Tennessee Jet is the pulse of American roots. Â The crossroads, the railroads, and the back roads. Â The flesh and the spirit, the lion and the lamb, the blood and the sweat. Â Even more a representation of these here United States is the diversity in which Tennessee Jet treads. Â Blues run into bayou country and bleed into heart-on-sleeve soul. Â One minute you’re at a small town revival and the next minute you’re knee deep in the marsh. Â 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. Â Open minds and open beers will be needed for the ride.
Fonoflo Records is dropping 3 different color variants onÂ Sunday, May 24th. Â My favorite is the ‘falling star’ variant, but it will run a bit more expensive due to the extra cost of hand-pressing them. Â 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.
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).
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive