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Posted By: btanen@netspace.students.brown.edu
Time/Date: 10:29 AM Sunday, August 28, 1994
Subject: ANNOUNCING SPREADNET!

Hi everyone.

This is an announcement for SPREADNET, the Widespread Panic mailing list.

The list is being run off the netspace computer at Brown University.  As
many of you already know, this computer was bought mostly with funds
contributed by the users of Phishnet.  There's currently plenty of space on
the machine (well, not plenty, but enough for one more mailing list!) and
lots of different projects are going on.  You may have seen Bruce Willner's
announcement that the HordeNet Tour Dates file is available by FTP?  Well,
it's in the Horde directory on Netspace.  Or all that good stuff on the
Phish archive?  That's in the Phish directory on Netspace.

Anyway, to subscribe to spreadnet, send mail to

        listproc@netspace.students.brown.edu

with the body of the message being (no quotes)

        "subscribe spreadnet your name"

To send mail to everyone on the list, send mail to

        spreadnet@netspace.students.brown.edu.

Well, that's it.

I'm probably going to post this message about once a week so all those
folks coming back to school get a chance to see it.

Any questions or problems or whatever-- send me mail
(btanen@netspace.students.brown.edu).

Bye for now,

Ben


Posted By: grayp@pinn.net
Time/Date: 12:54 PM Sunday, August 28, 1994
Subject: Paris Match

I just placed the connection.  Maybe I'm slow, but Shannon Worrell was 
the singer for Paris Match.
Does anyone have any Paris Match tapes.

Gray

If I were a cactus, I wouldn't need so much water!


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 12:39 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: Lost tape search....

I have lost an extremely good tape and can't remeber where I got it so I 
am asking all of you out there if you have ever heard of it. I have it 
listed as Oct 27 1992 at Trax and setlist as follows
Blue Water
One Sweet World
So Much 2 Say
What Would You Say
Pay 4 What You get
Lie in our graves
Tripping Billies
Stephan's Tune (you can faintly hear dave say this before they play it, 
its a really cool instrumental with Stephan, Pter and Boyd jamming hard)
Jimmy Thing
Recently 
Ants Marching
Encore: (dave asks for audience response when he names songs to play)
Watchtower (best one I've ever heard)
Dancing Nancies

If anyones got his I would love to get a copy. I've got about 25 to trade.

Also, anyone know the date of the Election Night at Trax tape???

Thanx
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Posted By: DETERS@eagle.mtc.com
Time/Date: 12:54 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: taping @ Ritz tonite ?

My buddy wants to bring has DAT and tape this thing...I don't have enough
shows under my belt to tell him what his chances are of a board patch or
if he can get it in, etc. What's the scoop ?
Vince


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 3:02 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 268

election night was 11-3-92.   it's pretty interesting that a
    uh oh. editor problems
--kerry


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 3:13 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: Old dates

Thanx kerry for election nite date.
I have a tape labelled 11/2/92 Trax, which would make a 2 nite stand 
there , is this feasable????

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Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 5:25 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: uhhh... raliegh? TONIGHT?

the show at the ritz is teh 29th of SEPTEMBER...
talk about confusion...

hugs to all....cec

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Posted By: axvann@minerva.cis.yale.edu
Time/Date: 6:12 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: Re: Birchmere Setlist

I saw you at the Birchmere show. Nice shirt.
Now something everyone should find slightly more interesting- A prevoius 
post said that there was no taping at the show. A friend of mine was 
pulled off the board by the Birchmere people at the last minute, but 
taped the show at his table on his dat through mics. Because the place 
was incredibly quiet, the tape came out pretty well. I would be happy to 
set up a trade with any interested parties as soon as he sends me my 
analog copies (he's using the DMB set at the Maryland HORDE as filler). 
If you're interested, I'm looking for-
1. The Phish Lexington show 4/20- both sets.
2. Any very recent dmb (summer '94).

Also- I talked to Dave after the show about the new album. He told me 
that Ants Marching and Satellite will appear again, in addition to the tunes 
already listed. He also told me that the version of Jimi Thing is 
"ridiculous," so it sounds like there will be some great jamming on that. 
I also spoke briefly to him about fall dates- There is an Oct. 3 New 
Haven show, and he also told me the band will be in other previously 
neglected northern locations (Providence and Boston are the only ones I 
remember). 
Anyway- welcome back to school, if you're returning. 
				-Adam Vann
				axvann@minerva.cis.yale.edu


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 8:09 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: Info Request

First, apologies for using the net for doing this, but I don't have access to
any of the things I had on my old computer from the past few years, so please
indulge me.

