the-landing-digest        Sunday, April 4 1999        Volume 02 : Number 068



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  ANDREW SHOW'S.                        ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Sun, 04 Apr 1999 00:00:57 PST
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: ANDREW SHOW'S.

Hey Jess, how was the Bowl Of Fire show on friday???? And "The Countdown 
Quartet"???? I just got back from the DC Bowl of Fire show at the Black 
Cat. I got Everybody's autograph, and they are all really nice (Andrew 
is nice...and also kind of distant). They played a great encore. I had a 
digital camera, and took 24 pic's...which came out REALLY GOOD this 
time. 
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the-landing-digest       Tuesday, April 6 1999       Volume 02 : Number 069



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  Videos                   ["SHAUN SMAKAL" ]
  TV                                      [Jessica Brandt ]

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Date: Mon, 5 Apr 1999 09:41:31 +0000
From: "SHAUN SMAKAL" 
Subject: Videos

I havn't seen any of the zipper videos yet.  Why was 'Put a Lid on 
it' banned?

Smakal

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Date: Mon, 05 Apr 1999 21:39:03 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: TV

Well a pretty boring week on TV, but at least there's 2 things worth
watching. Try to check out that Ellington thing on Wednesday. Actually,
chec your listings today in case it's on earlier!

Uhm, i don't have a comment on the whole "battle of the lists" thing just
yet. I don't even know what's going on. I will say, however, that SNZ fans
have no sense of camraderie. 

I'll post about the andrew bird show and my trip to Chapel Hill later. It
was really really cool.

So anyway, remember that all times are eastern, check your listings, *****
means "pick to click" and see www.rockontv.com

MONDAY APRIL 5
1:30 am on BRAVO (profiles) Cole Porter

TUESDAY APRIL 6
3 pm on BRAVO (profiles) cole porter
3:30 am on TMC (Swingers) uhm....swingers! :)

WEDNESDAY APRIL 7
8 pm on PBS (check listings)Live From Lincoln Center: Uptown Blues,
Ellington at 100 *****

THURSDAY APRIL 8
nothing

FRIDAY APRIL 9
nothing

SATURDAY APRIL 10
11 pm on PBS (check listings) (Sessions @ W54) Pat Metheny Group *****

SUNDAY APRIL 11
Nothing
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the-landing-digest      Wednesday, April 7 1999      Volume 02 : Number 070



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  Re: Andrew Bird lyrics?              [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo)]
  SALSA.                                ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Wed, 07 Apr 1999 00:03:00 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo)
Subject: Re: Andrew Bird lyrics?

On Wed, 31 Mar 1999 02:11:49 EST, you wrote:

>I think his singing is very clear, especially in cock o' the walk. I was
>really surprised to read this post.  Anyhow, check out the rykodisk website
>probably at www.rykodisc.com  they had the lyrics. 
>Though I've never been to Venezuela,
>-Gats

http://www.rykodisc.com/RykoInternal/Features/342/menu.html

If you haven't seen it yet, go now! Tour dates, Realaudio samples,
lyrics, and a band bio! It's pretty cool. Stay to the links on the top
of the menu page; the bottom links are to general RD stuff, not
specifically Andrew Bird stuff.

NOW I just need to find a web page for Music of Hair (Bird's first
CD)...

BTW, according to a Chicago website, Andrew Bird also guests in the
Orquestra Atipica every so often. Here is their website:
http://www.mindspring.com/~bobdronski/ch02001.htm

- --peter destructo

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Date: Tue, 06 Apr 1999 20:32:59 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: SALSA.

You can find the salsa song that BOWL OF FIRE covered at the Black Cat 
show on www.amazon.com Search under the artist Ry Cooder, and the name 
of the cd is "Buena Vista Social Club". The song they played in the 
encore is #3 - "El Cuarto De Tula". When I was talking to Kevin 
O'Donnell he told me that that song always gets big praise when they 
play it at shows.






