|'Em Are I|
|Studio album by |
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard
|Released||April 20, 2009 (UK)|
|Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard chronology|
'Em Are I is the fifth album by anti-folk artist Jeffrey Lewis, and the first cred to Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard (Lewis' backing band). Lewis revealed the following in an interview with Audio Antihero Records.
'Em Are I is probably the one I feel best about as a representation of a well thought-out studio album, where I had the time to get things a bit more how I wanted them instead of just ending up with what I got accidentally. I think the “Mini-Theme” track at the end of “‘Em Are I” is just about the best song recording I’ve managed to do, I’m very happy with how that came out.
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