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Stevie Jackson is best known as a guitarist and occasional songwriter in Belle & Sebastian (usually contributing one or two tracks per LP). However, he's also worked with The Vaselines, Russian Red, Roy Moller, and The Bill Wells Trio, among others. His first solo album, worked on in pieces since 2006, sports a sound familiar to B&S fans. "Bird's Eye View" is exactly the kind of low-key melodic gem that the band excels at; Jackson captures that wistful undertow. "Where Do All the Good Girls Go?" evokes memories of '60s pop, with its bouncy piano groove, sprightly electric bass line, and energetic vocal harmonies. "Telephone Song" touches on elements of Leonard Cohen and the sun-splashed pop of The Association and The Beatles. "Press Send" is a goofy novelty track that sounds like Jackson is spoofing The Kinks at their most vaudevillian. "Just, Just So to the Point" throws in an electric piano and blue-eyed soul and funk. It's a diverse collection of tunes, with many satisfying release points. 


Born: January 16, 1969 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Glaswegian born singer and multi-instrumentalist Stevie Jackson is best known as the lead guitarist for indie pop institution Belle & Sebastian. Jackson was playing with Glasgow indie rockers the Moondials when he first met B&S founder Stuart Murdoch in the early 90's. Both Jackson and Murdoch were frequent solo performers in their town's relatively small open mike night scene, and Murdoch had to go to great lengths to woo Jackson away from his stable gig with the Moondials and convince him to join...
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