For The Vagabond Believer

by Jason Clark

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This was Fringes first full-length studio project. The album was a gigantic 14 track rollercoaster. It was recorded in a little studio in a little town in Western NY. It was an exciting time and a great experience. We would work through the night at the studio while Shawn Harnish - electric guitars - played the role of engineer. Eric Perry - drums - would go into the live room and complain between takes about how cold it was in there.

After agonizing for months over art work, in the end, the answer had been staring the band in the face all along. There was a painting of Jesus, looking somewhat vagabond-ish in the studio. When Shawn showed up one day with a mock up of the painting as the cover art, the band unanimously agreed.

Kurry Spencer played Bass for this album and Fringe had several guests including Jesse Sprinkle and John Stevens. Eventually the album was picked up and distributed by Gray Dot Records / Bullet Proof. The Album was released in 2000.

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released January 1, 2000

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Jason Clark Charlotte, North Carolina

Jason Clark is an aspiring believer, a fledgling revivalist, a fellow traveler who's learning to be loved and to love, to believe in greater measure and live greater works.

Jason is a singer/songwriter, and author.

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