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GLENN JONES — “CHANGING SHIPS ON A FALLING TIDE”

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Those of you wowed by Bill Orcutt’s intricate guitar masterpieces at Hassle Fest may want to check out the equally impressive “Changing Ships on a Falling Tide” from Boston-area veteran Glenn Jones. Known for his psych-avant guitar works with the band Cul de Sac, Jones’ solo works are more primitive, inspired by the roots of American folk. Here, he deftly sketches an improvised, richly-hued landscape using only an acoustic guitar. While “Changing Ships” doesn’t clearly evoke any nautical theme, its quiet finger picking and subtle, folky darkness make it the perfect segue into the long shadows and quiet nights of late autumn.

Listen via Soundcloud below– 7″ copies will be available from Vin du Select Qualitite in December.

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