Chris Jones visited Stockfisch Records for the first time in 1982, recording his first album "No Looking Back". The vinyl renaissance of our days makes it possible: "No Looking Back" is published again in 2017 as a vinyl record.
In 1982, a 24-year-old guitarist named Chris Jones came to our studio in Northeim to record 10 songs for his first album. On a 2" tape recorder and mixer: Günter Pauler. It was already common practice for studios to invite studio musicians for some musical and sounding contributions: Oss Rentz (Hein & Oss) with vocals, John Heinrich at the pedal steel, Wojtek Bolimowski on the violin, Hans-Jörg Maucksch with his Fretless bass.At that time, the marvelously creative collaboration between Stockfisch-Records and the ingenious guitarist Chris Jones began - and it should last more than two decades.
When Chris Jones's CD "moonstruck" was produced at Stockfisch in the winter of '99/2000, we decided to add the meanwhile out of print album "No Looking Back" to this album as Bonus-CD. On the occasion of the release Chris wrote: "My first LP (yes, it was before CDs existed!)" No Looking Back "is included in it's digitally re-mastered form 1982, other than me getting old and fat. The songs are still personal (maybe even more so, I've lived and learned a lot in these 17 years) and the music means just as much. "
Who would have thought that in 2017 it would be possible to publish these wonderful 10 titles again as a long-playing record? The current vinyl renaissance makes it possible.