Stephen Malkmus ‎– Jenny & The Ess-Dog

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Domino ‎– RUG128
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Vinyl, 7", Single
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Unlike the CD single, this 7" only contains 'Jenny & The Ess-Dog' and 'Alien Boy' (and NOT 'Keep The Faith' and 'That's What Mama Said' as stated on the Domino website.)

Jenny & The Ess-Dog (Album version): Taken from the Domino album <a href="/master/78020">Stephen Malkmus</a> WIG90
published by Double Six/Universal Island Music

Alien Boy: Recorded live in Köln, Germany, February 6, 2001, courtesy of Rhienar The Mortgage Broker.
Published by Part Music (BMI)

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  • Label Code: LC10192
  • Barcode: 5 034202 012870

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RUG128CD Stephen Malkmus Jenny & The Ess-Dog(CD, Single) Domino RUG128CD UK 2001 Sell This Version
RUG128CDP Stephen Malkmus Jenny & The Ess-Dog(CD, Single, Promo) Domino RUG128CDP UK 2001 Sell This Version
RUG128 Stephen Malkmus Jenny & The Ess-Dog(12", TP) Domino RUG128 UK 2001 Sell This Version
TFCK-87253 Stephen Malkmus Jenny & The Ess-Dog(CD, EP) Toy's Factory TFCK-87253 Japan 2001 Sell This Version
OLE 495-2 Stephen Malkmus Jenny & The Ess-Dog(CD, Single) Matador OLE 495-2 US 2001 Sell This Version

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analogjunky

analogjunky

April 12, 2011
Why every Phish fan should own this 45:
I remember reading in a Phish "Shvice" (aka the Phish Newsletter) back when it was sent to you in the mail Trey saying that "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain" was one of his favorites. However subtle it may be the two bands have been playing off each other over the years. With the line from Pavement "...I can't enjoy myself, you can't enjoy yourself..." out cry Phish: "YEM!". So, I believe this to be just another nod to Trey and the like from Malky. With the line "...they have a dog they named Trey..." It is no secret that S.M. is a fan of progressive rock guitar jamming. Malkmus has testified his love of psychedelic rock and his own progression as a guitarist with the already classic "Real Emotional Trash".
So Phish fans open your hearts to this hippy anthem, but brace yourselves for the cover on the flip side.