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8 thoughts on “ Be A - Brother JT - The Svelteness Of Boogietude (CD, Album)

  1. For longtime fans, The Svelteness of Boogietude will likely reinforce what you already think you know: that despite his use of other periods in pop music history, Brother JT is a true outsider who always remakes things in his own image, with a lyric sensibility that is simultaneously canny and wacky. For those new to his work and persona, this album is among the stranger, messier, and more 7/
  2. Explore releases from Brother JT at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Brother JT at the Discogs Marketplace. Brother JT: The Svelteness Of Boogietude (Album) 2 versions: Thrill Jockey: US: Sum Brother JT: Lo Bias High Noise ‎ (Cass, Album, Ltd) Summersteps Records: Sum US: Sell This Version: 7: Brother JT.
  3. Buy THE SVELTENESS OF BOOGIETUDE by BROTHER JT. Available on: Vinyl LP £, CD £ Order online today and get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
  4. Brother JT, aka the enigmatic John Terlesky, has returned with a mind-palace of an album entitled Tornado Juice. To be released March of on Thrill Jockey, TJ was recorded at Magic Door, a new studio in Montclair NJ, by Ray Ketchem, who produced the Original Sins' Bethlehem album in
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  6. Brother JT. HOME. Bio. Albums. Shows. Video. Artwork. Books. Store. Contact. More. Click on cover to stream (most self-released albums are free to download). Tornado Juice (Thrill Jockey, ) Let's Get Wet () On High () The Svelteness of Boogietude (Thrill Jockey, ) The Boogieness of Sveltetude () This Mud's For You (
  7. Stream Brother JT - Celebrate Your Face by Thrill Jockey Records from desktop or your mobile device.
  8. He has also published journals of his automatic writing, sold collages and paintings, and put out an endless stream of very creative, slightly deranged rock videos, including the tripped-out talk show Trippin’ Balls with Brother JT. And then there’s “Sweatpants,” the song under discussion, off ’s The Svelteness of Boogietude.

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