the-landing-digest        Sunday, May 23 1999        Volume 02 : Number 116



                               Today's Subjects:
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  Re: country star, kat's Jazz            [Jessica Brandt ]
  Re: country star                    [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Re: country star                    [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Re: country star, kat's Jazz          ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  KW's Jazz Squad on NPR mini-report (was Re: country star, kat's Jazz)  [Br]
  Katharine Whalen's Jazz Squad                          [ZippoClown@aol.com]
  What's a 7"?                        [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Re: What's a 7"?                           ["Matty J." ]
  Re: What's a 7"?                    [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Hot and PF in standard CD jewel case!  [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destruct]
  Perennial Faves promo cover -- scan?  [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo]
  Re: country star, kat's Jazz        [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Re: country star, kat's Jazz          ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 04:34:36 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: Re: country star, kat's Jazz

>A gym teacher at my school is named Jessica Brandt.

OoOoooo freaky. tell her i said hi :)

>Does anybody know when Kat's jazz squad will be on that radio show???? I 
>hope I didn't miss it (my mom just had twins today).

Congrats to your mom. What kind of twins (identical or the other one?)
What'r their names, etc....

Kat's Jazz squad will be on today's "Whad'ya know?" show on NPR. Check out
www.whatdoyouknow.com for listings. i hope everyone hears it! i am waking
up EARLY to get it, myself. (it's on from 11-1 PM here in cleveland)

Jess

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 12:05:24 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: country star

On Fri, 21 May 1999 16:01:09 PDT, you wrote:

>A gym teacher at my school is named Jessica Brandt.
>
>Does anybody know when Kat's jazz squad will be on that radio show???? I 
>hope I didn't miss it (my mom just had twins today).

You probably did, by the time I send this. Check
http://www.notmuch.com and see what time your local NPR station will
air / aired it. Most played it last night, but mine is this afternoon.

I plan to tape it -- I can always make copies and send them out (for a
small fee -- the medium and PSH).

- -Peter Destructo
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"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 12:07:57 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: country star

Whoa! I forgot what day it is. Sorry to confuse you :)

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 06:39:46 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: country star, kat's Jazz

I am so glad that Kat's album is coming out soon. Its been so long since 
i've seen a new SNZ cd (or in this case, SNZ related cd). And then i've got 
those two Jazz Squad shows to see soon too. Does anybody know if Je is the 
Jazz Squad trumpeter???? (Ken and Tom interview coming soon!)

>Congrats to your mom. What kind of twins (identical or the other >one?) 
>What'r their names, etc....

They are identical, and their names are Joshua and Kyle.






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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 11:55:29 -0500
From: Bryan Stover 
Subject: KW's Jazz Squad on NPR mini-report (was Re: country star, kat's Jazz)

Friends,

At 06:39 AM 5/22/99 -0700, Ryan Sargent wrote:
>I am so glad that Kat's album is coming out soon. Its been so long 
>since i've seen a new SNZ cd (or in this case, SNZ related cd). And 
>then i've got those two Jazz Squad shows to see soon too. Does anybody 
>know if Je is the Jazz Squad trumpeter????


I just heard KW's Jazz Squad perform two tunes on NPR's "Michael 
Feldman's Whad'Ya Know." She and the band sounded great! Maybe someone
else will recall the first song--the second was "Yesterdays" and it
was sultry! The audience was surprisingly enthusiastic; you could almost 
feel their affection and support through those little car speakers.

Jimbo and Stu Cole were the only other Zippers playing with her today.
The combo included a pianist, a saxophonist and a trombone player. Did I
miss anyone? I've got to admit, I did miss Ken and Tom's sax licks. The
Jazz Squad instrumental breaks definitely sounded different from the
Zippers, which I guess is intentional.

Katherine allowed as how the Jazz Squad plays more modern music than the
Zippers, (in this case, a '40's tune). Michael Feldman observed that much 
ado had been made about KW's singing like Buddy Holly. (It was good for a 
chuckle.) Kat said she'd "tried to stop," but that was just how she sings.

Can anyone add to this? More impressions, the identity of the first song,
or whether there were other players?

Cheers,   Bryan

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 13:46:36 EDT
From: ZippoClown@aol.com
Subject: Katharine Whalen's Jazz Squad

Hey, wondering what Katharine Whalen's Jazz Squad is gonne be like? Wanna 
hear some of it before u buy it? Go to http://snz.cjb.net/ , read my review 
and listen to the audio clips!

