Date: Sun, 31 Mar 1996 15:04:24 -0800
I'm taking up maintaining an A.R. Kane Web Page and encourage
those interested to stop by and send in any contributions. The address
Also, if anyone can offer advise on promoting such a page -
choice lists and such - I would be very appreciative.
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 1996 23:25:36 -0500
whats huH ?
[pardon my ignorance]
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 1996 22:04:15 CST
> I got Smile by Ride at the music store yesterday and was wondering
>if this was the the compalation to the two LP's/EP's whatever. Oh, They
yes. i think nowhere is much better :)
> How come nobody talks about bands like That Dog or any of the
>Guernica bands? Do they suck (for lack of a better term)?
we talk about spooonfed hybrid and insides/earwig quite a bit on this list,
though guernica discussion had died down a bit because it's apparent that
guernica is dead -- or at least in a coma. anyone have any info on this?
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 12:44:11 +0200
>>Does anyone know anything more about (French?) singer Barbara Grogan, who
>>appears on a number of Hector Zazou projects? Is/was she in another band?
>>Any other releases anyone can point me to?
>Was she in "The Passions", who released a few records in the early
>eighties. As in "I'm in love with a German film star that I once saw in a
>movie. Playing the part of a real trouble maker but I didn't care. It
>really moved me ... de-de-de-de-de-de, DI-DI-DI, DI-DI-DI".
>If she wasn't, I'm sure someone can tell which singer I'm thinking of!!
I have the 7" here right in front of me: 'I'm In Love With A German
Filmstar' POLYDOR, POSP 222, 1981. Brilliant single. Great artwork.
The singer was called Barabara GOGAN.
The Passions have made quite a few records as far as I can remember. 3 LP's
and a pile of singles.
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 10:29:44 -0800
> Edsel Auctioneer (slightly 4AD)
> Robin Fargher ([email protected])
> Thu, 4 Apr 1996 14:39:20 +1200
> Slightly not-this-listy, but does anyone know whatever happened to the
> Edsel Auctioneer? They seem to have vanished after their excellent Simmer
> album of a couple of years ago.
i heard mention of a video that the band had put out about 6 months ago and,
on my last visit to ufo in london, i saw a new full length cd (but i plumped
for 'mars is a ten' instead so i can't say if it's up to the usual excellant
standard). er, the short answer is then: still going, i believe.
(blimey, somebody in new zealand has heard of edsel auctioneer...) 8)
> (They did share a member with the Pale Saints for a while, so I don't
> feel too guilty!)
yeah, it was chris i believe, the drummer. also ashley from EA used to play
with PS on tours. i once saw ea and ps on the same bill at leicester
university (when graham did what he'd been promising all tour and finally
smashed his guitar to pieces) and, mingle mangle*, the clock on the wall
behind the stage was going backwards whilst the pale saints played.
also, chris was questioned by the police when the edsel's stuff was stolen a
few years back because he was meant to be looking after the gear. they live
in the same street in liverpool i believe, harold avenue? (it's on the early
edsels stuff, i think they even named that ep after it, the one with unbroken
line on it.)
oh, a question of my own: did the first edsel's peel session (way back in 86
or 87) ever get released officially anywhere? er, brick wall dawn, between
two walls, like a hurricane and, er, another track
anybody else ever worry that they know too much about things that nobody else
really cares about?
crazy, brutal, a torpedo...
* the twilight zone theme tune as sung by john walters, peel's ex-producer.
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 09:24:55 -0500
does anyone know where i could find
the musical compositions from the brothers Quay
videos?? it seems like theyve all been pretty
much done by one composer. i culled the name "jankowski"
from the credits. larry sider maybe as the conductor.
anyone know anything about this??
in the 2nd most recent issue of raygun (cypress hill cover)
there is a half page article about mystic moog orchestra.
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 10:04:59 +0000
My uncle is a guitar manufacturer, and would like to trade a custom
guitar or other music equipment for a late model computer. So, if any of
you budding musicians are upgrading your computers (either mac or
pc--he hasn't decided which he will go with yet) and would like to
get some musical equipment out of it, email him--at:
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 21:05:21 -0500
On Wed, 3 Apr 1996 19:50:33 -0500 Joseph Burns
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 13:12:09 -0700
On Thu, 4 Apr 1996 [email protected] wrote:
> for fecks sake. claire grogan is a two foot fucking midget who lives in
> Finsbury "soon-to-be-played-in-by-the-Sad-Pistols" Park and she should
> just go fall in a hole.
christ! calm down and open your mind! some of us still like the music
we listened to when we were thirteen!
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 16:41:25 -0800
I was wondering if any of you were lucky enough to get a reply from
Warren about some HNIA tapes. Warren's tapes, not the other ones that
are for sale. Like, pre-4AD "Livonia" demos and stuff like that. If
someone wants to trade for other demos or something, that would be cool.
By the way, I just got back from break, so I'm sending out the demos
that have been ordered from me tomorrow. Sorry for the long wait....
Matt ([email protected])
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 13:33:22 -0800
> >>Does anyone know anything more about (French?) singer Barbara Grogan, who
> >>appears on a number of Hector Zazou projects? Is/was she in another band?
> >>Any other releases anyone can point me to?
> >Was she in "The Passions", who released a few records in the early
> >eighties. As in "I'm in love with a German film star that I once saw in a
> >movie. Playing the part of a real trouble maker but I didn't care. It
> >really moved me ... de-de-de-de-de-de, DI-DI-DI, DI-DI-DI".
> >If she wasn't, I'm sure someone can tell which singer I'm thinking of!!
> I have the 7" here right in front of me: 'I'm In Love With A German
> Filmstar' POLYDOR, POSP 222, 1981. Brilliant single. Great artwork.
> The singer was called Barabara GOGAN.
Actually the Zazou collaborator also has the last name GOGAN (not Grogan)
BUT her firt name isn't Barabara, it's Barbara. Hmmmmm, i wonder if it's
the same person??? ;)
Neither of the 2 Zazou albums i have say "courtesy of blah blah blah" for
Ms. Gogan so does that mean The Passions are kaput? Were they any good, i
don't seem to remember that song, could you hum the tune for me?
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 18:10:26 -0500
>>It runs around $80 per year.<<
Actually they've straightened themselves out as of late. It's around $30 or
so to subscribe now.
Content is very schizo. They aren't quite sure who their audience is IMHO.
The design, of course, is beautiful! Not sure how much input v23 has though.
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 19:44:59 -0500
Just read the newest Time Out NY and saw the following listed :
Cindytalk Sat 6 - Westbeth Theater
Kurt Ralske Mon 8 - The Cooler
Modern English May 3 - Irving Plaza
That`s on top of the Shaving The Pavement date on May 2 at Irving Plaza.
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 17:07:00 PST
Someone from the 4AD-L emailed me inquiring as to how to subscribe to the
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