East of Bristol, West of Knoxville

Jordan Chassen has done it all over the past thirty years. His recording debut was as part of a Live At CBGB set put out in 1976, his solo debut came out 20 years later on Polydor and now he’s back with a followup another 10 years down the road.

Not very prolific really. But the music on East Of Bristol, West Of Knoxville is so prisitine (recorded by Jordan in his analog studio) and of such a high quality that you can understand the delay.

Hard Work Being A FoolThings Just Do [Download]

Don’t be a fool get this record now at Strong Recordings (heck it was Jim Fusilli’s Top albums for Boomers in 2005).

One Response to “East of Bristol, West of Knoxville”

  1. Lizzy says:

    hey, thanks for turning me onto this guy, i really like him!