Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 00:27:06 -0600
at Mar 22, 96 03:32:44 pm
> I have the following available for sale/trade:
> The Wolfgang Press - Funky Little Demons Ltd. Ed. with bonus remix cd
> Lisa Germano - Happiness (the original Capitol version) cd
> Mike Watt - E-ticket Ride 7" (b/w The Big Bang Theory / Dominance&Submission)
> On that last item...TBBT has Frank Black on vocals and J Mascis on guitar.
> This 7" is promo-only and I think pretty rare. But I have a question...does
> anyone know if these b-sides appear on cd anywhere?
> Anyways...if anyone is interested in these items, e-mail me personally.
> Thanks, Taylor [email protected]
I ahve that mike watt 7" also, and when I got it, I remember the flyer
saying something about the tracks being exclusive....it's a pretty good
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 02:13:40 -0500
In a message dated 96-03-22 18:04:17 EST, you write:
>Can someone give me the number of Ticketmaster in San Francisco (or some
>city) where I could purhase a ticket for the San Francisco date of the
>the Pavement' tour? I'm in Chicago now, but will most likely be there on
ticketmaster in l.a. is 213.480.3232 and tix go on sale sat @ 10am
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 1996 13:57:41 +0000
DAY FIFTEEN: BIRMINGHAM THE FOUNDRY
After three days back in that alien environment called work, arriving at a
Lush gig again was like coming home... By all reports, Stoke and
Bristol went well, it was as if as the tour wended its way back down
south, things began to pick up again. This was the first gig at which I'd
listened to the new support band (Inertia? Not sure) and was quite
impressed. A bit REM/Nirvana-ish, but done extremely well.
The venue (a nightclubby type place again) was packed to the brim,
stuffed to the gills. By the time Lush arrived on stage, the only way I
could see ANYTHING was by going behind the bar. The set was pretty
much as it had been back in Manchester (despite a number of people
calling for "Ciao!", Lovelife now having been released in the UK, and
"Ciao!" receiving a lot of radio airplay thanks to Jarvis's current
notoriety), but this time the enthusiasm of the audience was unabated,
which naturally fed back to the band, who gave a great show.
Yeah, I know a lot of these reviews are beginning to sound the same,
but when you go to so many gigs on the trot everything starts becoming
a bit of a blur... It's only posting these messages that keeps my
memory in check!
A day off on Thursday day for both the band and myself, before moving
on up to Leicester for the next thrilling installment of "Lovelife: The
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 1996 11:20:41 EST
The Shaving the Pavement Tour is coming to Providence Rhode Island on April
30th. Tickets are $8 adv. Sale of tickets start March 22. The location is at
Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel on 239 Westminster St. This is a Great venue. No more
than 40 ft from the stage and there is a balcony too. Sometimes I feel so
lucky to live in Prov where the venues are intimate enough to connect with the
bands while Prov is big enough of a city to attract names like the StheP tour,
Belly, Throwing Muses, Sonic Youth (playing at same location on the 27th of
April), and other great bands. Hope to see you 4ad-ers at the show.
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 09:56:49 -0800
Hoping someone can help me out with this even though it is non-4AD:
Could someone e-mail me the track listing to the UK version of
Alison Moyet's _Singles_? I'd appreciate it.
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 13:11:12 -0500
>us release date for emporer tomato ketchup is April 15
>of course i saw a copy of it today on import for $28
> Im trying to convince myself that i can wait
And WOW! wait until you see the Yellow Sparkly Vinyl
I have never seen it's equal!
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 1996 10:34:10 -0500
On Wed, 20 Mar 1996, John Monroe wrote:
> Once again, I bother a list full of people to try to get kelli-jeanne
> drum to send the V23 book I sent her money for, when, 14 months ago???
> I wouldn't be doing this on a list if she would return personal mail,
> and she knows I would do this, as I told her, and have done so in the
> past... and was told that she was sending it. right, sure...
i too have been swindled. in my case, i sent her cash to buy me
a heidi berry cd. this was approx. one year ago. she said she
had it, but i never received it. i too have tried personally to
take care of this, but no response. is there any justification
for this? i enjoy selling/buying/trading with listies, but this
often makes me think twice before doing so.
dave ([email protected])
> and apologies to absolutely everyone else, this is the worst type of list
> mail and i know it, but also the worst type of dealings, the ones where you
> get ripped off on the net.
