Boomkat Product Review:
Jackamo (originally released in 1987 as Annie Anxiety Bandez) It was just over three years before Annie's next album was fully formed. In that time she had become a fully patched member of the On-U Sound crew, and indeed had moved into the garden shed at Chez Sherwood. Jackamo is the result of Annie gravitating towards her earliest musical influences - Garland, Sinatra, Lenya, Piaf
and of her collaboration with On-U's other feminine force - Kishi Yamamoto. Musical shapes were created by Yamamoto, Tackhead's Doug Wimbish, and African Head Charge's Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah. Jackamo is the sound of the haunted dancehall - dub groove and Caligari cabaret, matched with Annie's brutal/gorgeous lyrical seppuku.