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September 1117, 1994

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Posted By: msweeney@rucs2.sunlab.cs.runet.edu
Time/Date: 3:31 PM Sunday, September 11, 1994
Subject: address list v2.0

hello
        welcome to the second 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 second 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.  first to Bruce Willner for forwarding most of the information in 
this to me and to everyone else who has sent me mail.  note the address 
change at the end.  some of you just forwarded mail last time to this 
account and that's where it's supposed to go for now.  I'm still waiting 
for them to unlock my other accout so if you mailed me at the 
muselab.ac.runet.edu account i might get your mail i might not so if you 
could mail it to this one it would be better.  should be at the permant 
address by next week though.  so here we go:

Acoustic Junction

  Acoustic Junction
  1360 River Road
  Clarksburg, MA 01247

  (413) 664-6314

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

Aquarium Rescue Unit

  Sherry Halton
  Views From The Tank
  P.O. Box 120186
  Nashville, TN 37217-0186

  (615) 320-7820

The Authority

  The Authority, Inc.
  9104 Third ave. 2nd fl.
  North Bergen, NJ 07047

  (212) 330-9071

Bela Fleck & The Flecktones

  Flecktone World HeadQuarters
  P.O. Box 91076
  Nashville, TN 37209

  alt.music.bela-fleck

Big Head Todd and The Monsters

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

  (303) 592-3700

Blindman's Holiday

  Blindman's Holiday
  P.O. Box 545
  Ithaca, NY 14851

  (607) 277-1283

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

  Dave Matthews Band
  P.O. Box 1911
  Charlottesville, VA 22903

  (804) 980-9636 press one for dave matthews band concert dates

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

God Street Wine

  GSW 
  Spring Valley Rd 
  Ossining NY 10562

  (914) 762-3697

  send email to listproc@netspace.org
    with the message subscribe finewine Your Name

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

Jambay
  (I also have an address in seatle for jambay anyone know what's right?)

  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

Omar Saeed Quintet

  647 Natoma St.
  San Fransisco, CA 94103

  (415) 431-3470

The Other Half

  The Other Half
  457 W. 57th ST.
  NY, NY 10019

  (212) 581-2882

Other People


  Other People
  Box 490
  Newell, NC 28126

  (919) 755-0132

Out of The Blue

  Out Of The Blue
  Calder Square
  PO Box 10292
  State College, PA 16805-0292

  (814) 867-7017

phish

  phish
  po box 219
  lexington, ma 02173

  (617) 862-7820

  phish-info-request@phish.net with the word subscribe in the mesage to 
  receive information on the band (tour dates, set lists, and other such 
  things)  
  phish-request@phish.net with the word subscribe in the message to receive
  a digest form of the news group.
  rec.music.phish for the usenet group

Rusted Root

  Rusted Root
  P.O. Box 10746
  Pittsburg, PA 15203

  (412) 488-rust

  To subscribe send an email message to:
	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

  santana-request@cats.ucsc.edu

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

  send email to listproc@netspace.students.brown.edu
  body of message is (no quotes) "subscribe spreadnet your name"
  
  The Panicle
  122 Carr's Hill
  Athens GA 30605

  $10.50 for 12 monthly issues.

Zero

  Zero
  P.O. Box 299
  Lagunitus, CA 94938


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@rucs2.sunlab.cs.runet.edu.  thanks 
and keep grooveing

matt sweeney


Posted By: cecliff@vt.edu
Time/Date: 7:26 PM Sunday, September 11, 1994
Subject: articles and interviews

as you all can see i've gotten this account finally working...

if there is anyone out there who has an article about the band, 
or an interview (on paper or on tape)...
send these things to me now.
NOW.

if you'd rather not take the effort of transcribing either of these things 
to send me email wise (lazy bums...) then feel free to send these things to 
me snmail.
my address is:
   clare emily clifford
609 north main street #5
blacksburg,virginia 24060 

and if absolutely necessecary (and you're willing to rack up $ to ma bell)
703.552.11819

once i've got the influx of articles in my possession and net-ready, i'll 
send out the whole file to the net. (alex, tell me if you think this might 
pose a problem)

smiles to all.. and my university of richmond account is still active and 
i'll be basically using it more often...  but still send all zany mail to 
either address...

clare emily
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'i was wondering where the ducks went when the lagoon got all 
icy and frozen over.  i wondered if some guy came in a truck and 
took them away to a zoo or something. or if they just flew away'

                    cecliff@vt.edu / cliffordc@urvax.urich.edu
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Posted By: WIFOY@DAVIDSON.EDU
Time/Date: 7:34 PM Sunday, September 11, 1994
Subject: TNMS

1) The National Midnight Star is still in existence and churning out much
mail for RushFans [tm].  To get the digest, send a message with subscribe as
the only text to rush-mgr@syrinx.umd.edu  .  It may take a few days since
that part of the list is not automated and last year the syrinx drive had
troubles.