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the-landing-digest       Thursday, April 8 1999       Volume 02 : Number 071



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  you're driving me crazy!          [bob pigeon ]
  New Album.                            ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  Re: SALSA.                            ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Wed, 07 Apr 1999 11:02:16 -0400
From: bob pigeon 
Subject: you're driving me crazy!

turned on the radio this morning, and they were doing a big billie holiday
birthday tribute!

so i get a blank tape ready to start taping when the next song starts, and
what is it?  YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY!!!!  what fun!!!!


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 when he ran across me alone after midnight in a coffeehouse that was
 already almost deserted.  'No I don't,' I said."
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Date: Wed, 07 Apr 1999 09:47:11 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: New Album.

This was just posted on the Andrew Bird message board:

Hello All,

Sorry I haven't responded to the queries about the new album sooner 
.. but at last here's a bit more information for you: Andrew Bird's 
Bowl of Fire has finished recording their new album, entitled "Oh! 
The Grandeur!"  The songs were recorded in New Orleans at Magazine
STudios with producer Mike Napolitano at the helm. It will be out 
August 24, 1999.  Bowl of Fire members Kevin O'Donnell, Colin Bunn, 
and Josh Hirsh are all over the record, as well as special guests
James Mathus, Jack Fine, and Pat Sansone.

Quite frankly, the album is amazing.  We'll be putting up a complete
tracklist and some further information/sneak previews about the 
release on the ryko website in the very near future.  Song topics 
range from mental illness to vidalia onions.  Artwork is being 
created by the incredibly diginified artist Chris Ware (Acme comics).

Those who signed up for the mailing list on the ryko site will get 
updates, postcards, and a special offer or 2 from time to time. In 
the meantime, thanks to everyone who went out and saw their shows on 
this recent SE tour. I have a few "Thrills" posters laying around the 
office for the first 5 people to email me ...

Cheers,
Andrea T / ryko

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Date: Wed, 07 Apr 1999 13:39:24 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: SALSA.

The concert they played that at was the 4/3 Black Cat show in 
washington dc. Je & Stu were at the 4/2 Cat's Cradle show in 
Carroboro NC...but Kevin (drummer) told me that that band first had 
Jimbo, then Je & Stu. Since bowl of fire only has a trumpet player 
(Jack Fine) on thier cd's they didn't have brass in this version. It 
turns out that Jack Fine is a 70 year old New Orleans native trumpet 
player, that's why he doesn't tour with them (but kevin said that he 
has one nice muted solo on the new album). Both Andrew and Colin were 
singing in spanish (it was funny because colin was even yelling back 
at the lighting guy in spanish) and Andrew replaced the trumpet with 
violin. Colin seemed to be singing more than Andrew on that song.



>You can find the salsa song that BOWL OF FIRE covered at the Black 
>Cat show on www.amazon.com Search under the artist Ry Cooder, and 
>the name of the cd is "Buena Vista Social Club". The song they 
>played in the encore is #3 - "El Cuarto De Tula". When I was talking 
>to Kevin O'Donnell he told me that that song always gets big praise 
>when they play it at shows.



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the-landing-digest        Friday, April 9 1999        Volume 02 : Number 072



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  post                                  ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  Re: post                                               [ProfPlum97@aol.com]
  Re: post                                   ["Matty J." ]

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Date: Thu, 08 Apr 1999 06:16:18 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: post

Nobody post's on this list anymore.

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Date: Thu, 8 Apr 1999 16:00:14 EDT
From: ProfPlum97@aol.com
Subject: Re: post

Sure we do. why just last week I posted an obit and they rykodisc addy!
- -Gats

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Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 02:32:03 -0400
From: "Matty J." 
Subject: Re: post

Sure we do, we just are busy. I just have lots of work; I have finals 
next week... damn. Check out my radio show! www.bates.edu/wrbc   then go 
to the archives. Then find Thursday from 5-8am. That's me! I know jess 
has already listened... so if you doubt that it's any good, ask her.... 
there's my response.

