A method of connecting two flat pieces of wood without mechanical fasteners. This is one of the strongest joints for 90 degree joints. Very strong, dovetail joints get their name from the shape of the "tails" on the end-grain.
Dovetail Joint was a rock band that formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1992. The band featured guitar/vocalist Charles Gladfelter, guitarist Robert Byrne, bassist Jon Kooker, and drummer Joe Dapier. After several years of playing locally, as well as independently releasing their self titled album in 1995, the band started to garner interest after their song "Level on the Inside" was featured on an annual compilation disc of local radio station WKQX Q101.
Dovetail Joint is Dovetail Joint's debut label release. The album is also known as "The Black Album" due to the black background used throughout the album insert as well as the disc itself. Only 5000 copies were manufactured.