[Jandek] RE: Recommendations from Jandek discography

Andrew Werling awerling at gmail.com
Mon Jul 28 07:20:40 PDT 2008

Hey all...I'm Andrew...I joined this list over the weekend to learn
more about Jandek really.  Back from 1988-1993 I was a DJ at a college
radio station and his albums were in our rotation.  I remember really
liking them (the one I recall specifically is "The Living End" and the
one that came out directly before it) and haven't heard anything
since.  Then I looked him up and I see he's made a million albums!  I
plan to order some of them soon and do some musical immersion to get
to know him better.  These recommendations are helpfu!

If anyone has a recommendation for a few "starters" please share!
Otherwise I'm going with some of the recommendations here so I'm sure
I win either way!

Thanks, and nice to meet you.


On 7/28/08, Chris Robinson <hardeveningsuburb at gmail.com> wrote:
> First Acoustic Phase (0739-0745)- Six & Six
> First Band Phase (0746-0752) - Nine-Thirty (though it technically isn't a
> "band record," it is in this grouping and my absolute favorite from this
> period.  Overlooked, but may very well be my favorite of the "early"
> period.)
> Second Band Phase (0753-0759) - The Living End
> Second Acoustic Phase (0760-0766) - kind of a tie between Twelfth Apostle
> and Graven Image
> Acapella Phase (0767-0769) - Put My Dream On This Planet
> Pre-Live Modern Phase (0770-0778) - I Threw You Away
> Live Phase - (0779-  ) Glasgow Monday
> Post-Live Modern Phase (0780-  ) - Khartoum
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Andrew Werling

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