Jandek on Corwood


The longest-running, weirdest, loneliest enigma in popular music is a guy from Texas who calls himself Jandek.

Jandek on Corwood

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Jandek on Corwood

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The longest-running, weirdest, loneliest enigma in popular music is a guy from Texas who calls himself Jandek.

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JANDEK ON CORWOOD: A film by Chad Freidrichs


DVD / 88 MINUTES / COLOUR / STEREO / IN ENGLISH

"The longest-running, weirdest, loneliest enigma in popular music is a guy from Texas who calls himself Jandek."

So begins a 1997 Boston Phoenix article by Douglas Wolk. From the bluesy, atonal music and haunting lyrics, to the artist's steadfast seclusion and sheer longevity, everything about this man intrigues. Twenty-five years, 34 albums, and not a single live show or public appearance. Even the simple detail of the man's real name is a mystery.

SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE

Audio Commentary by Director Chad Freidrichs & Producer Paul Fehler, Music-only Audio Track, Album Cover Featurette: A Guided Tour of Jandek’s World, Complete John Trubee Interview, Audio Essay by Music Critic Douglas Wolk, Selections from Jandek’s Albums Since Jandek on Corwood, Extended Audio Interviews with Jandek Scholars Byron Coley, Irwin Chusid & Phil Milstein, Articles by Katy Vine & Richie Unterberger, Reviews from Op Magazine, Original Trailer