~Zippo

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 22:33:19 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: What's a 7"?

I've seen this term around the internet regarding music media, and I
have no idea what it means.

Thanks
PD

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 20:05:42 -0400
From: "Matty J." 
Subject: Re: What's a 7"?

A vinyl record.

Matt

>I've seen this term around the internet regarding music media, and I
>have no idea what it means.
>
>Thanks
>PD
>

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 00:18:58 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: What's a 7"?

On Sat, 22 May 1999 20:05:42 -0400, you wrote:

>A vinyl record.

Oh -- that's what I thought. Thanks. :)

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 00:22:58 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Hot and PF in standard CD jewel case!

A few mo.s ago (I just remembered!), I was visiting Barnes and Noble
and noticed that Perennial Favorites was on the cheap shelf as well as
the "top 40" shelf and the standard CD shelf (all with different
prices, mind you). The one on the bargain case seemed a little
strange, so I looked closer. Strangely, it was in a normal jewel case!
I didn't buy it, so I didn't see how the innards were preserved. It
was only $6. I also saw Hot over there. What's up with this? I haven't
seen these discs anywhere else since.

BTW, This makes four versions for Hot: promotional, standard (out of
print), ECD custom case, and ECD jewel case (yes, the Macromedia logo
was present).

- -Peter Destructo
http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 00:24:21 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Perennial Faves promo cover -- scan?

I was chatting on AOL IMer with someone from the Listbot list a while
back, and it came up that PF's promo version had a different cover
with one big flower. Does anyone have a scan of it? Did any other disc
come out in two covers?

- -Peter Destructo
http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 01:34:52 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: country star, kat's Jazz

On Sat, 22 May 1999 06:39:46 PDT, you wrote:
>I am so glad that Kat's album is coming out soon. Its been so long since 
>i've seen a new SNZ cd (or in this case, SNZ related cd).

What about Kevin O'Donnel's Q6?

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 21:27:50 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: country star, kat's Jazz

>What about Kevin O'Donnel's Q6?

That is a GREAT album!!!! Although, I thought of it as a second Bowl Of Fire 
cd (since its members are Bowl Of Fire plus two horns). Does anybody else 
already have the Heretic Blues cd too???? If so, what do you think of "Girl 
From New York City"???? I only got to listen to half of "Yesterday" from the 
Jazz Squad radio broadcast, but it comes on again tommorow at 1:oo on my NPR 
so i'll get to hear the whole thing. Did they ask Kat any questions???? The 
part I did hear was really good, Kat and the band really sounded together.

For anybody who has the NPR interview with Andrew Bird, what was he like 
personality wise???? When I met him in person he seemed kind of distant, and 
i've heard other people say that too. Maybe its the oatmeal...




the-landing-digest        Monday, May 24 1999        Volume 02 : Number 117



                               Today's Subjects:
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  AAAAHHHH! ...anybody tape it?       [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  You heard it here first!            [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Release dates?                      [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  interesting URL...                  [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Oh, the Grandeur !                    ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  Re: AAAAHHHH! ...anybody tape it?                        [Woimboid@aol.com]
  Trivia question.                      ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  TV May 24-30                            [Jessica Brandt ]

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 13:29:35 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: AAAAHHHH! ...anybody tape it?

I'll send anyone who taped the Jazz Squad broadcast a few bucks for a
tape and shipping...

- --Peter Destructo
official idiot of the-landing@smoe.org

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 14:27:44 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: You heard it here first!

http://www.snzippers.com has been updated!

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 14:41:33 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Release dates?

I'm trying to assemble a complete discography. (Not telling the URL
just yet -- wait until I set up all the 'buy' links, the tracker and
the guestbook.) Does anyone have a list or know where I can find out
the exact release dates of all the Zippers' CDs?

- -Peter Destructo
http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 15:43:10 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: interesting URL...

The Album Advisor for Kate Whalen. Interesting, because the CD doesn't
even come OUT until Tuesday.

http://www.cdnow.com/cgi-bin/mserver/pagename=/RP/CDN/FIND/discography.html/ArtistID=WHALEN*KATHARINE/select=album_advisor

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 09:49:48 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Oh, the Grandeur !

