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August 18, 2010


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Good post. I like to read your posts. well written. thank you.

Ron of Cameron

Me and Jason had talked about collaborating for years. What started as a weird indie art film, morphed into an art show idea (“Dismantled Hope”). Originally Jason was to create mostly just instrumental background music with lots of noises. But instead he got overly ambitious and created whole songs, based a lot off of back-n-forth e-mail notes between us for the film. He was also gracious enough to include two of my all-time favorite Grandaddy tracks “In The Town Where I’m Livin Now” and “At The Mall In Klamath Falls”! So if he stuck to the background instrumental songs a CD release probably never would have happened. Thanks to Jason for being a workaholic.

Mike Antonich

Thanks for the insight and background on the project Ron! Appreciate it.


thank you for that great review.
btw, sometimes i think that its his best solo album so far!!!

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