[Jandek] RE: Jackpot Records Six and Six vinyl reissue
danen1970 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 09:54:18 PDT 2009
Just leading up to? Now we have creative possibilies - how in the world
could anybody do "put my dream" on vinyl? Can you imagine that thing? I
would have to have that. Immediately! I could sit it next to "Metal Machine
Music" and feel the power emanate from those things, daring a major label to
touch them (even though, obviously, MMR once was - I imagine they fired the
guy that greenlighted that and probably put a ban on his family from working
in the A&R business for at least three generations).
On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Chris Robinson
<hardeveningsuburb at gmail.com>wrote:
> I pre-ordered this from Jackpot in July and was very pleasantly surprised
> when it arrived. The sound quality is indeed excellent. The record itself
> is 180 gram high-quality vinyl, much like their Ready For The House reissue
> from last year.
> I spoke to somebody from Jackpot and they told me that Later On is next on
> the reissue train. It looks like they're going to be reissuing a bunch of
> the Jandek albums on vinyl. I'm very happy about this. Sure, I'd like to
> have the original editions, but the reissues are high quality and very nice
> to have around.
> I'm hoping that eventually we see the post-Apostle 90s cds released on
> vinyl on some point. Graven Image, Glad To Get Away, White Box Requiem, I
> Woke Up, New Town, and The Beginning all have run times that would make
> releasing them on vinyl very possible. In my perfect world, I'd have
> everything leading up to Put My Dream On This Planet on vinyl.
> Anyway, kudos to Jackpot for their wonderful reissues. Can't wait for the
> next one.
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