2) The connection with me and REM's new disc and UTTAD is this: I will be one
POOR college student with two cool discs and a great weekend to show for my
money [ we have homecoming the weekend before].

3) Did anyone else notice, or did every cool band release an album this
month[ or at least just about every cool band] (i.e. DMB, Blues Traveler, the
Samples, REM, Widespread Panic...).  At this rate, I will not even be able to
pay my fraternity dues! Argh! 

I would not like to play with a fool holding a hand with a one-eyed jack of
spades, unless I was shooting the moon and I had the queen.
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             Go Heels!              Go Cats!            Go Braves!
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                               the strike sucks!  
       Phi Gamma Delta-Davidson(Delta Kappa)     iN ReaL lIFe:=will foy'96	
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Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 9:56 PM Sunday, September 11, 1994
Subject: Songs that need to be transcribed...

After EXTENSIVE research (i.e. 2 minutes going "uhhhhhhhhh this one") I have
come up with a list of 10 songs that really need to be transcribed.  I'm only
sending this to the list because (a) it's been dead the last few days (b) I'd
like to remind everyone of the curious statistic that of 21 people who
receive the chords file, only 5 people have ever transcribed a song...


Tripping Billies
Recently
Satellite (besides the intro)
Dancing Nancies
Rhyme & Reason
Spotlight
Eyes of The Maker
Drive In, Drive Out
Granny
True Reflections


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: ROH033.MAH76X@rohmhaas.com
Time/Date: 10:01 PM Sunday, September 11, 1994
Subject: 11/16/93

I don't know if there is a setlist file somewhere or not, but I need the
setlist for the subject show.  I could use the venue name too.

Thanks,
-Joe Doheny


Posted By: grayp@pinn.net
Time/Date: 10:34 PM Sunday, September 11, 1994
Subject: dave & tim 5-27-93 tree repost

to those who may be interested:

5-27-93 (not sure of the venue)-One Sweet World, Satellite, Recently, 
Typical Situation, Minarets, Dancing Nancies, Lie In Our Graves, Stream, 
Pay For What You Get, Warehouse, Help Myself, Tripping Billies, Christmas 
Song, Tim Jam, Two-Step, Granny, Ants Marching, Best Of What's Around, 
I'll Back You Up, Watchtower, So Much To Say, Angel From Montgomery.

This show is not 4-22 despite the similarity.  Sound quality is awesome 
(clone of the master dat).
If interested fill out the form and return to grayp@pinn.net by friday.

------cut here---------
name:
email:
surface mail:

telephone:
dat/cassette:
equipment:
# copies you can make (what format):
comments/questions:
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i'm with stupid->
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Posted By: msweeney@rucs2.sunlab.cs.runet.edu
Time/Date: 12:34 AM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: HELP VA FANS

well i've now really annoyed everyone on the concert committe here at school.

here is the deal.  as the first line indicates i'm on the concert 
committee here at Radford Univ.  (near VA TECH right on 81)  today I went 
to the second meeting.  Missed the first one.  I found out today that DMB 
is in our price range but only about four people on the comm.  have heard 
of them.  And since the first show has to do really well no one will 
listen to me when i go "but dave mattews....".  so here is my call to 
minarets.  how many of you guys would be willing to come the distance to 
Radford Univ. to see the guys.  The deal would be as such.  THe deadmon 
center(sp?) holds 23,000 people so we need a lot of people for this to work.
Average ticket prices are $14-15.  UM no ticket master.  also information 
desk (where tickets are sold) don't take phone orders (but with the 
management do that ticket thing i heard they do).  um i can't think of 
anything else.  If you think this is pointless let me know if you would 
come let me know and about how many people you would bring.  please only 
email me if you there is a real chance of you coming or if you think i'm 
just grasping at straws here (hey i've never seen them and can't find a 
ride to UVA [hint hint]).  oh yeah Radford is right on 81 first exit 
after christiansburg when your going south.  if I can get alot of address 
and interest from people I plan to take it to the next meeting in one 
week on the 18th.  well i guess i've rambled enough bye bye and sorry but 
I had to do this (we can't book phish or Blues Traveler so this is it).

matt


Posted By: msweeney@rucs2.sunlab.cs.runet.edu
Time/Date: 12:26 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: mistake about radford

after I posted the post about DMB at radford i got to thinking 23,000 is 
big really to big acctually.  so i did some checking.  as it turns out I 
was wrong.  according to some book my roomie has deadmon holds 5,000 for 
concerts.  now I swear hearing 23 something about capacity but the book 
says 5,000.  so if that makes a diffence let me know.

