by Jim boyd.
    The only reason of this upload is to share this truely
    wonderful music by a truely wonderful singer who
    needs to be recognised.

  • Talk Dont Matter

    4:32

    Native American singer/songwriter JIM BOYD performs one of his latest singles Talk Don't Matter at the Seminole Tribal nation's Tribal Fair 2007. In this video segment, Jim performs with Irene Bedard, an actress best known for her portrayal of Native American characters in a variety of films.

    Jim Boyd is also a multiple-time nominee and one-time winner of the Native American Music Award. Boyd won Songwriter of the Year in 2006 for his song Them Old Guitars and Record of the Year for his album AlterNATIVES. He also received three other nominations for the album Them Old Guitars in 2006, three nominations for the album Going to the Stick Games in 2004, and a nomination for Best Pop/Rock act in 2003 for Live.

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  • Jim Boyd-A Million Miles away

    6:12

    this song was from smoke signals and is by Jim boyd

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  • Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West - Texas Moon Waltz 1951

    3:14

    Texas Moon Waltz by Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West (1951) is our tune today. THE WESTERNER

  • James Boyd Band- After Midnight

    3:36

    James Boyd Band After Midnight at Scruffy Murphy's 6.11.11

  • NAMA16 images Music by the late Jim Boyd

    3:43

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  • Moon River with Tom Boyd

    4:18

    PLEASE LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!!

    Credits

    Henry Mancini's 'Moon River'

    Oboist - Tom Boyd

    Pianist. - Bryan Pezzone

    Composer - Henry Mancini

    Arranger. - Thomas Parish

    Videographer. - Tyler Cole

    Video Assistant. - Chris Hill

    Recording Engineer - Damon Tedesco

    Dog. - Fiona Boyd

    Assistant Producer. - Aria Noelle Curzon

  • Jim Boyd and Sherman Alexie - Reservation Blues

    3:03

    Reservation Blues from the album Reservation Blues. This is one of the saddest songs and the most beautiful. The guitar work is pure delight while the lyrics are crushing. What have we done??? Reservation Blues is by Jim Boyd and Sherman Alexie. Both men are active and I have listed their sites below. Enjoy!

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  • Craig Wayne Boyd - The Old Rugged Cross

    3:14


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  • Matt Bloyd - Ill Never Love Again

    4:53

    Get “I’ll Never Love Again” on iTunes HERE:


    A Star is Born is easily one of my favorite movies of 2018. I was shaken to my core the first time I heard this song and knew I had to cover it! I hope you enjoy my take on Lady GaGa’s “I’ll Never Love Again”.

    Don't forget to like, subscribe, comment, and share!

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    “I’ll Never Love Again”

    Wish I could, I could've said goodbye
    I would've said what I wanted to
    Maybe even cried for you
    If I knew, it would be the last time
    I would've broke my heart in two
    Tryin' to save a part of you

    Don't wanna feel another touch
    Don't wanna start another fire
    Don't wanna know another kiss
    No other name falling off my lips
    Don't wanna to give my heart away
    To another stranger
    Or let another day begin
    Won't even let the sunlight in
    No, I'll never love again
    I'll never love again, ooh

    When we first met
    I never thought that I would fall
    I never thought that I'd find myself
    Lying in your arms
    And I want to pretend that it's not true
    Oh baby, that you're gone
    'Cause my world keeps turning, and turning, and turning
    And I'm not moving on

    Don't wanna feel another touch
    Don't wanna start another fire
    Don't wanna know another kiss
    No other name falling off my lips
    Don't wanna give my heart away
    To another stranger
    Or let another day begin
    Won't even let the sunlight in
    No, I'll never love

    I don't wanna know this feeling
    Unless it's you and me
    I don't wanna waste a moment, ooh
    And I don't wanna give somebody else the better part of me
    I would rather wait for you, ooh

