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Namespaces Article Talk. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Released in , this is the first Jandek album to feature outside musicians, which helps to vary Jandek's sound. A very good addition is the singer identified only as "Nancy," who has quite a nice voice--quite a change from Jandek's usual desolate crooning.
If you are exploring the world of Jandek, this disk is a pretty good one to start with. The song "European Jewel" features bass, drums, and guitar, along with Jandek singing--it sounds almost like early Sonic Youth. And the song "Love" has a-typical lyrics about self-worth--Jandek's first feel-good tune, I guess. Several of Jandek's other albums released up until feature Nancy, they are all among his more enjoyable efforts.
It's too bad she doesn't appear on more. Maybe now that Jandek is actually playing live shows, he will have an on-state reunion with Nancy! This was the fourth album by the reclusive Jandek. It was his first album to employ outside performers. Most of the tracks just feature Jandek and his guitar, but there a couple of songs that feature bass and drums as well. But the most noteable change on this album is the appearance of a female singer on "Nancy Sings".
Like every other Jandek album, this will only appeal to a small percentage of people. By Johnny Heering on September 4, Images in this review. I'm giving it a high score for several reasons And for reasons I haven't yet discovered.