Matty J.


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the-landing-digest      Saturday, April 10 1999      Volume 02 : Number 073



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  Ghost town...                                  [jbrandt ]
  Andrew Bird                                    [jbrandt ]
  RE: Ghost town...           ["Kunkel, Robert G" ]
  Re: Ghost town...                                      [Dragoon716@aol.com]
  Re: Andrew Bird                       ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  Re: Andrew Bird                                        [ProfPlum97@aol.com]
  the bowl of fire musical act and some gypsy stuff.  ["Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Ghost town...

You're right no one posts here anymore. I wonder where everyone is...Hmm, 
maybe they're gone like the swing craze...

What's the deal with this whole "coollist" thing? As I recall, everyone signed 
up to be on it and it never came...so Matt started Listbot...and that was cool 
but it had too much volume....so I set up this list because some folks (like 
me) wanted a digest...and I tried to make it a community and do cool stuff but 
I guess no one cares (*sniffle*)...

I'm serious, what's wrong with everyone? I tink SNZ is the greatest fucking 
band to come around in the last 5 years and i want to talk about them every 
day to everyone I know, and I figured that if we had a mailing list that 
people would talk about them, or SNZ-related things (cuz there are so MANY 
related things) but it seems that everyone is just too good to talk to us now. 
Kudos to Ryan, Ari, Matt F., Matt M. and everyone else that posts regularly. I 
guess you guys know what it's all about.

if there's someone who can shed some light on this whole thing, please tell me 
what's going on. If I am in a war, i'd like to know...

Jess

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Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 11:55:44 -0400
From: jbrandt 
Subject: Andrew Bird

In the spirit of posting more, I am going to post all about the Andrew Bird 
show I saw last friday.

Cat's Cradle, Chapel Hill NC, 4/2/99

We got there right on the dot at 10:30, which is when they told us the show 
would start, and sho 'nuff it they were already playing. ("they" being a band 
called "The Sideways Jazz band" or sideways somethingorother. I don't know. I 
am not allowed to drink at the Cradle, so beforehand i drank enough Schlitz's 
to make anyone forgetful.)

Imagine my excitement when i looked up and saw Jim sitting on this box on 
stage, just jammin' along with the band. They were really cool-- They had a 
young keyboardist who looked pleased as punch to be playing the piano. The 
trumpet player was also very young (Look ryan! a new career!) and he was 
really good. he played a shiny-as-hell silver horn and held a hankie..didn't 
louis always hold a hankie? he also sang. Then there was a bass player and a 
cool drummer and a REALLY great trombonist named David Wright. They played all 
sorts of fun jazzy stuff..sort of like "play it again Sam" sort of stuff, if 
ya follow me.
OH! and Kat made a special appearance....she sang one song. I can't remember 
the name...someting about heartache...she stayed to watch the rest of the 
performance then took off.

Next up was The Countdown Quartet, which featured Wright on Trombone again and 
vocals, a different bass player, the same drummer, and Jim on guitar again. 
Jim had some SMOKIN' solos. Oh yeah, also Mr. Cecil Johnson on tenor and 
soprano sax. Sometimes, I swear to God, he played them BOTH at the same time. 
I think he told me that he got that trick from the guy in the Dirty 
Dozen...Roger. Anyway, this tall goofy-looking white guy, Wright, steps up to 
the mic, and he belts out songs as if he were Louis. I swear to god! it was 
weird to hear-- deep and growly, yet soothing. In between he just killed his 
trombone. he has some monster chops to play for an hour and a half without 
losing face.

During that band I grabbed Andrew Bird and talked to him. I use the old line 
"I came all the way from cleveland" wich got me really far with everyone in 
NC. Anyway, i tell him how much his band kicks ass and yadda yadda...He looked 
funny, like a junior partner in an accountancy firm...grey suit and green 
tie....but he was a little dispondant and was nice for like 2 mins then after 
i finished my sentence he ran away like there was a 3 headed monster coming 
behind me. Let me tell you, tho. That man is HOT. *rowl* and for what I can 
tell, he is not married (no ring) and didn't have any girlies with him. no 
groupies, even!

