Newcastle Sunday

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Newcastle Sunday
Jandek Newcastle.jpg
Live album by Jandek
Released February 2006
Recorded May 22, 2005
Length 85:22
Label Corwood Industries
Producer Jandek
Jandek chronology
Khartoum Variations
(2006)Khartoum Variations2006
Newcastle Sunday
(2006)
What Else Does The Time Mean?
(2006)What Else Does The Time Mean?2006
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Newcastle Sunday is the 45th release by avant-folk/blues singer/songwriter Jandek, released by Corwood Industries. It is a recording of his second ever live performance, recorded at The Sage Gateshead, England.

Like 2005's Glasgow Sunday, Newcastle Sunday features the Corwood Representative on vocals and guitar along with bassist Richard Youngs and drummer Alex Neilson, although neither sideman is credited on the album's cover. It is also notable for being Corwood Industries' first-ever double-CD release.

The DVD counterpart to this title was released later in the same year. Like the Glasgow Sunday DVD, the Newcastle Sunday DVD features 2 camera angles, but, unlike its predecessor, it does not feature an edited mix of the two.

The front cover shows a medieval stone castle, identified by a member of the Jandek discussion group as Dover Castle in Kent, in the South East of England.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. Depression - 8:11
  2. Other End of Town - 5:26
  3. Every Morning - 6:59
  4. All of a Sudden - 6:57
  5. Locked Up - 4:33
  6. Put It Up - 6:08
  7. Mangled and Dead - 6:11

Disc two[edit]

  1. Some Other Name - 6:20
  2. Telephone Blues - 7:08
  3. Cottage In The Rain - 6:35
  4. Sheba Doesn't Have - 8:48
  5. Shadow of the Clouds - 11:17

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