Stone Jack Jones
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“Apocalyptic mountain music…curiously unsettling…Jones lets a little light in, if only to show how dark the world can be.” – Pitchfork
“…similar to works by David Eugene Edwards, Johnny Cash or the like, has darkly gothic, almost religious overtones to go along with the acoustic guitar, instrumentation by Lambchop, and underlying noise. It’s brooding and compelling.” – Noisey
Stone Jack Jones is part of the weird ambient psychedelic folk world that Lambchop and William Tyler come from. In fact, members of Lambchop are in his band and Kurt Wagner appears as a vocalist and guitarist on several tracks. Patty Griffin sings back up on his albums. Roger Moutenot produces (Yo La Tengo, Sleater Kinney) Think of Jack as a David Lynch type character from West Virginia, an elder mystic coming down from the mountains to tell us what he has seen and learned…