John Jackson | Strange Attractors

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Strange Attractors

by John Jackson

Melodic dreamy indie lo fi pop
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. A Spiral Staircase
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2. The Cruel Croupier
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3. Dangerous to Know
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4. Strange Attractors
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5. Forty Percent Proof
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6. Yes, I Dream and It's Ok
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7. Heat With Temperature
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8. Everything Under Control
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9. An Opposite Antediluvian Love Song
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10. No News
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Album Notes
This is the debut album from U.K singer songwriter John Jackson. This album is only now in 2007 being released digitally after the phenomenal sales of his second album " Bad things happen all the time".

"Strange Attractors" is the wonderful debut album from solo artist " John Jackson". This album is beautiful and starts off with the touching and organic 60-esq acoustic ballad " A Spiral Staircase". Dreamy, meloncholy, touching and emotional this album features the Matchbox Radio 24 Number 1 hit " The Cruel Croupier" with it's sleek trip hop beats and jazzy feel. "Have we had enough, are we mad enough" asks John on " Dangerous to know" where John demonstrates his smooth and haunting vocals. From acoustic guitars, electro beats and dreamy falsetto to ballads this album has it all. There is a slightly Belle and Sebastian/Paddy Mc'aloon quality to John's vocals on tracks like " Strange Attractors" and this is mixed with experimental sounds and loops to create a classic album worth buying. Also featuring the wonderful Colourfield/Aztec Camera-esq acoustic gem " Heat With Temperature" and the Prefab Sprout-esq " Everything under Control". Excellent. A modern album with a classic feel.


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