Double white colored vinyl LP pressing. 1989 release. "I first heard Daniel in 1985. Half Japanese had a show in Austin and Daniel's manager Jeff Tartakov gave me a tape of Hi How Are You?. I loved it and began corresponding with Jeff and Daniel. A few years later I was in NYC to take part in a recording session of Moe Tucker at Kramer's studio Noise New York. Daniel was at the studio and he and I became friends. Daniel recorded two songs with lyrics I wrote. He recorded "Do It Right" for Moe's album, and "Some Things Last A Long Time" for his album 1990. Soon after his time in NYC I invited him to my home and we had a week to record the songs for It's Spooky. I considered Daniel to be a genius. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with him. I'm so grateful to have it released again and it's sounding better than ever thanks to an amazing mastering job by Kramer." - Jad Fair.
Double white colored vinyl LP pressing. 1989 release. "I first heard Daniel in 1985. Half Japanese had a show in Austin and Daniel's manager Jeff Tartakov gave me a tape of Hi How Are You?. I loved it and began corresponding with Jeff and Daniel. A few years later I was in NYC to take part in a recording session of Moe Tucker at Kramer's studio Noise New York. Daniel was at the studio and he and I became friends. Daniel recorded two songs with lyrics I wrote. He recorded "Do It Right" for Moe's album, and "Some Things Last A Long Time" for his album 1990. Soon after his time in NYC I invited him to my home and we had a week to record the songs for It's Spooky. I considered Daniel to be a genius. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with him. I'm so grateful to have it released again and it's sounding better than ever thanks to an amazing mastering job by Kramer." - Jad Fair.
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It's Spooky (Reissue) (Color Vinyl) (Wht)
Artist: Jad Fair / Johnston,Daniel
Format: Vinyl
New: Currently Unavailable New
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. It's Spooky
2. Summer Time
3. I Met Roky Erickson
4. Happy Talk
5. McDonalds on the Brain
6. I Did Acid with Caroline
7. If I'd Only Known
8. Tongues Wag in This Town
9. Tomorrow Never Knows 1
10. Oh Honey 1
11. A Vow of Love 1
12. When Love Calls 1
13. Frankenstein Vs. the World 1
14. Hands of Love 1
15. Kicking the Dog 1
16. What I've Seen 1
17. Something's Got a Hold on Me 1
18. Villian 1
19. Chords of Fame 2
20. Ostrich 2
21. Casper the Friendly Ghost 2
22. First Day at Work 2
23. Fun and Games 2
24. Nothing Left 2
25. Memphis Tennessee 2
26. Come Back 2
27. Tears Stupid Tears 2
28. The Making of the Album 2
29. Get Yourself Together 3
30. What the World Needs Now 3
31. Sweet Loafed 3
32. Ashes on the Ground

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Double white colored vinyl LP pressing. 1989 release. "I first heard Daniel in 1985. Half Japanese had a show in Austin and Daniel's manager Jeff Tartakov gave me a tape of Hi How Are You?. I loved it and began corresponding with Jeff and Daniel. A few years later I was in NYC to take part in a recording session of Moe Tucker at Kramer's studio Noise New York. Daniel was at the studio and he and I became friends. Daniel recorded two songs with lyrics I wrote. He recorded "Do It Right" for Moe's album, and "Some Things Last A Long Time" for his album 1990. Soon after his time in NYC I invited him to my home and we had a week to record the songs for It's Spooky. I considered Daniel to be a genius. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with him. I'm so grateful to have it released again and it's sounding better than ever thanks to an amazing mastering job by Kramer." - Jad Fair.