Colorblind James Experience
Colorblind James Experience
were an alternative roots/pop/rock band founded in 1980 in San Francisco, California. Bandleader and singer/songwriter/guitarist "Colorblind" James Charles Cuminale was originally from Rochester, New York but assembled early versions of what would become the Experience in Oswego, New York before relocating to San Francisco. After a couple years of mixed results there, the band regrouped and moved again, this time back to Rochester which remained its home base until Cuminale's premature death in 2001. The band enjoyed brief fame in the UK and Europe in the late 80's after John Peel gave them some exposure.

Festive Fifty Entries


1. Recorded: 1988-10-18. Broadcast: 24 October 1988. Repeated: 29 November 1988. Released as The Peel Sessions (12” EP, 1989, Strange Fruit)

  • Polka Girl / Hey Bernadette / Havoc Theme / Wedding At Canaa

2. Recorded: 1989-11-07. Broadcast: 27 November 1989.

  • Some Night / Rollin 'N' Tumblin' / It Didn't Work Out / I'm Never Gonna Hurt The Girl I Love

Other Shows Played

(The following list was compiled only from the database of this site and Lorcan's Tracklistings Archive and is certainly incomplete. Please add further details if known.)


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