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         Chalkhills Digest, Volume 15, Number 18

                  Monday, 10 August 2009

Topics:

                   Re: New Dukes review
                   re: New Dukes Review
 XTC tribute at Eddie's Attic Aug 12 in Decatur, Georgia
     "Ball and Chain" is the MySpace song of the week

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Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 08:47:56 -0700
From: Wayne Klein <wtdk123@msn.com>
Subject: Re: New Dukes review
Message-ID: <BAY108-W4A68E9816E105292D7B0EF9170@phx.gbl>

Yes. They do have bonus tracks NOT on "Fuzzy Warbles" one track that IS on
the "Warbles" set included here is "Open a Can of Human Beans".

We also get a couple of Colin's demos.

It's a terrific set nicely packaged and bound in a small hardcover book. The
sound is a huge improvement on the 2001 remasters with better dynamic range,
nice EQ, etc.

It's also better than the original CD release except it is a tiny bit louder
by comparison.

Buy it now! Support Andy, Colin and Dave.

Oh, and the notes by all three are great!

Benjamin Lukoff <lukoff@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>Thanks! Nice review. Still confused though so there* are* bonus tracks
>here that were *not* collected in *Fuzzy Warbles*?

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Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 20:35:43 -0700
From: Matt Keeley <revme@comcast.net>
Subject: re: New Dukes Review
Message-ID: <FD9547F4-5482-42FA-B4A8-57F8CD461A76@comcast.net>

Yep -- there are some.  Some we've heard on different sources ("Nicely
Nicely Jane", "Tin Toy Clockwork Train"), and some Colin demos
(including the alternate of Vanishing Girl, "No One At Home", and the
different-lyric version of "What In The World..??").

The complete list of bonus tracks are (taken from Reel by Real):

25:
	 25 O'Clock (demo) [Fuzzy 2]
	 Bike Ride to the Moon (demo) [Fuzzy 6]
	 My Love Explodes (demo) [fuzzy 6]
	 What in the World??... (demo) [EXCLUSIVE]
	 Nicely, Nicely Jane (demo) [EXCLUSIVE -- but I coulda sworn it was
on one of the tape comps like "Bull with the Golden Guts"]
	 Susan Revolving (demo) [EXCLUSIVE -- but ditto, actually]
	 Black Jewelled Serpent Of Sound (Radio Caroline Edit) [EXCLUSIVE]
	 Open A Can (Of Human Beans) [According to RBR, it's the Fuzzy 7
version, not the Charity version from "The Wish List"]
	 Tin Toy Clockwork Train [EXCLUSIVE/only released on promo single in
Paris]
	 The Mole From the Ministry (video)

Psonic:
	 No One At Home (demo) [Vanishing Girl demo; EXCLUSIVE]
	 Little Lighthouse (demo) [Jules Verne's Sketchbook/Fuzzy 3]
	 Collideascope (demo) [Fuzzy 3]
	 Shiny Cage (demo) [EXCLUSIVE]
	 Brainiac's Daughter (demo) [Fuzzy 4]
	 The Affiliated (demo) [EXCLUSIVE]
	 You're a Good Man, Albert Brown (Curse You Red Barrel) (video)

BTW -- for some reason, I've only been able to read Chalkills on the
web -- haven't had any digests sent to me... anyone else having that
problem?

Matt

Rev. Syung Myung Me
http://www.kittysneezes.com | http://revme.livejournal.com
"If you hate supermarket music, then start making supermarket music"
-- The Residents
Yeah.

> Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 22:13:35 -0700
> From: Benjamin Lukoff <lukoff@gmail.com>
> Nice review. Still confused though so there* are* bonus tracks here
> that were *not* collected in *Fuzzy Warbles*? Also, these are only
> out on CD now, right? Any chance of vinyl? Has anyone heard?

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Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 13:27:04 -0400
From: Andisheh Nouraee <andy@andy2000.org>
Subject: XTC tribute at Eddie's Attic Aug 12 in Decatur, Georgia
Message-ID: <ABB493CB-8BA1-455A-9C71-F8D9316114F4@andy2000.org>

Dear Hillpeople-

There's an XTC tribute show at Eddie's Attic in Decatur, Ga. on Weds,
Aug 12. The lineup includes Peter Stroud (lead guitarist in Sheryl
Crow's band) and Tim Smith (ex-Jellyfish, bassist in Sheryl Crow's
band) and many others.

For those unfamiliar with the area, Decatur is 15 mins by subway or
car from Downtown Atlanta.

Tickets are available here:
http://www.ticketfusion.com/store/one/index.html?store_id=1553&page_type=ticket&show_id=441892&cid=&qid=5069843268

And more details can be found on Peter Stroud's MySpace blog:
http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=126517226&blogId=496768750

Andy

--
Andisheh Nouraee
andy@andy2000.org
www.andy2000.org

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Date: Sun, 2 Aug 2009 16:37:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: Todd Bernhardt <beat_town@yahoo.com>
Subject: "Ball and Chain" is the MySpace song of the week
Message-ID: <391181.54719.qm@web32007.mail.mud.yahoo.com>

Hi:

Over at the XTCfans MySpace site (http://www.myspace.com/xtcfans), the
song of the week is "Ball and Chain."

If you want to know why Virgin would hold XTC's records hostage, or
what the only thing Terry ever said to a live crowd was, check out the
XTCfans blog site at http://blog.myspace.com/xtcfans.

Must we live in fear
From those who shed no tears?

-Todd

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