matt


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 12:44 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: 2 cents on 11/16/93

I tried to reply to this but it bounce, so  I figure I'd have to post it...
Sorry to fill up you boxes, but we've been so inactive lately guess it 
dont matter anyhow

On Sun, 11 Sep 1994, Joseph Edward Doheny wrote:

> 
> I don't know if there is a setlist file somewhere or not, but I need the
> setlist for the subject show.  I could use the venue name too.
> 
The possiblities for a setlist file has been discussed by a few netters, 
but so far none is in existence. The only help I can give you is this. 
If dave followed his normal Tues nite at Trax, Wed nite at flood Zone, 
you're show would be at Trax, (Charlottesville, Virginia) because I know 
ther3e was a 11-24-93 flood zone show. I can't confirm it, but a logical 
guess...
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Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 1:05 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: Re: mistake about radford

> after I posted the post about DMB at radford i got to thinking 23,000 is 
> big really to big acctually.  so i did some checking.  as it turns out I 
> was wrong.  according to some book my roomie has deadmon holds 5,000 for 
> concerts.  now I swear hearing 23 something about capacity but the book 
> says 5,000.  so if that makes a diffence let me know.
> matt


i think that makes a pretty big difference....Dave will not have nearly 
as much trouble filling 5000 seats as 23,000.....in fact, having Dave 
play at some venue that held 23,000 is a little ridiculus [even if it's 
in Virginia :) ]

a 5000 seat Dave show in Virginia would be a great idea.....

alex crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 1:12 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: Re: 2 cents on 11/16/93

> The possiblities for a setlist file has been discussed by a few netters, 
> but so far none is in existence. The only help I can give you is this. 

would a set list file even be appropriate for Dave Matthews?  a 
concentrated effort was made by me and a few others last year but i 
quickly faded from the project and have a feeling the others did as 
well.  Dave's setlists aren't varied enough [moreso these days obviously] 
to compile all his setlists.....IMHO.  This is not to say that someone 
with a real itching to do it shouldn't.  any input?

alex crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 2:14 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: Welcome message [updated]

here is the latest version of the welcome message [the message you get 
from listproc when you first subscribe]

does anyone have anything to add to this?  does anyone think something 
should be added?  you know, the whole gammet of questions that follows.  
Basically, does anyone have any changes, correction, additions or 
alterations?

clare, ben, gregg, rick, sir buford, blake...anyone?

alex crothers

/\/\/\//\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\START READING HERE/\//\/\/\\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

First off, let me just say a word about the above description....basically 
there is nothing above this line that is of any use to you as a list 
subscriber.  Please disregard the suggestion to change your password.  
I'd also pay no attention to its use.  The password is used in something 
called ILP (Interactive ListProctor).  ILP holds the statistics for this 
mailing list and nothing more. 

If you are a first time/new computer/email user then I'd suggest 
forgetting you ever heard of ILP...however, if you've got a bug to learn 
more, be my guest and check it out and more power to you.... but i doubt 
you'll find much that's useful..... 

To get *useful* things like a dave matthews FAQ, lyric file, interview, 
netter's list, chord file, ect....then read on.

By the way, my name is alex crother (jcrother@moose.uvm.edu) and if 
you ever have questions or need help contact me.  I want to make one 
last suggestion before we get to the good stuff: read this Welcome 
Message in its entirety.  It contains alot of helpful information 
that will save you and me a lot of grief down the road.

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/

WELCOME TO MINARETS.NET...the one and only place to become a 
Dave Matthews know it all.  Minarets Net was started at the University 
of Vermont and has recieved the help of many people.
 
Minarets uses a listproc system operator that is uniquely different from 
other mailing lists you may be familiar with.  All commands (ie 
subscribe, digestify, unsubscribe) are sent to the listproc address while 
posts are sent to the minarets address.  Although confusing at first it 
seems to been work out well in the long haul.  Things are always 
changing as I discover more about this system and as minarets/dmb grows.  Be 
patient.  If you have suggestion/questions/inqueries/knowledge, let me know.

To subscribe to minarets (which you just did, but in case you forgot) 
     send the message, "sub minarets YOUR NAME" to listproc@moose.uvm.edu

To digestify the list (after subscribing), send the message, "set 
     minarets mail digest" to the same listproc address.

	** to digestify means to 'bundle' every ten or so messages sent to 
	** minarets in one "digest" with a table of contents.  It's a personal 
	** preference but i'd suggest trying it and if you'd rather get each 
	** message as it's sent to minarets then just undigestify the list. 

To undigestify the list you must unsubscribe and subscribe again (a pain 
     in the ass i know--am working on something better)  However, this 
     can be done in one message sent to listproc.  Send the unsubscribe 
     message on one line and the subscribe message on the next.  Boom. 
     you're done.

