Recorded between January and May 2013, Skipping Away from Dissonance is Jon Fuller's first full-length album. Produced by Chris Connors (Tumbling Bones, Futurelove Apocalypse, Double King) and Jon, the album's 11 tracks are a balance between acoustic and electric -- on the track Time Machine, every electric guitar sound is actually performed by a distorted harpsichord -- that see Fuller tackling topics as diverse as love, patriotism and the place of technology in today's world with a clear voice and a wry sense of humor.
released 14 June 2013
All vocals and instruments by Jon Fuller and Christopher Connors except:
Emily Bookwalter: viola on More Joy
Ally Jenkins: violin on More Joy
Rachel Seiden: oboe on More Joy
David Wojciechowski: cello on Love Snuck In and More Joy
All songs by Jon Fuller
Produced by Christopher Connors and Jon Fuller
Mixed by Christopher Connors
Recorded in Chris's basement
Piano recorded at Beethoven Pianos, New York, NY
Mastered by Mark Dann, New York, NY
Photography by Liz Biro
Graphic design by Jon Fuller
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