Transporting himself back to the 70's, the decade in which he cut his teeth as a musician, Jim offers up RPM; an "album" made in the true spirit of the time. The album traces the life of a fictitious character, Mickey Finn, who has the boyhood dream of fame and fortune, achieves his dream, and finally wakes from the nightmare to realize that music is more important than the hits, life is more important than the music biz and he is more important than his commercial image. It's one of those twist one up, turn it up and go on a journey recordings that sadly aren't much made anymore.
1. Mister Man2. Mama's Little Boy3. Not The Thing At The End Of The Line4. What I'm Going To Do5. Dancing At The Rubber Ball6. The Weed7. We Need a Revolution8. Days and Knights9. The Final Curtain Call10. Sleep11. Dream (The Awakening)