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Subject: Chalkhills Digest #19-7

          Chalkhills Digest, Volume 19, Number 7

                Thursday, 10 October 2013


          Re: Dave Stewart (UK keyboard player)
          Stone Roses influences...Dukes mention
               becki digregorio needs you!


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For time had made me wait too long.


Date: Fri, 06 Sep 2013 21:24:50 -0500
From: Steve Schiavo <>
Subject: Re: Dave Stewart (UK keyboard player)
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On Sep 6, 2013, at 6:50 AM, Chalkhills wrote:

> Dave Stewart
> (UK keyboard player)

Keyboard player, indeed, if my suspicion is correct.  In any case, fans of
25 O'Clock should check out Space Shanty by Khan.  Not to mention all the
other bands of note in the below articles.

- Steve


Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2013 09:23:43 +0000
From: Richard Higgins <>
Subject: Stone Roses influences...Dukes mention
Message-ID: <DUB125-W5570523E1D7567380A2686F93B0@phx.gbl>

The most overrated band on history but at least they acknowledge their


Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 13:40:46 +0000
From: "Pratt, Chris" <>
Subject: Nudybronque
Message-ID: <>

As both a long-time browser of Chalkhills (sadly no longer one who finds
time to read and contribute to the List), and a Swindon resident, I thought
I'd pass a semi-snippet of news on Colin, and adds to the news on July 28th
- and pre-dates it:

Colin has been involved in mix/master activity with an upcoming Swindon
3-piece by the name of "nudybronque", as seen here, where the band has
posted their last single: - it
does hark back to February

Nudybronque are excellent live and worth checking out for anyone living in
SW England.  For those from further afield, the video for Talking Pretty
( is an uplifiting bounce from
Old Town into Swindon Town Centre.



Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2013 12:42:21 -0700
From: Becki Digregorio <>
Subject: becki digregorio needs you!
Message-ID: <>

'hillians of the chalk,

just a note to let you all know that my new album is just around the
corner.  it's a psychedelic album and will be under the band name "the
liquid scene."  we've only a handful of tracks to lay down (i've been
practicing my sitar), then the mixing fun begins.  if all goes well it
should be out and pressed by late next month.

and here is where -you- come in.

would you like to add a track to one of the songs on the album??
here's what we need you to do: record a 30-second digital track of a
*ticking clock* -- this can be a wind-up clock, a grandfather clock
(that'd be cool), or even a very loud wristwatch.  the key here is
that it be ticking.  the track needs to be clean, ie: no other sounds
in the background.  no tv, no kiddies, no snoring dawgs.  just a
ticking clock.  if you happen to have two good ones, record two
separate tracks.  if you've an iphone you can use the "voice memos"
app, this actually works quite well.  then send this to me in a
message via the band facebook page we have set up -- search for "the
liquid scene" and while you're there please go ahead and "like" the
page.  there are some photos up there, updates, and as soon as we get
the mixes done i'll put a tune up there while the cd's are being
pressed.  doug mcdonald is once again doing the artwork, and if all
goes well it'll be one cool visionary experience.

thanks to everyone who's kept in touch, bought my albums, come to see
me play, and shared our xtc connection through the years.




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