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Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic Folk: Psych-folk Moods: Type: Experimental
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Sir Jhon

by Sir Jhon

14 quirky tunes that blend bluegrass, americana, and psych-folk with a punk aesthetic. "An underground cult classic to behold" Jason Rufus Sewell, Nebulost Productions.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Nu-ugh!
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2. Underwater World
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3. #5
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4. How Gauche
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5. March of the Caca
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6. Spin'n'n
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7. Mr. Pancake
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8. Beep-bo
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9. Musta Bina Bastard
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10. Frelin's Luder
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11. Nobody Knows
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12. Stagecoach
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13. Schalapen
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14. The Orange Chair
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Sir Jhon album uses the banjo and/or acoustic guitar as the foundation for each song. From there the production varies drastically. Some tracks call on fuzzed out synthesizers and saxophones while others use a violin or mandolin to complete the mood of the tune. Idiosyncratic lyrics are sometimes quirky and humorous, sometimes insightful or thought provoking. The clarinet, drum set, tongue drum, djembe, cabasa, snake charmer flute, saxophone, synthesizers, electric guitar, flute, violin, mandolin, bass, upright bass, and additional vocalists all appear on different tracks with different feels, yet the album congeals into a unified piece of art.
Sir Jhon performs as a solo act with a banjo, acoustic guitar, and an assortment of effects. One never knows exactly what to expect at a show.

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