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Garrinton T Jones – Ring Out The Changes

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Garrington T Jones has gained a reputation as a performer of new tradition Blues and Acoustic music. He is a multi-instrumentalist who gives the art of lyrical storytelling, a modern day edge. Garrington has released three studio albums; “Abyssinia” (Oct 2017) and “Dead Roses” (Sept 2019) and more recently “The Odd Box” (Nov 2021). Recorded at The Old Cider Press Studio near Evesham with producer Dave Draper, “The Odd Box” is a mixture of Blues & Country-Blues songs; self-penned and in-collaboration-with other musos & it is recorded and mixed in the new tradition style. Tracks from Jones’s albums are played regularly by BBC Music and on radio stations across Europe and Australia and are available on all the main streaming services worldwide. Garrington has recently released on BandCamp a “seasonal single” called “Ring Out The Changes”. The song has a limited release period and like the Christmas decorations and our New Year resolutions, it’ll be gone by the 12th night on the 6th January 2022

Emily Ewing features as a backing vocalist on “Ring Out The Changes” and songs on “The Odd Box” and part of  “Dead Roses”.

Carol Sampson was also on BV’s for “Dead Roses” and tracks on “Abyssinia”.

All the albums and “Ring Out The Changes” were produced and mastered by Dave Draper, who happened to play some instruments as well and is the producer for Emily’s and Carol’s albums too.

 

 

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