I also know there's someone who handles this, but I don't have the FAQ, either.

So anyway, I was hoping someone could tell me where to find the lyrics file
if it's available on FTP..

Also, could someone send me info on the new album?  I missed all the summer
discussion.  Thanks a bunch.

brett

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bmking@mail.wm.edu // bkingswe@nyx10.cs.du.edu


Posted By: campb_c@cs.odu.edu
Time/Date: 8:56 PM Monday, August 29, 1994
Subject: Re: taping @ Ritz tonite ?

On Mon, 29 Aug 1994 DETERS@m5.mtc.com wrote:

> My buddy wants to bring has DAT and tape this thing...I don't have enough
> shows under my belt to tell him what his chances are of a board patch or
> if he can get it in, etc. What's the scoop ?
> Vince

hmmmmm...kinda slim considering that I called and talked to Jane and she
informed me that "They're not playing tonight" in response to my ? about
ticket availiblity of tonights show.  Seems that the show is on
SEPTEMBER 29TH.  I'm glad that I called before I hauled...(thanks clc!)

see y'all...

lying under a seirra nevada and dreaming,
Blake


Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 12:09 AM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: Paris Match!!

Yeah; Gray's righton both counts. Shannon Worrell _did_ sing for
Paris Match; saw them my first night in Cville six or so years
ago.

And, Does anyone have Paris Match tapes?
Now, _theres_ a cool smalltown band that needs to be treed, or
fillered onto some other Hordish tree. Revival! Yeah! We'll start
a revival! :) The Paris Match Reunion World Tour!! :)

Seriously, if anyone has some, I'd love to trade, and will go out
of my way to make it worthwhile; as many times as i saw them, i
feel ashamed not to have any on tape, and sorry not to be able to
listen to any such tapes. Heck, I see Dennis (lead guitarist) on
the Charlottesvill Downtown Mall every day or two; I don't even
have anything of him on tape. He's hot. Anyone have Dennis Guinan
(sp?) boots? :)


ellis


     Ellis "of Lemuria" Godard   jeg5s@virginia.edu
       P.O. Box 3240, Charlottesville, VA, 22903
  Graduate Program in Sociology, University of Virginia
FAQ File Administrator for rec.music.phish & phish-digest
     Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: grayp@pinn.net
Time/Date: 8:07 AM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: Re: Paris Match!!

Ellis,
I have on tape from my first Van Ripers in 88 where Shannon & Dennis play 
Eyes of The World with Indy.
Can't remember how the quality is, it's been a long time.
I'll let you know.
Gray

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Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 9:18 AM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: all six eyes stared fixedly on you

shannon worrell was one of the people who played at the wtju 1994 folk marathon
at eh prism coffeehouse in c-ville on may 7.
on the tape of this i have, i've got her singing 'eleanor' and 'jane' on which
dave sings backup. it's just him and her. adn she sings backup for dave on
'i'll back you up and christmas song'  and i've never heard a better 'c-mas' 
song than this one with her harmonizing. it truly makes the song sound dreamy.

everybody missed a super four way tag. it was truly and interesting experience.
but just a warning: blake and gray move waaaaaaaaay too fast for me. 
tsk.tsk.  it could have been a beautiful relationship......

okay... 
smile people. i like smiles.
and eat a blue popscicle, too... that's fun.

clare emily

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Posted By: ddevito@nitrogen.helios.nd.edu
Time/Date: 5:18 PM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: The fate of Trax...

