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Jon Wayne war eine Cowpunkformation, die als Duo mit Jim Goodall (Jimbo) von 1983 bis 2013 bestand. Der Name gilt auch als Pseudonym von David Vaught (1948 – 2013).

Bandgeschichte

Die Band wurde in den 1980ern in Los Angeles gegründet. Zusätzliche Musiker waren Earnest Bovine (Doug Livingston) an der Leadgitarre und Tommy Spurlock (Timmy Turlock), der Billy Bob 1991 am Bass ersetzte. 1985 erschien das erste Album Texas Funeral, 2000 Two Graduates Jiggers. Texas Funeral erschien 1992 als CD auf Third Man Records, dem Label von Jack White von den White Stripes. Mr. Egyptian und Texas Learning Ceneter erschienen als Single-Auskopplungen 1992 und 1999. Quentin Tarantino war ein Fan des ersten Albums und wollte den Titeltrack ursprünglich für Pulp Fiction verwenden. Die Band war allerdings nicht zu erreichen und so scheiterte das Unterfangen.[1] Texas Funeral wurde schließlich in Robert Rodriguez' Film From Dusk Till Dawn untergebracht. Jon Wayne erschien neben weiteren Art-Punk-Noisebands auf Spike Stewarts Sampler D.U.I. In den 1990ern und 2000ern wurde gelegentlich noch getourt. 2010 wurdeTexas Funeral wiederveröffentlicht. Vaughts letzte Aufnahme als Jon Wayne fand 2012 mit dem Song What's Patsy Cline Doing These Days? Pt. 1 & 2 auf Marvin Etzionis Album Marvin Country! statt, das in Vaughts Studio aufgenommen wurde.[2] 2019 erschien die CD-Box Faders Up im Privatvertrieb.

Parodiert werden texanische Stereotypen und allgemeinmusikalische und Countrystereotypen. Die englische Wikipedia konstatiert dem Album „über die Jahre einen Kultstatus“.[3] Nicht auf Texas Funeral enthalten ist Orange Blossom Special, die B-Seite von Mr. Egyptian.[4]

             

Transkription Texas Studio

Jon Wayne (seufzt): Yep?

Producer: Your country-career right now ...

Jon Wayne: Yep?

Producer: I mean, what would you rather have? To continue to do what you’re doing and have one massive number one record that everybody is talking about and you’re on the Today show, talking about it ...

Jon Wayne: I continue to do what I’m doing right now.

Producer: You know [...] what are we got to loose?

Jon Wayne: I got a lot to loose. I got a lot to loose, boy, I got a lot to loose (...) I’m o’ dear from Texas ... I got the wrong bus and I went to Fresno and I thought Merle Haggard lived there ... and then I come down here in Hollywood and everything is all fucked up. Producer (lacht)

Jon Wayne: That’s not funny ...

Producer: Yet, get in the mood for it, it will all come together ...

Jon Wayne: O.k.

Producer: ... we will see what you’re really trying to do ...

Jon Wayne: I’m sorry.

Producer: I think, you really got [...] for you have the emotion ...

Jon Wayne: I do have the emotion. I got it. O.k.

dritte Stimme: [...] talk it! [...] I mean, is that possible?

Jon Wayne: Yeah. Alright. I’ll just talk it. No, I’ll talk it. I’ll talk it down all the way, I won’t sing.

Producer: Well maybe you could capture the feeling, as if you did talk the first verse.

Jon Wayne: O.k.
Producer: Would that be out of the question?

Jon Wayne: No, that’s fine.

Producer: See, all I’m thinking about is: Here I am, I am a radio station person, I wanna put this on the air, right? ... because it says something ... If it’s just a regular song, it just comes out like: „de lalala ...“

Jon Wayne (imitiert): „de lalala ...“

Producer: ... and who cares? But if Walter Brennan ...

Jon Wayne: Yep!

Producer: ... were doing ... I mean ...

Jon Wayne: Yep!

Producer: See, basically, all I am concerned with is not producing a work of art here, but making money.

