Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 02:16:45 -0500
>> Still coming to terms with "Nearly God"
>I'm still looking for "nearly god", none of the stores are carying it and none
>of the cheap mail-order companies (or am i wrong?).
The 'Nearly God' is out domestically (U.S.-wise)(I think it's on Island/4th
& Broadway), with 2 extra tracks from the import. Remember that the name of
the artist is Nearly God and not Tricky for this CD. It's very good,
although some might not like the fact that is all in the same mood (I am
very fond of that). There's also a 'Tricky presents' type of EP with one
Tricky track, and a couple of Tricky collaborations, and 2 non-Tricky
tracks. I have not heard this EP. Good luck hunting to all.......
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 09:18:17 -0400
>Well of course, Patti makes the REM song along with the interesting
>*sustaining* power of the e-bow...I remember a thread not so long
>ago Re: the e-bow, its effects, whats it look like etc. and in the
>REM video they show a close up of the guitarist holding the e-bow in
>his hand so it is very illustrative for those who were wondering what
>and how one is used...
That's odd...I caught the video the other day from about the halfway point
on, and I couldn't hear an e-bow anywhere. I didn't really see anyone
playing anything either - just lots of shots of Patti Smith riding the
>it is a very spooky/cool kind of effect...love
>to own one but me thinks I would be a little clumsy...
Dropping one has potentially more serious consequences than dropping a pick,
but they're not at all hard to use once you figure out the best place to
hold it over the pickup. Makes your playing a bit more interesting than the
usual picking and strumming too. Peter Buck finally seems to have broken
away from just playing jangly stuff, but look how long it took him to start
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 18:44:34 +0200
On Fri, 16 Aug 1996, Frank Brinkhuis wrote:
> Je had kritiek op Dole, maar hoorde je hem gisteren het Amerikaanse volk
> zeggen dat als hij aan de macht kwam hij er persoonlijk voor zou zorgen dat
> men deluxe ltd. editions van V23 boeken, catalogi etc. OP TIJD zal krijgen!
Sounds too good to be true. Are you sure you weren't listening to Ross
-- Andras Salamon [email protected]
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 12:51:08 -0400
I have the following for sale (no auction this time). All items are mint
unless otherwise stated. Postage/packing and insurance not included. All
inquiries should be directed to RBN [email protected]
albums + booklet that tell the 'Factory Story'.
***Red House Painters: Songs For A Blue Guitar (162-531 061-2) Island
Independent/Supreme Recordings--newest from RHP. Promotional Copy Stamp
***Velour 100: Fall Sounds (TND1047) Tooth and Nail--Drummer Trey Many from
HNIA + vocalist Amon Krist, produced by Warren Defever
***Frank Black: The Cult of Ray (9 43070-2) American
***Blind Mr. Jones: Stereo Musicale (BP 40201-1) Bizarre/Planet (licensed
from Cherry Red)--engineered and produced by Slowdive producer Chris Hufford.
British group sounds exactly like early Ride except with some flute here and
P.S. Kevin I haven't forgotten about your tape.
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 1996 02:51:06 +0930
My dad has just told me that the Cocteau's are playing at
Womadelaide '97 in Jan/Feb in Adelaide !!
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Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 14:15:05 -0400
Robert Dunkin wrote:
> oh that sucks tht it's attached to shark.. sort of like the remix of dusted
> attached to low red moon.. Id rather have it an extra track. oh well..
there's are only 2 ways to "hide" a track without attaching it to another song.