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 13:04:29 EST
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Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 11:56:09 -0700
On Fri, 22 Mar 1996 04:35:10 -0800 Paul
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 11:12:11 -0800
>From the new Ear/Rational pre-orders list:
>Ligament-Holiday Maker 7" FLOWS003 $4.25
>Enough about the amazing Flower Shop label! This new Ligament 7" melds
>their twisted open-throttle guitar-noise with th' Faith Healers'
>Roxanne guesting on the title track, adding her luscious voice to the
>scalding stew Ligament cooks up between distorted guitar, distorted
>drums and distorted bass. (Flower Shop)
Hey! I thought Roxanne was going back to school full time -- and now here
she is, moonlighting with some other band. Can someone (one of our
omniscient UK correspondents?) comment on Ligament and whether they're at
And while I'm on the horn, here are some other intriguing new releases:
>Everything But The Girl-Walking Wounded 12"/CDS VST1577/CD1577 $8.25/$9.25
>Follow-up to EBTG's melancholy "Missing", "Walking Wounded" is the
>result of their collab with London drum & bass specialists Spring Heel
>Jack. An excellent 6 minute song with surging strings and skimming
>beats. Both formats feature a Spring Heel Jack Remix and Omni Trio Mix
>among others. Advance word is the new EBTG record will be "all
>Jungle". Strap in. (Virgin)
>Ganger-Half Nelson 12" POMP004 $8.25
>New single from recent Domino signing is a Krautrocking 3 track, 31
>minute EP very much in the style of Can and Neu and featuring Stephen
>from Bisi This fine example of the new breed of excellent experimental
>Brit-Indie will appeal to fans of Ul, Tortoise, Quickspace Supersport,
>etc. Might be huge. Ready? (Vesuvius)
>Windy & Carl-Drawing of Sound Ltd. LP/CD cat#TBA $10.50/11.50
>New stuff from Michigan's finest ambienteers. Unlike their last release,
>Portal, this album will feature delicate vocals on four of the five tracks
>on top of their usual layered guitars, minimal percussion and underlying
>melodies. LP is strictly limited to 600 numbered copies on translucent
>purple vinyl, and both formats boast over 43 minutes of music. Buy now
>or cry later... (Blue Flea/Icon)
Jens Alfke [email protected]
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 13:30:15 -0600
Like many others, after encountering the TMC Original Versions I pursued
many of the artists/albums TMC covered. Among others, I found Mary
Margaret O'Hara's "Miss America" and fell in love with it. One of my
fave-rave albums. But i can't find anything else by her, nor do I know if
anything else exists. She did turn up in the thank-you's for KH's "Hips
and Makers." Any info would be appreciated. And yes the original
versions, for the most part, are better than TMC's.
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 17:18:47 -0500
Jens Alfke wrote:
> Ja, [I saw "Fargo" last night and am still in awe of the wacky Minnesota
> accents] I was thinking of going into that but decided to be brief.
Hmmm. Wacky? I'm not sure about that... :)
I think the most accurate was the kidnapped woman, since that's exactly
what my aunts sound like, I suspect most of the others were (passable)
imitations. All in all, not a bad movie.
Uff-da (sort of like a ND version of oy-vey, very popular),
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 16:09:33 -0800
See the Lush homepage (now! In colour!!)
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 17:56:24 -0600
> P.S.: does anyone here actually live in North Dakota or Minnesota? Just
You betcha. I'm actually an Oregon transplant, just here for
college...but my grandparents were born and raised here before heading West.
There seem to be quite a few Minnesotans on 4AD-L...
Somewhat thislisty: Check out the official Low homepage at:
Low are fellow Minnesotans...but they're currently on a whirlwind tour of the
U.S...the page is pretty rough looking right now, but it's got all the dates.
I'll be updating and improving it pretty regularly. Let me know what you
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 18:29:49 -0600
I am from Minnesota!!! I have lived there all my life...except now I go to
school in Madison, WI.
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 18:50:34 CST
i found the american pump up the volume 12" today for $2 -- quite the deal,
i think. i remember one of these vinyl pieces was actually worth something,
but i don't remember if it was this one.
pump up the volume (7:10)
pump up the volume (bonus beat) (4:49)
pump up the volume (instrumental) 5:04
is this the one?
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 20:20:17 -0600
96 06:29:49 pm
> >P.S.: does anyone here actually live in North Dakota or Minnesota? Just
> I am from Minnesota!!! I have lived there all my life...except now I go to
> school in Madison, WI.
That makes 2 of us......and just to add some 4AD content let me just
mention This Mortal Coil.
Ciao for now,
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 20:11:10 -0600
Mar 23, 96 01:30:15 pm
To anyone in the midwest:
Here in Lincoln, Nebraska we have a pretty danged godlike store
which sells CD's, records, tapes, posters, and no, it's not a chain.
It goes by the name of Recycled Sounds and currently the owner has a
box full of vinyl 4AD stuff. I saw:
Dead can dance: Aion
Within the Realm of a Dying Sun
Lonely is an eyesore
Echoes in a Shallow Bay
Heaven or Las Vegas
I also saw The Moon and the Melodies, but hey, I bought it.
Remember, this is all vinyl, and if you're ever passing through
Lincoln, Recycled Sounds is well worth the trip. Also (not as 4AD-y,
but an interesting little shop) there's Zero Street. Both have copies
of this year's 4AD Calendar.
Further questions....? email direct
*KNDL* (e, a)
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Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 21:17:33 -0600
I know this is way way in advance, but I was wondering
if there was anyone out there on the list who would
be driving to Chicago from Urbana-Champaign for the
Shaving the Pavement show in May? I really really must
go, but I need a ride!!
Katherine (Trina) Sauer
Graduate Student and Goddess of Funkosity
Environmental Engineering and Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
but your books don't say much about
living your life like a thief
yeah we're handcuffed and chained
we play games and we play them out slowly
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 21:56:14 -0600
Does anybody out there has the dates for ANY texas dates?
Please, please do!
'The Picture you see, is no portrait of me...'