So the show was as good as i expected. Someone on here said before that e 
doesn't make eye contact with the crowd. true. but damn, he's so entertaining. 
Every so often he'd actually SMILE. and he plays that fiddle like a ukelele 
sometimes which is cool. The rest of the band is really cool too THEY look 
like they're having a good time on stage.

he played mostly new songs...maybe 3 from Thrills. Before "Depression 
Passillo" he said "it's been a hard tour..." then some guy said "how hard?" 
and he said "the only thing worse than a bitter musician is a self-pitying one 
[ which made him smile]...so it's time for 'Depression'". Another funny ting 
he said was before "Pathetique"...."this is the song that made USA Today say 
we're the country's biggest party band"....that is funny when ya think of how 
"Pathetique" sounds :) One more thing is that before one of the songs he said 
"i'd like to apologize to my drummer....we like to rough-house before the show 
to get psyched up, and this time i went too far...so now he has a hole in his 
chin..." :) The drummer forgave him. hehehe

They played for about uhm...oh, i have no clue. they DID come out for an 
encore. the handfull of people that were there brought him back out again. 
seriously, there were like 20 of us :( Guess there's not much of a market for 
fiddle music! he played that salsa song that Ryan wrote about. i was in AWE. 
it was incredible. the guitar player also sang in Spanish with him. way cool.

Oh, Jim and Kat came back during Andrew's set. They were soooo cute. they held 
hands and slowdanced...the whole bit. and no one came up to them for 
autographs except one or two people. i stopped jim before Andrew's set and 
asked him some things about photos i gave him, but i didn't bother him for a 
signature.

So tere you have it. If Andrew is coming to your town, GO!!! it's the closest 
thing to a Zipper event you'll have for a while :) Can't wait for the new 
album. there's going to be such a wide array of stuff.

Oh, and i got the coolest poster, for free "cuz i came all the way here from 
cleveland"...it's like, hand-painted or a lithograph or something. Plus, free 
stickers cuz the guy working the booth was a little slow :P

Now why don't we all reply to this post, or make up our own?

Jess

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Date: Fri, 09 Apr 1999 11:56:52 -0400
From: "Kunkel, Robert G" 
Subject: RE: Ghost town...

I think it goes without saying that, as with any music mailing list, when
the band isn't touring, list traffic invariably declines, particularly on
small lists such as this one.  Also, I'm sure that since not everyone came
over to this list, that certain regular contributors may have been the ones
to stay behind.

- -Rob


PS  I doubt if insulting the rest of us quiet ones is going to encourage
many of us to post more often...

...although it did work on me...  ;)

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	jbrandt [SMTP:jbrandt@kent.edu]
> Sent:	Friday, April 09, 1999 11:16 AM
> To:	the-landing@smoe.org
> Subject:	Ghost town...
> 
> You're right no one posts here anymore. I wonder where everyone is...Hmm, 
> maybe they're gone like the swing craze...
> 
> What's the deal with this whole "coollist" thing? As I recall, everyone
> signed 
> up to be on it and it never came...so Matt started Listbot...and that was
> cool 
> but it had too much volume....so I set up this list because some folks
> (like 
> me) wanted a digest...and I tried to make it a community and do cool stuff
> but 
> I guess no one cares (*sniffle*)...
> 
> I'm serious, what's wrong with everyone? I tink SNZ is the greatest
> fucking 
> band to come around in the last 5 years and i want to talk about them
> every 
> day to everyone I know, and I figured that if we had a mailing list that 
> people would talk about them, or SNZ-related things (cuz there are so MANY
> 
> related things) but it seems that everyone is just too good to talk to us
> now. 
> Kudos to Ryan, Ari, Matt F., Matt M. and everyone else that posts
> regularly. I 
> guess you guys know what it's all about.
> 
> if there's someone who can shed some light on this whole thing, please
> tell me 
> what's going on. If I am in a war, i'd like to know...
> 
> Jess
> 
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Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 12:57:29 EDT
From: Dragoon716@aol.com
Subject: Re: Ghost town...

