Joe Jackson, who first found success in the late 70s pop/rock world, has managed to retain the singular vision evident in his early work, without ever being beholden to it.

After defining his sound with his first two albums Look Sharp and I’m the Man, Jackson began to take his music in a direction more informed by his formal conservatory training and his varied musical interests, exploring everything from blues and swing to classical music on the records that followed.

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