To unsubscribe from minarets send the message, "unsub minarets" to 
    the same listproc address

/\/\/\/\/\\/\/\/\/\\/\/How Do I Get Shit From DMB?/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/

Management and Booking by Coran Capshaw for Red Light Management
PO Box 1911 
Charlottesville, VA 22903
804 971 8117

Merchandise and Ticket orders
PO Box 1911
Charlottesville, VA  22903
1 804 971 4829

  1 800 594 TIXX:
  Management has set up a special ticket hotline in their office.  Most, 
  but not necessarily all, tickets are available from the 1-800 number.  
  Dave Matthews Band, in an effort to keep ticket prices low and not have 
  to deal with Ticket Bastard (master), are selling tickets out of the 
  office.  Use this! It's a tremendous service that the band has set up to 
  serve its fans better.

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\How Do I Get DMB Files from Minarets?/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

INTERVIEW/ARTICLE File:
Clare emily Clifford
email: cecliff@vt.edu
   Containing all(?) Dave Matthews Band and related interviews and articles.

LYRICS File:
Rick Thompson, Gregg Carrier and Brett Horton
email: stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu
    Containing all(?) transcribed lyrics of DMB's songs.  The file is in 
    three parts: 1)Remember Two Things 2)Under the Table and Dreaming 3)All 
    other unreleased material.  Be sure to indicate which parts you want to 
    recieve.  

NETTER'S LIST File:
Gregg Carrier
email: stu_gcarrie@vax1.acs.jmu.edu 
    Containing a list of most(?) internet users employing Minarets Net.  
    Fill out one of these netter forms if you are a new subscriber to 
    minarets. The form just gives info about yourself so other new users can 
    know a little about others on minarets. 

FAQ(Frequntly Asked Questions) File:
Rick Thompson
email: stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu
    Containing a list of everything you would ever want to know (and 
    probably a little more) about the Dave Matthews Band.


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 5:18 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 282

>From: WIFOY@DAVIDSON.EDU
>3) Did anyone else notice, or did every cool band release an album this
>month[ or at least just about every cool band] (i.e. DMB, Blues Traveler, the
>Samples, REM, Widespread Panic...).  At this rate, I will not even be able to
>pay my fraternity dues! Argh!
>
let's not forget everything, rusted root's premier cd, new music from
peter gabriel, and a collaboration b/w the dude of life and phish due
out early next month.  also, edie brickell released new music this
month, and for people into industrial (not likely on this net, i know)
pop will eat itself released a new cd this month.

i just found out about everything and peter gabriel today.

____________________________________
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven\____________________________________ 
  to possess...plain common sense."  \     dave matthews band faq type
        --immanuel kant               \  person and lyrics extraordinaire
__________________________________     \_________________________________
                                  \   rick thompson
                                   \  <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
                                    \____________________________________


Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 5:39 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: UTTAD/jimithing/random thoughts...

i got my UTTAD album sampler today, and i just want to say that one of the most
impressive songs is WWYS with popper.
it was so unexpected, but it's absoulutely insane. (insane good.....)
i dunno maybe some of it has to do with the fact that i've always been a sucker
for a guy who can play the harmonica.. but i'm sure my opinion isn't biased
jsut because of that....

also.. i know last year we established teh jimithing/fallatio connection.. but
dave introduces this song (and frequently at shows of late) as: 
'this song is about getting hiiiggggggghhhhhh...'
so i thought i might introduce this as a topic of interest..
i'm not saying it's not about either subject, or only about one or the
other..(because obviously we can see the pertanance to each subject...)
i just thought i'd be spunky and provide a little net-forum.

smiles to all.. love and light..
clare emily
'racing turtles, the grapefruit is winning'


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          'oh i throw myself at your feet laughing...' -dmb #34

                  cecliff@vt.edu / cliffordc@urvax.urich.edu
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Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 5:40 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: venue sizes

just for reference this will help you make judgements on the size of
venues.  seems to me that a fair number of people might be interested
in knowing this, so that when they hear "such and such holds 8,000,"
they can get some idea of how big a place they are dealing with.

this will prolly start a small thread, because i'm a bit vague on these,
but it's a start.

