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          Chalkhills Digest, Volume 9, Number 20
		  The Mandy Moore Issue

                    Sunday, 4 May 2003


        Fuzzy Warbles Vol 3 and 4 track listing...
      Looks like our boys might have a hit after all
          Memories: opening up for the ATtantics
                   knob-dweeb question
                     Barnumour Rumour
                  Letterman's Playground
                  Mandy Moore does XTC.
                   Mandy Moore does XTC
                  Mandy Moore covers XTC


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Date: Thu, 1 May 2003 10:54:16 -0400 (EDT)
From: "" <>
Subject: Fuzzy Warbles Vol 3 and 4 track listing...
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Fuzzy Warbles 3.
1. My Train Is Coming
2. Lightheaded
3. Goodbye Humanosaurus
4. Humble Daisy
5. You Like Me
6. Great Fire
7. Work
8. Mopti Fake One
9. Collideascope
10. Mopti Fake Two
11. When We Get To England
12. Train Running Low On Soul Coal
13. Holly Up On Poppy
14. Strawberry Fields Forever
15. Autumn Comes Around
16. Childs Crusade
17. Little Lighthouse
18. This Is The End
19. Put It On Again

Fuzzy Warbles 4
1. Tunes
2. Bumpercars
3. The Art Song (something good with your life)
4. I'm Playing My Fano
5. Zonked Right Out OnLife
6. All I Dream Of Is A Friend
7. Peck The Ground Like A Chicken
8. That Really Super Supergirl
9. Brainiacs Daughter
10. Blue Beret
11. Gangway, Electric Guitar Is Coming Through
12. Mechanical Planet
13. Helicopter
14. The ugly Underneath
15. OMGO
16. Where Is Your Heart
17. Hey, It's Alan Burston!
18. Season Cycle
19. Countdown To Christmas Partytime.

Song I am most looking forward to: "All I Dream Of Is A Friend"
Song I am least looking forward to: "Hey, It's Alan Burston!"
Song I hoped would be there but is not: "Rip Van Ruben"



Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 13:03:27 -0400
From: ADAM PAUL <>
Subject: Looks like our boys might have a hit after all
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Go to and listen to a 30 second clip from her new album (of


Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 17:21:16 +0000
From: "syzygy 66" <>
Subject: roxy
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Ben -- best bet is to start with their best -- siren



Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 14:53:23 -0400
Subject: Memories: opening up for the ATtantics
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Chalksters and Chalkettes;

In the last digest, Ben Gott told us:

>Speaking of Roxy Music, I work with a lady whose brother was
>in a Boston-based band called The Atlantics (this was in the
>late 1970's/early 1980's).  Anyway, The Atlantics opened for
>Roxy Music in the early 1980's.  Isn't that fun?

Well, to go down the food chain one step further, my old band
(Continental Crawler) opened for the Atlantics circa 1979, and did the
honors for the Romantics ("What I Like About You") a week or two later
at the same place (the Showplace in Dover, NJ).  I remember the
Atlantics as being great guys to talk music with, although their
manager was an annoying pest.

Hope Andy and Colin are hard at work writing the next album, and I
hope it comes out before 2005.



Date: Thu, 1 May 2003 15:25:40 -0400
From: "Ted Harms" <>
Subject: knob-dweeb question
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It's been mentioned in several sources that Andy plays/played a 1975 Ibanez
Artist (he uses it on the Rockpalast video).

Does anybody know or could ask him what model it is?  The closest thing I
can find that looks like it is a model 2619 from 1976.

There's a picture of it on the Chalkhills pics page:

Ted Harms | Davis Centre Library, Univ. of Waterloo
"They give you this but you pay for that." Neil Young


Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 15:15:29 +0100
From: "Nicholson, Gary" <>
Subject: Barnumour Rumour
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Dead Madame Barnum? (Other recent changes 17th April) When's the wake?
Does she know?

PS: Note to doctor - I am still suffering from that compuslive urge to
copy-edit. I mean compulsive.

50 miles from Swindon,

Not far enough in my opinion.


Gary Nicholson


Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 11:17:53 -0400
From: "Eddie O'Hare" <>
Subject: Letterman's Playground
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Anyone catch Dave's show on MayDay?

One of his "CBS Mailbag" bits asked what had happened to "The Guy in
the Bear Suit?" The music under one of the video clips was the looped
beginning of "Playground." Wonder who on the staff is a fan......

Of course, the wife looked at me strangely when I explained my
surprise and excitement.

Be well,


Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 16:32:36 -0400
From: Andisheh Nouraee <>
Subject: Mandy Moore does XTC.
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I'm sure that this will be posted by several people, but it bears
repeating if only to counter the utter unbelievability of it.

Mandy Moore has covered "Senses Working Overtime" for her Sept 2003 CD
titled Coverage. She's also covering some good Elton John and Todd

No, really.

You can hear a snippet of Senses Working Overtime on her Web site, i mean

No, really.

Andisheh Nouraee


Date: Sat, 3 May 2003 11:37:18 -0500
From: "James Lowe" <>
Subject: Mandy Moore does XTC
Message-ID: <>

Dear Chalkholders:

This just in Rolling Stone...

Mandy Moore has mined more than three decades of pop music for the set of
cover songs that make up the aptly titled Coverage, due in September on
Epic. The teen singer has completed recording and mixing her third album
with producer John Fields (Andrew W.K.), with the first single due in
Among the Seventies chestnuts that Moore has recorded are Elton John's "Mona
Lisas and Mad Hatters" and Todd Rundgren's "Can We Still Be Friends," along
with an unspecified Cat Stevens cover. The Eighties are represented by XTC's
"Senses Working Overtime," the Waterboys' "The Whole of the Moon" and Joan
Armatrading's "Drop the Pilot."

In addition to the roster of songwriters, Moore has enlisted Evan Dando,
Semisonic's Dan Wilson and the Rembrandts to add vocals to the album, with
the New Power Generation band providing some musical muscle.

Moore has placed snippets of three of the Coverage songs -- "Can We Still Be
Friends," "Senses Working Overtime" and "Drop the Pilot" -- on for fans to preview, with the promise of additional sound

Now back to your regularly scheduled lurk.



Date: Sun, 4 May 2003 07:53:37 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jay Gillespie <>
Subject: Mandy Moore covers XTC
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No, really.  Mandy Moore covers the XTC song "Senses
Working Overtime" on her upcoming cover album.

Here's what she has to say about the album:
"It is a compilation of some of the most incredible
music I have ever heard in my life and the fact that I
got to record these songs is still unimaginable to

You can listen to a 30 second clip of the song at:


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