Jazzyspoon - A Product Of My Environment

by Jazzyspoon

Remastered in 2018.
Purchase your CD/Digital copy here:
jazzyspoon.bandcamp.com/album/...ment-remastered
Jazzyspoon on Soundcloud: Jazzyspoon

This album features ten unique tracks of diverse electronic sounds, all fused into a smooth-flowing universe that orbits around Jazzyspoon’s personal touch. Cataloguing the artist’s musical and life journey of the past three years, A Product Of My Environment offers the listener both blatant and subtle sonic explorations into its creator’s mind.

All tracks produced, arranged, performed, and written by Jason Pottorff.
Artwork by Chris Common and edited by Jay Klomp at redrocketrebellion.com

1 - Chain Letter
EPiano: Matt "Zoozither" Turner. Additional drum/percussion: Justin Sullivan.

2 - The Long Trip Home
Vocals clips: Lisa Taylor, Joshua Felix, and Vim Cortez.

3 - RevLOLver
Lead solo horn: Jeff Bernhardt.

4 - Bigger Pictures
Vocal clips: Joshua Felix.

5 - The Great North Wet
Jordan Ashcraft: Bass. Theron Thompson: backwards lead guitar.
Vocal aaahs: Jess Peabody.
Native American flute/chant: unknown Puite tribesman. Open sourced file known as 'Puitegamblingsong.ogg" found on internet archives/wikipedia, circa 1896.

6 - Daydreamwalkers

7 - What Happens In Waves

8 - Camper Moon
Lead wah guitar: Theron Thompson. 2nd pick guitar: Jordan Ashcraft.

9 - Good To Be Here
Additional lead guitar: Theron Thompson. Vocal aaahs: Lisa Taylor.
Turntablism: Chris Common.

10 - It’s All In My head

Special thanks go to Lisa Taylor, Vim Cortez, Joshua "Jaes 1" Felix, Justin Sullivan, Theron Thompson, Jordan Ashcraft, Jeff Berndhart, Matt Turner, Jess Peabody, Ryan Arnold, Chris Common, IG88, Vlantis, Sonya Cote, Christina Sutherlin, Mary Hernandez, Nick Sherman, my IDMforums.com peers, Sonic Charge, and my family. This was the theme of this album, my friends and family as influences and inspiration. I am grateful for you all. Finally, thanks to Beth and Max, who patiently let me live out my dreams in the basement studio on those days they would probably rather I was with them. I will always be thankful for you and your support.

jazzyspoon.com
inspaceandtimerecords.com

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Remastered in 2018.
Purchase your CD/Digital copy here:
jazzyspoon.bandcamp.com/album/...ment-remastered
Jazzyspoon on Soundcloud: Jazzyspoon

This album features ten unique tracks of diverse electronic sounds, all fused into a smooth-flowing universe that orbits around Jazzyspoon’s personal touch. Cataloguing the artist’s musical and life journey of the past three years, A Product Of My Environment offers the listener both blatant and subtle sonic explorations into its creator’s mind.

All tracks produced, arranged, performed, and written by Jason Pottorff.
Artwork by Chris Common and edited by Jay Klomp at redrocketrebellion.com

1 - Chain Letter
EPiano: Matt "Zoozither" Turner. Additional drum/percussion: Justin Sullivan.

2 - The Long Trip Home
Vocals clips: Lisa Taylor, Joshua Felix, and Vim Cortez.

3 - RevLOLver
Lead solo horn: Jeff Bernhardt.

4 - Bigger Pictures
Vocal clips: Joshua Felix.

5 - The Great North Wet
Jordan Ashcraft: Bass. Theron Thompson: backwards lead guitar.
Vocal aaahs: Jess Peabody.
Native American flute/chant: unknown Puite tribesman. Open sourced file known as 'Puitegamblingsong.ogg" found on internet archives/wikipedia, circa 1896.

6 - Daydreamwalkers

7 - What Happens In Waves

8 - Camper Moon
Lead wah guitar: Theron Thompson. 2nd pick guitar: Jordan Ashcraft.

9 - Good To Be Here
Additional lead guitar: Theron Thompson. Vocal aaahs: Lisa Taylor.
Turntablism: Chris Common.

10 - It’s All In My head

Special thanks go to Lisa Taylor, Vim Cortez, Joshua "Jaes 1" Felix, Justin Sullivan, Theron Thompson, Jordan Ashcraft, Jeff Berndhart, Matt Turner, Jess Peabody, Ryan Arnold, Chris Common, IG88, Vlantis, Sonya Cote, Christina Sutherlin, Mary Hernandez, Nick Sherman, my IDMforums.com peers, Sonic Charge, and my family. This was the theme of this album, my friends and family as influences and inspiration. I am grateful for you all. Finally, thanks to Beth and Max, who patiently let me live out my dreams in the basement studio on those days they would probably rather I was with them. I will always be thankful for you and your support.

jazzyspoon.com
inspaceandtimerecords.com