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JACKSON AND THE JANKS - S/T

ABOUT

Jackson and the Janks are a rock and roll and rhythm and blues garage gospel band. Known to light up the floor with fresh and time honored dancin' music. Sacred steel lifting you up and bass saxophone holding it down.

 

Their highly anticipated self-titled debut album was recorded live-to-tape by Bill Howard in New Orleans from Spring 2016 - May 2018, and captures the explosive live energy and timeless sound the band is known for. The album is a mix of originals and classics, characterized by the extraordinary and unmistakable vocal talent of singer/guitarist Jackson Lynch combined with the masterful and inventive musicianship displayed by each member of this uniquely arranged line-up, which features Matt Bell on lap steel, Craig Flory on bass sax, and Duff Thompson and Sam Doores sharing backing vocals while trading-off on drums and keys.

Release date: July 14, 2023

TRACK LIST

1. Stumblin'

2. Hurt Me

3. Voodoo Working

4. Give an Account

5. Too Late

6.  Sleep On, Mother

7. Baby Boy

8. Baby, Please Don't Go

9. Milky White Way

 CREDITS

Jackson Lynch - Vocals, Guitar

Matt Bell - Lap Steel

Craig Flory - Bass Sax

Duff Thompson - Keys (2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8), Drums (1, 6, 9), Backing Vocals

Sam Doores - Keys (1, 6, 9), Drums (2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8), Backing Vocals

Leonie Evans - Vocals (5)

"Stumblin'", "Hurt Me", and "Baby Boy" written by Jackson Lynch

"Voodoo Working" written by Charles Sheffield

"Give an Account" written by Dorothy Lee Johnson, Norma Jean Johnson, Robert Johnson, and Shirley Marie Johnson

"Too Late" written by Morgan Robinson, Clarence Lewis, and Alden Bunn

"Sleep On, Mother" written by William Thatch, Melvin Smith, Luther Daniels, and William Boush

"Baby, Please Don't Go" written by Joseph Lee Williams

"Milky White Way" written by Lander Coleman

 

Recorded by Bill Howard 

Mixed by Bill Howard and Jackson & the Janks

Music Arranged by Jackson & the Janks

Mastered by Carl Saff

Cover Design by Minnie Heart

Cover Photo by Benton Brown

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