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Subject: Re: Cocteau Twins: The forgot...
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 02:36:09 -0500
From: Allibug B (AllibugB@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: the real toomey deal
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 1994 23:48:31 -0800
From: * kelli-jeanne * (kelli@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: home made candles
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 03:03:27 -0600
From: Eric Seale (sealee@ENIAC.AC.SIUE.EDU)
Subject: Thoughts on the poll, etc.
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 05:45:27 -0800
From: Julian Stewart (camus@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Re: THIS IS/IS THIS HOW
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 00:29:04 LCL
From: ket!matt.miller@T2.MSCF.UKY.EDU
Subject: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 08:41:18 +0500
From: Brian McKay (bmckay@TC1032.PTO.FORD.COM)
Subject: Re: Cocteau Twins: The forgot...
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 10:32:57 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 10:41:32 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: excellent dcd day at the record store
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 16:37:37 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: Xmas musik....
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 16:42:58 -0500
From: Another Reason to Cut Off an Ear (ICEBLINK@DELPHI.COM)
Subject: Re: THIS IS/IS THIS HOW
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 13:41:38 -0800
From: shane (shane@TREX.ORG)
Subject: lisa germano avam question
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 17:14:09 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: TWP promo remixes
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 18:03:11 -0500
From: jtgayton@POLISCI.WISC.EDU
Subject: breeders
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 18:29:12 -0500
From: Michael garrett (MGARRETT@DEPAUW.EDU)
Subject: Re: lisa germano avam question
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 17:48:18 -0600
From: Martin Wagner (hepcats@EDEN.COM)
Subject: TWP promo remixes (redux)
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 20:41:36 -0500
From: jtgayton@POLISCI.WISC.EDU
Subject: Re: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 21:07:57 -0600
From: Kagin Lee (KAGIN%KAGIN.BITNET@JHUVM.HCF.JHU.EDU)
Subject: Re: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 21:17:50 -0600
From: Kagin Lee (KAGIN%KAGIN.BITNET@JHUVM.HCF.JHU.EDU)
Subject: area compilation????
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 22:33:35 EST
From: MR NORMAN N LEVENSTEIN (ANKX77A@PRODIGY.COM)

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 02:36:09 -0500
From: Allibug B (AllibugB@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: Cocteau Twins: The forgot...


 Hello everyone, I'm the new girl.
        I also picked this one up just the other day.  Unfortunately, I've
never had the means to purchase the box set (hope that's not grounds for
excommunication), so I was probably more prone to enjoy it.  Although I have
in my possesion most of the tracks (those from Akiea Guinea, Love's Easy
Tears, Tiny Dynamine/ESB, Peppermint Pig single, Iceblink single, Pink
Opaque), its wonderful to have all those favorites on one nice, pristine
sounding CD rather than my former personal scratchy, ancient, cassette mixes.
 Very nice indeed, and one of those interesting secrets to add to your
collection.  I bought it for 25$. The chronological progression, as Gil
pointed out, is insightful.  It gives one of those evolutionary perspectives
that you really can't get unless you spend an afternoon listening to
everything  from Garlands to FCC.
        What's this mentioned in the ambient letter of a new album?  I
thought it wouldn't be out for years.  Any info would be appreciated.  Thanks
everyone again.  Take care,
                                           Allison B.

Date: Thu, 22 Dec 1994 23:48:31 -0800
From: * kelli-jeanne * (kelli@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Re: the real toomey deal


On Thu, 22 Dec 1994,  wrote:

> Allison/Kelli:

  i merely forwarded a note from someone else {allison} who seemingly
  has more news on this venture than anyone else. so direct all
  spelling errors to her and not me. she's not on this list, and i
  don't know her....

  *k* ...the american pasttime is filled with greed...


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 03:03:27 -0600
From: Eric Seale (sealee@ENIAC.AC.SIUE.EDU)
Subject: home made candles


it should be obvious that this is just a bit out of context, but as a long time 
urker i feel obligated to give a little something back. anyway i collected messa
es about how to make candles at home from alt.gothic under a (gof forbid) GUI / 
OM account.

I'm not going to annoy anyone with three pages of text to if you want it email m
 and you'll get it in about a week.

revel the lethe!


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 05:45:27 -0800
From: Julian Stewart (camus@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Thoughts on the poll, etc.


