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Each Second Footstep

by Son Of John

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Lay Low 03:40
The Waves 05:26
Homeless 04:03
Watch Me 03:54


Recording for this record began early 2020 at Echo Zoo Studios (Eastbourne) with producer/engineer Dave Lynch. The majority of the trios recording (acoustic guitar, double bass, drums) were captured during these sessions - with additional overdubs (viola, horns, electric guitar) recorded at Gig House Recording Studios (Leamington) with Producer/engineer Andie Thomson.
'Feel That Moment' & 'Silhouettes Ripple' were added to the record in 2021 with additional string arrangements from Kate St John.
The Album is due for release 22 July 2022


released July 22, 2022

Jacob Johnson - Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
John Parker - Double Bass
Jack Walker - Drums, Percussion & B.Vocals
Eve Pitt - B.Vocals
Will Mather - Lead Guitar
Hugh Rashleigh - Flugelhorn
Adam Cross - Clarinet
Katrin Gilbert - Viola
Andy Bunting - Keys
Blake Kubena - B.Vocals
Kate St John - Oboe, Cor Anglais & String arrangements
Kate Robinson - 1st Violin
Marianne Haynes - 2nd Violin
Bruce White - Viola
Emma Black - Cello
Dave Ferris - Hammond Organ


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Son Of John England, UK

After a little antipodean hiatus Son Of John (Jacob Johnson) is back performing with renowned double bassist John Parker. Last year the duo released their debut E.P “Live at Fieldgate Studio”.
“As with his debut album, the playing is faultless, the original songs outstanding and, if anything, the intervening 2 years have rendered Jacob's voice even more distinctive.” – Paul Jackson(Fatea)
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