The White Eagle

by COTTON

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credits

released December 14, 2014

J. Han - Singing, Guitar, Organ and Casio
Shannen Hansen - Singing, Floor Tom and Cabasa
Sam Gray - Tenor Saxophone

Stephen Steinbrink - Singing on "Knot"
Calvin Johnson - Singing on "Knot"

All song made up by J. Han

Produced by Calvin Johnson (w/ Shannen Hansen)
Recorded Mixed and Mastered at Dub Narcotic Studio
from June 10 to June 13, 2014
Mixed by Calvin Johnson and Ephriam Nagler
Mastered by Ephriam Nagler

This record is dedicated to Christopher Hinzmann, Arun, Riley Holland, John Vecchiarelli and my parents.

Willamette Week:
At Dub Narcotic Studios in Olympia, less is more. Calvin Johnson’s audio office is a place for artists to bask in their idiosyncrasies, and it’s a fitting context for Portland’s J. Han, who plays bony DIY folk as Cotton. The White Eagle is a sparse and daydreamy sort of record, made up of two-minute-plus vignettes too brittle for a big studio. Built primarily around an acoustic guitar and Casio riffs, Cotton’s newest work is honest, impure and playful. The subject matter strays from love and mortality to farts and weed, and it’s as impulsive and erratic as a conversation around a campfire. Opening track “Seasons of the Heart” feels like a Woody Guthrie tune, while “Green” touts a whimsical, Ween-ish kind of vibe. Highlights “Lilium” and “Knot” demonstrate Han’s ability to uproot four-chord country waltzes and, with the help of his expressive vocals, arrive on a different plane. It’s an extremely intriguing and downright human take on modern folk.
www.wweek.com/portland/article-23639-album_review_cotton.html

krecs.com/dub-narcotic-studio/in-the-studio-with-cotton/

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