Date: Thu, 19 Sep 1996 23:04:50 -0600
anyone out there (gil? e?) have a locust discography they'd feel like
posting. i've been listening to 'truth is born of arguments' and the 'no
one in the world' 12" quite a bit lately and really enjoying them. what's
mr. van hoen up to these days
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 1996 22:43:03 -0500
On Thu, 19 Sep 1996, Frank Brinkhuis wrote:
> Lars Wrote:
> >early Can
> >I thought all the albums had been re-released by Mute a couple of
> >years back? Have they gone out of print again? None of the cd shops
> >on the net had any copies -- they only listed imports from the French
> >label Spoon at quite high prices.
> Mute do distribution in the UK, US and Benelux. Spoon in the rest of the World
the last time i tried to order a mute reissue of a can album, i was told
that they had already gone out of print--although theyre listed in the
catalogs of most american distributors. i keep hoping that this is not
true--i'm desperate to find tago mago on cd--but the prospects look grim
for finding can domestically in the US.
if anyone has info to the contrary, i'd be happy to hear it!
btw, if you like early can, i definately recommend future days, my
favorite can album. the song future days is perfect--a combination of
latin rythms, a catchy and cute melody, and odd experimentation. when
can is at its best, the music is so catchy and moving that it takes a
while to realize that something very strange and "wrong" is going on
> >Does Mute have a web site?
> And they have a killer 100-pages full colour mailorder catalogue as well!
> Frank Brinkhuis
> [email protected]
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 1996 22:35:15 -0700
On Thu, 19 Sep 1996, ".mark."
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 09:05:22 +0100
19, 96 04:03:23 pm
Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 06:23:01 -0400
>AS A FAN #1 OF THE MEXICAN WOMEN PAINTER, FRIDA KAHLO.
You mean *woman* painter. There was only one of her.
> I WOULD LIKE TO
>INTERCHANGE INFORMATION ABOUT HER LIFE AND HER ART WORK WITH YOU. ALSO,
I don't know what you've heard about this list, but it's not about that sort
of thing. Are you sure you meant to post this here? And turn your freakin
caps lock off already...
>I WOULD WANT TO KNOW YOUR OPINION TOWARD THE MEXICAN ART AS WELL AS,
>LATINAMERICAN ART. THANK YOU, DANIELA CARRILLO.
...but since you asked: I like Siqueiros better.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 08:24:04 -0400
>>I know that Simon Larbalestier did the Colourful Hill cover but who has
done the others?<<
Down Colorful Hill: Simon "Larby" Larbalestier
RHP 1 (Rollercoaster): see above
RHP 2 (Bridge): see above
Shock Me: see above
Ocean Beach: Melodie McDaniel
Songs For A Blue Guitar: Michele "All Virgos Are Mad" Turriani
Kevin probably knows too.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 10:26:11 -0300
>What is the name of the Pale Saints album that came before "In Ribbons"? It
>may not be the one immediately preceding "In Ribbons"--I'm not sure.
the name of the album is THE CONFORTS OF MADNESS
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 08:55:07 -0500
>anyone out there (gil? e?) have a locust discography they'd feel like
A very complete Locust discography can be found here.
>i've been listening to 'truth is born of arguments' and the 'no
>one in the world' 12" quite a bit lately and really enjoying them. what's
>mr. van hoen up to these days
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 09:55:55 -0700
I=B4m a painter, and my teacher was a friend of Frida,
so if you like some information I can ask for some books
if you want.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 10:33:46 -0400
Lariu" at Sep 20, 96 10:26:11 am
> >What is the name of the Pale Saints album that came before "In Ribbons"? It
> >may not be the one immediately preceding "In Ribbons"--I'm not sure.
> the name of the album is THE COMFORTS OF MADNESS
What can anyone tell me about the Mrs. Dolphin disc? Is this another
Japanese single/ep compilation in the spirit of Belly's Baby Silvertooth
and that new Lush disc? I have the disc (Mrs. Dolphin) but didn't know
how it fit into the Pale Saints discography.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 09:45:37 -0600
luis, that's very cool, I will love to have some books, although I have
read some of them. It's amazing that your teacher was a friend of Frida
Kahlo, I envied her. What is the name of your teacher? Thank you.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 09:29:53 -0600
larry, beg your pardon, I thought that in this list you discussed
anything that deal with art. I just wanted to hear opinions about
LatinAmerican art as general. But I see your point. Thank you.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 11:28:09 -0400
You are correct. Mrs. Dolphin is a Japanese compilation, which includes the
material from "Barging Into the Presence of God", "Half-Life", and I think
one or two additional tracks. The disc is apparently a genuine 4AD release,
but I think it lacks the traditional UK catalog number.
At 10:33 AM 9/20/96 -0400, you wrote:
>> >What is the name of the Pale Saints album that came before "In Ribbons"? It
>> >may not be the one immediately preceding "In Ribbons"--I'm not sure.
>> the name of the album is THE COMFORTS OF MADNESS
>What can anyone tell me about the Mrs. Dolphin disc? Is this another
>Japanese single/ep compilation in the spirit of Belly's Baby Silvertooth
>and that new Lush disc? I have the disc (Mrs. Dolphin) but didn't know
>how it fit into the Pale Saints discography.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 09:42:51 +0000
Lysa Bellott wrote:
> What is the name of the Pale Saints album that came before "In Ribbons"? It
> may not be the one immediately preceding "In Ribbons"--I'm not sure. All I
> know is...there were rumors...there were rumors he was into field hockey
> players...there were rumors that the guy sang on every song. The girl never
> sang. Forgive my ignorance but a friend lent me a copy of the album and it
> didn't have the title on it or anything. I don't even know what the sleeve
> looks like. Plus, that was a few years ago AND I no longer am speaking to
> the person who lent it to me in the first place. It seems that the only
> Pale Saints album I ever see in record shops is "In Ribbons" and nothing
> else. Can this "mystery" album still be obtained? I'm sure it's only a
> mystery to me but who the heck else can I turn to for this information?
