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         Chalkhills Digest, Volume 11, Number 21

                  Wednesday, 11 May 2005


           Also added, D&W play the IPO 6/8/05
                         old news
                      RE: Cent Music
     X-sTatiC to play Summer Gigs, Hell freezes over!
                   Sauvignon Blanc 2002


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Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 19:43:16 -0700
From: Ian Dahlberg <>
Subject: Also added, D&W play the IPO 6/8/05
Message-ID: <>

This just in: as part of the International Pop Overthrow (a pop
festival in L.A.), Drummed & Wired will be playing June 8th at The
Derby in L.A. No times as of yet, check our site for updates.

reply to:


Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 08:36:47 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jackson <>
Subject: old news
Message-ID: <>

All apologies to those who read this five years or so ago, but I've
just seen it and some should  find it insightful:


Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 13:19:01 -0700
From: "Wayne Klein" <>
Subject: RE: Cent Music
Message-ID: <BAY4-F95D293ED9D137243C15EDF91C0@phx.gbl>

 >Other than that, I now learn that a
>good chunk of Kirsty MacColl's catalogue has now been reissued as imports
>here in the U.S. as expanded imports.  There is a double edition of TITANIC
>DAYS!!  And on top of all that, there is a 3-CD anthology that features
>some of those coveted rareties and more!  Guess it takes an artist's death
>before the true collectables start flowing like water!<

OK Kevin, I'm a bit confused about this. Are we talking about the UK imports
and, if so, what's the difference between the reissued imports and expanded
imports? I love much of MacColl's stuff and have held onto all my original
US releases for years in hopes that they'd eventually be reissued.

Oh, The Beau Brummel's "Magic Hollow" from Rhino Handmade is a blast! I'd
forgotten how much I loved this band's stuff (my older brothers were big
fans of theirs because we grew up in the SF Bay Area and they were the first
band to break out after The Beatles).

Aimee Mann's latest CD is also quite good. Unless something really good by
Andy and Colin comes out before the end of the year, I'll be hard pressed to
find something else that will displace it from either the first or second
place on my new releases list.



Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 13:40:47 +0100
From: "Edward Percival" <>
Subject: X-sTatiC to play Summer Gigs, Hell freezes over!
Message-ID: <>

Dear all

Merely a year (less 8 days) after our last gig, X-sTatiC will be returning
to our London Home, THE DUBLIN CASTLE, on FRIDAY 1st JULY.

This'll be the first of two planned summer gigs, the other being somewhere
more exotic, possibly Manchester.

Then, of course, we'll be playing at THE MEETING PLACE 2005 in Swindon on
the weekend of 30th September to 2nd October. You'll all be going won't you?
Of course you will.

More details about all of this, plus gig flyers and some new video clips can
be found on the totally not re-designed or in any way re-organised X-sTatiC
website We will re-do it one day. Probably.

Adrian, Dan, Ed, Mick.


Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 08:44:41 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jackson <>
Subject: Sauvignon Blanc 2002
Message-ID: <>

So the wife drags me to her Wine Tasting Club last Saturday
and the host brings out seven different brown bagged sauvignon
blancs and we proceed to rate them for clarity, acidity,
etc. etc.  So, which one did I like best?  why...California's
Chalk Hill Sauvignon Blanc 2002, of course... described as
"Round, with very good depth to vanilla and marshmallow tones
shaping melon, lively citrus and grass flavors.... a coincidence?


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