100 == any bar specifically designed to bring in bands and play.  this is
       the sort of place that usually holds open mike nights.  the only
       examples i can think of right off hand are joker's and jm's here
       in harrisonburg and things like the metro (or whatever it's called)
       in richmond.  this is were bands start to make it out of frat
       houses (which kind of qualify in this category) and best freind's
       basements.  
800 == crossroads concert hall (TRAX--c'ville).  college town warehouse type
       gigs, where many bands really start to make there name.  phish was
       still playing at TRAX in 1991.
1000 == flood zone(richmond).  another college town warehouse type, but 
        in a bigger city.  there's really not much difference.  this 
        is also the size of any college auditorium.  NOT arenas, mind you, 
        but auditoriums.  usually the sort of thing where your school might
        bring in a high profile speaker.
5-6000 == redmon center, jmu convo center.  this is about the size of
       smaller school arenas.  this is about the size of arena any college
       with about 10000-12000 students is going to have.  also, fabulous
       fox in atlanta (great place), and the lexington horse center.
7-9000 == uhall, va tech, ur (robins center), patriot center (gmu).  this 
          is for larger schools like uva and tech which have about 20000 
          people.  also, red rocks, i believe.
10-15000 == city arenas such as richmond coliseum, us air arena (cap center),
          and hampton coliseum.  most pavilions/amphitheatres such as 
          richmond classic (12k), merriweather (14k) and walnut creek, 
          raleigh (14k).  above about 16000, i believe, your starting to 
          get into baseball and football stadiums.  the larger the market,
          the bigger the stadium.  

i realize all of these venues are virginia specific, but most of the people
on this net are va specific, and i feel i've given a good enough description
to let people know what i'm talking about (that is, if i know what i'm talking
about).  at any rate, 23000 is HUGE.  i have no doubt that one day dave might 
be able to sell out a 23k venue on a nye show or something, but the first 
half of u2's zooropa tour was still being held in places like hampton 
coliseum (see 9k), though the second half of that tour was topping out 
40k and 50k in some places, if i'm not mistaken.

____________________________________
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven\____________________________________ 
  to possess...plain common sense."  \     dave matthews band faq type
        --immanuel kant               \  person and lyrics extraordinaire
__________________________________     \_________________________________
                                  \   rick thompson
                                   \  <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
                                    \____________________________________


Posted By: mxgall@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 6:23 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: UTTAD Date...

    Just as a side note, in addition to REM, God Street Wine and Big
Head Todd and the Monsters also have releases scheduled for the 27th.
If anyone has yet to hear GSW (they really don't travel too far
south), I HIGHLY recommend giving them a listen.  I'd probably call
them the NY eqivalent of DMB.  (Just putting out their first "real"
nation-wide album...already have a huge word-of-mouth-based
following...Sell out most NYC venues...etc...).

                                                        --Mike


Posted By: mxgall@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 9:03 PM Monday, September 12, 1994
Subject: UTTAD Date...

    Just a side note...in addition to REM and DMB, God Street Wine
and Big Head Todd and the Monsters have releases set for the 27th.
For those who haven't given GSW a listen, I HIGHLY recommend
checking them out (they don't make it south very often).  I'd probably
describe them as the NY equivalent of DMB (just about to release
their first "big" album...sell out just about anyplace in NYC...large
word-of-mouth following...mostly known for floating boots...etc).

                                                        --Mike


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 12:02 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Re: 2 cents on 11/16/93

On Mon, 12 Sep 1994, J. A. Crothers wrote:

> would a set list file even be appropriate for Dave Matthews?  a 
> concentrated effort was made by me and a few others last year but i 
> quickly faded from the project and have a feeling the others did as 
> well.  Dave's setlists aren't varied enough [moreso these days obviously] 
> to compile all his setlists.....IMHO.  This is not to say that someone 
> with a real itching to do it shouldn't.  any input?

I think it would be appropriate just because I know I have a few tapes 
that are unlabeled and/or mislabeled. Obviously it would be a hard 
project, but I think it would be worth it for at least old tapes when the 
setlists did vary. Nowadays with trees and such it is easier to keep 
correct dates on tapes, but IMHO looking at, for example, random Trax 92 
tapes or something would be helpful/interesting.....

Maybe a pre R2T setlist file or something....
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Posted By: campb_c@cs.odu.edu
Time/Date: 1:45 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Re: 2 cents on 11/16/93

On Tue, 13 Sep 1994, Sir Buford wrote:

> that are unlabeled and/or mislabeled. Obviously it would be a hard 
> project, but I think it would be worth it for at least old tapes when the 
> setlists did vary. Nowadays with trees and such it is easier to keep 
> correct dates on tapes, but IMHO looking at, for example, random Trax 92 
> tapes or something would be helpful/interesting.....
> 
> Maybe a pre R2T setlist file or something....

well...you and I've discussed it...

I think we should get together some weekend and start it (I like the 
title Warehouse for the file)...I think between the two of use we have 
a good sampling of years and a 100 hours or so.

I like the idea of including wierd tidbits of Davetalk and between song 
banter and anecdotes at the end of each setlist.  That will also help 
people lable some of those mislabled 92's that seem to float around.

deeez nuts,
Blake

p.s.  you're the man...


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 2:33 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Re: UTTAD Date...