ANDREW BIRD'S BOWL OF FIRE - Oh, the Grandeur !
Release Date, August 24, 1999!

In late January and early February, Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire (Andrew Bird: 
violin, vocals / Kevin O'Donnell: drums / Josh Hirsch: bass / Colin Bunn: 
guitar)recorded the follow up to "Thrills" at Magazine Sound Studios in 
lusty New Orleans . Special guests on the album include James Mathus: 
guitar/banjo/trombone/mandolin, Pat Sansone: piano, and Jack Fine: Trumpet.

The songs were recorded with an RCA77 and a RCA44 while most were recorded 
live with one RCA44. Occasional overdubs were performed following the live 
takes.

Here's a tracklist:

Oh, the Grandeur !
1. Candy Shop
2. Tea and Thorazine
3. Wishing for Contentment
4. Wait
5. The Idiotís Genius
6. Vidalia
7. Beware
8. Dora goes to Town
9. Feetlips
10. And so Ö
11. Coney Island Shuffle
12. Respiration
13. (Whatís Your) Angle?
14. The Confession
15. Beware Reprise

Tour Dates

June 5 - Chicago, IL Belmont Sheffield Music Festival
June 17 - Grand Rapids, MI Subculture (w/ the Handsome Family)
June 18 - Toledo, OH Citi Lounge (w/ the Handsome Family & Big Dave + the 
Ultra Sounds)
June 19 - Cleveland, OH Grog Shop (w/ the Handsome Family)
June 20 - Buffalo, NY The Mohawk Club (w/ the Handsome Family)
June 22 - Philadelphia, PA 5 Spot (w/ the Handsome Family)
June 25 - New York Fez (w/ the Handsome Family)
July 3 - Madison, WI Bowl of Fire performs just before the fireworks go off!
July 11 - Chicago, IL Rock around the Block street fair
July 24 - Chicago, IL Empty Bottle
July 25 - Joliet, IL Empress Casino (!!)
August 24 - Milwaukee, WI Marcus Center for Performing Arts w/ the Mighty 
Blue Kings


The record release party will be at the Old Town School of Folk Music in 
Chicago on September 11.


COME SEE THE SHOW!

Go here http://www.rykodisc.com/RykoInternal/Features/342/default.htm for 
the official BOWL OF FIRE page, on the new album page there are some wierd 
pictures of the band.









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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 21:22:07 EDT
From: Woimboid@aol.com
Subject: Re: AAAAHHHH! ...anybody tape it?

Yeah if anyone has a tape I will surely send money to get a copy from them.
Thanks,
David

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 20:36:48 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Trivia question.

Ken put up the first weekly trivia question on the official page. The 
question is, What Was The First City West of the Mississippi to Host a 
Squirrel Nut Zipper Concert? (hint: it was an annual event!! ) I can't think 
of it off the top of my head...but I know i've saw it somewhere before.

I forgot to mention, this past Friday was Thomas "Fats" Waller's birthday. 
He would have been 95 years old.

So Jess, what day are you doing that interview????









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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 03:46:34 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: TV May 24-30

hey all! Things are lookin' up for the kid (dat's me). I think the release
of Star Wars has put my life in an upswing. The force is with me.

but enuff of me. Here's the tv listings. The Wynton Marsalis thing on Bravo
sounds AWESOME. Too bad the kid doesn't have bravo. ah well.

Remember, all times eastern, ***** is "pick to click", and check
www.rockontv.com or ask Ryan (who posted some dates) for help ;)


MONDAY MAY 24
11:35 on CBS (letterman) Musical guest, Harry Connick Jr.

