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Pawl Jefferson is the musical outlet of Jeff Stultz, formerly of the Brooklyn, NY band Limbs (2004-2010). Described as "well produced... intriguing, dreamy alt folk" (The Deli NYC) his songs are driven by a multi instrumental curiosity and fascination with the recording process. Jeff currently lives in Pescadero, California and experiments with field recording and improvisational sonic layering.

Audiobricolage Jeff Stultz / Pawl Jefferson

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Pawl Jefferson is the musical outlet of Jeff Stultz, formerly of the Brooklyn, NY band Limbs (2004-2010). Described as "well produced... intriguing, dreamy alt folk" (The Deli NYC) his songs are driven by a multi instrumental curiosity and fascination with the recording process. Jeff currently lives in Pescadero, California and experiments with field recording and improvisational sonic layering.

    Turn on your mind, relax and float down stream

    Turn on your mind, relax and float down stream

    Field recordings and impressionist snapshots collected while canoeing down the Green River in Utah thru Canyonlands Nation Park. A memory collage of an interconnecting group of friends gathered for a wedding celebration, interwoven with musical improvisations by Jeff Stultz (Pawl Jefferson). For Christopher Mauch and Michelle David (Aug 25-29, 2016). "The Werewolf" written and performed by Michael Hurley. Excerpt from "Desert Solitaire" by Edward Abbey, read by Jeff Stultz. "Love is a River" written by Andy Barr and performed by Mia Riddle.

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