Hey now,

	I know you all are probably wondering what's up with the 
heading, but I thought this would be a good way to get some free
publicity and fill everyone in on what's going on in Charlottesville,
home of the one and only DMB.  As you can tell, my name is Dominic
DeVito, and I am  a junior at Notre Dame.  I have been on this list
since about February of this year.  I am originally from Staunton,VA,
and I have been listening to DMB since June of 1993, which is when I 
went to my first and only concert of theirs, at Trax.  For the past
2 summers I have been working at a CD/tape store in Staunton called
Crossroads.  My boss (the owner) is a guy named David Fisher who went
to UVa and was in Fiji there.  In late July, the big boss man bought the 
club we have all know and love as Trax and changed the name to Crossroads
Concert Hall.  I don't know who the parties involved were, but apparently
there were 2 guys who owned Trax, and one is the manager of DMB.  That
person (apparently) decided to bail so he could concentrate on making 
DMB known to the rest of the country.  The other person then wanted to 
sell as well, so they talked to David and the rest is history.  CCH 
(Crossroads Concert Hall) will be open Sept. 8  with new carpeting,
paint, TVs, a new bar, and (finally) air conditioning.  David told me 
that he will have DMB at CCH for one last (yes, last) concert around
the time the new album comes out, which I believe is Sept. 27.
He is also planning some sort of autograph party/sale thing, too.
He told me not to worry, he will still get great bands at the club,
such as Cracker, Dinosaur Jr., Green Day, Freddy Jones Band, etc.,
but it won't be Trax anymore.  So if you get some tape that reads
Sept '94, Trax, it's probably 90% correct, but not entirely.

Just thought I'd let you all know what's going on in C'ville, and 
if you have any questions, corrections, additions, or constructive
criticism,  feel free to send 'em along.  I just regained net access
2 days ago, so this may be entirely worthless to most of you.  If so,
my apologies.  Take care, and enjoy the show since I can't be there.

Regards,
Dominic

PS anybody got a tape from Trax in late May or early June of 1993? I'd
   love to have my first show on tape, but unfortunately, I can't 
   remember the date.  I have 200 hours Dead, 6 killer hours DMB,
   and some Phish to trade.  Much appreciated.


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| I'd rather drink muddy water, | Dominic Jules DeVito, Amateur Slacker    | 
| Sleep in a hollowed-out log,  | University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN | 
| Than stay here in Frisco      | ddevito@darwin.cc.nd.edu                 | 
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Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 6:42 PM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: Under the table and hiding from the nazi...

This doesn't matter at all:

I was at some evil, evil mall type of satanic/nazi state, and in some type of
nazi/vomit inducing record store, I asked the lady if she had anything by
"The Da-ve M-atth-ew-s Ba-n-d", as I had happily turned my friend onto them,
and he was itchin' fer some dave (har har), to which she replied "No, but
you're the fourth person to ask me about them today."

This is weirdo.  This is in the middle of NOWHERE, okay?  I'm not talking
like a New Yorker, where, of course, everything else is a tiny little hamlet,
but this really wasn't anywhere.  Just a random disgusting lump of metal in
the middle of fields.


I like taking others constructive time and making them read this,
Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

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Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 7:44 PM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: Southern VA Mailing List

Last spring, there was talk about a souther VA mailing list, that would be
for more or less all bands, but mainly DMB/Boy O Boy/everything etc VA and
non-VA bands who would be playing in the area (Wmbrg, Richmond, CVille, 
Norfolk, Hampton).  I was wondering if anything became of that net, & if so,
if anyone had info on it..

tks.
brett

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bmking@mail.wm.edu / bkingswe@nyx10.cs.du.edu


Posted By: RPPRISIN@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 10:15 PM Tuesday, August 30, 1994
Subject: subscribe

SUBSCRIBE

rpprisin


Posted By: klong@nysernet.ORG
Time/Date: 7:37 AM Wednesday, August 31, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 269

Just a word to folks who are going to the remaining HORDE shows.
Check your local paper and with the venue if you can before you head
out to make sure that you have the accurate start time of the show.
My ticket said 3 p.m. but it seems they started the show at 2.  I
got there about 2:30 and caught the last half of Dave's set.  I was
very disapponted and frustrated by this since DMB and Rusted Root
were the main reasons I was going.

Luckily, he was playing on the main stage.  He was plagued with some
technical difficulties early on which were getting worked out by the
time I got into my seat and settled.  The portion of the set I got to
hear was excellent.  Even though he is not well known at all in this
part of the country, he had made a number of new fans yesterday.  He
and the band were in excellent form and smoked!  

I hope that this exposure on the HORDE tour will bring them back
to a smaller venue soon.

klong


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Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 1:52 PM Wednesday, August 31, 1994
Subject: Trax/Crossroads Corrections

For one, I think there were 3 owners and 2 baileda; not 2 of 2.

More importantly, it don't open Sept. 8. It opens tomorrow night (Thursday)
with a reggae band. And...

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, ARU and TR3!!

