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         Chalkhills Digest, Volume 15, Number 15

                  Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Topics:

  "Train Running Low..." is the MySpace song of the week
            Dr. Gregory's Instrumental Asylum
                Andy Interview on Popdose
                      A new Andyview
           XTC 1980-11-23 Location: Detroit, MI

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Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2009 16:02:04 -0700 (PDT)
From: Todd Bernhardt <beat_town@yahoo.com>
Subject: "Train Running Low..." is the MySpace song of the week
Message-ID: <788940.46262.qm@web32001.mail.mud.yahoo.com>

Hi:

Over at the XTCfans MySpace site (http://www.myspace.com/xtcfans), the
song of the week is "Train Running Low on Soul Coal."

If you want to know which Rolling Stones song inspired the central
guitar riff of the song, or why it's important not to be an asshole
musician, check out the XTCfans blog site at
http://blog.myspace.com/xtcfans.

They push+pull tactics are driving me loco
They shouldn't do that no no no...

-Todd

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Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2009 08:06:26 EDT
From: MVOMALLEY57@aol.com
Subject: Dr. Gregory's Instrumental Asylum
Message-ID: <bc1.533482e6.376f7c42@aol.com>

I am interested in obtaining a copy of this if any one  could help please.

Dr. Gregory's Instrumental Asylum CD
Starling Ritz Records SRCD001 08/00  11 instrumental tracks written,
arranged and  performed by DG. No commercial release (yet).
Tracks marked with an *  were used as incidental music for BBC TV North's
documentary series  Close Up North  Gloria Monday  ?  Monsall Mood Parts* 2
guitars, bass, 2 synths, prog. 09/92  Cloudland* 2 synths, ac.guitar, bass,
prog. 12/92  October's Carousel  ?  I Write To The Trees  ?  Hot Charity  ?
Rubber Balloons  ?  Lake Hill Vacation  ?  Call It Witchcraft  ?  Chinese
Friday Night  ?  Redemption  ?

Dr. Gregory's Instrumental  Asylum

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Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 21:54:04 -0500
From: "James Lowe" <jamielowe@msn.com>
Subject: Andy Interview on Popdose
Message-ID: <BLU144-DS6BA8F31C0AE6A9790B0FEBE360@phx.gbl>

Hi All,

Andy answers a bunch of questions from fans: The Popdose Interview: Andy
Partridge

http://popdose.com/the-popdose-interview-andy-partridge/

Happily Sailing on Lake Michigan,

Jamie Lowe

http://xtcstickers.jamielowe.net/

The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change;
the realist adjusts the sails. - William Arthur Ward

See some of my sailing photos
http://www.islandgoats.org/50th.htm

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Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 13:18:27 -0400
From: "Scott N." <sgot@busydigits.net>
Subject: A new Andyview
Message-ID: <22439056.220031245863907843.JavaMail.servlet@perfora>

There is a new interview with Mr. Partridge, here:

http://popdose.com/the-popdose-interview-andy-partridge/

Also, for the power-pop folks out there, Roger Klug (another hugely
talented sort out of Cincinnati, ala psychodots and Brian Lovely) has
released "More Help For Your Nerves," which is getting some very good
reviews. There are some interesting XTC and Dukesian moments on this
disc. Highly recommended!

Scott

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Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 07:28:22 -0700 (PDT)
From: Kzincat <kzincat98@yahoo.com>
Subject: XTC 1980-11-23 Location: Detroit, MI
Message-ID: <364334.97801.qm@web112516.mail.gq1.yahoo.com>

Found this on Dimeadozen:

Artist: XTC
Date: 1980-11-23
Location: Detroit, MI
Venue: Masonic Temple
Source: Audience
Lineage: master cassette>Nakamichi 670 azimuth-adjusted
  playback>Wavelab 24/96>Sox 16/44>flac
Taping Gear: Sony TC-153SD, Advent Dynamic Mics
Taped and transferred by JEMS

Setlist:
01. Intro
02. Outside World
03. Life Begins At The Hop
04. Helicopter
05. Love At First Sight
06. Respectable Street
07. No Language In Our Lungs
08. Meccanik Dancing (Oh We Go!)
09. This Is Pop?
10. Scissor Man
11. Towers Of London
12. Real By Reel
13. Living Through Another Cuba ->
14. Generals And Majors
15. Making Plans For Nigel
16. Statue Of Liberty

Runtime: 60:05m

Notes:
This is an excellent sounding recording and another previously
uncirculated(prior to June 2009) JEMS master recording. XTC is
probably the best kept secret when it comes to pop rock being a band
that should have had greater commercial successes than they had. This
is one of those bands a lot of people have heard of but not actually
heard outside the fans and music critics. This show captures XTC
touring in support of the Black Sea album as an opening act for The
Police.

I was in high school when this was recorded, *sigh*

Dave in Detroit.

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