TUESDAY MAY 25
12 pm on SUNDANCE (swingers) swingers
3:30 am on SUNDANCE (swingers)

WEDNESDAY MAY 26
8 am on TRAVEL (travels w/mom) Louisiana Cajun spice *****
9 am on PBS (check listings)(mr. Rogers) Wynton marsalis performs

THURSDAY MAY 27
6:30 am on BRAVO (national arts) Pat Metheney, the Kronos Quartet
12 am on BRAVO (marsalis on music) Wynton marsalis, sousa to Satchmo *****
1:30 am on VH1 (legends) Johnny Cash

FRIDAY MAY 28
1:30 am on FOOD (Bill Boggs Corner Table) Quincy Jones

SATURDAY MAY 29
6 pm on BRAVO (marsalis on music) Wynton Marsalis, Sousa to Satchmo *****
11 pm on PBS (check listings)(sessions @ w.54) Kronos Quartet

SUNDAY MAY 29
9:30 am on SUNDANCE (swingers) Swingers
12 pm on BRAVO (marsalis on music) wynton marsalis, Sousa to Satchmo*****
5 pm on LIFETIME (sinatra) movie about sinatra's life
5:25 on SUNDANCE (swingers) Swingers


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the-landing-digest        Tuesday, May 25 1999        Volume 02 : Number 118



                               Today's Subjects:
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  sue the bastards                        [Jessica Brandt ]
  Re: PF advance cover                                     [ClayWalk@aol.com]
  I'm a winner!                            ["Chris Etzel" ]
  Re: PF advance cover                       ["Matty J." ]
  ATTN: Matt... sorry, rest of list   [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Re: Trivia question.              [bob pigeon ]

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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 04:44:18 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: sue the bastards

Well if you haven't been to www.snzippers.com lately, go there now!

write a nice (not nasty) email to the Southern Style Nuts people
(customerservice@southernstylenuts.com) and tell them just what you think
about all this nonsense.

I caught Kat's performance on that "What Do you Know?" show. the show was
pretty cool. I almost missed it, but thanks to a registered letter (to me)
from the Akron OH courts system and the subsequent freaking-out of my
mother, I was waken up just in time.

It was really odd to hear Kat sing those "new-style" jazz songs. they're 60
years old, yet they sound like a style of jazz i've never heard before.
hehe. I guess i'm in an Hot Jazz haze. 

I taped it too. but it's only 15 mins long or so. i'm sure someone here
will send y'all a copy. don't forget to buy the album tuesday! yay!

About the interview: Hmmmm.....well we should be doing it this week. I
didn't hear from ken all last week, so i called him up, and talked to Beth.
hpefully she gave him the message that I am pathetic and need to talk to him.

there's a 99% chance i'm going to Hillsborough for the Jim/Kat/Sideways
Alley/Hobex big phat Barn Dance and Chapel Hill for Kat's opening night
with the Dirty Dozen. Excited? YES! More on that to-morrow.

Which means that if i interview tom and ken i must do it before friday cuz
i won't have a computer to send it to my co-editor for publication on the
1st. we could hold off until the 2nd when i get back. Who knows. But i've
got the sweetest prize imagineable to coincide with the interview...so tell
your friends.

oooh! Andrew Bird is coming to cleveland! happy day! Maybe i'll go to
Toledo too....ROCK....

Allright. My computer crashed today and it was fixing itself for over 24
hours. But now we're all right, and i got all my stuff done for today. It's
4:42 am. I just saw Star Wars again. Not a match to my friend Pedro who has
seen it 8 times. but eh.

See what happens when i am away for 24 hours? i ramble. Goodnight.

Jess
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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 12:28:52 EDT
From: ClayWalk@aol.com
Subject: Re: PF advance cover

In a message dated 5/23/99 4:06:38 AM, owner-the-landing-digest@smoe.org 
writes:

<< I was chatting on AOL IMer with someone from the Listbot list a while
back, and it came up that PF's promo version had a different cover
with one big flower. Does anyone have a scan of it? Did any other disc
come out in two covers? >>

The original Perennial Favorites advance had a violet & yellow flower on it 
in the center.  My fiance, who is a gardner, has pointed out to me that these 
are actually "annuals" and not perennials.  Ooops.

clay

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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 13:39:39 +0000
From: "Chris Etzel" 
Subject: I'm a winner!

Hi group! Was outa town this weekend on business, and checking my mail upon
my return, I found Katahrine's Jazz Squad CD! Seems I was a winner of the
Mammoth daily prize giveaway. Yippee!! I'm listenting to it now and all I
gotta say is it's the bee's knees! I'm particularly happy she's done a cover
of "sugar".

Chris

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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 14:53:06 -0400
From: "Matty J." 
Subject: Re: PF advance cover

>I was chatting on AOL IMer with someone from the Listbot list a while
>back, and it came up that PF's promo version had a different cover
>with one big flower. Does anyone have a scan of it? Did any other disc
>come out in two covers?