Hoorah! To those who thought Trax (as we knew it) is dead, you're dead wrong.
ARU is hot, and I'm glad to see them in Cville for a 4th (5th?) time. Also,
if you haven't seen them yet, I *HIGHLY* recommend seeing TR3. I have some
old TR3 boots, and often use parts of them as filler,esp on Phish tapes. Not
sure what the current incarnation is, but the lead guitarist, Tim Reynolds
(used to be a trio; get it? Tim Reynolds 3rio = TR3), is grand! Plays with
DMB off and on, and sat in for UTTAD in the studio. Makes them strangs do all
kindza thangs!  Don't like to categorize, but try this: hip, egyptian-ish
jazz, sometimes slowing to a milky, soothing groove, othertimes building to a
monstrous wailing fury (more or less so depending on the incarnation.) I've
only seen them 20 or 30 times, and I'll be there with bells on. DON'T come
just in time for ARU; you'll miss the best band Charlottesville's ever
birthed (another band, with its own listserv mailing list, has been rained
upon with more attention, but.... hey... guess i shouldn't make that
comparison here. :)

love ya :)
Ellis


     Ellis "of Lemuria" Godard   jeg5s@virginia.edu
       P.O. Box 3240, Charlottesville, VA, 22903
  Graduate Program in Sociology, University of Virginia
FAQ File Administrator for rec.music.phish & phish-digest
     Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: lmorgan@uclink.berkeley.edu
Time/Date: 2:57 PM Wednesday, August 31, 1994
Subject: unknown venue

hi

Anyone know the venue that DMB played 6/26/93? I just got a tape with no
venue listed. Filler is three songs from 12/9/92. Anyone know this venue
either? I appreciate you help.
 
><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< joe & laura ><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< 


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 4:09 PM Wednesday, August 31, 1994
Subject: Horde

Rusted Root is incredible!  Some serious dancing was going on when 
that band hit the Gonzo stage at Richmond.

just saw someone mentioned it so thought I'd offer my measley personal 
opinion...

It's good to be back...

Jamie Cogbill


Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 5:07 PM Wednesday, August 31, 1994
Subject: Take These Big Macs...place them in a wraper

...until a hungrier time


This is very important to McDonalds lovers.  This is very important for
humanity.
I have the official OK batsignal from one of you crazy minarets.legends, so I
take no responsibility for this action.  All complaints should be sent to the
goddess.  All compliments, marriage proposals, and the like should be sent
directly to me.

- - - - - - - - - -

What is the BIG MAC (R) index?

(or ....an  introduction to burgernomics)

The Big Mac Index was launched by the London Economist in 1986 as a
lighthearted guide to whether currencies are at their correct level.

Burgernomics is based upon the theory of purchasing power parity (PPP) - the
notion that a dollar should buy the same amount in all countries.

Our "basket" is a McDonald's Big Mac sandwich, which is produced locally in
the countries listed below.   The price listed shows the price of a Big Mac
sandwich in dollar terms.

The least expensive price is in China, where a Big Mac costs a bargain $1.03.
 Switzerland's Big Mac sandwich is the most expensive, at $3.96.  These
figures suggest that the yuan is the most undervalued currency, the Swiss
franc the most overvalued.  

BIG MAC PRICES IN DOLLARS *

US         **2.30
Argentina    3.60
Australia    1.72
Austria      2.84
Belgium      3.10
Brazil       1.58
Britain      2.65
Canada       2.06
Chile        2.28
China        1.03
Czech Rep    1.71
Denmark      3.85
France       3.17
Germany      2.69
Greece       2.47
Holland      2.85
Hong Kong    1.19
Hungary      1.66
Italy        2.77
Japan        3.77
Malasia      1.40
Mexico       2.41
Poland       1.40
Portugal     2.53
Russia       1.66
Singapore    1.90
S. Korea     2.84
Spain        2.50
Sweden       3.20
Switzerland  3.96
Taiwan       2.35
Thailand     1.90

* Local currency equivalent calculated using excange rate as of 5/4/94.
 Prices vary locally.
** Average of New York, Chicago, San Franscisco and Atlanta.




Transmitted:  94-08-08 11:30:43 EDT

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Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

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*           may no longer need them."          * --  Nebuious@aol.com -- *
*                - Dave Matthews               *  --   New York, NY  --  *
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Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 8:08 PM Wednesday, August 31, 1994
Subject: endorphin?!?!

hi. hi hi hi hi.
wow.. lots of people are finally back.. hi to ya'll too.. (yes, ya'll, ben.. us
suthurners do use that word frequently...)

has anyone heard anything about the 'horde' band endorphine?

smiles.. 
76-hours-and-14-minutes-cigarette-free-clare



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Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 1:52 AM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: Wow Wendy's....

