"Anyone recovering from a 35-year coma right now might think that the days of Cat Stevens and James Taylor havent really gone at all. Young boho men with acoustic guitars and no fear of baring their souls; Damien Rice, Ray LaMontagne, Ben Harper (dont blame me for listing these types, Jacks own website does it too) its all getting a mite too confessional at times.
Yet why complain? While the format may be getting a little ubiquitous and a little too comfortable its no worse than the umpteenth indie band that sound like they were freeze-dried in about 1982. Quality, as ever will out, and Jacks got it. Its up to us to make sure that we dont push him too fast. At the tender age of 22 hes already got a fine, emotive voice and an undoubted gift for a heart-stopping chord sequence."
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