    Don't wanna feel another touch
    Don't wanna start another fire
    Don't wanna know another kiss
    Baby, unless they are your lips
    Don't wanna give my heart away
    To another stranger
    Or let another day begin
    Won't even let the sunlight in
    Oh, I'll never love again
    Love again
    Oh, I'll never love again
    I'll never love again
    I won't I won’t I won’t I swear again
    I wish I could but I'll never love again

  • Jim Boyd Band: I Remember at the 103.1 KCDA Local Lounge

    4:26

    listen to Jim Boyd's entire Local Lounge show:


    Jim Boyd and his band perform his song I Remember at the 103.1 KCDA Local Lounge in Spokane, WA. They are the guests for Sunday, May 17th, 2009, at 10 pm PDT.


    Produced by Matt Loi, 2009




    Sponsored by Mark's Guitar Shop

  • Rhythm Is Our Business - Roy Newman And His Boys

    2:53

    Recorded on September 27, 1935. By his mid-twenties, he played piano, piano accordion and guitar and worked as a staff musician at WRR Dallas. In 1926, apart from his studio duties, he began to play piano as one half of the Mystery Duo, with John Thorvald (guitar). In 1931, he played guitar as part of a quartet known as the Wanderers, where he became associated with guitarist Jim Boyd. The group moved to WFAA in 1932, but Newman and Boyd with different musicians returned to WRR, as Roy Newman And His Boys, the following year. Also at WRR at that time was Bill Boyd, who played and recorded with musicians known as the Cowboy Ramblers. In reality, some of the musicians who played and recorded with Newman also played on Boyd's recordings, but each band managed an individual sound and both played on WRR's popularNoon Hour Varieties. Newman And His Boys (who sometimes numbered 10 musicians) recorded 72 sides between 1934 and 1939, and established a considerable reputation through their broadcasts and appearances in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas. Although never afforded the publicity gained by Bob Wills or Milton Brown, Newman, who probably played more jazz than his contemporaries, played his part in popularizing western swing music, before he disbanded in 1940. Important group members over the years were fiddlers Art Davis and Thurman Neal and Holly Horton (clarinet). Newman continued to work as a staff musician at WRR and/or WFAA until his retirement. He died at his home in 1981, the same year that an album of his early work was released. Recordings have also appeared on Rambler compilation albums.

  • Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West - Waxachachie Boogie Woogie Dishwasher Boy

    2:30

    Jim Boyd`s Waxachachie Boogie Woogie Dishwasher Boy was recorded in Dallas by the less famous of the two Boyd brothers. Bill Boyd was the elder brother and his cowboy ramblers were one of the founding members of western swing. Considered by many to be a better musician, Jim Boyd was very much a part of the Boyd brothers empire. In the post war years he recorded on RCA from 1949-51 with his Men of The West.

  • Jim Boyd & His Men of the West - Will You Be Mine 1951

    2:52

    Jim Boyd & His Men of the West perform Will You Be Mine (1951). That is Terry Lee joining in on the vocal. THE WESTERNER

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  • Jim Boyd Sings Unity at Councilman Jon Snyders Event

    5:51

    Jim Boyd leads a sing-a-long of his song Unity and Spokane City Councilman Jon Snyder's swearing in ceremony.

  • Goodbye by singer/songwriter James Boyd

    4:17

    James Boyd lead vocal and rhythm guitar, and Chad Harrison on lead guitar.

