Allan Anderson | 2 Mar 05:43 2004
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I wanna play some janesongs!

Hi, folks!  I'm a bit of a feeb on the guitar, but I thought there must 
be a Jane song out there that I could stumble through.  If only I had a 
cheatsheet.  Does anyone know of any Jane music or guitar tablature out 
there?
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Mike Topf | 23 Mar 22:02 2004
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Ok, now I've seen everything.

CTV just started showing the new federal budget.  Prior to it, they had a
disclaimer "The following program contains scenes that might be disturbing to
some viewers."

Ben Thomas | 23 Mar 22:14 2004

Re: Ok, now I've seen everything.

Too funny!  Talk about your truth in media!

>>> "Mike Topf" <Mike_Topf <at> telus.net> 3/23/2004 3:02:22 PM >>>
CTV just started showing the new federal budget.  Prior to it, they had
a
disclaimer "The following program contains scenes that might be
disturbing to
some viewers."

Mike Topf | 24 Mar 23:11 2004
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Re: Ok, now I've seen everything.

It has gotten quite quiet here, hasn't it.

I'm so tempted by the show here, but it will be much later in the year.

dena allen wrote:

> Whew! For a minute I thought the list had vanished.
>
> Just got tickets to Sting and Lennox at Irivine Meadows. Anyone else going?
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Topf <Mike_Topf <at> telus.net>
> Sent: Mar 23, 2004 1:02 PM
> To: CMSHG <at> yahoogroups.com, siblings <at> smoe.org
> Subject: Ok, now I've seen everything.
>
> CTV just started showing the new federal budget.  Prior to it, they had a
> disclaimer "The following program contains scenes that might be disturbing to
> some viewers."

Adam Hartfield | 25 Mar 01:39 2004
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RE: Ok, now I've seen everything.

> It has gotten quite quiet here, hasn't it.

It has.

I meant to post that last week I got my two Jane DVDs I ordered on her
Valentine's Day sale. It was a nice surprise receiving them as I'd
completely forgotten I'd ordered them. I loved the Hugh's Room show. The
other disc of her videos was interesting artistry.

--Adam

Mike Topf | 25 Mar 03:32 2004
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Re: Ok, now I've seen everything.

Nothing like Alzhiemer easter eggs.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adam Hartfield" <adamh1 <at> comcast.net>
To: <siblings <at> smoe.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 4:39 PM
Subject: RE: Ok, now I've seen everything.

> > It has gotten quite quiet here, hasn't it.
> 
> It has.
> 
> I meant to post that last week I got my two Jane DVDs I ordered on her
> Valentine's Day sale. It was a nice surprise receiving them as I'd
> completely forgotten I'd ordered them. I loved the Hugh's Room show. The
> other disc of her videos was interesting artistry.
> 
> --Adam

B Merrill | 25 Mar 15:56 2004

two {qualified) recommendations

Well, since there's some sign of life out there (as spring kicks in?),

.... as opposed to my unqualified admiration for Jane's Walking,

In hopes that this might inspire the curiosity and pleasure of another sib,

On the rock/pop & all that front, the two best tunes I've come upon in the
past six months are.... 

"Amphibian" by Bjork. Who meant nothing to me, I hadn't heard her since the
Sugarcubes, and saw her being satirized on SLN, but Amphibian, which turned
up during the credit crawl for "Being John Malkovich" is pretty wonderful,
approaching the jaw-dropping, I believe. Bjork's breathy cooing & chirping
on top of this music box arrangement. Dunno anything about the lyrics. But
worth renting the movie for. So I bought Vespertine, since I gathered I'd
find more like it, therein. And I did, tho nothing as swell as Amphibian.
But Vespertine is worth a listen, for sure. It's emotional and romantic, a
big plus.

Turning from girl to guys,
I picked up California by Mr. Bungle-- which is very Guy-ish. Highly
arranged, eclectic, clever, aggressive. And I mean HIGHLY! Everything's
tongue-in-cheek, in the GUY style, which is a pity. Nothing emotional and
romantic here, just scrap irony. But if you like highly arranged, eclectic
and clever-- this definitely fills the bill. Middle eastern + Beach Boys +
Martin Denny + Doo Wop...  They even throw in some Balinese Monkey chant.  

-- reggae and out,

Bruce
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Ben Thomas | 25 Mar 16:05 2004

Re: two {qualified) recommendations

bjork!  yay!  I adore Verspertine, and her 'family album' or somesuch
title, a many-mini-cd compilation of her stuff as well as some fun
mixes.  will def check out amphibian.  just love that girl!

>>> B Merrill <merrillb <at> crisny.org> 3/25/2004 8:56:59 AM >>>
Well, since there's some sign of life out there (as spring kicks in?),

.... as opposed to my unqualified admiration for Jane's Walking,

In hopes that this might inspire the curiosity and pleasure of another
sib,

On the rock/pop & all that front, the two best tunes I've come upon in
the
past six months are.... 

"Amphibian" by Bjork. Who meant nothing to me, I hadn't heard her since
the
Sugarcubes, and saw her being satirized on SLN, but Amphibian, which
turned
up during the credit crawl for "Being John Malkovich" is pretty
wonderful,
approaching the jaw-dropping, I believe. Bjork's breathy cooing &
chirping
on top of this music box arrangement. Dunno anything about the lyrics.
But
worth renting the movie for. So I bought Vespertine, since I gathered
I'd
find more like it, therein. And I did, tho nothing as swell as
Amphibian.
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B Merrill | 25 Mar 16:34 2004

Re: two {qualified) recommendations

> will def check out amphibian.  just love that girl!

I don't know if Amphibian is anywhere else besides the BJM soundtrack. 
Tell me if you locate it.

B.

DERSF | 25 Mar 20:21 2004
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Re: Ok, now I've seen everything.

I saw Annie Lennox's last solo tour and am not very interested in Sting these 
days.

David.


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