Documenting Perks Pt. 1 1997

by Jim Guthrie

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Alucard3598
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Alucard3598 There are many great tracks on this cassette tape (quite a few of them made it on "A Thousand Songs"). His music starts to mature while still retaining a lofi sound. probably my favourite. Favorite track: The Third Ear.
David Giles
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David Giles Really good compilation of songs. Favorite track: Provide.
Nathan Stanley
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Nathan Stanley A true blessing of an album, and one that contains most of my all time favourite tracks from Jim, as well as a few others I'd never heard before. For those who have listened to a lot of Jim, you'll hear a lot of his later songs taking their earlier forms here, and when you hear it coming through you'll know where it all came from. This album is my favourite out of the 4 early jim jam albums, and if you give it a listen you might just see why ;) Favorite track: Gord and I.
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Originally released on cassette Spring 1997.

Please read
www.andrewnathanhood.com/ravings/2015/4/20/jims-basement-tapes

I also say more here:

www.jimguthrie.org/news/2015/4/21/a-thousand-things.html

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released April 21, 2015

Vocals by Beaver on You Use Ta Rip. Gord High played guitar on Gord and I. Tim Kingsbury ripped a newspaper on Shape of Things. All else played by J. Guthrie Recorded on a Fostex X-18

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