  • Jimmy Boyd - All the Best

    43:00

    TRACKLIST
    01- I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 00:11
    02- I Saw Mommy Do The Mambo (With You Know Who) 02:41
    03- Tell Me a Story 05:17
    04- The Little Boy And The Old Man 07:22
    05- I Would Never Do That 10:14
    06- Cream Puff 12:44
    07- Marco The Polo Pony 14:53
    08- A Kiss For Christmas 17:06
    09- Gonna Take My Baby On A Hayride 19:26
    10- I Love You So 21:41
    11- I Wanna Go Steady 23:43
    12- Playmates 26:24
    13- Rockin Down The Mississippi 28:28
    14- Shoo Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy 30:43
    15- Thumbelina 33:01
    16- Santa Got Stuck In My Chimney 35:12
    17- Poor Little Piggy Bank 37:41
    18- Kitty In A Basket 40:11


    Jimmy Boyd - All the Best (FULL ALBUM)
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    Jimmy Devon Boyd (January 9, 1939 – March 7, 2009) was an American singer, musician, and actor known for his recording of the song I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.
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  • Jim Boyd - Boogie Woogie Square Dance

    2:39

    Bluebird 48-0505. Jim Boyd was the less famous of the two Boyd brothers. Bill Boyd was the elder brother and his cowboy ramblers were one of the founding members of western swing. Considered by many to be a better musician, Jim Boyd was very much a part of the Boyd brothers empire. In the post war years he recorded on RCA from 1949-51 with his Men of The West.

  • Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West - Dixieland Boogie

    2:33

    Jim Boyd was the less famous of the two Boyd brothers. Bill Boyd was the elder brother and his cowboy ramblers were one of the founding members of western swing. Considered by many to be a better musician, Jim Boyd was very much a part of the Boyd brothers empire. In the post war years he recorded on RCA from 1949-51 with his Men of The West.

  • Jim Boyd & His Men Of The west - Mule Boogie

    2:52

    RCA 0301. Jim Boyd was the less famous of the two Boyd brothers. Bill Boyd was the elder brother and his cowboy ramblers were one of the founding members of western swing. Considered by many to be a better musician, Jim Boyd was very much a part of the Boyd brothers empire. In the post war years he recorded on RCA from 1949-51 with his Men of The West.

  • iWorld Webshows 2012 Contest Jim Boyd A Million Miles Away

    5:22

    Sanada34's vertion of Jim Boyds a million miles away

  • JIM BOYD - Dear John

    2:29

    If you are the owner of some rights, tell me and i will delete the video immediately...thank you to let live my channel

  • The Xtra Factor - Roger Boyd Audition

    5:43

  • Centerfolds, The James Boyd Band

    4:05

    From Orlando, Grammy winning producer/songwriter Gary Carolla debuts James Boyd's new video of a soon to be monster hit, Centerfolds, a cute parody on the supermarket perenial tabloid's darlings.

  • James Boyd Band- Banana Pancakes

    3:59

    James Boyd Band attempting to cover Jack Johnson's Banana Pancakes while behind the bar at Belle Isle Yacht Pub 7.12.11

  • Craig Wayne Boyd - Wave on Wave

    5:58


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  • James Boyd Band-Sex Song

    3:39

    James Boyd Band performing Sex Song during the Satellite reunion show at BackBooth 8.12.11

  • Craig Wayne Boyd - We Sweat - Acoustic Video

    3:30

    The acoustic video for Craig Wayne Boyd's We Sweat from his album, 'Top Shelf.


    Connect with Craig online!



  • Im Writing A Letter To Heaven Bill Boyd and his Cowboy Ranblers

    2:56

    William Lemuel Boyd, western swing bandleader, was born near Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas, on September 29, 1910. He was one of thirteen children of Lemuel and Molly (Jared) Boyd. The Boyd family moved to Texas from Tennessee around 1902. The children were exposed to music through their parents, both of whom sang, as well as by the singing and playing of the ranchhands. After purchasing a guitar through a mail-order catalog, Bill and his younger brother Jim, born in 1914, were performing country music on radio station KFPM in Greenville as early as 1926. The Boyd family moved in 1929 to Dallas, where Bill worked a number of odd jobs such as laborer and salesman while pursuing his musical career. He quickly became active as a local musician and played on Jimmie Rodgers's Dallas recording session in 1932.

