Glenn Jones - Welcomed Wherever I Go - 2014 RSD John Fahey Blues Folk - Virgin Vinyl 3 Trk 12 EP
Glenn Jones - Welcomed Wherever I Go
Label: Thrill Jockey
Cat#: thrill 367
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Released with insert and free download code.
Brand new 16 minute 12“ EP from Glenn Jones pressed on virgin vinyl and
packaged in a full colour LP jacket
with free download coupon.
All exclusive, never before released material.
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
A1 Medley: Island III / Against My Ruin 4:26
A2 From A Forgotten Session 3:56
B1 The Orca Grande Cement Factory At Victorville 7:26
Phonographic Copyright Thrill Jockey
Published By Fourth Eye Music
Mixed By, Mastered By Matthew Azevedo
Written-By Glenn Jones
Welcomed Wherever I Go is a brand new EP of archival and live recordings from Glenn Jones. The EP is released on LP only, pressed on virgin vinyl and packaged in a full color jacket with double sided insert and free download coupon. Limited to only 1,000 units worldwide and released exclusively for Record Store Day.
Glenn Jones has emerged as a clear leader in the new wave of American Primitive music for solo acoustic guitar. Many have mentioned his friendship with the late John Fahey, the genres progenitor and demigod, but Glenns music is truly all his own. His pensive sentimentality and playful spirit, not to mention his innovative technique, have become just as ingrained into the styles DNA as any hallmarks of the original Takoma school. Welcomed Wherever I Go is a collection of live numbers, one featuring fellow guitarist Cian Nugent, and one forgotten tune recorded, speculatively, during the 2007 sessions for Jack Roses Dr. Ragtime and His Pals.
Island III and Against My Ruin were both originally recorded for Glenns 2007 album Against Which the Sea Continually Beats, and were subsequently played live as a medley. The recording that appears on Welcomed Wherever I Go was recorded in December of 2011 at the well-loved and now shuttered Brooklyn club Zebulon. From A Lost Session was a recording lost to time until Glenn discovered an unmarked CD-R in his archives, presumably during that classic session with Jack Rose. It is a particularly meditative track for Glenn, in a minor key with an incessant pedal tone not unlike Roses pieces of the same era. The entire b-side of the release is occupied by a live take of The Orca Grande Cement Factory at Victorville, a duet with similarly innovative guitarist Cian Nugent. Glenn will only play the song live in duet settings where the second musician has little to no preparation or coaching, letting them add to his instrumental musings, ignore them, or destroy them completely. Nugents interpretation leans more toward the former.
Glenn Jones - The Orca Grande Cement Factory at Victorville
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