||1926-1934 CD (2003) |
Andy Jackson CD discography Jazz Oracle's deluxe edition of early Cliff Jackson recordings opens with a QRS player piano roll dating from mid-1926. It is a fine example of Jackson's artistry; he would also record Sidney Easton's "Hock Shop ...
||Terrible Things CD (2010) |
Andy Jackson albums Featuring former members of Taking Back Sunday, Hot Rod Circuit, and Coheed and Cambria, Terrible Things could be considered an emo-rock supergroup; however, for all necessary purposes, they're simply a solid rock band. The band's ...
||Looking Glass CDs (2009) |
Andy Jackson music CDs Limited two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of this 2009 release from this buzzing new all-star band led by Stephen Carey (Adoration) and Tony Pettitt (Fields of the Nephilim). Their debut album, Smoke ...
||In Defense of the Genre CDs (2007)
Andy Jackson discography Say Anything is nothing if not ambitious. The band's first album, IS A REAL BOY, is a rock opera complete with characters, a storyline, and grand theatrical flourishes. Their sophomore release, 2007's IN DEFENSE OF ...
||1930-1945 CD (1998) |
Andy Jackson songs None of this material has ever been easy to find. The selections by Cliff Jackson and his Krazy Kats are exceptionally rare. In addition to Jackson's occasional flourishes of dexterous Harlem piano, highlights include a ...
||Escape Frame CD (2007) |
Andy Jackson CD discography Audio Mixers: Andy Jackson; Tim O'Heir.
Escape Frame: Chris Harvey.
Personnel: Tim Payten (guitar, bass instrument); Jason Singleton (drums); Dustin Phillips, Andy Jackson, Brona Jackson.
Contains five untitled hidden tracks following "First Goodbye".
Additional personnel includes: Burhan Hamdon (vocals); Ville Rippa (Fender Rhodes piano).
The twisted jean soundtrackers of Pepe Deluxe announced their move to England's leading proponent of demented hip-hop in ...
||Underground Is a Dying Breed CD (2007) |
Hot Rod Circuit might never break out of the underground -- underrated and destined to always be mentioned second to peers like the Get Up Kids and Saves the Day -- but that won't be ...
||Sorry About Tomorrow CD (2002)
Solid songwriting that doesn't fall into the usual three-chord power pop/punk trappings and emotional lyrical output that manages to avoid seeming trite mark Sorry About Tomorrow as one to keep an eye and ear on. ...
||In The Key Of D CD (2004) |
Andy Jackson(Hot Rod Circuit)
Audio Mixer: Mike Poorman.
Unknown Contributor Role: Ed Rose .
Safety in Numbers: Kris Flaherty (vocals, guitar); Brona Jackson (background vocals); Andy Jackson, Ryan Pope.
Personnel: Andy Jackson (vocals, guitar); Bernard Jackson (vocals); Ryan Pope ...
||Best Of CD (1998) |
Duke Ellington predominates on this invigorating core sample taken from the early portion of tenor saxophonist Ben Webster's recording career (1931-1942). While more than half of the 22 tracks tap into some of Webster's finest ...
||Been There, Smoked That CD (2002) |
BEEN THERE, SMOKED THAT compiles the band's debut EP plus their earliest recordings as Antidote.
Debut LP, Plus A Collection Of Hard To Find,Live Acoustic Trx
Contains an untitled hidden track following "Sin City".
Hot Rod Circuit: Andy ...
||Reality's Coming Through CD (2004)
Though they reside on Vagrant and have matured at a rate and in a manner similar to the Get Up Kids, there's something...East Coast about Hot Rod Circuit that cordons them off from the dreaded ...
||Build And Structure CD (2002)
Side Project For Andy Jackson Of Hot Rod Circuit
Recorded at Salad Days, Peltsville, Maryland in February 2002.
Personnel: Andy ...