A Jr. Bacon Cheesburger.........= 99 cents.....

nuff said....

I am hoping the new album contains both the mellow, upbeat, dance, and 
heavy metal versions of satellite..... did you heat eddie vedder was a 
guest vocalist...

to clare, blake and gray......
MAKE SURE I RESPOND WHEN YOU SEND EVERY MESSAGE TO ME.........

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Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 12:31 PM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: Re: unknown venue

On Wed, 31 Aug 1994, Laura Elizabeth Morgan wrote:
> Anyone know the venue that DMB played 6/26/93? I just got a tape with no
> venue listed. Filler is three songs from 12/9/92. Anyone know this venue
> either? I appreciate you help.


thought i'd go ahead and post it to the whole net..just in case, you know?
it's funny that you asked about this tape 'cause i saw the exact copy at 
a friend's house yesterday night..!  the 6/26 show is from the Bayou in 
DC but i'm not sure of the filler....anyone?

alex crothers


Posted By: gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 3:06 PM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: shannon's cd

     Just got Shannon Worrell's new cd, "Three Wishes", the other day ...
it's good, check it out.
                       gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu


Posted By: gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 7:34 PM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: Sep/Oct 93 show?

     Would anyone happen to have a copy of the following show?
                         @ Trax
                         last week of Sept, first couple weeks of Oct '93?
                         opens with solo "So Much To Say"

          I'd be glad to trade for a copy if anyone has one.  Thanks.

                                        Shawn Peters
                       gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu


Posted By: msweeney@rucs2.sunlab.cs.runet.edu
Time/Date: 9:47 PM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: address list

hello
        welcome to the first installment of a little list that i decided to
do.  i don't have a cool name for it yet any ideas? let me know.  basically
it's just a list of mailing addresses for HORDE bands.  along with the 
mailing addresses is the news groups and email lists where they exist.  
right now this being the first installment and everything this is really 
inadequate.  if the band isn't on here i don't have info so send it to me.
if you see something that's wrong tell me i'll correct it.  i'm not sure how 
often i'll be putting this out.  if anyone has any ideas on makeing this run 
a little smoother let me know.  this is my first list so any help will be 
nice.  well now on with the list.  first thanks to everyone who has helped 
so far (with out knowing it).  first to Bruce Willner for giveing this little 
info to start with.  also to Ben Tanen, KeithD Martin, Christine M Sandvik, 
Nole Cole, Darren Cokin luke@rock.net, Dave Engleman, Dabe Murphy, and Eric 
Budke.  well here we go.

Allman Bros. Band
  
allman-request@world.std.com

Big Head Todd and The Monsters

  Big Head Todd and The Monsters
  po box 8005
  ste. 304
  boulder, CO 80306-8005

Blues Traveler
  
  Blues Traveler
  po box 181
  nyc, ny 10108

  (212) 582-8787

  blues-traveler-request@cs.umd.edu
  alt.music.blues-traveler
  bt-digest-request@rock.net for digest of news group

Dave Matthews Band

  subscribe via listproc@moose.uvm.edu in the message type subscribe minarets
  <your username>

The Hatters (fomally known as the Mad Hatters)

  The Hatters
  163 Amsterdam Avenue
  No.147
  New York, ny 10023-5001

  (212) 330-8343

HORDE

  email to "Majordomo@world.std.com":
    subscribe horde <your address>
  horde-digest-request@rock.net for digested form


God Street Wine
  
  GSW
  po box 475
  millwood, ny 10546-0475

  (914) 762-3697

  send email to finewine-request@world.std.com

Jambay

  jambay
  160 4th st.
  encinitas, ca 92024

  2 CDs available for $14 (each)

  jambay-request@rock.net in the message state weather you want direct mail
  or digest

Mystery Jones

  Mystery Jones
  c/o Jeff Gillman
  53 donnybrook road
  brighton, MA 02135

  (617) 783-4971

  $7 for latest demo.

  can be found on WWW at web page:
    http://sound.media.mit.edu/~kdm/mystery
  mystery-jones-request@media.mit.edu

phish

  phish
  po box 219
  lexinton, ma 02173

  (617) 862-7820

  info@phish.net or phish-request@phish.net
  rec.music.phish for the usenet group

Rusted Root

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	LISTSERV@dartmouth.edu
  With the contents (i.e. NOT the subject!)
	SUB RUSTNET firstname lastname
	SET RUSTNET REPRO