I have it. I could scan it today.

Matt

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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 21:32:10 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: ATTN: Matt... sorry, rest of list

Matt's mail server apparently doesn't like me. So, Matt...

What's up with your Hotline server? It never seems to be online. 

- -Peter Destructo
http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 22:14:15 -0700
From: bob pigeon 
Subject: Re: Trivia question.

>So Jess, what day are you doing that interview????

speaking of, i have a question:

WHO IS SHORTY BROWN?

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"There's ways of livin'
 It's the way I'm livin'
 Right or wrong
 It's all that I can do...
 If I could settle down
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the-landing-digest       Wednesday, May 26 1999       Volume 02 : Number 119



                               Today's Subjects:
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  re: interview                           [Jessica Brandt ]
  interview snippet                       [Jessica Brandt ]
  Re: the-landing-digest V2 #118                          [ElinaMalk@aol.com]
  Jazz Squad CD purchase qualifies for Dust Bros. remix  [Bryan Stover ]
  Re: interview                       [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Re: the-landing-digest V2 #118      [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  KAT'S CD.                             ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  Re: KAT'S CD.                          ["Tyler Adams" ]
  Re: KAT'S CD.                         ["Ryan Sargent" ]
  Re: KAT'S CD.                         ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 04:35:05 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: re: interview

Bob Pigeon asked:

>>So Jess, what day are you doing that interview????
>speaking of, i have a question:
>WHO IS SHORTY BROWN?

Hmm...good question, but too late. I just got off the phone with Ken and
the interview was super. I didn't get to talk to Tom, but we decided to
wait till the album comes out, in August. 

The interview went really well. we talked for about an hour and a half (oh
ken's dime. bless him!) and I'm typing out about 90% of it (except some of
the hush-hush stuff about the lawsuit) so you can read it when the new
Shrubbery goes up!

As for your question, Bob, I suggest posting that to the guestbook on
www.snzippers.com

I lookd up "Shorty Brown" on altavista, and I came up with lots of links to
Gulf Coast Mustang clubs. Jim owns a mustang (car)....maybe he bought it
from Mr. Brown and wanted to use his name to copyright his music :)

Jess
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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 07:20:55 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: interview snippet

Hey....this interview is way too long, so i'm cutting it down. a lot. Don't
worry, i'll put the uncut version on The Landing website. BUT, there's even
more I can't put in there, but i thought you all would find this funny, so
here's a little story about Je:

KEN: The last tour we were on, I went on the bus and our tour manager was
yelling at Je. Something had to be wrong, because no one yells at Je. He's
like "Je, you can't expect me to hold on to all this peanut butter." 
 "well, I just want to take it home' cuz I can
stockpile it and keep eatin' it."
When we're on the bus, there's no room at all. He has a whole drawer and
we'd been to 14 shows, and there's 14 jars of peanut butter in this drawer,
and our tour manager's shit is all over the floor. 
He was like "Je, how much are these jars of peanut butter worth?" 
"thirty bucks?"
 "I'll give you thirty bucks for the drawer." 
"that's not the point!" 
"it is the point! Throw it out!"
"I can't waste it!" 
"well I'll waste it, here's the $30!"
ME: I heard Je's the hippy of the group.
KEN: well I think I'm the hippy of thr group. Je's the spaceman. 

Well that's all. hope that image brought a smile to your faces!

Jess

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 08:48:17 EDT
From: ElinaMalk@aol.com
Subject: Re: the-landing-digest V2 #118

dear bob pigion,
PAVEMENT ROCKS!  I just bought crooked rain last week and it's great.  Keep 
the quotes comming.
- -elina

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 07:55:19 -0500
From: Bryan Stover 
Subject: Jazz Squad CD purchase qualifies for Dust Bros. remix

Friends,

Here's a repost of an article that failed to make it yesterday
(I sent it from the wrong address--Thanks, Jessica, for catching 
it). 

An update: the Jazz Squad CD can now be ordered at the Mammoth 
Records Web site at:

   http://www.mammoth.com/mammoth/artist_buy.html?id=kwhalen

Later y'all!

