|Studio album by Daniel Johnston|
Eternal Yip Eye Music
|Daniel Johnston chronology|
Yip/Jump Music is the fifth self-released music cassette album by singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston, recorded over the summer 1983. The album was re-released on cassette in 1986 by Stress records, and in 1988 released on CD and double LP by Homestead Records. The album has been re-released twice by Eternal Yip Eye Music: once in 2003 on CD and CD-R, and once in 2007 as a double vinyl LP.
Yip/Jump Music is the first album to feature Johnston on the chord organ. It was recorded in his brother's garage in Texas.
"Casper The Friendly Ghost" was featured in the 1995 cult film Kids, in a scene where Casper, Telly, Harold, and other kids senselessly beat up a thirty-something guy after Casper and the aforementioned guy have a brief verbal quarrel which catalyzes the beating with the guy's words being: "You wanna get fucked up, motherfucker?!?!?!?!"
All songs written by Daniel Johnston, except where noted
- "Chord Organ Blues"
- "The Beatles"
- "Sorry Entertainer"
- "Speeding Motorcycle"
- "Casper The Friendly Ghost"
- "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Your Grievances"
- "Danny Don't Rap"
- "King Kong"
- "The Creature / Third Chair"
- "I Live For Love"
- "Almost Got Hit By A Truck"
- "Worried Shoes"
- "Dead Lover's Twisted Heart"
- "Rocket Ship"
- "Love Defined (the Bible)"
- "Museum Of Love"
- "I Remember Painfully"
- ""Top 50 by Nirvana [MIXTAPE]"". Retrieved 8 May 2013.
- Cross, Gaar, Gendron, Martens, Yarm (2013). Nirvana: The Complete Illustrated History. p. 126. ISBN 978-0-7603-4521-4.
- Daniel Johnston - Yip/Jump Music from the Daniel Johnston fansite RejectedUnknown.com