        Nice to see that with all the slagging on the recent Cocteau efforts,
the band still came in as the 4AD all-time fave. I too was disappointed by
"Four Calendar Cafe"....it's reached the point where I think it probable that
I will _not_ buy the next Cocteau release.

        However, the Twins of the 4AD middle-80's are still very special to
me. Those albums and EPs lasted me through the majority of high school, and
all of my undergrad time. I'm sure they'll endure through grad school as well.

        kj-- as much as I don't share your enthusiasm for HNIA, I'm also
surprised that they charted so low. There seems to be quite a dedicated cult
of Warren fans on the list. Mind you, I'm curious to know how many people
actually voted....maybe 35 or so?

        Well, the year is almost up. 1995 will mean lots of things. New goodies
from 4AD....new albums from Slowdive, Ministry, Einsturzende Neubaten....

        Ugh...will also mean that I'll be turning 23. How depressing. Doesn't
seem so long since I was the naive little 17-year-old pictured on my California
driver's license....

        Well, 'nuff said. Happy holidays to each and all, a Warren or the
equivalent in your stocking, etc. etc. :)


-julian-

who bought himself a 4-track for Xmas :)


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 00:29:04 LCL
From: ket!matt.miller@T2.MSCF.UKY.EDU
Subject: Re: THIS IS/IS THIS HOW


Hey, why doesn't somebody just email Simple Machines and ask them if Slack
signed to 4AD?   Maybe then we could really find out.

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 08:41:18 +0500
From: Brian McKay (bmckay@TC1032.PTO.FORD.COM)
Subject: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)


Hello folks,

Just in time for the Holiday season, I'm posting my first
cut of The Moon Seven Times/Area Discog v1.1.  If you
aren't interested, press your 'd' key now...

The discog is split into 3 parts, The Moon Seven Times,
Area, and Other Misc Stuff.  My personal collection lacks
most of the Area and Other Misc Stuff, so gaps and ???
occur frequently.  If you have any additions, corrections,
or clarifications, please drop me an email at bmckay@tc1032.
pto.ford.com and I'll edit the document.  You wont win a
prize, but you will get listed in the Credits section at
the end of the document (oh joy!).

Kudos to David Gilles-Thomas (dgthomas@acsu.buffalo.edu)
who has come up with the most obscure item yet, "The
Halloween Single II", which you can find in the Other
Misc Stuff section of the discog, near the end of the
document.

Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

-Brian
bmckay@tc1032.pto.ford.com

-------------- Cut Here -------------------------------------------------------

The Moon Seven Times Discog v1.1

The Moon Seven Times is: Lynn Canfield (vocals), Henry Frayne (guitar),
        Brendan Gamble (drums), Don Gerard (bass for live shows)

M7X = Moon Seven Times


"The Moon Seven Times", 7", Parasol PAR-012, 1992.
        A: My Medicine, B: Motion, Ghost Station.

        Art: Sarah MacDonald, Henry Frayne, Erich Stenzel,
                Lynn Canfield and Kevin Salemme.

        Special: Comes with snazzy sticker set


"The Moon Seven Times", CD (CS?/LP?), Third Mind tm 9106 2, 1993.
        her house/ miranda/ this and that/ motion/ straw donkeys/
        rise/ paris luna/ dear joe/ my medicine/ sweet magnolias/
        surrender/ deep water.

        Art: Chris Bigg


"7=49", CD (CS?/LP?), Roadrunner RR 9018-2, 1994.
        Knock Intro/ Knock/ Guppy/ Crybaby/ Let the Other One Stay/
        My Game/ Desert Vineyards/ John Intro/ John/ The Pavement Shines/
        On a Limb/ Curling Wall/ Anyway/ I'll Gather Flowers*

        Special:  The CD version contains 13 extra tidbits at the
                end of the regular listing.  Lynn called it "The
                Thirteenth Song" in one of the M7X newsletters.
                The CD has 14 tracks, but it appears that Lynn
                wasn't counting the "intro's", so...

        The Thirteenth Song: M7X show/ lighter/ Argo/ Tubes of PVC/
        Henry/ Hello in the Kitchen/ Head Full of Gears/ Finches/
        Inhaler/ Bells/ Eng. Dept. Party/ The Birds/ Nails

        *  I'll Gather Flowers is a remake? of an Area track
        from (which album??)

        Art: Erich Stenzel, Lynn Canfield


Doctor Death's Volume Five, "Heart's Lust In Limbo", CD/CS,
        C'est La Mort CLM 035-2, 1991.

