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         Chalkhills Digest, Volume 11, Number 24

                   Tuesday, 31 May 2005

Topics:

                  Re: XTC - Gaston Hall
                Re: Africa Nearly Sampled?
                  Dave and Guitargonauts
              XTC spotting - Over the Hedge
                       Serendipity

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Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 12:56:03 -0400
From: Chris & Melany <ellaguru@comcast.net>
Subject: Re: XTC - Gaston Hall
Message-ID: <4290B9A3.1020407@comcast.net>

pancho artecona <partecona@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>That's where you can find  the torrent for XTC live at
>Gaston Hall, Georgetown University, Washington DC
>January 24, 1980 NTSC DVD as well as a bunch of other
>great stuff (live Jellyfish, Beefheart, Costello, etc)
>Ellaguru-thank you thank you thank you....be you a boy
>or a girl your frou frou makes me cuckoo.  Thanks for
>all your effort, great performance.

***you are very welcome!
chris

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Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 07:00:28 -0700 (PDT)
From: Kzincat <kzincat98@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Africa Nearly Sampled?
Message-ID: <20050523140028.268.qmail@web51804.mail.yahoo.com>

John Relph <relph@tmbg.org> asked:
>
> A reader wrote in with this question:
>
>   I was in Australia in June of 2000.  A couple of times I heard a
>   song on the radio that was built around samples from "It's Nearly
>   Africa".  Do you know what the song might be?  I was directed to
>   something in a record store, but when I listened to it back home I
>   found I'd been lead astray.
>
> I'm afraid it's got me stumped.  Can anybody out there answer this
> question?

Hey John,

Did you try www.gohomeproductions.com   ?

Those samples on there are awesome, but I don't
remember a Nearly Africa rhythm being used. There is
an XTC mashup, as well as other well made mixes anyone
can spend an hour checking out. LOL

BTW, your Chalkhills list is cool, and you have been a
terrific host for these many years, thanks very much
and keep up the good work.

Dave in Detroit

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Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 16:58:09 +0100
From: John Morrish <morrish@ukf.net>
Subject: Dave and Guitargonauts
Message-ID: <a3f12b20bde52bfe962e21d7bfdd0864@ukf.net>

Some people have been asking about Dave and the Guitargonauts site.

The truth is that Dave hasn't been very well lately,  so the site has
taken a back seat. (He's a lot better now, and doesn't want any fuss
about it.)

Plus there have been a few communications difficulties: the usual stuff
about who was doing what and when.

Anyway, Dave's keen to bring it up to date so with luck there should be
some progress before long.

Meanwhile, I found an intriguing account of Andy meeting the mash-up
king Mark Vidler on the gohomeproductions blog:
http://gohomeproductions.blogspot.com/2005/03/toy-soldiers-and-headful-of-whine.html

Old news now, but interesting all the same.

John

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Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 12:51:55 -0600
From: "Steven Paul" <spaul@armstronglaw.com>
Subject: XTC spotting - Over the Hedge
Message-ID: <CGEGILJOEJHFCCGOJOKKEEEBDMAA.spaul@armstronglaw.com>

I've been following the comic strip "Over the Hedge" ever since May and June
2000 when creators Michael Fry and T. Lewis added references to "Black Sea"
(5/10/00) and "Wasp Star" (6/10/00) to the strip.  Today,  the creators
added a very slight XTC reference, which may have appeared in other stips
which I didn't pick up on.  In a vista from the forest looking into the
subburban landscape, the creators have included a billboard for "Antheap
Realty - Crawling with value" [little hard to read].

This link might get you there.  The date of today's strip is May 27.

http://comics.com/comics/hedge/index.html

Steven Paul
Salt Lake City, Utah

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Date: Sun, 29 May 2005 11:41:29 +0100 (BST)
From: Paul Culnane <paulculnane@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Serendipity
Message-ID: <20050529104130.51225.qmail@web86909.mail.ukl.yahoo.com>

1) Some of my north american friends have gone apeshit about Pseudo
    Echo's cover of "Funky Town".  How cool is that?

2) McCartney with Jason Falkner?  Peel me off the ceiling!  Gimme,
   gimme...

3) When you turn your stereo system up a bit louder (if you're allowed
   to) it sounds better.

4) Look out for Ben Gott's and my forthcoming CD.  It's called
   "playPEN" and it's coming to your ears soon!

5) Love

PAUL

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