[Jandek] Record recommendations for the road?
erik.jones47 at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 31 09:58:49 PST 2011
I don't know exactly how it was done. It seems to me like Corwood just edited the master to remove that section of the song (i.e. not just the vocals...I don't think it was multi-tracked so it probably wasn't possible to remove just the vocals). But that's just what I think...I don't know for sure.
On Jan 31, 2011, at 7:38 AM, restlessboy at gmail.com wrote:
> How exactly was it removed, out of interest?
> On 31 Jan 2011, at 07:03, Erik Jones <erik.jones47 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> This might have been mentioned before on the mailing list, but here's an interesting piece of trivia about Nine Thirty:
>> On the original LP, the song Georgia East included the lyric "Talk about Negroes"...but this lyric was removed when Nine Thirty was released on CD.
>> The rep wrote that the reason for removing it was "social responsibility".
>> Pretty cool.
>> On Jan 30, 2011, at 12:05 PM, <Michael.Goldman at CH2M.com> wrote:
>>> Definitely "Nine Thirty" Most of the lyrics refer to travel and motion and two of the songs refer to the region you're headed to.
>>> Georgia East (2/1)
>>> I shouldn’t feel so sad
>>> It was all I had
>>> I should be glad
>>> Coming into Atlanta
>>> Big wheels turning
>>> Talk about negroes
>>> Talk about the fruit
>>> Georgia peaches
>>> Pecans shaking from the trees
>>> You people sure are strange to a city boy from up north
>>> May 3 (2/2)
>>> If you want a friend in South Carolina look up Charleston (?)
>>> Wish I never have to leave Charleston
>>> May 3rd
>>> We go back very much the same as how we came
>>> Goodbye palm trees
>>> Brown water seas
>>> Goodbye pretty town
>>> Three hundred years old
>>> Michael Goldman
>>> From: jandek-bounces+mgoldman=ch2m.com at mylist.net [jandek-bounces+mgoldman=ch2m.com at mylist.net] On Behalf Of Cal Bouchard [calbchrd at yahoo.com]
>>> Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2011 8:47 AM
>>> To: jandek at mylist.net
>>> Subject: [Jandek] Record recommendations for the road?
>>> Howdy Group
>>> Although I'm relatively new to Jandek, as of late it's become a ritual of mine to acquire a new (for me) Jandek record before going out of town. My last few fixes were a little iffy in comparison to my surroundings, so I'd like to ask if anyone could recommend a decent Jandek record for the road... I'll be heading down to Savannah, Ga next month, if that's any help.
>>> Thank you kindly
>>> P.S. A couple I've taken into consideration include Nine- Thirty and Camber Sands Sunday .
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