        Compilation contains Miranda, which is available on "The Moon
        Seven Times" self-titled album.


"Heavenly Voices" Disc 1, CD (CS?), Hyperium HY 85, 1993.

        Compilation contains "Giannis", currently unavailable elsewhere.

        Special:  Compilation comes in two flavors, regular, and Limited
                Edition Box Set (which has 3 cardstock pictures).


"Thurtene", CD (CS?), Dewdrops DEW 001, 199?.

        Compilation of 4AD covers from a smattering of perspectives.
        Contains the Clan of Xymox cover "Michelle", which is currently
        unavailable elsewhere.

        Special:  Compilation comes in two printings, the first has
                dark green cover art, the second has the same art in red.


"The Moon Seven Times", Video, 1992.

        Live concert of material from first album in front of small
        studio audience.  Was broadcast on WILL TV, in Champaign-
        Urbana, Illinois, in November 1992 as a part of the "New
        Expressions" series.


"The Moon Seven Times", Video, 1994.

        Another WILL TV special.  Aired on ???.


"Paris Luna", Video, 1993.

        Video of song from first album.  Filmed at Nichols Arboretum (??)
        in Naperville IL, and the Chicago Art Institute.


Other Stuff:
        The Moon Seven Times T-shirt: black shirt, design on front:
        white text with astrological lattice design (in blue, magenta
        or green).

        The Moon Seven Times Poster No.1: Promo Poster for first, self-
        titled album from Third Mind.  Is a 90 degree rotation of Chris
        Bigg cover art, with blue text over the art.  Small square sketches
        (probably by Lynn) are on right side which decribe the tracks
        on the album.

        The Moon Seven Times Poster No.2: Poster for "7=49", similar to
        album cover with large photo of band.  Mainly blue with geometric
        background.

        "Fishes I Have Known": Mini book of sketches by Lynn.

        "Tales From the Tour: Part I": Mini book of sketches by Lynn about
        the first part of the Great M7X Summer Tour.

        "Tales From the Tour: Part II":  Mini book of sketches by Lynn
        about the second part of the the Great M7X Summer Tour.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Area Discog v1.1

Area was: Lynn Canfield (vocals), Henry Frayne (guitar), Steve Jones (???)

"White Canvas, New Hope", CS (LP?), Office Records ?????, 1986.
        disappear here/ the blue spark/ crystal/ micheal writes his parents/
        copper/ fine and still line/ all about money/ parachute/
        sincerely charlotte/ white canvas new hope/ higher than heaven

        This is out-of-print.  Various tracks appear on other
        Area CD's.  micheal writes his parents and crystal are
        on "Radio Caroline."  higher than heaven, sincerely charlotte,
        and parachute are bonus tracks on "Radio Caroline".
        disappear here, the blue spark, and all about money are
        bonus tracks on "The Perfect Dream."  copper, and a fine
        and still line are on the Area compilation "Agate Lines."

        Art:


"Radio Caroline", CS/LP, Office Records ????, 1987.

"Radio Caroline", CD, C'est La Mort CLM-018, 1989.


        Art:

"The Perfect Dream" CD/CS/LP, C'est La Mort CLM-006,1988.


        Art:

"Between Purple and Pink", CD, C'est La Mort CLM-021, 1989.
        anyway/ brave parade/ all there is*/ guessing game/ robin/
        what heaven is for/ permafrost/ rail*/ our corner drowning/
        blue moon/ we said/ dry spell*/ electroculture*/ filled

        * Bonus tracks on CD

        Art:


"Fragments of the Morning", CD/CS/LP, C'est La Mort CLM-031, 1990.
        puzzle boy/ the one year/ express/ green light/ all souls/
        larger then life/ about time/ at arms length/ subway/
        dead feather years/ lifeline*/ all souls (acoustic)*/
        express (extended)*

        * Bonus tracks on CD

        Special:  Henry Frayne did not appear on this album

        Art: Martin Sorger, Eric Fluke


"Agate Lines" CD (CS?/LP?), Third Mind TMCD59, 199?.