On Mon, 12 Sep 1994, Gallan Michael wrote:
>     Just as a side note, in addition to REM, God Street Wine and Big
> If anyone has yet to hear GSW (they really don't travel too far
> south), I HIGHLY recommend giving them a listen.  I'd probably call
> them the NY eqivalent of DMB.  (Just putting out their first "real"
> nation-wide album...already have a huge word-of-mouth-based
> following...Sell out most NYC venues...etc...).

	just want to clear this up incase anyone read it like i 
did....as far as GSW being the NY equivalent of DMB, i believe Mike meant 
just the logistic [first nation-wide album, word-of-mouth, ect...] 
aspects between the bands and not the sound/muisc.  When i first read the 
message, it caught me off-guard and i thought to myself, "GSW doesn't 
sound very much like DMB" but after reading it again i figured it all 
out.  not sure if this has a point but oh well.

alex crothers


Posted By: chobbs@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 4:53 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: warehouse...setlist file

i was just thinking about all the quirky souls out there that pride 
themselves on knowing random tidbits of live music facts.  setlists and 
crazy coments at specific shows being way up there on the fav types of 
knowledge to possess. ( "there are 1000 things to eat other than cheese"  
Dave in a crazy voice after Jimmything this summer ..brown's island.)
It's also a given that this type of blessed chatter helps identify 
unlabeled tapes.  Even knowing that the setlists haven't varied much to 
speak of recently, i still think a setlist file would be used.  
(especially if the band gets as big as we think it will and its in a form 
that can be printed and binded way in the future and sold to the quirky 
souls ..like a DEAD BASE say)
I know i have lost my fair share of bets about what was played or said 
when ... and i wouldnt have if i'd had a file to check.  (horrible bets 
like ill do anything you ask whenver you ask it because i KNOW ..but i 
didnt).

MY point.. the setlists will start to vary as dmb gets bigger.  They cant 
play multiple nights at the same venue and play the same songs all the 
time.   If we start a file now ..itll be all that more complete.  SO, if 
enough other people feel similarly ..who's got the motivation to get it 
going? I'll help all i can.
catherine


Posted By: Rsr3078@aol.com
Time/Date: 5:23 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Dave Tapes

Hey.  I'm looking for some Dave boots to trade.  Specifically the July 2?
concert they played in Charlotte NC at the Metrolina Expo.  Also looking for
HORDE concerts.  If anyone has some to trade e-mail rsr3078.  Thanks
alix


Posted By: JTNIETHA@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 9:41 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Dave video

With all this talk about the new album I thought I'd throw in a little question
for y'all to ponder on.  If Dave were to come out with a video what would be
the best approach????
I figure I'll throw in my opinion first.  First of all I know MTV sucks in the
way they do their programming.  Putting the best two show on at midnight
(Alternative Nation and 120 Minutes) and some of the songs they choose for Buzz
Clips.  Anyway, I think the best idea by far for a Dave video would be a live
show which would show the incredible talents of each of the members of the
band.  I know it's not very original but I think it would attract more
listeners..(I hesitate in saying that because I'm one of those who wants
the band to make it but also likes the small shows.)  I know some of you think 
Boyd is too Commercially but, for me and others that I know, when I saw the
band in concert for the first time and Boyd went wild along with the way the
band worked together I developed a greater appreciation for the band.  You
can't dispute the fact that Boyd catches the eyes of many new viewers.  
Therefore a live video would attract new people to listen more and eventually
discover the unity of the band and the characteristic of each member along
with what they contribute. 

						Jason


Posted By: CONJURAEM@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 10:08 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Any extra tix to Floodzone floating about?

	Well as many of you know the show at the Floodzone on the 28th of
September sold out last night in about an hour, so I heard.  So already, less
than 24 hours later the grovel begins.....Any one with an extra ticket.  For 
some one who loved the Dave Matthews Band back when people answered
"What do you think of the Dave Matthews Band?"  with "Dave who?"
Some of you know me....and if you have a ticket you are probably laughing 
at my thinking that getting one today (Tuesday) was possible, but we all win 
some and in this case we all lose some too.  If you have any info or possible
leads as to where to get an extra, send me a message.  Thanks for 
listening....

emily
conjuraem@urvax.urich.edu


Posted By: mxgall@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 10:32 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: UTTAD Date (again)...

    My apologies for the stutter, I'm working on it!


                                        --Mike


Posted By: axvann@minerva.cis.yale.edu
Time/Date: 10:37 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: Multiple thoughts/questions/offers/grovels

Once again, I have a few things to say.

1. There's still one person out there who hasn't answered my offer for 
the Dave/Tim 8-25-94 Birchmere show. I don't know who you are. Sorry.

