Grandaddy frontman debuts his first album since that band's demise - and guess what? It sounds like Grandaddy. Duh. That means it's absolutely worth listening to and buying a copy. Jason is one of the few people I will mention when talking about artists who have also mastered the art of recording and production. His records sound like proper albums - no compromises. Recorded at his home studio, The Warbler, in Montana, the album was mixed with Thom Monahan (yeah, we charge him for all these mentions) at some studio called The Hangar in Sacramento, CA. Mastered by Mark Chalecki at Little Red Book Mastering. (,

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