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  1. Michael Engelbrecht:

    „American Primitive recalls a certain style of guitar playing popularised by the likes of John Fahey and Robbie Basho. Glenn Jones has more than a fleeting knowledge of the two having toured with, and produced live discs for both artists. The Fleeting, Jones’s latest solo disc, reflects aspects of both artists while creating something distinctly different.

    Using his own tunings and half capos, Jones creates landscapes both gentle and austere. ‘Flower Turned Inside-Out’ quickly establishes the beauty of the natural world, while the ending slows to a crawl illustrating another floral aspect. Lovingly produced by Laura Baird (whose sister Meg is a member of Espers) and recorded along the banks of Rancocas Creek in Mount Holly, New Jersey – it presents a perfect setting for stringed exploration.“

    Words by Bob Fish

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