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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
300 only of The Reverent Jorfy on 12" with sumptuous artwork, lyrics and track notes. Album has been specifically re-mastered for this vinyl release. Price of the album includes free digital download of .wav files.
Includes unlimited streaming of The Reverent Jorfy
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
The songs on The Reverent Jorfy are complex lyrical journeys, deliberately ambiguous they allow you to form any number of conclusions as to what may be their actual meaning. From the very start of the album the listener is invited into what seems like a secret world, an intimate space.
I Don’t Know, Soft Landing and Let It Go are like aural sketches; the ideas are glimpses, each line leaves an impression rather than a conclusion.
Songs in the folk idiom such as Breelong Black and Hampden Bridge Restoration Project Song are given an alternate edge with their minimal instrumentation and whispered vocal delivery.
Songs dealing with the writer’s mortality such as Don’t The Sky Look Blue Today and Buried Alive show a maturity and a natural questioning that comes with 40 odd years of existence on the planet.
The Reverent Jorfy is a career defining album. A point where the old is acknowledged and then thrown off and ahead the track lies, dry and dusty, meandering and undulating. It’s a path you may want to spend some quality time walking down.
released February 23, 2013
Produced by Syd Green @ MonoNest Creative Suite
Studio Assistant: Michael Cable
Big Thanks: Katrina Endean, Syd Green, Elhi Green, Tania Bowra, Loretta Parsley, Bibi Cotman, Anya Kilbey, John Kilbey
All instruments Andy Gordon and Syd Green
Guitar solo on I'm a Man: Chalkie White
Vocals on Don't The Sky Look Blue Today, I Don't Know and Soft Landing: Tania Bowra
Claps on Buried Alive: Elhi Green
Thanks to Marco Verdugo @ Cantamar Studios
Design: Jo Stirling @ Morf Design
Mastered: Rick O'Neil @ Turtlerock