A critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Garland Jeffreys has earned a loyal international audience for his intelligent and passionate songs, informed by a variety of musical styles from rock and R&B to reggae and dance music, and dealing with topics both personal and political, often at the same time. While not especially prolific -- he released a mere five studio albums between 1981 and 2011 -- Jeffreys' work reveals a rock & roller's soul and a poetic sensibility that earned him the respect of musical peers such as Lou Reed, Bruce Springsteen, David Johansen, and John Cale. 1977's Ghost Writer and 1981's Escape Artist captured Jeffreys' stylistic shape-shifting at its best, and while he only released two albums in the '90s, he became more productive in the 2010s, releasing three fine albums with an introspective ...
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