Conspiracy Of Grace

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Thursday 10th November 2005

Oxford artist James Lawrence makes chill out album.

OXFORD-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist James Lawrence has released an independent project, 'Conspiracy Of Grace'. The album is described as "in the style of Moby and Zero 7." James spoke about the album, "I conceived of 'Conspiracy Of Grace' two years ago after three close friends died of cancer. I decided that I wanted to make a chill out style CD and give all the profits to local cancer charities. Along the way, as I played demos to friends and family and was encouraged by their response, the project became bigger and I eventually sent a demo to a producer who agreed to remix and professionally produce the album."  CR

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Posted by Kris-Ann Harrington in Kingston, New York, US @ 11:33 on Aug 8 2010

I am working on a book entitled "A Conspiracy of Grace" and googled to make sure I was not usurping someone else's title. I found your album named the same thing and would love to hear it. May I purchase a copy from you James?

Posted by nix in solihull @ 22:53 on Sep 7 2006

Could you please tell me more about the James Lawrence album. My friend is called James lawrence and he is a cutting edge writer and course leader for people in church leadership and i would be really interested to hear about his albums namesake!

Thank you,

Reply by James in Warwick @ 17:25 on Nov 8 2006


Sorry to have not picked this up before - in the middle of moving. Happy to send you a copy of the album - started out as demo project but remixed. Closer to zero 7 than moby - very lush with lots of content. Worked with fantastic musicians - very proud of end result.

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