Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 00:34:40 -0700
Do any of you L.A. area listies know about any decent upcoming shows?
I'm going to be in L.A. from the 17th-24th, and I'm hoping to do some-
thing with my time other than job-hunting :)
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 09:23:09 -0500
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 09:16:24 CDT
Aug 8, 95 5:05 pm
> I guess I got the Body Shop searching going when I mentioned that I had a copy
> with the words BODY SHOP in the packaging. I should clarify...
> It just says BODY SHOP, between two angel's wings, like a logo:
> + THE +
> + BODY +
> + SHOP +
> + +
> And that's it...I found my copy in a used record shoppe...I have a feeling tha
> it was a promo-only release, sold to the shop by an unscrupulous radio
> DJ/record exec. I doubt that it has any big connection with the real Body
I buy lots of these used! Many of my CDs have that promotional message stamped
on them in gold. Let's hear it for unscrupulous radio DJ/record execs!
> Shop. Keep looking, though...
> [email protected]
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 16:41:14 +0100
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 08:24:00 -0800
>> >re: lonely as an eyesore:
>> >water, water, everywhere...
>> Touchee! My question is: where is this quote from? I know I've heard it
>> sampled in some song...
> The line "water, water, everywhere..." comes from Samuel Taylor
>"The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner." "Water, water, everywhere-but not a
>drop to drink..." (punctuation mine)
In this sense the LIAE video is quite an admirable accomplishment; it's full
of water, and yet it cost much less to make than that Kevin Costner movie...
Anyone know which song this quote was sampled in?
+ --- Thom S. Heileson
+ +- oR [antiAxiomaticism unlimited]
+ - [email protected]
"I'll give you an example, typically.
It's less complicated than it simply should be." - Wire
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 14:14:59 -0400
Toronto: help! i have 2 extra tickets for the show available!
please, if there's anyone in toronto or the western new york area who needs
tickets or knows of someone who needs tickets for his show Aug. 10, *please*
let me know a.s.a.p. (or by 3p.m. tomorrow at the latest).. i got on the
guest list, and i really don't want to see them go to waste.. i'll even sell
them off for less than i paid for (they were $20 Cdn. a piece)..
and if you're considering going, just go already!
my email address is: yku[email protected]
sounding extremely desperate..
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 17:17:40 -0300
On Wed, 9 Aug 1995, Heileson, Thom wrote:
> >> >re: lonely as an eyesore:
> >> >water, water, everywhere...
> >> Touchee! My question is: where is this quote from? I know I've heard it
> >> sampled in some song...
> > The line "water, water, everywhere..." comes from Samuel Taylor
> >"The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner." "Water, water, everywhere-but not a
> >drop to drink..." (punctuation mine)
I've heard it before... maybe Iron Maiden...
Isn't it disgusting?
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 15:31:34 -0400
I find it odd that some people on the list think that there is some kind of
absolute value on 4AD items. I strongly disagree. 4AD stuff (like
everything) is worth whatever people will pay for it. Or, in capitalist
terms, "what the market will bear." Socialists and communists rejected
Marx's labor theory of value long ago.
On the other hand, it is really easy to get sucked into bidding in an
auction a lot more than you would otherwise pay. I believe there's a
specific name for this phenomenon. I think I heard it on Lovejoy once, but
But, as one of the more aggressive bidders on the list, I do feel good to
see people pay even more than I would for something!
By the way, the "AVAM" and "No Balls" bids are nothing. Check out those
1986 poster set bids. Wow! I'm glad I got mine already, as I'm sure that
even I would have dropped out by before reaching $200.00.
Jeffrey T. Gayton
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 13:49:42 -0700
Sorry everyone, but what does "AVAM" stand for, and what is it?
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 09:36:37 -0700
On Wed, 9 Aug 1995, Julian Stewart wrote:
> Do any of you L.A. area listies know about any decent upcoming shows?
> I'm going to be in L.A. from the 17th-24th, and I'm hoping to do some-
> thing with my time other than job-hunting :)
JULIAN!! Young Gods Young Gods Young Gods!!
Or you could go to be in the studio audience for the Marilyn Kagan show
with me on the 24th B-)
8-o ... so you say you were molested by your cat? we'll be right back...
from _Cher's Guide For the Chronically Clueless_ :
boink fest (boynk fest),n. 1. Have sex in quantity. 2. doing it big time.
hy men ally chal lenged (hi men al e chaleng d), adj. 1. a virgin.
wig (wig), v., wiggin' or wigged 1. become irrational, freak out. 2. go postal.
wo man (wu man), n. 1. your boyfriend's name for you.
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 15:52:20 CDT
OOPS, sorry about that last blank message.
Anyone heard the Cardigans' "Life" yet?
Also, I was listening to the radio (a rare event) and
heard a new Mazzy Star song. Great, waited for the announcer
to give me info and he said it was the Innocence Mission.
Not to slag them, but I honestly have never heard them before
and honestly thought it was Mazzy Star...
So what did Jerry Garcia die from?
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 14:27:28 -0700
On Wed, 9 Aug 1995, darkglassdolleyes wrote:
> Sorry everyone, but what does "AVAM" stand for, and what is it?
"A Very Angry Mark".... has something to do with a war between Red
House Painters and The Breeders.... scary. Don't ask....
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 17:00:50 -0500
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 23:42:13 +0100
Just thought I'd mention another 4AD link, these guys used to be called
the Dust Brothers until recently. The change was forced by their name
being the same as a (US?) group. Anyway, they supported TWP at their last
London gig at the Jazz Cafe.
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 18:49:46 -0400
>>(the preceeding was a dramatization, only the names and several
>>most items have been changed)
> Bravo, Well done! But did you have to go and ruin it by telling us
>that it wasn't true?
I did not say it wasn't true, and (I knew this was going to happen) YES I
know the 'body shop' doesn't carry hand towels, and YES each BS has 15
employees instead of three, and YES I know I fell twice and failed to
mention, but but...I thought I could make it *riveting* by changing a few
minor facets. Damn the critics!! Damn the critics!!
Moving much faster now,
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 18:28:03 -0500
I just wanted to post something about the Lanterna CD that was just
released on Parasol. It is mostly instrumental, ambient stuff. Brendan
of M7X plays drums on much of it, I play guitar...
In the last week the only radio copy we sent was put into rotation at KCRW
in Los Angles, a big sort of public station. Since then Parasol has gotten
orders from a few of the "better" record stores in the area. If you are
interested in checking out the CD or want to bug record store staff it is
available at Rhino, Tower, Aron's, Penny Lane, and Poo Ba. The packaging is
letter pressed by Bruce at IPR and is really cool.
I'm sure I'll get in trouble for listing this but Parasol's # is 217 355-2555.
or just mail me. Maybe this will start a real buzz... naaaa!
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 1995 19:25:01 -0700
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 1995 00:06:47 -0500
This has nothing to do with the auction, but ...
Does anyone know why I can no longer send mail to the list? I keep
getting and illegal host/domain message, saying that [email protected] is
an unknow host. Huh?