A horrible hack

P.J.B.

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Year Released: 2010
Format: Tape
Label: Slow Fidelity
 
Reviewed by Chaz Hewitt on Feb 19, 2012
This is pretty far out, mannn.  I have no idea how to describe it, but here goes. Apparently PJB stands for ‘Psychedelic Jam Band’, but also sometimes it stands for ‘Paul Joyner Band’. They’re from Washington, DC and are purely improvisational and this tape consists of one ‘jam’. The song is based around a disco loop, and there’s a few guitar lines playing over the top, and then the sound of a guy breathing and speaking (maybe saying ‘jesus’ over and over) once every now and then (looped, again) and it just keeps going and going. Jesus. Jesus. Jesus. It’s kind of like being at a party and everyone is having fun but me.  

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