14 Songs, 54 Minutes

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Jerrod POTTER ,

Uuummm

Whoops, I had the record on 33 rather than 45, which is why his voice sounded so weird. Much better now.

mandyy101992 ,

Amazzzing

Love the sound of his voice, its chill to listen too.

QTRWATERKING ,

James Jackson Toth or Wooden Wand!!!!!!!!!

Greatness can be acheived by Toth either with a band or without what a great songwriter....dylan,petty,and young with a dash of Lennon GREAT GREAT GREAT whatever name he wants to use

About James Jackson Toth

Cult singer/songwriter James Jackson Toth cut his teeth as the leader of New York-based avant-garde/freak folk ensemble Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice and their myriad incarnations. The Memphis-based artist, along with his wife, Jex Toth, have put out numerous collections of eclectic psychedelic folk-rock under an even more diverse set of names, many pressed onto CD-Rs and sold at shows in extremely limited quantities. For his first "official" solo album, Toth looked to producer Steve Fisk (Nirvana, Soul Coughing, Soundgarden) and a small army of San Francisco-based musicians from the likes of Deerhoof, Vetiver, and Geraldine Fibbers to craft a nuanced, decidedly straightforward collection of songs echoing everybody from Richard Hawley and Chris Isaak to Jason Molina and Bob Dylan. Waiting in Vain arrived in summer 2008 on the Rykodisc label. ~ James Christopher Monger

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