2. Because the taping and trading has been smoother than anticipated, I 
would like to offer this show once again to any of the friendly folks on 
the net. The quality is great, except that the clapping at the beginning 
and end of each song is loud, since my friend couldn't put his mike on a 
stand. But it doesn't bother me too much, and I trust it won't bother you 
too much either (especially after you hear Tim play on Tripping Billies- 
wow). If you wish to trade for this tape, I ask the following-

Please be willing to trade for more than one tape- it seems a waste to 
set up a trade for a single tape.

Please have some hi-q of anything (doesn't have to be DMB) to offer. I do 
have things to offer in return.

If you wish to reply, please send a tape list with your request. I'll 
quickly return the favor.

If ANYONE can tell me where I can find a decent tape of the Phish 4-20 
Lexington show, please let me know? Isn't Shelly on this net? Anyone? 

Sorry for the shameless grovel. A few more random musings, since I'm not 
quite ready to read that Plato yet. First, someone recently posted 
something in reference to the topic of Jimi Thing. I had always thought 
that perhaps Jimi Thing was the name of a bong, since the song is about 
smoking up. The line about "take a taste of what's below" is what 
led me to believe this. Maybe it's only my somewhat bizarre group of 
friends that name their bongs. 
Also- has anyone ever done a study of favorite shows, or versions of 
songs, by DMB? I'd be happy to take thoughts on this and compile them if 
there's enough interest- it seems a helpful tool in tape trading. Let me 
know (my votes will go to 5-31-93 at Zollman's).
That's it. The ancient philosophers beckon.

				-Adam


Posted By: MEDICUS@UNIVSCVM.CSD.SCAROLINA.EDU
Time/Date: 11:17 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: dmb and others

i was wondering if anybody knew of a dmb fall tour in the south.  with the  new
 release coming up i would expect them to be promoting their big album.  let me
 know what is going on.  also i noticed someone talking about some other groups
 on the minarets address.  everything was mentioned.  i have a e mail address f
or everthing but it does not work.  is there another adress, let me know.  fina
lly are there any other mailing lists for bands such as big head todd, widespre
ad, or the black crowes.  just interested and would like to hear about other tr
ees or lists.  thanks mark dicus.


Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:35 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: tickets

wow! i am actually kinda surprised that the flood zone did sell
out because the crossroads listening party thing went on sale at
midnight last night (and there was quite a line) and by 1pm today
there were still tickets left and i don't even think it sold out
by day's end either.  the uva amphitheatre tix haven't gone all
THAT  quickly.  intersting . . . 


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 11:49 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: the true meaning of jimi thing is...

...whatever you want it to be.  if there's anything i proudly gave up
as i was younger, it was trying to explain mysterious song lyrics in
a way that will make other people understand what i'm thinking.  i
realized when i started writing my own music and people started trying
to interpret it, then trying to convince me that _i_ wrote a song
because of such-and-such, i realized it's a trivial waste of time, 
because we're never really going to figure out what the writer had
in mind.  
personally, the first thing that comes to mind for me with jimi thing
is felacio (sp?), but that's because i'm always hearing about people
making the connection.  underneath, though, it has a meaning of such
depth that dave would laugh in my face (and so would this net) if
i took the time (and believe me, we'd need a lot of it) to explain
it.  

i think this is why i tend to be so hyped up on phish, these days.
with phish, i don't have to worry about interpretting lyrics.  
what's there to interpret: "david bowie!!!!david bowie!!!!!"
or "scent of a mule, ya better watch out where you go, take those
laser beams away..."
kinda let's me get lost in the music without trying to come up
with sentimental meanings for poetry and lyrics i had no part in
creating.  though, i admit it is sometimes really easy to figure
out what a person is trying to say: "shiny happy people holding
hands..."
obviously there will be some disagreement on this particular post.
i guess what this two page tirade is trying to say is: don't tell
me what a song means.  tell me what it means to you.  and i think
that is a good rule to live by.  (there.  i think i've justified
myself...:)
____________________________________
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven\____________________________________ 
  to possess...plain common sense."  \     dave matthews band faq type
        --immanuel kant               \  person and lyrics extraordinaire
__________________________________     \_________________________________
                                  \   rick thompson
                                   \  <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
                                    \____________________________________


Posted By: brichar1@Emerald.tufts.edu
Time/Date: 11:57 PM Tuesday, September 13, 1994
Subject: SOME OTHER GOOD BANDS!!!

Hey everyone, Hope everything is good on that end.  I'm writing to let 
you know about a new compilation disc that just surfaced.  Over the last 
nine months, I put together a compilation of 14 bands from all over the 
country, called "The Wiggly Compilation".

It started with my love for Phish, DMB, Blues Traveler, and this band 
the Omar Saeed Qunitet who absolutely blew mw away.  I went searching for 
some new stuff that was lurking out there.  The result is much better 
than I ever thought it would be.

