Jaymes Felix is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1976||Andraé Crouch & The Disciples||This is Another Day||Bass|
|1977||Janny Grein||Covenant Woman||Bass|
|1977||Keith Green||For Him Who Has Ears to Hear||Background Vocals|
|1978||Keith Green||No Compromise||Background Vocals|
|1978||Andraé Crouch & The Disciples||Live in London||Bass, Vocals|
|1980||Paul Clark||Aim for the Heart||Background vocals|
|1980||Jaymes Felix||White As Snow||Arrangements, Bass, Guitars, Vocals|
|1980||Jaymes Felix||White As Snow||Arranger|
|1991||Darrell Mansfield||Blues With a Feelin'||Songwriter|
|1991||Darrell Mansfield||Live at Flevo||Songwriter|
|1994||Bryan Duncan||Slow Revival||Songwriter|
|1995||Darrell Mansfield||Mansfield and Co.||Background Vocals|
|1996||Darrell Mansfield||The Lord's House, Tribute to Rev. Dan Smith||Background Vocals|
|2003||Bryan Duncan||Twin Cities Live||Songwriter|
|2013||Sweet Comfort Band||The Waiting Is Over||Horn arrangements|
Jaymes Felix was born in San Bernardino, California USA. He started his professional music career as the member of CCM group named “Psalm 150” which Bob Carlisle had belonged in early 70s. During mid / late 70’s , Jaymes Felix performed and participated as a bass player and/or a vocalist in the recording sessions of Andrae Crouch’s several albums such as “This Is Another Day” (1976), “Live In London”(1978) and “I’ll Be Thinking Of You” (1979) released under Light Records USA.
These works brought Jaymes the chance to release his own solo album under the label. Thus, White As Snow was completed with excellent musicians in the CCM field of those days such as Hadley Hockensmith and Bill Maxwell and young Louis Pardini (aka Lou Pardini).
He is often credited as James Edward Felix.