What do you think of this album?
What's your favorite Jandek song? What's your favorite Jandek album?
Ghost Town By The Sea and Six And Six are mine, respectively.
So, Jandek general basically. Post anything Jandek related, I'm a big fan and will be lurking. drunk and listening to I Knew You Would Leave right now and feeling it...
Only listened to Ready for the House and Six and Six so far but I really like both of them. "European Jewel (Incomplete)" is amazing. Looking forward to the later versions...
This is one of my favorite Jandek album covers. What is your favorite? Also asking any future posters
What up /mu/ -- any song-writers in the house? I'm a professional music producer with a few original rock instrumentals kicking around that I need lyrics for.
Someone wanna give this one a go? If I like your lyrics, I'll pay you via PayPal for the rights to them. (work-for-hire)
0:00 -- Intro
0:25 -- Verse 1
0:74 -- Chorus
1:09 -- Verse 2
1:31 -- Chorus
1:53 -- Interlude
2:05 -- Verse 3
2:27 -- Chorus
2:49 -- Chorus/Outro
Write them in the thread, sing them over the track...
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Here's another one.
0:00 -- Intro
0:15 -- Verse 1
0:47 -- Chorus
1:02 -- Verse 2
1:34 -- Chorus
1:49 -- Guitar Solo
2:06 -- Verse 3 (or interlude)
2:21 -- Chorus
2:36 -- Chorus/Outro
No actual musicians in the house? Just punters and critics?
Pic related is my PayPal earnings this month in USD -- I've got cash if you've got good lyrics. Post em up lads.
NEVER MADE IT AS A WISE MAN
What makes this album so fucking good, /mu/? I finally listened through the entire thing and I was surprised at how good it was.
Listening through White Pepper right now, still really enjoying everything immensely.
i have nothing to contribute to this thread but i remember being surprised that /mu/ is so fond of ween, because I used to think of them as the band that made the song in the closing credits of the spongebob movie
Drummers of /mu/, how often do you practice? Do you practice by jamming to songs?
I am a drum god and never need to practice since it is beneath me
Nah, I usually jam with other people and I'm better at improvising than anything else because of it, and not very good at rudiments and the like because of it. I'd recommend practicing at least once a week, more often or for longer periods of time if you feel you're not progressing as much as you'd like.
And don't gloss over the basics like I did
at least an hour a day. always with a metronome, it keeps me focused.
I dont practice by jamming with songs unless they're for my own band. for me it feels unnatural to play on top of another drummer and try to match them.
I try to at least get some rudiments in every day, usually to a metronome but it can be fun to do it to music if you're practising for an hour or so.
Otherwise I try to play at least once a week, either to songs or just playing freely, playing around and coming up with new grooves and such.
>I guess a job is better than no job
What did he mean by this?
>ordered jamaican she said you are what you eat
what the fuck was he thinking?
So are we ready to admit this is a 10/10 song yet?
> imma ride in that pussy like a stroller
what did he mean by this?
The fuck is this supposed to be?
I am starting a record label where I'm gonna sign all the most talented /mu/sicians. I am looking forward to the innovative styles and genres and I'm ready to takeover the music bussiness with you.
Send me your demos and I'll look forward to you.
Who is the Stockhausen of music?
Who was bigger?
Why don't you like eminem /mu/?
What is the final song you want to hear during your lifetime, before you die. What is the closing number to the soundtrack of your existence?