'Sometimes he'd come out on stage and never sing a song. He'd rap for forty minutes. He must have been the first cowboy-folk rap artist. He plays that Martin D-28 with a beat-jazz attitude. A true American original.' Tom Russell on Jack Elliott.
listing of the fairly few ramblin jack stories which have made their way
through to print
herein a row will
appear across the page top listing cd's in print. select an album. lyrics,
reviews, and descriptions become available. select the album cover for
an audio preview.
rolls over a range of personalities. herein lie listed the more spotlit
names, for newcomers.
for the avid jack
junkie lie images, articles, links, anecdotes, and the beloved recollections
jack continues to
move in the news where the biography leaves off events both celebrant
and solemn, alongside site notices.
presenting a preordained setlist unpredictably, jack squashes the already
high standards of his studio work, nightly.
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