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Recorded live at the Jarocin Festival, Poland, 2017. Pressed on red and black half-and-half vinyl!

''On Friday, July 14th 2017, Pere Ubu musicians and crew undertook the journey to Jarocin, Poland, from their homes around the world.....'' And so begins the story of ''By Order Of Mayor Pawlicki''. Broken mics, broken drums, broken itineraries and some espionage made this a stand-out gig for all involved, but from the moment they took to the stage the band's performance blew all of those impediments, and more, aside. Performing material from the first seven years of the band's career, Pere Ubu, led by the ever-engaging David Thomas, rejuvenate and reinvigorate their classic catalogue from this influential era. Interspersed with Thomas' anecdotes, observations and inspired utterances, here we present eighteen cornerstone pieces of the Pere Ubu jigsaw, performed with dedicated brutality. Exclusive to the CD format, this set includes a bonus disc of selected encores, intriguingly titled ''We Don't Do Encores,'' including covers of MC5's ''Kick Out The Jams'' and even a touch of Nirvana's ''Teen Spirit''. ''By Order Of Mayor Pawlicki'' stands as a must-have document of a band whose prime is everlasting, and whose musical explorations are inspired and essential. Presented in artwork produced by Johnny Dromette, designer of those seminal early album sleeves.

Review

''There have been lots of live Pere Ubu albums over the past four decades, and most of them have, let's face it, been terrible often based on cassette recordings made by audience members. This one is an anomaly: high-quality board tapes of a recent concert in Jarocin, Poland, and of a set that prominently featured songs from Ubu's early albums: ''hits'' like ''Heart of Darkness,'' ''Codex,'' ''Caligari's Mirror,'' and ''Real World.'' And the second disc finds them playing gasp several covers, including ''Kick Out the Jams'' and ''Sonic Reducer'' (the latter of which, believe it or not, was actually written by Ubu frontman David Thomas, and which slyly segues directly into ''Final Solution,'' an early Ubu favorite that pays lyrical homage to ''Sonic Reducer''). Thomas sounds, as he always has, like a somewhat strangulated penguin, and the band rocks like nobody's business. And this being Ubu, of course things get deeply strange at the very end. This album is a must-have for any library that collects deeply in rock and pop music.

Rick Anderson --CD HotList June 2020

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