[Jandek] Could this be Jandek? :-)

Colin Brunton cbrunton at mac.com
Mon Jan 1 20:46:48 PST 2007

LOL -- that's great!
On Jan 1, 2007, at 11:25 PM, Brad B wrote:

> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v451/brutalforcekhamelion/ 
> tylerdek.jpg
> There is a resemblance, although somehwhat minor.
> On 1/1/07, Colin Brunton <cbrunton at mac.com> wrote:
> Could this be old, archived previously unreleased footage of Jandek  
> in a merry mood?
> http://www.youtube.com/watch? 
> v=R1CIQG8LM9Q&feature=PlayList&p=C8F305DEF87D12B1&index=2
> Colin
> http://www.thelastpogo.net
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> On Jan 1, 2007, at 4:47 AM, Aunt Acid wrote:
>> Last week I sent my payment to Corwood for "Austin Sunday" and "The
>> Ruins of Adventure." I included what might be a top 5 "Holy Grail"
>> question, not expecting an answer. Namely "Have the studio albums  
>> been
>> released in the same order they were recorded."
>> And he answered me with a simple "yes"
>> While I guess it's still open for debate WHEN he recorded the albums,
>> it seems they've came out chronologically. Which isn't too big of a
>> shock, but still interesting to know.
>> Well damn! That puts my theory about the albums right out the window!
>> I was of the camp that perhaps the collaborative records were  
>> recorded first, perhaps when he was in his teens or early  
>> twenties, experimenting with friends, etc, until he came to a  
>> realization of what he wanted to do, and lost the collaborators  
>> and set out alone to record his definitive music, i.e. Ready For  
>> The House, Six and Six, which are pretty representative of the  
>> Jandek approach in my opinion. That way it made sense to me he  
>> released that material first, since it was possibly his "pick" of  
>> the litter that best said what he wanted to say, and then when he  
>> decided to continue the catalog a couple years later, he went back  
>> and pressed up some of the earlier material.
>> Just coming from a musician's standpoint here, I can attest to the  
>> fact that alot of the artists out there do not release everything  
>> chronologically. However, in the case of Corwood, where he is the  
>> one and final authority on what gets released and when, it seems  
>> sensible to approach it in that manner.
>> Very interesting to say the least! Something else to keep in mind  
>> while listening, no doubt...
>> Brian
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