Cheers,   Bryan

      -+-


>Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 16:09:01 -0500
>To: the-landing@smoe.org
>From: Bryan Stover 
>Subject: Jazz Squad CD purchase qualifies for Dust Bros. remix
>
>Friends,
>
>This word from Kerry Fitzgerald at Mammoth Records, in an email 
>response to my query about the Dust Brothers "Suits" remix offer
>and KW's Jazz Squad CD availability:
>
>  "The Suits remix deal will be on for a little while.  You can get 
>   a copy with any Zippers-related purchase--Stacy Guess, Katharine, 
>   Jimbo included.  We still have a few boxes of them, so you should 
>   be fine for the next week or so.  Also, yes, the record will be 
>   available tomorrow morning bright and early (may even go up
>   tonight)."
>
>So orders for the Jazz Squad CD placed at the Mammoth Records Web site
>should have the "Suits Remix" CD thrown in for free. At least, that's how 
>it worked a few weeks ago when I ordered Jimbo's Knock-Down Society CD
>from them. They even shipped *the same day* as my Web order. Not bad!
>
>Cheers,   Bryan
>
>      -+-

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 12:32:45 +0000
From: "SHAUN SMAKAL" 
Subject: interview

From:             "SHAUN SMAKAL" 
How about asking them about their roll in Immortal--maybe get some
info from 'em.  

May that damn Texas nut company burn in Hell,
smakal

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 20:59:48 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: interview

On Tue, 25 May 1999 04:35:05 -0500, you wrote:

>I'm typing out about 90% of it (except some of
>the hush-hush stuff about the lawsuit)

WHAT?!?!?!

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 21:01:20 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: the-landing-digest V2 #118

On Tue, 25 May 1999 08:48:17 EDT, you wrote:
>PAVEMENT ROCKS!

Space! Ghost! Livin' the high life!

- -Peter Destructo
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Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 14:35:40 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: KAT'S CD.

I got my copy of Jazz Squad today. I just got home so I haven't had time to 
listen to it yet, although the pictures inside are really good. You don't 
have to order it, I called my local boarders yesterday and they said they 
have had them in for a while, but just couldn't sell them. When I went there 
today I only saw about 4 copies. I don't know if thats good or bad because I 
didn't see how many were put out. All of the Dirty Dozen's BUCK JUMP were 
gone. Has anybody heard the Lincon Center Jazz Orchestra's tribute cd for 
Duke Ellington???? It's really good! that band really does duke some 
justice. For anybody who has never heard duke before, I don't know what your 
waiting for. Duke has some of the most powerful and motivational music ever. 
Some of my favorite songs are: Black and Tan Fantasy, C jam Blues, Mood 
Indigo, Happy go lucky, East St. Louis Toodle-oo, Caravan, etc....














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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 18:53:25 -0700
From: "Tyler Adams" 
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

How much was Borders selling the jazz squad CDs for?  I'm really cheap and
always shop around for my CD's.  Borders had the best price when PF came out
last August.  Anybody fins the CD at any other chain stores?

T

- ----- Original Message -----
From: Ryan Sargent 
To: 
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 1999 2:35 late
Subject: KAT'S CD.


> I got my copy of Jazz Squad today. I just got home so I haven't had time
to
> listen to it yet, although the pictures inside are really good. You don't
> have to order it, I called my local boarders yesterday and they said they
> have had them in for a while, but just couldn't sell them. When I went
there
> today I only saw about 4 copies. I don't know if thats good or bad because
I
> didn't see how many were put out. All of the Dirty Dozen's BUCK JUMP were
> gone. Has anybody heard the Lincon Center Jazz Orchestra's tribute cd for
> Duke Ellington???? It's really good! that band really does duke some
> justice. For anybody who has never heard duke before, I don't know what
your
> waiting for. Duke has some of the most powerful and motivational music
ever.
> Some of my favorite songs are: Black and Tan Fantasy, C jam Blues, Mood
> Indigo, Happy go lucky, East St. Louis Toodle-oo, Caravan, etc....
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 19:16:23 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

>How much was Borders selling the jazz squad CDs for?

They cost about $16. Katharine's voive on that cd is soothing to the soul.


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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 19:16:31 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

>How much was Borders selling the jazz squad CDs for?

They cost about $16. Katharine's voive on that cd is soothing to the soul.





