[Jandek] Other musicians
soccerdude219 at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 4 22:48:17 PDT 2005
But how can you say with such assuredness that Jandek did it all himself? Threre's no real proof of it, just as there's not much to prove he did have others there.
BlackMonk <BlackMonk at msn.com> wrote:
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From: "cassettophone cassettophone"
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Subject: [Jandek] Other musicians
> On that subject, I like to see "Jandek" as some sort of musical entity,
> call it a "band" or a "collective" or a "project" if you will, but not
> just a person. So who plays on Blue Corpse? How many musicians? I think
> that's not the point. The point is: the music comes from that "Jandek"
> entity, and weither it's Sterling and Eddie (or Paul or Ringo....) or just
> one guy alone, the idea is that the music IS. The players, in a sense,
> disapear behind the name, as if it was produced by ghosts, or by an
> anonymous group of persons on an unmarked tape found in a basement.
> And that is what makes Jandek's music fascinating. We could know
> everything about "Mr. Smith", from his marital status to his favorite
> drink, there would still be that part of mystery in the music.
That might be an interesting way to look at it, but in reality, the music
wasn't made by an anonymous collective of people coming and going with no
constants. There really was one person behind it all. Saying "the players
disappear behind the name" in effect denies the man who did create it the
respect he deserves for his achivement.
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