    In that same year Bill organized the Cowboy Ramblers. The original lineup of his band included Jim Boyd on bass, Art Davis on fiddle, and Walter Kirkes on tenor banjo. They soon found regular radio work on station WRR and in 1934 were signed to Victor's budget label, Bluebird. The band continued to record for them until 1951, during which time they recorded more than 229 singles. Though they moved toward the performance of jazz and swing music, the Cowboy Ramblers basically remained a string band, not using brass instruments like many bands of that era. While their recorded output includes blues, cowboy songs, and novelty tunes, waltzes and fiddle tunes were their staples. The Cowboy Ramblers were influential recording musicians, with songs that remained country standards long after being recorded. Under the Double Eagle (1935) and Lone Star Rag (1949), for instance, were among the most popular instrumentals in all of country music.

    Unlike many bands, the Cowboy Ramblers didn't spend much time touring. With most of their performances coming in the recording studio and on radio stations, they were basically a recording band. Their members, however, often played with other groups. Although Bill and Jim Boyd were the mainstays, the Cowboy Ramblers had a number of important sidemen pass through their ranks, such as Art Davis, Jesse Ashlock, Cecil Brower, and Knocky Parker. A younger Boyd brother, John, also played steel guitar on later recordings as well as forming his own band, the Southerners, in the late 1930s. John continued to perform until his death in 1942. Jim Boyd, as well as playing with the Cowboy Ramblers and several other bands, also formed his own group, the Men of the West, and continued to work part-time during his later years.

    Bill Boyd and his Ramblers also appeared in six Western films in the 1940s, including Raiders of the West (1942) and Texas Man Hunt (1942), and is often mistakenly confused with the actor William Boyd, who was also known as Hopalong Cassidy. In the 1950s, as live music broadcasts on the radio were edged out by the playing of records, Bill Boyd switched to working as an announcer and disc jockey, continuing his longtime association with station WRR. He retired after suffering a stroke in 1973. He died in Dallas on December 7, 1977, and was survived by his wife, Mildred, and two daughters. Bill Boyd has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was inducted into the Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame in 1997.

  • Craig Wayne Boyd - Stuck In My Head - Official Music Video

    3:11

    The official video for Stuck in My Head, the new single from 'Top Shelf' - get it here:


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  • Tonight - James Boyd Band - BackBooth-Oct 09

    4:10

  • Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West Boogie Bottom Boogie

    2:24

    Jim Boyd & His Men Of The West Boogie Bottom Boogie (1951)

  • Jimmy Boyd - Crazy Mixed Up Blues

    2:02

    (Columbia (N.Y.) 4-21571, 1956)

  • Paint it Red w/ Intro James Boyd Band live at BackBooth

    4:53

    Intro to show-paint it red-- band plays live at Back Booth

  • Luke James - I Want You

    3:52

    Music video by Luke James performing I Want You. (C) 2011 The Island Def Jam Music Group

  • James Boyd.mov

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  • JIM BOYD One Heart , One love One Life RCA 1948

    2:48

    JIM BOYD One Heart , One love One Life RCA 1948

  • Bandknight.com Presents: The James Boyd Band

    3:40

    See for the full story and many more!

  • Jim Boyd Mile Train Pawn Shop Diamond Ring

    4:06

    Jim Boyd sings his song Pawn Shop Diamond Ring written for Carol Boyd accompanied by Mile Train at 302 South Street in Carrollton, Georgia on 24 August 2013. With Ray Tanner on trumpet.

  • Craig Wayne Boyd - Im Still Here

    3:48


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  • David Boyd James - Stomp

    3:26

    David Boyd Janes stopped by to play us his single Stomp and to talk about his upcoming gigs at Havelock Country Jamboree. #LiveWith935

  • Craig Wayne Boyd-In Pictures-The Voice 7Lyrics

    3:10

  • James Boyd Band- Shadows in the Dark

    3:45

    Shadows in the Dark acoustic at Scruffy Murphy's 6.10.11

  • The James Boyd Band- centerfolds video

    4:05


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