[Jandek] A Minimum of Jandek
giannarellman at gmail.com
Thu Mar 2 11:36:48 PST 2006
yes, it is electric bass, and the new recordings are a lot cleaner, i think
he's using pro-tools
On 3/1/06, Dave Parent <dave9199 at lycos.com> wrote:
> >a minimal Jandek collection would have to have at least one album from
> every major period (the a >capella period, being such an abberation,
> probably isn't necesary).
> I can not believe there are a number of posts like this. There is no way
> anyone can dismiss these albums as not an equally important part of the
> discography than any other album or period. The words on these albums is
> sometimes more poetic than his recent stuff. Sure I totally understand fans
> not liking these albums, but you can not cut them from any overview of his
> Also, I want to share what a great guy Sterling Smith is. I called about
> the price of the new double cd and he called me back about a week later. He
> said it took that long because my phone number got cut off on the message.
> He went back in his archieves and found my number (I've called him before)
> and called me back. I am quite appreciative of his effort.
> Also I posted a few months ago that I thought the bass albums were an
> acoustic bass and anyone who responded said they believed it was an electric
> bass. Well, you are right, Smith did use an electric bass on those records.
> He also said there would be more shows in the future.
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