        Tracks                                  Origin(s)
        1. Anyway                               BPAP
        2. Michael Writes His Parents           WCNH, RC
        3. I'll Gather Flowers                  TPD
        4. Dry Spell                            BPAP
        5. Parachute                            WCNH, RC
        6. Sympathy                             TPD
        7. Filled                               BPAP
        8. This One                             RC
        9. With Louise                          TPD
        10. Guessing Game                       BPAP
        11. All About Money                     WCNH
        12. Sisters of Mercy                    TPD
        13. All There Is                        BPAP
        14. A Fine and Still Line               WCNH
        15. Tunnel                              TPD
        16. Copper                              WCNH

        Art: Chris Bigg


Doctor Death's Volume Four, "The Marvels of Insect Life", CD,
        C'est La Mort CLM 007, 199?.

        Compilation contains Green Light, which is available
        on "Fragments of the Morning."


"From Across This Gray Land No.2", CD/CS, Projekt PRO-29, 1990.

        Projekt compilation contains Our Corner Drowning and
        Robin Song from "Between Purple and Pink."


Other stuff:
        Area T-shirt: black shirt, design on front.  White text, green
        hand like "Between Purple and Pink" cover art.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Other Misc Stuff Discog v1.1

This is a discog of other stuff various members of The Moon Seven Times
and Area have been involved with:

Poster Children "Flower Plower", CD (CS?/LP?), Frontier 01866 34633 2,
        1987, 1988, 1991.
        Brendan Gamble played drums on tracks 1-4: dangerous life/
        wanna/ byron's song/ eye.


Doctor Death's Volume Five, "Heart's Lust In Limbo", CD/CS,
        C'est la Mort CLM 035-2, 1991.

        Compilation contains track by The Peddlers, called
        Like Skippy, which features Henry Frayne on guitar.


Lanterna, CS/LP, Frayne Productions FP 005, 1992

        Side project directed by Henry Frayne which involves
        Brendan Gamble and Lynn Canfield.  CS comes in two formats,
        Limited Edition Box set, and regular cassette.

        The Limited Edition Box set comes with photo booklet and
        a hand pressed, numbered copper plate on its cover.  Rumor
        has it, that fluffy seeds from a milk weed plant were
        also included :).

        CS Side A: Silent Hills/ Down by the Seine/ Turbine/ 1985/
        Haunted House/ Dark Spring/ Dun Dun/ Horses in Slow Motion/
        Agean/ Down by the Seine (Drowning)/ Ether Net/ Puerto de Luna/

        CS Side B: Knock/ End of the Tunnel/ Colossus/ Passage/
        Bells-Falling/ John/ Dragon Season/ Slides/
        No.7 Galerie des Anciennes/ Achieving Oneness/ Like Thomas

        Special: Comes with snazzy Lanterna stickers.

        Art: Erich Stenzel, Henry Frayne


Ack Ack, "Automatic", 12", Ofice Records ???, 1986.

        Henry Frayne (guitar?), Brendan Gamble (drums?), and Lynn Canfield
        (vocals), Steve Shields (lead vocals) and Joe Strell (bass)

Ack Ack, "Another Face", 7", Office Records ???, 1985.

        A: Another Face, B: Look


The Arms of Someone New, "Promise", LP?(CS?), Office Records ???, 1989.
The Arms of Someone New, "Promise", CD/LP, Ce'st La Mort, CLM-LP 008, 1988.

        Steve Jones' side project with M. Eberle, N. Rudd.

        LP Tracks: A: No City Fun/ Hollywood/ Pirouette/ Blue Rain/
        Stars End, B: Here Comes Everything/ Souvenir/ Beacon/ Another
        heaven/ Every Seventh Wave.

        CD has bonus tracks.

        Art: Earwig Studio


The Arms of Someone New, "Every Seventh Wave", EP, C'est La Mort, CLM-019, 19??.


The Farm Boys, ????, ??? ???, ????

        Don Gerard was involved. Need info.


The Halloween Single I, ???, ??? ???, 19??.

        Does this exist?


The Halloween Single II, CS, ???? ???, 1987.

        Weird obscure thing by: James Dobson (voice), Henry Johann (actually
        Henry Frayne) (music), Brendan Gamble (drums), Lynn Canfield (voice).

        Ghost, Ghost, Ghost/ U Sexy THING/ Heap!/ Dark Space/
        Spooky/ 1-900-FRENZYS

        Special:  Tape runs about 30 minutes.  Review of songs provided
        by David Gilles-Thomas (dgthomas@acsu.buffalo.edu) below:

        'Ghost, Ghost, Ghost' and 'U Sexy THING' are fun little rock songs.

        'Heap!' is a story read in a fake english (german?) accent.

