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Straight Thirty Seconds - Jandek - Follow Your Footsteps (CD, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Follow Your Footsteps - Jandek on AllMusic - - Once the idea of Jandek was established and 5/
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Follow Your Footsteps on Discogs/5(7).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jandek - Follow Your Footsteps at Discogs. Complete your Jandek collection.4/5(13).
  4. Dec 08,  · Suddenly Jandek tells me to go fuck myself by bringing in an atonal electric back into play supported by a calm drum backing. “Straight Thirty Seconds” sounds like something off Interstellar Discussions as well as Glasgow Sunday. More of the same follows on the next track “Bring On Fatima” but the tempo definitely picks up/5(5).
  5. Follow Your Footsteps is the second album released in , and thirteenth overall, by avant-folk/ blues singer-songwriter Jandek. The album was released as Corwood Industries No. Track listing [ Genre: Folk rock, experimental, outsider.
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs on Follow Your Footsteps and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. Jandek ‎– "Follow Your Footsteps" (Corwood Industries ‎– Corwood ) Yeah Yeah Yeah, I know!.I forgot to do Jandek Monday! B3 Straight Thirty Seconds B4 Bring On Fatima B5 For Today B6 Collection a very enjoyable collection of rare tracks based on the album native, featuring patti smith, john.
  8. A young Jandek (pre-recording career, perhaps, but not nearly as young as the Lost Cause cover boy or the guitarist on the cover of Follow Your Footsteps) stands, wearing some stylish Texas-style boots (“You are a cowboy when you wear those boots”), squinting into the sun, right hand in his pants pocket, left thumb hooked on his belt.
  9. “Follow Your Footsteps” can be described as Jandek’s classic alternative album, and is a good starting point for anyone who has heard a limited amount of material but is unsure about where to begin. This album perfectly distils the essence of what is important and worthwhile about Jandek’s work, and presents this in an accessible way.

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