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  • Audio CD (1 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Sketchbook
  • ASIN: B000F7MIQ2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,978 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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It's been 7 or 8 years since I last heard this record. Fortunately it hasn't lost any of it's childish charm. The tracks have a "recorded in a basement, on an 8track" vibe, no overwhelming production. Where this album really shines is the lyrics, no pretentious nonsense just a kind of dark childlike whimsy. Compellingly brilliant.
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I tend to see Daniel Johnstons albums as one big work - this has all the usual subjects & obsessions of Dan.

Very nice CD - from the master.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9613d7bc) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x9613f354) out of 5 stars Rejected Unknown, Part Two! 24 Oct. 2009
By Phil Lawrence - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Released seemingly without fanfare in 2006, "Lost And Found" is, from what I can determine, the remaining tracks from the "Rejected Unknown" sessions produced by Brian Beattie. In interviews Beattie has stated that he and Daniel recorded two albums' worth of material while working on "Rejected Unknown" in 1999. Finally, the remaining tracks are released.

The album is FANTASTIC. Beattie is a creative producer and the wide range of styles and instrumentation we loved on "Rejected Unknown" is prominent here as well. In fact, many of the tracks sound more experimental in nature. Pianos, horns, guitars, drums, organs, cellos, crickets... all layered beautifully to compliment Daniel's vocals and lyrics.

All the songs are unique recordings; this is not a compilation. The version of "The Beatles" here is a new recording, not the original from "Yip/Jump Music". "Everlasting Love," "Wishing You Well," "Try To Love" and "Lonely Song" are featured in studio versions for the first time.

To sum up, anyone who enjoyed "Rejected Unknown" needs to pick up this album. I'd suggest obtaining it directly from Daniel Johnston's official website because it costs about ten bucks instead of thirty or fifty or whatever preposterous price they're charging here, and of course, it benefits Daniel directly.
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HASH(0x9613f5a0) out of 5 stars the beatles 6 Nov. 2006
By Paul Beauparlant - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
i bought this cd(ordered it from england... it not being available here in the U.S.) because i had heard the track 'the beatles' on a sampler.
i fell in love with that track so much that i sought out the album from whence it came.
although i haven't as of this date digested the rest of this cd, i have listened to my favorite track again and here it is in all its full splender.
this song lays its foundation with a basic but intoxicating drum pattern.
layer #2 are some synthesized horns introducing a toe-tapping little melody that i personally can not resist. upon this groovin beat alights the vocals of
Daniel describing just what the Beatles have meant to him.
i love his facts-be-blithley-ignored lyric "when i was born in '61, they already had a hit", but, no harm, it's not meant to be air-tight accurate. it's an appreciation.
i really enjoy how he plays around with his vocal as when he sings "and they worked so ha-ha-hard.........".
Half way through the verse a subtle bouncing on the floor tom can be heard which once i identified endeared me to it from then on. around this same time a low ominous synth tone is begun and the textures are in full effect.
wrapping up verse 1, Daniel sputters out "God blesssssss them......for what they done". it's nice to hear some ackowledgement of God in modern music. i guess you can get away with that as long as you've spent some time in a mental hospital.
a delightful decending horn chart skips down the scale leading into a frolicking middle music part right before verse 2 begins. some old muted cob-web filled saxophones play a lost Beatles musical reference like something from "when i'm 64"
and with that, verse 2 begins: floor tom ever-present now and daniel includes a 2nd vocal to go along with his lead. i really like this icing.
also coming in quietly from right field is a very bluesy-tone guitar lead which is heavenly. that low ominous synth tone is brung back in playing around the edges of the center.......weaving in and out. but, all of it building, slowly building: the low ominous bass synth/the bouncing floor tom/the bluesy guitar licks and as a last touch a high-end organ that i only realized was there after multiple listens.
and Daniel singing in his own inimitable way joyful lyrics like "the legendary rock group is history now to read/like a magical fairytale that's hard to believe/but it really did happen/four lads that shook the world......God BLESSSSS them, for what they done"
when daniel reaches the word 'blesssss' the synth horns begin their fanciful bouncy skip down the scale as mirthful and playful as the day is long!
i know it's kind of preposterous but i recommend this cd for this track all by itself. i love it!!
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