The young automutilator

by Andrew Thomas Jacobs

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With an eye toward live sound, and a soft spot for analog. This LP represents singular voices under a unitary yoke. Surrealism. From Georges Bataille to Vincent Van Gogh. From severed ear to dilacerated finger. Where paternalistic gods turn out to be deadbeat dads, with a bad attitude. Where dead crusader popes exalt more death from beyond the grave. Where no matter how dangerous things are, there not as dangerous as 1977. And, finally Dinetah, a good place to end. In beauty!

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released May 22, 2013

Produced, performed and arranged by Andrew Thomas Jacobs. All songs by Andrew Thomas Jacobs. Cover art Maria Bane-Jacobs. I would like to thank my mom for buying my first guitar when I was 15. Nick Berry for all the listening and good times. Rachael Levine for the equipment, help and friendship.Mike James for the soundboard and friendship. All my family on the Rez and off. My wife, whose support is always there.

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Andrew Thomas Jacobs Portland, Oregon

The ongoing solo project. DIY. Musician, artist and proud member of the Navajo Nation. I play (anything if it makes noise) the trumpet, clarinet, Maui xaxaphoon, keyboards, guitars, bass and various hand percussion. Proceeds go directly to the artist. I can not thank you enough for buying my music. Thank you. ... more

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Track Name: 1977
Actual everyday disasters from the year 1977 set to music.