Samples

  the samples
  1085 14th st.
  suite 1157
  boulder co 80302

  samples-request@nyx.cs.du.edu  with a message stateing the name and email
  address for the person signing on.  the request must come from the same 
  account that is being added

Santana

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Soul Hat

  Sundance
  po Box 1661
  Austin, TX 78768

Spin Doctors

  spin doctors
  p.o. box 1027
  new york, ny 10276

  (718) 518-3210

  internet mailing list send the word INFO  to spins-request@well.com (that's
  what the tape says don't ask me)

  email spins-request@world.std.com for the discussion group

Widespread Panic

  Sam Lanier/ Brown Cat Inc.
  2351 college station rd.
  suite 504
  athens, GA 30605

  (706) 354-2586

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  body of message is (no quotes) "subscribe spreadnet your name"


Well that's all i have now.  i'll send another one out when i can get a
little more information.  please if you know something that isn't here or if
you see an error let me know at msweeney@muselab.ac.runet.edu.  thanks and 
keep grooveing


Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 10:31 PM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: 6/26/93 Full Story

This show is, indeed, from the Bayou in D.C. The tapes you have
probably followed from the tree,the first on this net (though not
the first completed :( 
The tapes were sndbrds offered up by the band.
Filler on set I is from 12-9-92.
Filler on set II is 10-5-93.
If anyone wants them and still doesn't have them, I have
the SBD analog master the band's management gave me to run the
tree with.
I'll be happy to spin copies for anyone who sends blanks (both
100 min!!!) and postage ($1.67 cheap; $2.90 priority) to me.


     Ellis "of Lemuria" Godard   jeg5s@virginia.edu
       P.O. Box 3240, Charlottesville, VA, 22903
  Graduate Program in Sociology, University of Virginia
FAQ File Administrator for rec.music.phish & phish-digest
     Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 10:36 PM Thursday, September 1, 1994
Subject: Crossroads CH Update

Well, I've been in twice now; the place looks _great_! The
bathrooms alone will wow you. New carpet. The two brick walls
separting the two areas to the side have been removed. The raised
platform that was behind the soundboard has been cut 80% in
length, leaving _much_ more dancing room in the hall. And, most
importantly, they have AC!! The bar arrangements are new, as
well, and I was told that there will be new tables and chairs.
Work is still proceedign as we speak (I was wrong about a
Thursday reggae show; thats next week), and it's all looking
grand to be done by the time TR3 hits the stage, in about 23
hours!

To note, there will be a DMB listening party, Monday, September
26, at Crossroads Concert Hall (804-295-8729) to "debut" UTTAD. I
t is unclear whether or not there will be a DMB show on Tuesday
the 27th, as was previously suggested in minarets.net; if there
is substantial interest, esp by those who would travel, I suggest
snail mail to Crossroads (or to the band; check R2T for address.)
Don't be harrassing; they're way busy enough. However, mild
encouragement from many pholks at once can have important
consequences in some events under some circumstances. :)


     Ellis "of Lemuria" Godard   jeg5s@virginia.edu
       P.O. Box 3240, Charlottesville, VA, 22903
  Graduate Program in Sociology, University of Virginia
FAQ File Administrator for rec.music.phish & phish-digest
     Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 3:06 PM Friday, September 2, 1994
Subject: 9/1/94 Dave @ HORDE

Hey fellow humans, notes...


DMB @ Jones Beach 9/1/94

Satellite
Rhyme & Reason
Ants Marching
Help Myself
Lie In Our Graves
Tripping Billies

Fun 'set' despite the general sameness of it.  Help Myself was a nice
'surprise'.  in the middle of Rhyme we noticed that a few people had gone to
the front of the stage, so we went up, from our seats about 30 rows back, and
the relatively nice security guard let us go on through, so we were dancing
in the front row, literally 5 feet from the band which was fun.

Dave broke his G string at the very beginning of Billies, and played the
guitar the whole time, which lead to some strange faces as dave tried to
figure out new ways to play some parts.

Everyone else was pretty good, but another great DMB related highlight was a
little jam on this super small stage while the screamin cheetah wheeles or
something were playing.  anyway, it started with the drummer and percussion
player from the allmans along with boyd and steffan.  this soon grew to
leroi, arnie lawrence, and john popper all jamming straight on one groove for
about half an hour.


