On February 14,15, and 16, 2014 Jandek performed in Cafe Oto, London with Justin Clay, Jack Lowe, and Sheila Smith. It was reissued on CD in 2001. Some of the text below has yetto be updated to reflect this.

These contributions are usually credited to outside collaborators, but in the Spin interview as well as a letter to DJ Irwin Chusid the artist admitted to having overdubbed parts himself on occasion, such as on the album The Rocks Crumble . On March 21, 2014, Jandek performed at Saint Louis University's Billiken Club in Saint Louis, MO. . Public records will tell you some basic facts about Jandek, aka Sterling Richard Smith. As you may have noticed this site is long The album features vocals and acoustic guitar, and explores a number of dark lyrical themes including ill-health, death and the casting-off of material possessions. Smith has kept his personal history an almost absolute secret, revealing only one story about his pre-Corwood years: he wrote seven novels but burned them upon rejection from New York publishers. But the Twelfth Apostle appeared in 1993, marking a return to straight acoustic and vocals. Francis Heaney, Daniel Marks, Joe Henry, Alec Way, Erik Johnson, Early in his career, selected fans were occasionally mailed boxes of 50 LPs and asked to give them away. psychedelic and cacophonous album ever, starting with the 16-minute My Own Way. Cooley, Fabio Russo, Darin Mitchell, Gregg Luvoxx, Pierre Sandgren, From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core, "A Representative from Corwood Industries". Bryony McIntyre, Alan Cummings, Markku Since 1978, Jandek/Corwood Industries has independently released over 100 albums/DVDs of unusual, often emotionally dissolute folk and blues songs without ever granting more than the occasional interview or providing any biographical information.

In one of his three unauthorized interviews (unknowingly given in 1985 to John Trubee for Spin Magazine), Jandek mentioned that he was working at that time as a machinist.

This is the discography of Corwood Industries; the record company releases only albums by Jandek. His 41st overall, it was recorded live on October 17, 2004 at The Arches, Glasgow, as part of the Instal festival.

Seemingly recorded on a voice-activated tape recorder, these "spoken word songs" ran up to half an hour in length and taxed even the most devoted followers. You Painted Your Teeth (da Telegraph Melts del 1986), At one point the group played a lengthy free-jazz song, with the Corwood Representative attacking the piano before slowing down, performing a song, and then returning to the free jazz. It lasted around 90 minutes and has been described as lacking the dissonance often associated with Jandek, instead being gentle and melodic with many of the piano parts resembling Erik Satie. At one point the group played a lengthy free-jazz song, with the Corwood Representative attacking the piano before slowing down, performing a song, and then returning to the free jazz. Some of the artists are members of the Summersteps roster or fans forming one-time combos to participate on the album, but the album also features contributions from Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, Six Organs of Admittance, The Mountain Goats, Kawabata Makoto of Acid Mothers Temple, Lewis & Clarke and Okkervil River. Yellow Pages e Ale House Blues (da One Foot In The North del 1991). On August 28, 2005 he performed in Austin, Texas (as scheduled) at the Scottish Rite Theatre and Temple to a sold-out audience. Jandek unknowingly gave two unauthorized phone interviews in his entire career, the first conducted by fellow outsider artist John Trubee, for the aforementioned Spin article in 1985. It is Corwood Industries release #0758, and featured voice and electric guitar for about half the album before drums and a second, more "polished" lead guitar joined along. On March 10, 2006, he made his (unannounced) first performing appearance in his hometown of Houston, backing Loren Connors and Alan Licht on bass and harmonica during their second set at Live Oak Friends Meeting House. It is his fifth release of the year and features "The Corwood Representative" on piano and vocals, along with the same rhythm section he performed with at the shows documented on Glasgow Sunday and Newcastle Sunday, bassist Richard Youngs and drummer/percussionist Alex Neilson who accents the music with chimes and echoing percussion. In 2004 Unicorn Stencil Productions released the first documentary on Jandek, entitled Jandek on Corwood. On September 28, 2012, Jandek performed at the third edition of the Cropped Out Festival in Louisville, KY. Jandek played guitar, harmonica and sang, Catherine Irwin of Freakwater played bass, Dane Waters of Sapat sang and played synth, Chris Wunderlich played Moog and iPad and Jordan Richardson of Tropical Trash played drums. But her story yielded little other insight, partly because Jandek didn't say much but also because Vine agreed not to give readers any personal info she'd dug up.

The Corwood representative played hollow-body electric bass guitar.

At Jandek's request Vine kept his name and address a secret. He was accompanied by Dean Cercone on guitar, Andrew McKeon on percussion, and Spat Cannon on double bass. Such is the case with Jandek (Sterling Smith), in Texas, who released over 30 albums between 1978 and 2000. One Foot in the North is the twentieth album by Jandek, and the only to be released in 1991. He played guitar and sang written as well as stream of consciousness vocals. The guitar was often electric and the voice was decidedly older than that on the previous albums. She described him as a neatly dressed businessman, wearing a black tie, long-sleeved white shirt, cuff links.