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the-landing-digest       Thursday, May 27 1999       Volume 02 : Number 120



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  Re: KAT'S CD.                       [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Kat's CD                                [Jessica Brandt ]
  Bird shows                              [Dawn Carr ]
  Words from Ken                          [Jessica Brandt ]
  Re: KAT'S CD.                          ["Tyler Adams" ]
  Re: KAT'S CD.                         ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 09:56:50 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

On Tue, 25 May 1999 18:53:25 -0700, you wrote:

>How much was Borders selling the jazz squad CDs for?  I'm really cheap and
>always shop around for my CD's.  Borders had the best price when PF came out
>last August.  Anybody fins the CD at any other chain stores?

Probably the best price is from Mammoth: 12+3=15, including the remix
CD. No tax unless in NC.

- -Peter Destructo
http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 06:00:44 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: Kat's CD

Emily and I got the CD yesterday at Best Buy, it was $14.99. What happened
to the days of $10 CDs?! argh!

Never go shopping with emily. she's a babe-magnet for guys who like
Felicity ;)

As for the CD itself....welp I listened to half of it and i really like it
so far! It's got a great small club feel to it, like she's singing right in
your ear. it seems like a good album to cuddle to (take note, guys)...now,
if the kid could only find someone to cuddle with...hehe

And if you're going to stop by the Shrubbery in June to read the Ken
inteview, well, look for Courtney's review of the CD as well!

Oh, my NC trip seems to be off...how do you like them apples?

Jess
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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 13:40:44 -0400
From: Dawn Carr 
Subject: Bird shows

I'm going to see Bowl of Fire in Chicago June 5th.
Presently listening to Kat's album on my computer while I work.
Ahhhhhhh....

=dc=

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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 20:36:51 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: Words from Ken

Ken said this today:

>we actually got
>southernstylenuts attention, and they seem to be bending.... can you beg
>everyone in every Zipper chat group to write a nice letter telling how
>much we all would like to support southern style, and how much candy we
>will buy again, and how happy we would be to get back to work.

You heard the man! write write!!

IF you are on any other SNZ mail lists, PLEASE email me right away. I will
post this to alt.music.SNZ and anything else i can think of, but i need
some other people to help me get this to the other email lists.

Jess
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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 18:47:48 -0700
From: "Tyler Adams" 
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

What remix CD?
Did I miss something?

T

- ----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Destructo! 
To: 
Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 1999 2:56 early
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.


> On Tue, 25 May 1999 18:53:25 -0700, you wrote:
>
> >How much was Borders selling the jazz squad CDs for?  I'm really cheap
and
> >always shop around for my CD's.  Borders had the best price when PF came
out
> >last August.  Anybody fins the CD at any other chain stores?
>
> Probably the best price is from Mammoth: 12+3=15, including the remix
> CD. No tax unless in NC.
>
> -Peter Destructo
> http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
> Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures
>
> "The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
> PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
> paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
> "The Producers"
>

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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 19:08:53 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

>What remix CD?
>Did I miss something?

It was a remix of 'Suits' done by the dust brothers. The Zippers had nothing 
to do with it, so it doesn't apeal to me at all. Besides, techno and remixes 
get on my nerves...damn drum tracks.













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the-landing-digest        Friday, May 28 1999        Volume 02 : Number 121



                               Today's Subjects:
                               -----------------
  post the southern style nuts e-mail   ["SHAUN SMAKAL" ]
  case o'nuts                             [Jessica Brandt ]
  Re: KAT'S CD.                       [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]
  Squirrel Nut Zippers: the music, the candy, the lawsuit  [kobyc@softhome.n]
  (fwd) case o'nuts                   [kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)]

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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 10:05:38 +0000
From: "SHAUN SMAKAL" 
Subject: post the southern style nuts e-mail 

post it please--for those of us who are too lazy to get it ourselves. 
Which doesn't include me ^_^     Really!  I mean it!

smakal

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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 15:43:21 EDT
From: Emaline555@aol.com
Subject: Re: Kat's disc

Jess wrote:

<< Emily and I got the CD yesterday at Best Buy, it was $14.99. What happened
 to the days of $10 CDs?! argh!
 
 Never go shopping with emily. she's a babe-magnet for guys who like
 Felicity ;) >>

Hey! I resent that!  If it wasn't for me, you would have actually had to pay 
$14.99 and not have the $3 discount i gave you.  And that guy was kinda cute 
anyway.  

