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Boomkat Product Review:
A bit of an unusual release from the great Jonathan Richman, this is the proto-punk hero's attempt at translating some of his catalogue to Spanish, Italian and French. Even if you don't have Richman's poly-lingual skills, it's still a blast listening through previously unreleased works, and moreover, the alternate versions of established favourites. "The idea for this album is to offer songs like "Vampiresa Mujer" (Woman Vampire) to the Spanish audiences -as finding my records in the Spanish shops is no easy task-. Thus, this album features some previously recorded songs, like the afore mentioned, as well as new tracks: Let's see what you think of it. This collection is truly just a collection: there is no sound unity or arrangements between one song and the next one. There are recordings gathered throughout the last five years, space of time long enough to observe changes in the playing, arranging and recording. Delivering songs such as "Vampiresa Mujer" together with new pieces, we thought of combining original previously released versions together with new ones recorded last year in San Francisco, California; and in Tarifa (south of Spain.)"