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Jam Setting Sons

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Jam Setting Sons

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Owner: Andy Rosen

Digital fingerprint: b1f5e8b0 7e1cc057 83671c3d 937f5fc6 2db1204b 6e297eaa b7636791 cdf5a08d

Title: Jam Setting Sons

Creator: Andy Rosen

Owner: Andy Rosen

Edition: 1/50

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Work type: Photography

Submitted at: 3/6/2019 6:31PM

 

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Nationality: British

Country: USA

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Setting Sons is a 1979 album by British band The Jam, their fourth since their debut in 1977. It reached No. 4 in the UK Albums Chart, continuing the commercial (and critical) favour that had begun with their previous album All Mod Cons.[2]

The sole single from Setting Sons, "The Eton Rifles", became the group's first top 10 UK hit, peaking at No. 3.[2] In contrast to its pop-oriented predecessor, Setting Sons features a much harder, tougher production, albeit with the emphasis on melody common throughout The Jam's discography. Arguably, this is the Jam's most thematically ambitious LP. Singer, guitarist and songwriter Paul Weller originally conceived Setting Sons as a concept album detailing the lives of three boyhood friends who later reunite as adults after an unspecified war, only to discover they have grown both up and apart. This concept was never fully developed and it remains unclear which tracks were originally intended as part of the story, although it is commonly agreed that "Thick As Thieves", "Little Boy Soldiers", "Wasteland" and "Burning Sky" are likely constituents; extant Jam bootlegs feature a version of "Little Boy Soldiers" split into three separate recordings, possible evidence that the song was intended to serve as a recurring motif, with separate sections appearing between other songs on the album.

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