Stevie Jackson releases his debut solo album, (I Can’t Get No) Stevie Jackson (Banchory LP6318) on 26th September 2011. The Belle and Sebastian guitarist has been working on the record for a number of years around the band’s touring recording commitments and his occasional involvement with other touring and recording ventures, notably The Vaselines, Russian Red, Bill Wells Trio and God Help the Girl. The album features twelve songs, which have been written with a range of collaborators over the span of the band’s career and recorded in Glasgow and Vancouver in the period since their 2006 album, The Life Pursuit. In addition to featuring various members of Belle and Sebastian, the tracks recorded in Glasgow include contributions from long-term associates and collaborators of Stevie’s including Roy Moller and Gary Thom (The Company), Bill Wells, Alex Neilson (Trembling Bells) and Katrina Mitchell (The Pastels), while the Vancouver recordings feature the New Pornographers’ rhythm section, Kurt Dahle and John Collins.
The album is initially available as a download from http://www.steviejackson.net, will also be available in a heavyweight, gatefold vinyl edition and on CD via Banchory Music. There are options when downloading to pre-order the CD and vinyl, both of which will also be on sale at the forthcoming shows. The full track listing is: Pure of Heart / Just, Just So To The Point/ Try Me/ Richie Now / Dead Man’s Fall/ Bird’s Eye View Man of God / Kurosawa/ Where Do All The Good Girls Go?/ Telephone Song/ Press Send/ Feel The Morning.
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