For the last decade, Glenn Jones has taken a craftsperson's approach to the guitar and the banjo, issuing a sterling but rarely surprising string of records that find him telling stories and sharing vulnerabilities sans bells or whistles, his voice or his band. Fleeting, his latest, feels familiar, comfortable, welcome. For the last decade, Glenn Jones has taken a craftsperson's approach to the guitar and the banjo, issuing a sterling but rarely surprising string of records that find him telling stories and sharing vulnerabilities sans bells or whistles, his voice or his band. The network of exceptional solo acoustic guitarists that emerged during the last decade has proven to be a restless bunch. In recent years, William Tyler went full electric, even recruiting a full backing band.
Complete your Glenn Jones collection. Glenn Jones (2) – Fleeting. Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Neofolk, Acoustic, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Experimental. Glenn Jones (2). Fleeting (LP, Album).
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Album · 2016 · 10 Songs. A modern master of the so-called American Primitive guitar tradition associated with John Fahey, Glenn Jones recorded this solo acoustic album alone with his engineer in a house beside New Jersey's babbling Rancocas Creek. His unconventionally tuned Guild guitar sounds exceptionally present, bright, and crystal clear. There's a sun-dappled splendor to "Mother's Day," while birds and chirping crickets accompany his almost symphonic fingerpicking in "June Too Soon, October All Over.
GLENN JONES - Fleeting. Filed under Jazz Related Improv/Composition By GLENN JONES.
As such, the album has a casual, lived-in feel, and the sounds of the outdoors seep in through the residence's un-soundproofed walls.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Glenn Jones Format: Vinyl. Glenn Jones is a master of American Primitive Guitar, a style invented in the late 1950s by John Fahey, whose traditional fingerpicking techniques and wide-ranging influences were used to create modern original compositions. Jones, who led the post-rock ensemble Cul de Sac, brings his own made-up tunings, the use of custom-crafted partial capos, and a highly skilled picking style on both banjo and guitar, to create personal compositions that are lyrical, emotive and elegant
|1||Flower Turned Inside-Out||4:20|
|2||In Durance Vile||4:36|
|6||Spokane River Falls||4:35|
|7||Portrait Of Basho As A Young Dragon||6:21|
|8||Close To The Ground||4:30|
|10||June Too Soon, October All Over||3:21|
- Composed By – Glenn Jones
- Cover, Engineer – Laura Baird
- Design, Layout – Joshua Pfeffer
- Mastered By, Mixed By, Sounds – Matthew Azevedo
- Photography – Nora Smith
- Photography By – Hazel Daniels, Myriam Lafreniere
NotesLimited version of 500 copies in orange vinyl.
Comes with download card.
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