With numerous albums released over the years and a strong and dedicated fanbase worldwide, Seattle psychedelic pop outfit The Green Pajamas, led by main songwriter and singer Jeff Kelly (The Goblin Market) with Joe Ross (Capping Day), Eric Lichter, Laura Weller (The Goblin Market/Capping Day), and Scott Vanderpool, enjoys critical recognition from all corners of music journalism, from Entertainment Weekly to Ptolemaic Terrascope.
To celebrate The Green Pajamas’ 20th Anniversary, Hidden Agenda will release two CDs of new material. Kicking off is Ten White Stones, recorded live-in-the-studio over two nights at Studio V in Seattle during April of 2004. Ten White Stones offers much more than merely live renditions of Green PJ's classics. Outside of three tracks, "The Cruel Night" and "Lost Girls Song" (both from Northern Gothic), and “(She’s Still) Bewitching Me” (showcased as a steamy lament in this setting), the remaining seven songs are all previously unreleased, including the closer, a slow-burn version of the Hank Williams classic "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)".
Jeff Kelly comments, “We were invited by a friend who had been wanting to record us for a while and we decided it could be a fun experiment. It's raw and fairly spontaneous like our live shows.”
Looking forward into the new year The Green Pajamas will release a new album on Hidden Agenda tentatively titled The Night Races Into Anna, which Kelly says “will have a great variety of music and production style, which I picture more along the lines of Strung Behind the Sun then say Northern Gothic and some of our more thematic albums."