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         Chalkhills Digest, Volume 10, Number 38

                 Tuesday, 31 August 2004


            Drummed & Wired performs Black Sea
                 Re: Radioheads in Motion
                 Re: Dukes @ Wilson show
             Any XTC "bootleg" dvds out there
                        Re: Delurk


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What the butler saw was heaven.


Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 16:15:50 -0400
From: Gary Glauber <>
Subject: Finn-ito...
Message-ID: <>

Hello again dear Mr. Relph and all Hillians yonder:

Not to suggest that my opinions are an end to matters, but my review of the
new Finn Bros. offering can be found here:

And while I'm at it, I suppose I'll go link-crazy and serve up the other
reviews I did recently on tap at Fufkin (the new Glenn Tilbrook, the new
TMBG, the latest Rosenbergs, the new Jump and the new Digby).

Hope all is well and stupidly happy in the lives of these devoted ones...

Later folks, time to return to lurking --

Gary G.


Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 19:47:20 -0700
From: Ian Dahlberg <>
Subject: Drummed & Wired performs Black Sea
Message-ID: <>

Hey L.A. (and vicinity) Xtc fans!

L.A.'s own Xtc cover band will be performing Black Sea in its entirety
at Hollywood's historic rock venue Club Lingerie. All original 11
tracks.  Don't miss the fun!

Sept 29th
Club Lingerie
6507 Sunset Blvd.
(323) 466-3416


Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 04:12:38 -0700
Subject: Re: Radioheads in Motion
Message-ID: <>

Matt wrote:
>Oddly enough, in listening to OK Computer for the 100th time, I began to
>notice a few XTC-esque bits in there.  If anyone else has this disc, maybe
>you can tell me if you agree, or if I am totally off my rocker!...

I have a rocker too!
>From it I have given Kid A a listen and clearly Dave is playing on In
Matter of fact, it must be the whole band!... depressed and on quaaludes
(creativity intact).

We had caught on when it was the Dukes!

Another Steve


Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 18:04:24 +0100
From: "Shabbyroad Media" <>
Subject: Re: Dukes @ Wilson show
Message-ID: <006601c48ac5$971b84d0$6f01a8c0@shabbyroad01>
Organization: Shabbyroad Media

Indeed it was DG and IG ! wrote
>>>  I also have to know which of the two Dukes went to
>>> see Brian Wilson (although if I had to guess Dave Gregory and Andy
>>> would be my pick knowing what huge Wilson fans they are).
>>IMHO it's a bit of a trick question and DG + AP would be the obvious
>>choice so my money is on Sir Cornelius Plum and E.I.E.I. Owen.
>>Unlikely as it may seem and despite the infamous kitchen incident
>>they have been sighted together before.


Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 15:15:07 -0400
From: Ken VanTassell <>
Subject: Any XTC "bootleg" dvds out there
Message-ID: <>


I have the Rockpalast show on dvd, does anyone have any others ? I
remember the "sky fi" music show and others on vhs.




Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 02:03:58 -0500
From: "Matt Ferrari r2d2 moo" <>
Message-ID: <000a01c48c04$06d1ff40$2cd9fea9@d8j9f8>

found this site for fans to meet other fans of the band.

membership is scarce right now, but spreading the word will help.



Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 21:04:38 -0500
From: Chris Vreeland <>
Subject: Re: Delurk
Message-ID: <>

"m.sparks" <> wrote:
> Subject: </lurk>
> I've been lurking a while now.  Guess I'm not quite as up on the XTC
> trivia as most: I don't know all the drummers, vocal guests,
> recording engineers, or waterboys.  But XTC has been the soundtrack
> of my life.
> I've been an XTC fan since listening to GO2 in my boyfriends room
> during a party in high school - reading the album cover while
> sitting on the floor next to the right speaker and ignoring everyone
> and everything else.

> [snipping, snipping]
> So after the divorce......
> [snipping, snipping]

> So that is my intro.  I'm off to see the pages of some of the
> members here.  I'm a fan of music in general, too, with diverse
> interests.  Good to hear discussion of some other bands, too, since
> AP won't rewrite my life in music on a monthly basis and release it
> on CD ;-)

As a lecherous old bastard, just let me chime in here and say "Good
G*d, where were you when I was going through all that to the same
soundtrack over here?"


Chris "Ah, to be a young punk again" Vreeland


Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 16:45:55 +0100
From: "Toby Howard" <>
Subject: eBay
Message-ID: <004a01c48ea8$73a91fd0$0100a8c0@monty>

Hello, Mr Evil-Mercenary-Chappie here.

I have a couple of XTC items up on eBay: A cessette of the radio tour
from 1989, and Transistor Blast.

Please have a look if you're interested:



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