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Title : Go Tell the Mountain: The Lyrics and Writings of Jeffrey Lee Pierce
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ISBN : 9781880985601
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 298 Pages
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Go Tell the Mountain: The Lyrics and Writings of Jeffrey Lee Pierce Reviews

  • Andrea
    2018-10-12 13:40

    I'm a huge Gun Club/JLP fan so reading this was a treat. I especially loved reading Jeffrey Lee's journals and the lyrics were pure poetry.

  • Avis Black
    2018-10-06 18:35

    It's not Pierce's writing you need to discover, but his singing. Go dig up some Gun Club albums and you'll find out why Pierce was important. First of all, Pierce was the greatest singer who ever recorded. Secondly, don't listen to his music unless you have a clean bill of mental health--and I stress that--because his music is also the most depressing ever recorded. Thirdly, you must have musical savvy beyond the norm; if your tastes are middle-of-the-road and you listen to him with the idea of getting some pleasant casual tunes, you're going to be bewildered. Some of his work sounds like it's from another planet, but not in an obvious way such as the work of trite hacks like Captain Beefheart. Some of his work is so strange you can't even describe why it's odd. Fourthly, even for someone of his brilliance Pierce was erratic, and you have to bear with him. I have heard Pierce sing while falling down drunk on stage and yowling off-key, and STILL manage to deliver performances that outdid everybody else. I would not have thought this humanly possible before Pierce's arrival on the rock and roll scene. I rate singers on their ability to 'Break on through to The Other Side,' and there are many professionals who never reach that level even once in their entire career. Pierce managed to hit it about 30% of the time, the highest ratio I've ever encountered.

  • Nicholaus Patnaude
    2018-10-15 17:41

    I wish I could play some chinese restaurants with you Jeff. R.I.P.

  • Hugh
    2018-10-04 10:36

    Bit perplexing in areas, though I do love that Blue Boy sequence.

  • Dale Godfrey
    2018-10-06 17:24

    This book could've been great, but it was more of a rough draft for something better. Jeffrey Lee's writing style is fantastic, but overall it's seems incomplete. The Gun Club are still one of the greatest bands EVER