Tennessee Jet is the pulse of American roots.  The crossroads, the railroads, and the back roads.  The flesh and the spirit, the lion and the lamb, the blood and the sweat.  Even more a representation of these here United States is the diversity in which Tennessee Jet treads.  Blues run into bayou country and bleed into heart-on-sleeve soul.  One minute you’re at a small town revival and the next minute you’re knee deep in the marsh.  Whatever it is you love about this country, at some point on Tennessee Jet’s debut…you’re gonna find it.

I hear the deep-fried blues of the Alabama Shakes, the guttural cry of Paul Westerberg’s slower ballads, and the alt country perfection of Ryan Adams.  Open minds and open beers will be needed for the ride.

Fonoflo Records is dropping 3 different color variants on Sunday, May 24th.  My favorite is the ‘falling star’ variant, but it will run a bit more expensive due to the extra cost of hand-pressing them.  The red and blue moon variants run at $22.50, so if you want the rarity along with the lower cost, those 2 are for you.


The Details

There's only 300 total copies that were made: 100 "Falling Stars", 100 "Red Moon", and 100 "Blue Moon".
Blues and Reds will be $22.50 each and the Falling Stars will be $32.50 (mainly because the cost more to be hand-pressed that way).
There will also be 2 unique custom pressed records available that'll probably go super quick.

All records feature a "Compound 3D Anamorphic Illusion" b-side label that requires a cylindrical mirror to see (like a socket or a guitar slide). Every record will also include a 11x22" double sided fold out insert that features the extended cover art which when propped up at 90 degrees and viewed at a certain angle will look 3 dimensional (another anamophic illusion).

Thanks to Nicholas Gagnon for the tip!

Price $32.5

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