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Jack Cutter - Serpent Strut Larry Heard 12
Jack Cutter
Serpent Strut Larry Heard 12" Remixes
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Claremont 56)
8,44 €* 12,99 € -35%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A repress with a difference - different tracks on side B! Also limited to 300 copies!
Jack Cutter - Serpent Strut Feat. David Harks
Jack Cutter
Serpent Strut Feat. David Harks
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Claremont 56)
13,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Jack Cutter is a songwriter and guitarist based in the San Francisco Bay Area
in California. He started with a $5 banjo just after finishing high school. In
University, during the late 60’s, he performed with bar bands in Buffalo, New
York. After completing University and a year as an Aerospace Engineer, he
decided that attack helicopters were not really what the world needed and so
he headed off to California in pursuit of music and mystic times.
Fast forward to Fall 2014: Jack is playing his quintessential tune, ‘Gift of Our
Fathers’ in the SF BART subway to an onslaught of morning commuters when
he was spotted by 40 Thieves. Eureka! Love at first sight and in the next few
months, two of Jack’s original acoustic pieces were given the 40 Thieves
Enter David Sanderson aka David Harks, a singer, songwriter, producer and
label curator from the East Sussex region of the UK. “Having fallen in love with
the cosmic boogie (of 40 Thieves classic ‘Backward Love’) I really felt I would
love nothing more than to write a tune with them. Layne got back in touch with a
track he was working on entitled Serpent Strut with Jack Cutter and we worked
via email over a few months to brew up that misty soul.”
Deep, stony, psychedelic, drawing from the well of Hawkwind, Joni Mitchell,
David Crosby, Baffo Banfi and Tolkien-tinged acoustic Led Zep, the proof of
concept is now complete and in the capable and loving hands of Claremont 56.
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