Jack O' the Clock | Repetitions of the Old City II

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Repetitions of the Old City II

by Jack O' the Clock

Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Damascus Gate
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2. Miracle Car Wash, 1978
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3. Island Time
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4. Errol at Twenty-Three
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5. Whiteout
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6. Guru on the Road
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7. My Room Before Sleep
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8. Into the Fireplace
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9. Unger Reminisces
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10. I'm Afraid of Fucking the Whole Thing Up
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11. Double Door
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12. A Sick Boy
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Album Notes
Jack of the Clock just seem to go from strength to strength, one of the most original and compelling groups I know playing some amazing compositions that seem to tread effortlessly between Van Dyke Parks and folk music from an as yet unidentified culture, while making all the things you've always thought of as difficult sound as effortless and natural as breathing.” -FRED FRITH

"[The] compositions and the ensemble playing is beautiful, confident and perhaps even a bit heavier than what we’re used to [with the band's earlier work]. Fantastic balance of songs and moods, and no shortage of raw soul and emotional power. How can I describe these guys? Maybe what would happen if you threw ‘Heavy Horses’ era Tull and Roy Harper into a blender with a dash of Henry Cow and a pinch of ‘English Settlement’ era XTC. In other words - You don’t want to miss this!" IAN BEABOUT, Deep Cuts

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