> Anyway, I really, really liked it and wish to own the CD if that is at all
> possible. Please help!
> Thanks in advance,
Could be one of 2 albums they had before:
- The Comforts of Madness.
- Slow Buildings (this came out after in Ribbons).
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 12:26:03 PST
On Thu, 19 Sep 1996 15:00:38 -0400 Bruce Mcguire
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 12:25:00 PST
well stated...but, we do still listen to elvis and southern rural folk as
is...the original is just as important as the evolution...theres no reason that
ad shouldnt change, but it must also continue to provide the
product that enabled the evolution...if it aint broke, dont fix it,
On Thu, 19 Sep 1996 14:18:26 EDT Dez <[email protected]> writes:
>Traffic gets slow, so out comes the old debate about 4AD 'losing it'.
>people never could grasp the concept of change. The label is nearly 17
>old, or in other words has existed for a third of post-war history.
>This is the
>same period of time it took from the blues to evolve from southern
>songs to loud guitar bands - for jazz to grow from big bands to hard
>bop and for
>rock to go from Elvis to ELP. That is a lot of change. And all through
>people have been glancing behind with rose-tinted spectacles,
>hankering for the
>old days. 4AD puts out music relevant to 1996 and 97, not 1985 - if
>that, then they really would die (and deservedly too). It may not be
>or all to everyone's taste, but at least they avoid endlessly
>past. For that alone, the world should be grateful.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 13:49:59 -0400
i know this isn't terribly 4-ad listy, but i've been wondering recently
about CT. what have they been up to lately?
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 12:29:58 -0700
Okay, now that Tom W. has added his insightful comment "damn right" I
guess I do want to reply to Bruce Mcguire's statement that:
>yes can were way ahead of their time and truly great
>and that is main difference between them and simply average groups
>like Tortoise, Stereolab. And a certain ratio
If I can work through the syntax, Bruce is making two points here:
* Truly great bands are different than simply average groups. I don't
think anyone's going to disagree with that too strongly, so we can move
* Can are better than the other bands he mentioned because they were way
ahead of their time. This I don't buy. Certainly coming out of nowhere
with a new sound is a good thing, and I'm not going to dis Can (although
I've never liked anything by them that I've heard), but there is also
value in combining existing sounds and doing new things with them, as
well as in simply writing great songs. Both of which I will argue loudly
that Stereolab do. No one prior to them, to my knowlege, combined the old
Krautrock sound of Neu/Faust/etc (and to a lesser extent maybe Can) with
the VU, some of the sound of early Minimalism, and space age pop like
Esquivel. All of which you can see in Stereolab from their very first
release. And I don't care what year it was released in, "Super-Electric"
is a fabulous pop song.
I'm not going to defend Tortoise, because I don't personally find them as
interesting, or ACR, because I've never heard anything by them.
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Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 14:03:12 +0200
>I just love the RHP covers and inner sleeve photos.
>Can anyone tell me the full name of the photographer
>and if his work is available in print besides the work done
>for RHP. If find them very beautiful and they are really
>inspiring me in my photography work lately. I know that
>Simon Larbalestier did the Colourful Hill cover but who
'Song For A Blue Guitar' = Michele Turriani
'Ocean Beach' = Melodie McDaniel
'Shock Me' EP = Simon Larbalestier
'Red House Painters' (Bridge) = Simon Larbalestier
'Red House Painters' (Rollercoaster) = W.K.V.L.
'Shut Up, I Wanna Play My Guitar' RHP 2 promo-only 12" = Ivo Watts-Russell
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 16:54:48 +0000
I just grabbed a promo of the 4CD box set of Galaxie500 re-releases from
our editor's desk. It is a one CD sample titled "selected galaxie 500".
It says on the inset, 4CD Boxset release date : Sept. 24, 1996
includes the albums:
- On Fire
- This is Our Music
- Uncollected Galaxie 500
So for all you G500 freaks like me, woohoo! 4 more days till this comes
out. I bet it's gonna be expensive, but since I don't have any of their
stuff and it's all out-o-print, what the heck huh?
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 20:04:42 -0500
>larry, beg your pardon, I thought that in this list you discussed
>anything that deal with art. I just wanted to hear opinions about
>LatinAmerican art as general. But I see your point. Thank you.
This is a list for 4AD records and its related *** MUSIC*** styles.
Of course once in awhile art does get touched on but mostly
its in broad relation to 4AD (ie Vaughan Oliver, v23 collective,
Quay Bros, etc). While I will say that Rachel's discussion warrants
talk about Egon Schiele (and they even have a song called
Frida Khalo) the majority of the list would see Rachel's as a
musical group in keeping with 4AD style first and visual art after.
Check the mandate on the FAQ page.
Just my $.02
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Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 20:58:54 -0400
Sorry I have been a little negligent in getting these out to you quickly.
Thu-Sep 26 BOSTON Middle East/Hear Music In-store
fri-Sep 27 MONTREAL Cabaret
Sat-Sep 28 TORONTO Horseshoe
Mon-Sep 30 NYC Brownies
Tue-Oct 1 PHILADELPHIA Silk City/Borders in-store
a few west coast dates coming in Nov.