Home James! was a British television sitcom which aired from 1987 to 1990, starring comedian Jim Davidson, who played the role of Jim London. The show was a sequel to the sitcom, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle.
Jim London (Jim Davidson) is a working class cockney lad who lands a job as a chauffeur for businessman Robert Palmer (George Sewell) who has had his driving licence withdrawn. Palmer's butler (Harry Towb) doesn't approve of Jim but gradually accepts him.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Home James! - Come Home (James song) - Netflix
“Come Home” is a song by Mancunian band James, first released as a single in November 1989 by Rough Trade. Like the preceding single, “Sit Down”, it received little attention initially and led to James parting ways with Rough Trade. After Mercury Records had signed the band to the Fontana label and experienced chart success with “How Was It for You” they re-released “Come Home” in June 1990 in a version remixed by Flood. The original release had artwork by Central Station Design while the re-release repeated the design of the “How Was It for You” singles, with the words “come” and “home” on the front and back covers, respectively, with different background colours marking the various formats. The song featured on the influential 1990 'Madchester' compilation album Happy Daze.
Home James! - 1990 release - Netflix
7" vinyl and cassette UK: Fontana / JIM6 (7" vinyl), JIMMC6 (cassette) 12" vinyl UK: Fontana / JIM612 (purple cover) UK: Fontana / JIMM612 (green cover) CD UK: Fontana / JIMCD6