I have been just jivin' to the CD.  It's really really enjoyable...yesterday 
i had to drive a lot, and i just left the CD on repeat....really relaxed, 
feel-good jazziness.  If you have the means, i highly recommend picking one 
up.  Jess and I were proud of Kat...she has her own little divider/label 
thing at Best Buy. That's status!

Good work, Kat.

Take it easy,
Emily  :)

Jess: Why no CH?

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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 16:10:24 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: SSN

Just in case you wanted to know, the Southern Style Nuts website is

http://www.southernstylenuts.com and their email is
customerservice@southernstylenuts.com

wow, a mouthful.

If you're feeling passionate about this, be like me and send emails to all
your friends, even if they don't like SNZ, and ask them to write to the
company too, for your sake.

Jess
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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 16:32:22 -0500
From: Jessica Brandt 
Subject: case o'nuts

If this SNZ lawsuit is dropped soon, I will buy a case of Nut Zippers to
hand out on this list.

Sounds sweet?

Everyone start writing! ARGH!!

Jess
(hoping to still be working then) :)
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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 21:55:34 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Re: KAT'S CD.

On Wed, 26 May 1999 19:08:53 PDT, you wrote:

>It was a remix of 'Suits' done by the dust brothers. The Zippers had nothing 
>to do with it, so it doesn't apeal to me at all. Besides, techno and remixes 
>get on my nerves...damn drum tracks.

How could they NOT have had anything to do with it? The vocals and
horn soli are totally different from the original.

- -Peter Destructo
http://members.xoom.com/pdestructo/sg - The Ghost Quasar
Space Ghost reviewed links, icons, fanfic, pictures

"The fuhrer was a good man, a kind man, and the fuhrer could dance the
PANTS off Churchill! He was a better PAINTER than Churchill! He could
paint an entire apartment, one afternoon, two coats!" -Franz Liebkind,
"The Producers"

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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 22:05:51 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: Squirrel Nut Zippers: the music, the candy, the lawsuit

Hello SSN. I am a devout Squirrel Nut Zippers -- the band -- fan. I
saw their video on MTV when it debuted a couple years ago and now own
almost every CD of theirs. The point is, if it weren't for your
anti-SNZ (the band) stance and pending lawsuit, I -- and potentially
thousands of others -- would be buying your candy.

It's not like calling a band Milky Way or Hershey Kiss; people become
interested in the CANDY when they hear of the BAND. You could probably
be making a LOT of money if you capitalized on this situation.
Consider the potentials: selling the candy at concerts or through mail
order. Or maybe by having promotions -- "One lucky 5-cent candy sends
you on an all-expense paid trip to see, and meet, the Zippers!"
"Collect the five different wrappers and mail them in for a $2 rebate
on any SNZ release!" And that would lead to greater awareness and good
press for Southern Style. You see, you have nothing to gain by this
lawsuit, and everything to lose.

I would be interested to hear your POV as well -- considering I hear
all my news on this suit from the band and fellow fans, maybe I'm
missing something.

In case you haven't seen it yet, see http://www.snzippers.com (which
is run by the saxophone player in the group).

- -Koby Chodosh (a.k.a. Peter Destructo)

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Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 22:07:04 GMT
From: kobyc@softhome.net (Peter Destructo!)
Subject: (fwd) case o'nuts

Case in point.

(This message sent to both SSN and The-Landing.)

- -Koby Chodosh/Peter Destructo
=====================================================================
On Thu, 27 May 1999 16:32:22 -0500, Jessica Brandt 
wrote:

If this SNZ lawsuit is dropped soon, I will buy a case of Nut Zippers
to
hand out on this list.

Sounds sweet?

Everyone start writing! ARGH!!

Jess
(hoping to still be working then) :)
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the-landing-digest       Saturday, May 29 1999       Volume 02 : Number 122



                               Today's Subjects:
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  BIG NEWS.                             ["Ryan Sargent" ]

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Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 11:59:53 PDT
From: "Ryan Sargent" 
Subject: BIG NEWS.

Ken updated the official page with a heading "LOOK FOR BIG NEWS ON TUESDAY". 
I wonder what it is....

He also said that Tom, Chris, and him are about to take questions at Chapel 
Hill High (and something about three Raspberrys for Chris and George) ?What?






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