        'Dark Space' is a wonderfully moody piece that incorporates a
        recording of Jean Luc Picard (Patrick Stewert) when he was transformed
        into a Borg (from a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode).  This
        song is alone worth finding the tape.  It's great!

        'Spooky' is a brief bit of Lynn apparently goofing around in the
        studio -- lovely nonetheless.

        1-900-FRENZYS is another spoken word piece complete with a
        bad Peter Lorre imitation.


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Art (art@cs.sfu.ca), Woj (woj@remus.rutgers.edu), Josh (josh@asu.edu)
Steve (sboyer@violet.berkeley.edu), Matt(jamison@students.wisc.edu),
Davis Gilles-Thomas (dgthomas@acsu.buffalo.edu), Dave(bulgakov@nwu.edu),
Robogirl(esherman@umich.edu)


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 10:32:57 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: Cocteau Twins: The forgot...


I saw this cd last night....whoever said it was the work of someone
trying to earn back the cash they put out for the box set was right on
the money.

I HARDLY think that Peppermint Pig, Pearly Dewdrops Drops and other songs
are FORGOTTEN among Cocteau Twins fans.  Hell, these are some of my
favorite songs.

PS.... Rodney's Christmas Pick to Click on L.A.'s KROQ was Frosty by the
Cocteaus.....Yeah, he's on the cutting edge.  This song is, what?  A year
and a half old by now?  Two years?  Luckily for the yucky little man who
looks like a British schoolmarm (Rodney, that is), it's still one of my
very favorite Christmas songs ever....right up there with Christmas Wrapping.


Ivo

"Full moon past the window sideways..."     -----------
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Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 10:41:32 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)


One thing I'd like to add about this discography...the tracks that
appeared on From Across This Grey Land:  Our Corner Drowning and Robin
are remixes of the original versions (better, if you ask me, but who
did), and not just album tracks.  The discography is extensive and
helpful, even though it is still fragmented in some areas...a great
job.... thanks :)


Ivo


"Full moon past the window sideways..."     -----------
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beswick@scf.usc.edu                         |---------|
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Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 16:37:37 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: excellent dcd day at the record store


well, well.

today i picked up here in pittsburgh the following

AVAM
Rare on Air featuring Brendan Perry

and

the AK79 comp featuring scavengers/marching girls songs.

 5 in total by them, 4 of which have brendan perry lyrics. haven't heard
anything until you hear a young (very young by the photos enclosed) brendan
perry belting out punk lyrics. seems he didnt develop his deep voice until
much later. i think he's what about 16-18 on these songs. i will have to go
back and check.

anyway magnificent day here in pittsburgh recordwise. i have been looking for
AK79 for a year and half and there it was and only $13.00.

todd sanders

"all our movements are the air, the understanding"

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 16:42:58 -0500
From: Another Reason to Cut Off an Ear (ICEBLINK@DELPHI.COM)
Subject: Xmas musik....


I've been sitting here at me desk listening to some old compilation I
made years ago...Xmal Deutschland's "Xmas in Australia" is on here.

Whoa.  Kewl song and all, but NOT cheery Xmas material by far.  I guess
you have to be in Australia.

The local "wannaba indie radio station" here in Boston, WFNX, actually
played Cocteau Twins' "Winter Wonderland" yesterday.  Of course, some-
thing from the "Pearl-Temple-Dummie-Dookie-Offspring" was played right
after that.   Short-lived bliss.


Happy Christmas/Chanukkah/Kwanzaa/...


Mike

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 13:41:38 -0800
From: shane (shane@TREX.ORG)
Subject: Re: THIS IS/IS THIS HOW


I did send email to Simple Machines re: Slack/Toomey deal, and I
haven't recieved a reply. I guess the holidays have got them busier
than usual (if that's possible), or they're being as coy as possible.
I'll let everyone know just as soon as I hear something.

Happiy Holidays


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 17:14:09 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: lisa germano avam question


unfortunately i have been glossing over the lisa germano discussion going on
in this list.

my question:

is the rest of lisa germano's work like the song featured on AVAM?

this cut blew me away.

if its anything like the rest i will definitely buy some more of her albums


just wondering


todd sanders

"all our movements are the air, the understanding"

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 18:03:11 -0500
From: jtgayton@POLISCI.WISC.EDU
Subject: TWP promo remixes


Hey gang, I was wondering if anyone could give me some help here.  The 4AD
Newsletter mentioned that "December sees the club release of a number of
mixes of selected tracks from the duo's new LP..." and lists six remixers.
Does anyone know how this has worked out?  Are there six individual vinyl
promo remixes out there?  Or is there a big remix LP?  Please, help me with
any details you can provide.  I'd love to know:

1. how many items there are
2. who remixed what
3. catalog numbers

Thanks for you help with any information you can provide.  And have a great
holiday, even though I won't...I'm stuck here in Madison studying for prelims.

