Jack O' the Clock | All My Friends

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All My Friends

by Jack O' the Clock

The third release by Bay-Area avant-folk quintet paints a stark contemporary American mythology, colored by the band's broad multi-instrumentalism alongside an expanded woodwind/brass section, guzheng, no-input mixer, corrugated pipes, and more.
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. All My Friends Are Dead
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2. The Academy
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3. A Lot of People Are Dead Wrong Most of the Time
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4. The Pilot
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5. Deepwater Turbines Turning
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6. Half Searching, Half There
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7. Saturday Afternoon On the Median
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8. Disaster
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9. Analemma
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10. What to Do in Our Neighborhood, Pt. 1
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11. What to Do in Our Neighborhood, Pt. 2
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12. Old Friend in a Hole
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13. All My Friends Are in My Head
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Album Notes
Jack O' The Clock "take us on a journey away from the three minute pop song to a nirvana of freeform yet relaxed musical
complexity" (Bluesbunny, Glasgow, Scotland). The group's sound, a jangly mix of concert-hall agility, acoustic rock drive, and junk shop scouring, has conjured comparisons to Sufjan Stevens, Henry Cow, Frank Zappa, and Philip Glass, and the lyrics, with a penchant for outsider narratives and involute imagery, to Joanna Newsom and Fables-era R.E.M. "There's an amazing amount of originality...and those looking for some intrepid, barrier-breaking music would do well to start here" (Peter Thelen, Expose).


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