Jon Wayne: Yeah. You want me to talk to [...], too? Goddammit ... I just wanna get out of here. Is that what I gotta do?

Producer: Let’s try it, talking it all the way down ...

Jon Wayne: O.k!

Producer: ... see what happens.

Jon Wayne: I just wanna go home.

Producer: Jesus Christ ... I’m sick of this shit!

Jon Wayne: That’s right ... Goddammit. (singt:) „I am a ...“

dritte Stimme: Now, to me that’s a hundred times better.

Jon Wayne: Fuck you, you nose.

Producer: You can sing that, but you got to kind of set it off.

Jon Wayne: Alright, I’ll set it off.

Producer: Jesus Christ [...] I’m sick of this shit!

Jon Wayne: Are you talking about me, motherfucker? Listen! ... lislislislis ...
Frauenstimme: Now wait a minute, I can’t change attitude.

Jon Wayne (lacht, hustet): I just wanna get the fuck out of here.

Producer: And what we want here is ...

Jon Wayne (rülpst): uhhh, fuck.

Producer: I mean, all we want here is just to have you forget that there are people on air, watching you do it, it’s fewer camp, when you’re doing it [...]

Jon Wayne: Alright. O.k., alright, that’s all what I do, you know?

Producer: That’s alright. You can lead into [...]

Jon Wayne: I don’t understand what you’re talking about ... huhhh ...

dritte Stimme: It’s now, you can do some [...]

Producer (affiziert): I’m sick of this stuff! [Where have we all been] in this country?

Jon Wayne: I don’t know.

Producer (affiziert): And I can’t find [...] I’d like to take off my clothes on the bus stop and all I gonna get are people coming around having the tickets to go see the [...] Solo Show. I mean, I [...] I mean, this is ridiculous, and it all fades out like that ... and then we’ll have a gimmick record ... and we’ll have a good one, what do you think?

Jon Wayne: Yeah.

dritte Stimme: I think you’re absolutely right.

Jon Wayne: Fuck that guy ... I won’t hear a ... Fuck that guy. Are you a man or a woman? Producer: What we are trying to do here, see if you stay it or, or, or [...]

Jon Wayne: ... or, or, or ...
Producer: [...] you can make as much money if it sells a thousand records [...] and there’s no difference, but, basically, what we are trying to do, is to get something, that somebody is going to take and play.

Jon Wayne: O.k. Alright.
Producer: You’re convinced that it would be easier to sell that, than it will be the first two soundchecks.

Jon Wayne: [...]

Producer: [...] the fact that there is no major label behind you. If there’s major label, I’m wrong, if there’s no major label, I’m right.
Jon Wayne: You’re wrong, I mean, I mean, you’re right. That sounded good. So, let’s take it from the top.

Producer: Do it and I’m gonna sit down and write the script for the end of it, we can always ...
Jon Wayne: Right. Just a second, let me talk to you for a second. Uhhh ... fuck, I gotta get out of here. Jimbo put my amp in the car, and ... I just can’t, I just can’t stick at it, I even don’t know what you’re talking about. Is that justice? Is that proper? I’m talking to you!                                                       (Übertragung vom Autor aus Dirk BuddeHigh Ideals and Crazy Dreams, 2004)

Diskografie

  • Profil [5] mit einem ellenlangen biografischen Text bei Discogs

Einzelnachweise

  1. Artikel Jon Wayne [1] bei der en.wiki
  2. Marvin Etzioni, Jon Wayne, Grey DeLisle – What's Patsy Cline Doing These Days? (2012) [2] bei Youtube
  3. Artikel Jon Wayne [3] bei der en.wiki
  4. Jon Wayne – Orange Blossom Special (1992) [4] bei Youtube

Weblinks

  • Autor unbekannt – RIP David Vaught (2013) [6] bei studioexpresso.com
  • Jon Wayne – Texas Jackin' Ledge vom zweiten Album Two Graduates Jiggers (2000) [7] bei Youtube
  • Jon Wayne – Texas Wine (1985) [8] bei Youtube
  • Jon Wayne – Texas Jailcell (1985) [9] bei Youtube