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I have no idea how he does it, but the gentle touch of 'Snowdrops' and the tenderness of '' are just out-of-this-world and incredible.
Glenn Jones is by far one of the most brilliant musicians in this style of music. There's little doubt those familiar with Jones as a co-founder of Cul de Sac will appreciate his restrained and subtle playing. He also has serious credibility as the man who brought Robbie Basho's live album Bonn Ist Supreme to our ears last year and who was entrusted with liner notes for several of Fahey's re-releases and for Red Cross , his final album.
All well and good, and Jones obviously knows his stuff. Fear not, though, for the clarity of his compositions, his technical range, and his obvious wit, all lift him above dusty acedemia. Barbeque Bob in Fishtown is a recording which communicates skill and research, but never at the expense of joy, imagination and sheer love for music. That's not to say that I go around humming these intriguing tunes. Well, "Snowdrops For Robert Walser " is whistleable, I imagine, and probably the most immeadiately pretty track here.
The piece is perfect on so many levels. The title is a marvelous nod to the microscopic beauty of the Swiss author's poems and very short stories written on gum wrappers and tiny scraps of paper.