Arkedelphia: After a hiatus of 10 years, Rob Jungklas is back with a full-length work that has everybody talking. “Arkadelphia” is a radical departure from his previous work “Closer to the Flame” (1986) on Manhattan Records (which included 3 hit singles, a MTV video, and a track in the movie “The Principal”, starring Jim Belushi). In 1989, Rob released “Worksong For a New Moon” (RCA/BMG) before taking his extended hiatus from the music scene. Having been immersed in the Memphis music scene ever since, Rob has remained in touch with musical elements and culture that surrounds the southern delta–“Arkadelphia” is full of brooding and voodoo, loss and redemption. Gully: Rob’s last release, “Arkadelphia,” was one of the smartest, darkest, and most profound of any of it’s peer releases in 2002. The nuance of his latest work, “Gully,” stands up to it’s predecessor with a sense of time and place, life and death, God and devil, death and dirt. “Gully” is sure to hit the exceptional release list of 2007, as well as one of Madjack’s proudest releases in it’s ten years of presenting Memphis music. Mapping the Wreckage:Rob’s third release on Madjack Records, featuring an allstar line up of Memphis musicians, recorded at legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN. In November 2013, The Spirit and The Spine will be released. This record, which again features some of Memphis’ finest, completes a trilogy of records including Arkadelphia and Gully.