Well I'd like to start off by saying why I'm on this list.  I'm here mostly 
to overhear discussion and get involved if something piques my interest.  I 
don't usually read up on SNZ that often, so this list is my source of SNZ 
related news and stuff.  I post stuff when I have something to say, which is 
not often.  I don't feel that the people on the list are too good to talk 
about SNZ, but more like they don't really have anything to say about them at 
the time.  At least that's how I feel.  Anyway, I had something to say, so I 
said it, and I'll keep quiet 'till I have something else to say.

 - Drags - 

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Date: Fri, 09 Apr 1999 13:41:40 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: Andrew Bird

At the show I was at (4/3 washington dc) after the show Andrew was 
back behind the booth selling posters himself. There was hardly any 
people there and when I went up to talk to him, he seemed a little 
distant. I also got a Bowl of Fire poster and when I asked for some 
stickers, andrew gave me about five. Now I have a PF cd with all the 
zippers autographs and a Thrills cd with all BOF autographs. It's 
hard to see anyone "slow" dancing to one of BOF's songs. It's not 
certain yet, but one of the pictures I took at the Black Cat show 
might be in the new Bowl Of Fire cd. She (woman at rykodisc) is 
sending them to the band for approval.   




>From: jbrandt 
>Reply-To: the-landing@smoe.org
>To: the-landing@smoe.org
>Subject: Andrew Bird
>Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 11:55:44 -0400
>
>In the spirit of posting more, I am going to post all about the 
Andrew Bird 
>show I saw last friday.
>
>Cat's Cradle, Chapel Hill NC, 4/2/99
>
>We got there right on the dot at 10:30, which is when they told us 
the show 
>would start, and sho 'nuff it they were already playing. ("they" 
being a band 
>called "The Sideways Jazz band" or sideways somethingorother. I 
don't know. I 
>am not allowed to drink at the Cradle, so beforehand i drank enough 
Schlitz's 
>to make anyone forgetful.)
>
>Imagine my excitement when i looked up and saw Jim sitting on this 
box on 
>stage, just jammin' along with the band. They were really cool-- 
They had a 
>young keyboardist who looked pleased as punch to be playing the 
piano. The 
>trumpet player was also very young (Look ryan! a new career!) and he 
was 
>really good. he played a shiny-as-hell silver horn and held a 
hankie..didn't 
>louis always hold a hankie? he also sang. Then there was a bass 
player and a 
>cool drummer and a REALLY great trombonist named David Wright. They 
played all 
>sorts of fun jazzy stuff..sort of like "play it again Sam" sort of 
stuff, if 
>ya follow me.
>OH! and Kat made a special appearance....she sang one song. I can't 
remember 
>the name...someting about heartache...she stayed to watch the rest 
of the 
>performance then took off.
>
>Next up was The Countdown Quartet, which featured Wright on Trombone 
again and 
>vocals, a different bass player, the same drummer, and Jim on guitar 
again. 
>Jim had some SMOKIN' solos. Oh yeah, also Mr. Cecil Johnson on tenor 
and 
>soprano sax. Sometimes, I swear to God, he played them BOTH at the 
same time. 
>I think he told me that he got that trick from the guy in the Dirty 
>Dozen...Roger. Anyway, this tall goofy-looking white guy, Wright, 
steps up to 
>the mic, and he belts out songs as if he were Louis. I swear to god! 
it was 
>weird to hear-- deep and growly, yet soothing. In between he just 
killed his 
>trombone. he has some monster chops to play for an hour and a half 
without 
>losing face.
>
>During that band I grabbed Andrew Bird and talked to him. I use the 
old line 
>"I came all the way from cleveland" wich got me really far with 
everyone in 
>NC. Anyway, i tell him how much his band kicks ass and yadda 
yadda...He looked 