It's pretty standard to tack it on to the last song. If it had an id # it would
hidden, and to get it away from the other songs, there has to be recorded silenc
The other way doesn't work on a lot a cd players what you do is put it before th
start of track one. To play it, the listener must start track one and then back
up/rewind to befoe the starting id. The X-files CDis done this way. it's got tw
songs one of them an unrelleased Nick Cave (yum yum)
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 14:46:04 -0500
this UVS promo cd has 5 tracks:
candida remix, she's a diamond. winter song, this is the way part 2,
and candida ( theme from 'red pressure mounting ). as i recall some
of these songs don't show up on the bonus cd with rev, its not the
same thing as that. i am looking for a similar style promo cd for
trade, or maybe some other cd single. if i find no trades best cash
offer gets it.
and i saw throwing muses in chicago last night, they were quite nice,
just an all around nice show :) the same set list as the one posted
here, from DC? go see them, its just... nice :)
i have seen them quite a few times, and though she doesn't look as
crazy, doesn't move her head in that wild manner like she did years
ago, the band was enjoyable :)
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 13:03:36 -0700
>Is it just me, or...did I just see a Burger King commercial with
>English's "Melt With You" playing in the background?
>That is just sad.
>couldn't it have at least been one of those interesting VW
That was it alright, I just saw the commerical today for the first
time. I was up in the rocky mountains hugging trees and inhaling real
air. So i've been without phone, cell phone, pagers, beeper, internet,
tv, radio, stereo for 10 days. I highly recommend going cold every
once in a while.
anyhow, i had the giggles for about 5 minutes, I'll stop and melt with
you for a bloody dead cow on processed white bread, mmmmmmm.
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 16:18:18 EDT
Well why not just add it as a 13th separate song? Without listing it on the
song list on the back of the cd.
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 18:16:26 -0400
WOW. There are not words (at least not within my grasp) to express just
how amazing DCD were last night. WOW.
Everything was absolutely perfect. Lisa was exquisite. Brendan was
powerful. It really blew me away.
And the audience was a complete freak show (I actually mean that as a
compliment), at no extra charge. It was quite the event.
Now, if I could just afford to buy the rest of their back catalogue...
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 20:04:34 -0500
On Sun, 18 Aug 1996, Gregory Lawrence Smith wrote:
> And the audience was a complete freak show (I actually mean that as a
> compliment), at no extra charge. It was quite the event.
I saw DCD in Chicago about a month ago. It was the best dressed
audience I have even witnessed. So many costumes; some truly majestic
others completely horrific, but all within the context of the atmosphere.
I want to see DCD again soo bad, but they are not coming anywhere near
the midwest. Hearing Cantara live is better than -X-. BTW, I am new to
this list, so I apologize if the Chicago show has already been discussed.
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 22:55:43 -0400
handful of snowdrops
i have the following cd's for sale:
virginia astley - hope in a darkened heart (u.s. version) $8
rachel's - handwriting $8
tortoise - millions now living... $8
bill nelson - chance encounters in the garden of lights (double cd) $15
handful of snowdrops - land of the damned (c'est la mort) $8
roger eno - between tides $8
jansen/barbieri - stone to flesh (import) $15
D is for Desond thrown out of a sleigh
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 23:44:01 -0400
I just returned from NY yesterday, and I decided it was time for a
subject change, so i took it upon myself to change it. Like it? NY was
cool, saw a lot of my friends, played my first live show (which blew blew
blew), recorded a demo (more or less) and just played every day, which was
really neat, but now that I'm away from playing all the time I'm kinda...i
don't know....sad. Did you know I was in a band? Well, I yam. It's called
Aerodrome. We used to be kinda slow and pretty sounding, but we just added
a drummer ( a friend of ours) in NY and now we're kinda surfy sounding. I
think we created our own genre..."surf-goth" maybe? I don't know. It's me,
my friend Beth, and new drummer Ben. I'll play you a tape sometime, if you
want to hear it. Did you go see the Muses? I didn't. I had zero money, so
i couldn't quite make it down to the city to see them. Are you going to see
HNIA at Schuba's? I am, maybe I'll see you there? Hopefully I'll get in.
I went to one rave when i was in Chicago and it was super lame. First and
maybe last, I think. Maybe it was just a bad experience. It was one of
those warehouse rave's, and you couldn't leave till like 5 in the morning,
so it was kind of stupid. Hope all is well in da windy city...
quires tenir un tiempo bueno in el cuidad de wind...