Jack Cotten | A Window Without Glass Is Just A Hole In the Wall

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A Window Without Glass Is Just A Hole In the Wall

by Jack Cotten

Folk/Rock rich with humor, lies and truth, shadows and light.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'm Writing Songs
2:06 album only
2. No One Knows Woe Like Me And My Toe
3:00 album only
3. Knowing Me
4:42 album only
4. Underground
6:24 album only
5. Together
3:35 album only
6. The Grandpa Song
2:41 album only
7. Big Shaw Truck
3:34 album only
8. Bad Day
2:58 album only
9. Dig A Hole
3:44 album only
10. My Time Has Almost Come
3:19 album only
11. What's His Face
3:28 album only


Album Notes
Jack's first three years of life were spent in the south under fierce hippy rule. This conflict of culture, hippies verse hicks, has forever rooted itself deep in his soul and is constantly causing all sorts of social problems.

Before going solo he worked with The beloved cult band The David Hasslehoff 5 for a number of years playing drums, and also is a part time member of the studio band Bending Bus.

"A Window Without Glass Is Just A Hole In The Wall" is his debut solo record. The album contains eleven original songs rich in dark and dry humor. Songs about change, murder, pain, death, overcoming, under achieving, self sabotage, love and fighting, crazy grandpas, and even the process of writing songs itself. Quirky, sometimes to the point of ridiculousness, it sounds like a mad scientist with some new toys and total disregard for his surroundings or the consequences of mixing this with that...

Or that with this.

Jack has lived in Seattle Washington for over 25 years.



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