-- Jeff

Jeffrey T. Gayton
jtgayton@polisci.wisc.edu


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 18:29:12 -0500
From: Michael garrett (MGARRETT@DEPAUW.EDU)
Subject: breeders


According to the latest SPIN magazine, "Guided By Voices have teamed up with
the Breeders' Kim and Kelley Deal to record 'Sensational Gravity Boy,' under
the band name Freedom Cruise.  The Song will appear on a ten-inch between the
pages of _The Indie Rock Guide to Dating_, a quarterly fanzine published by
the Red Hot Organization that will benefit AIDS."
Does anyone know anything about this?  How one could come across the 'zine?
If it will be released commercially?
If anyone will be getting this release, I would be interested in setting up
a tape trade or something...

--thanks
mgarrett@depauw.edu

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 17:48:18 -0600
From: Martin Wagner (hepcats@EDEN.COM)
Subject: Re: lisa germano avam question


On Fri, 23 Dec 1994, Todd Sanders wrote:

> is the rest of lisa germano's work like the song featured on AVAM?
>
> this cut blew me away.
> just wondering

Oh yeah!
After you hear the album they'll have to identify you through dental records.

Martin :)


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 20:41:36 -0500
From: jtgayton@POLISCI.WISC.EDU
Subject: TWP promo remixes (redux)


I just thought I'd post some information I just got from the 4AD info line
about the new TWP singles.  Evidently, the remixes will be commercially
available -- it sounded to me like there will be a bunch of versions of the
single on disc and vinyl.

Anyway, this still doesn't help me with the lowdown on the promo(s), so if
you have any info, you can still share your knowledge with the rest of us.
Thanks.

-- Jeff

Jeffrey T. Gayton
jtgayton@polisci.wisc.edu


Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 21:07:57 -0600
From: Kagin Lee (KAGIN%KAGIN.BITNET@JHUVM.HCF.JHU.EDU)
Subject: Re: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)


ya wrote:

>         *  I'll Gather Flowers is a remake? of an Area track
>         from (which album??)

The song before it, "Anyway" is on Between Purple and Pink, though the
 version on 7=49 is happier because for some reason it's about a half-step
 higher in pitch.  The Area version is my favourite song of theirs, ever.

kagin
kagin@tyrell.net

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 21:17:50 -0600
From: Kagin Lee (KAGIN%KAGIN.BITNET@JHUVM.HCF.JHU.EDU)
Subject: Re: M7X/Area Discog v1.1 (long-ish)


Upes, i just sent y'all mail that i wanted to send to brian.  So now i'm
 gonna spam the list again to apologize.  Yeah, i suck.

So mebbe i should put some useful info in here...hmm...i haven't bought
 any records since the Come album...

Well, the Cocteau Twins "forgotten" cd does seem kinda silly, and it's
 surprising that the people who put it out are still alive.  Though i
 love the band, i've never loved the fact that they're on capitol records,
 one of two labels i think are scum because of their terribly aggresive,
 overbearing capitalistic nature.  I'd expect them to hunt down the makers
 of that b-side cd right away, or have they done that already?  Also,
 have capitol released the "snow" ep domestically?  Haven't seen it...
I liked four-calendar cafe, more than the previous album.  Good for this
 season, perhaps a slightly darker tone of Frosty the Snowman.  Even
 "Summerhead" is icy-clean.

kagin
kagin@tyrell.net

Date: Fri, 23 Dec 1994 22:33:35 EST
From: MR NORMAN N LEVENSTEIN (ANKX77A@PRODIGY.COM)
Subject: area compilation????


-- [ From: Norman Levenstein * EMC.Ver #2.10P ] --

what is this area compilation on third mind records? when did it come
out? it appears to have a couple of tracks not previously available. i
want it like yesterday. where can i get it?

btw, could anyone please mail me direct with the area discog. again. i
erased it accidentally. oops.

-bruce