"So long suckers!"
-Calvert DeForest

Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

**************************************************************************
*        "We shed a tear that one day we       *  --   Ben Sterling  --  *
*           may no longer need them."          * --  Nebuious@aol.com -- *
*                - Dave Matthews               *  --   New York, NY  --  *
**************************************************************************


Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 4:07 PM Friday, September 2, 1994
Subject: Upcoming New York Show

There's another Dave show in NYC!

Yippee, here are some specifics...

Roseland (239 West 52nd Street bet. 8th & B'way)

September 30th
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased from those ticketpeople as well as at
the Irving Plaza box office...

I don't know when the show is, but I'd imagine it says on the ticket and will
say it sometime soon on the hotline.

If any of you need more info on how to actually GET to Roseland if you don'
tknow the city well, I can give you some info.

I'm kinda surprised their playing Roseland... it is a club of much size.
 Blues Traveler played their new years shows last year.  Blind Melon played
there AFTER they got super popular.  Living Colour played there.  These
aren't huge acts, but at least for now in a different league of popularity
and name recognition.  It should be cool.

Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

**************************************************************************
*        "We shed a tear that one day we       *  --   Ben Sterling  --  *
*           may no longer need them."          * --  Nebuious@aol.com -- *
*                - Dave Matthews               *  --   New York, NY  --  *
**************************************************************************


Posted By: @uvmvm.uvm.edu:MFOR8178@URIACC.URI.EDU
Time/Date: 7:14 PM Friday, September 2, 1994
Subject: DMB show in providence

I just got the new Phoniex, and DMB is playing at Lupo's, on October 9.
>From Good Homes are opening.
FGH are an excellent band from New Jersey, very  folky, I believe they have
opened up shows at Trax and the Flood Zone for Dave.
Lupo's is part of the Met Cafe, which us DMB fanatics overwhelmed last time.
While the Met holds about 150 people legally(There were over 250 there)
Lupos holds close to 5 or 600. Pretty big place. Max Creek plays every weekend.
Rich Lupo owns both places, and you can enter the met from Lupo's.
Hope to see you all there.
Oh BTW, anyone know if Dave gives out press passes?
Later,
Mike


Posted By: lmorgan@uclink.berkeley.edu
Time/Date: 2:07 AM Saturday, September 3, 1994
Subject: thanks

Thanks to all who responded with info on the Bayou tape. This is certainly
a generous, helpful net to be a part of. Thanks again.
 
><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< joe & laura ><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <>< ><> <><


Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 8:08 PM Saturday, September 3, 1994
Subject: to tell or not to tell

I have a bit of a dilema here.

There is a board on AOL dedicated to DMB, and there are a good number of
people who read it (at least 8 or 10 post).

So the thing is, do I tell them about minarets?  On one hand, we'd get a few
new people, but on the other, probably an influx in people who really don't
know anything begging for tapes and talking about 'this cool CD i heard about
called Recently and stuff'... so it's your call.  Personally, I kind of like
the vibe in here right now ('this is a vibe alright, you can eat this one
with chopsticks!').

Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

**************************************************************************
*        "We shed a tear that one day we       *  --   Ben Sterling  --  *
*           may no longer need them."          * --  Nebuious@aol.com -- *
*                - Dave Matthews               *  --   New York, NY  --  *
**************************************************************************


Posted By: bkingswe@nyx10.cs.du.edu
Time/Date: 9:00 PM Saturday, September 3, 1994
Subject: Re: to tell or not to tell

Well, once the album comes out (sept 27, right?), and the first couple of 
singles make their way through the college charts (and maybe more), 
there's going to be a BIG rush on the net I think.  This is of course 
presuming our boys do hit it off.  But somehow, whether or not any of us 
do or don't want it to happen, I think most of the people on this net 
believe that it will happen.  Ok.. if that wasn't convuluded enough.  

All I meant to say was that most of us probably think they'll make it big, 
and when that happens, minarets will get crowded.

there.

Gotta remember to keep these things simple, brett.. :)

So, either see it as a practice run :), or wait till they find out about 
us along with everyone else. :)

take care,
brett

-- 
Brett Kingswell              
bkingswe@nyx.cs.du.edu / bmking@mail.wm.edu
to see..  what the madman sees.. in escaping..  the endless possibilities..
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