>funny, like a junior partner in an accountancy firm...grey suit and 
green 
>tie....but he was a little dispondant and was nice for like 2 mins 
then after 
>i finished my sentence he ran away like there was a 3 headed monster 
coming 
>behind me. Let me tell you, tho. That man is HOT. *rowl* and for 
what I can 
>tell, he is not married (no ring) and didn't have any girlies with 
him. no 
>groupies, even!
>
>So the show was as good as i expected. Someone on here said before 
that e 
>doesn't make eye contact with the crowd. true. but damn, he's so 
entertaining. 
>Every so often he'd actually SMILE. and he plays that fiddle like a 
ukelele 
>sometimes which is cool. The rest of the band is really cool too 
THEY look 
>like they're having a good time on stage.
>
>he played mostly new songs...maybe 3 from Thrills. Before 
"Depression 
>Passillo" he said "it's been a hard tour..." then some guy said "how 
hard?" 
>and he said "the only thing worse than a bitter musician is a self-
pitying one 
>[ which made him smile]...so it's time for 'Depression'". Another 
funny ting 
>he said was before "Pathetique"...."this is the song that made USA 
Today say 
>we're the country's biggest party band"....that is funny when ya 
think of how 
>"Pathetique" sounds :) One more thing is that before one of the 
songs he said 
>"i'd like to apologize to my drummer....we like to rough-house 
before the show 
>to get psyched up, and this time i went too far...so now he has a 
hole in his 
>chin..." :) The drummer forgave him. hehehe
>
>They played for about uhm...oh, i have no clue. they DID come out 
for an 
>encore. the handfull of people that were there brought him back out 
again. 
>seriously, there were like 20 of us :( Guess there's not much of a 
market for 
>fiddle music! he played that salsa song that Ryan wrote about. i was 
in AWE. 
>it was incredible. the guitar player also sang in Spanish with him. 
way cool.
>
>Oh, Jim and Kat came back during Andrew's set. They were soooo cute. 
they held 
>hands and slowdanced...the whole bit. and no one came up to them for 
>autographs except one or two people. i stopped jim before Andrew's 
set and 
>asked him some things about photos i gave him, but i didn't bother 
him for a 
>signature.
>
>So tere you have it. If Andrew is coming to your town, GO!!! it's 
the closest 
>thing to a Zipper event you'll have for a while :) Can't wait for 
the new 
>album. there's going to be such a wide array of stuff.
>
>Oh, and i got the coolest poster, for free "cuz i came all the way 
here from 
>cleveland"...it's like, hand-painted or a lithograph or something. 
Plus, free 
>stickers cuz the guy working the booth was a little slow :P
>
>Now why don't we all reply to this post, or make up our own?
>
>Jess
>
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Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 22:07:37 EDT
From: ProfPlum97@aol.com
Subject: Re: Andrew Bird

You know, every time I read PF I think you guys mean Pink Floyd.  I mean, I 
KNOW you mean Perennial Favorites.  I'm just wired wierd.  I've Known Pink 
Floyd longer, I guess.
- -Gats

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Date: Fri, 09 Apr 1999 19:22:13 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: the bowl of fire musical act and some gypsy stuff.

To here some really good gypsy violin go to www.cdnow.com and find the
artist Zoltan & His Gypsy Ensamble and the album "Gypsy music from 
hungary & Romania". The song "Romanian Song And Dance" sounds alot 
like Andrew Bird. Also, check out Jack Teagarden & his Orchestra.

If there are any trumpet players on this list, what do you think of 
the Bach Stad???? I went in to play one today, and as alway's...used 
"Jungle Boogie". Oh yeah, in the PF cdrom during the Backstage 
part...didn't they show stacy guess warming up once. I hope the next 
album has a cdrom.

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