Two of the bands have played the HORDE, and 8 have been featured in Relix.
I had tried to get DMB for the disc, but they were signed only
a few days before, (could have been cool).  

Here's a quick list of the bands :

Planet Be (Boston) - great guitar harmonies, great songs
White Buffalo (Georgia) - HORDE 93, funky shtuff and great vocals
Jambay (San Diego) - HORDE 94, improvisation galore, unbelievable musicians
Band du Jour (Boulder) - Allman like, and yet real original
Spacefish (Arizona) - Very eclectic band, with funny lyrics, and great jams
The Other Half (NYC) - New York groove stuff, with great vocals and movement
Out of the Blue (Penn) - 8 piece band with an original sound and good percs.
Moe (Buffalo) - Very interesting band, semi-Phishy, lots of parts, improv
Blue Miracle (DC) - real hot band with lots of influecnes, latino, southern
Mexican Mud Band (NYC) - funk, jazz, rock, groove tunes
Other People (NC) - psychedlic sounds with great organs and guitars
Omar (SF) - Great original sound, very original tunes, great stuff
Supplication (Dallas) - jazz-rock-southern with a trumpet, a great band
Sons of Papaya (Syracuse) - sax-saga\lyrics, very original and jamming

That's a quick description of the bands.

If you want more info about the disc please write back to me, or if you 
can't wait to get it , the best way to do that is to send a check for $12
to			ColorWater Productions
			    28 Melby Lane
			Roslyn, New York 11576

The disc has a ten page booklet with lots of info about the bands and is 
72 minutes long in case you were wondering.

Take care and keep on enjoying,
Brian


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 2:30 AM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: Re: Dave video

Well my thoughts are more about the dave videotape I have seen, but a 
music video would be cool, esp if treated like Phish's Down With Disease 
(cuz I haven't seen it yet..)

the videotape (i guess bootleg vidoetape) I have seen is FloodZone 92ish 
(i forgot the date labled) and was filmed from both sides of the balcony 
and the floor. TO me it sounds like Dave announces everything in Dutch 
(he did spend a lot of time in Amsterdam, you know) and has a lot of cool 
shit. I borrowed it from someone I have not seen in a while, but I was 
just curious if anyone had had the privelidge of seeing this video. If I 
can find it again maybe it'll be th first Dave vidoe tree..

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Posted By: axvann@minerva.cis.yale.edu
Time/Date: 11:23 AM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: Re: Dave video

Sorry to do this, but no more tape offers. I've gotten 7 since 11 pm last 
night. And thanks for all the 4-20 offers. I can't say enough about the 
wonderful people on this net group. I'll try to post another tape offer 
sometime soon- I should be getting the board feed up here in New Haven on 
Oct. 3.
					-Adam


Posted By: cbs8e@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 2:17 PM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: need i.d. on song

     I just borrowed a tape from Karl yesterday and there was a song on it
that none of the three of us recognized.  The tape was from a DKE party here
at UVA in 1992 (sorry , the exact date was not on the tape).  Dave introduces
the song saying, "This is: The Closer I Get."  The words were fairly
indiscernable.  I'll post the few words I did catch later.  Any ideas?

     Adam


Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 6:41 PM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: Warehouse thing/question/help me i'm babling

Warehouse... what a good name.  Since it's generally agreed upon that even at
their height of different setlists, they still weren't all that surprising
each night, so the idea of putting nuggets of information (mmmm... nuggets...
mcdonalds.... 9 piece...) between each setlist... maybe it could also be
pretty varied in its information.  the setlist/davespeak part could just be a
portion, maybe a whole section of compiled Nancies strangeness, or a listing
of which recently's have a 'pretty pretty girl' jam... woa, i'm getting
carried away.  but i'm sure there are a ton of things that could be added to
make it more random and scatterbrained... to make it more of a warehouse of
dusty information.

'brother sister...'
that's the name of a brand new heavies album too. and a song on the album.
 not that anyone cares.

by the way, since i'm already rambling, let me ask you virginia.net.gods...
what song used to have the sometimes intro-jam with the basic idea of "some
people do... some people don't... some people do... some people don't..."
then he lists all the things that some people like to do and some don't.  was
it recently? or billies?

Jimi Thing... ahhhhhhhh screw it.  :)
I'll just let you guys do the work.  But just to get you started... Jimi
thing... two words: cottage cheese. discuss.

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: Rsr3078@aol.com
Time/Date: 8:20 PM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: A few ????'s

Howdy Dave fans!
I've just got a few basic questions.  First of all I always hear so much
about Dave's background, but what about Boyd, Carter ect.?
Where are they from, how did the band originate and exactly when did it
begin?????   Also when the new cd comes out later on this month will I be
able to get it by calling the merchandise line that I got my other 2 Dave's
by calling?? No stores around hear carry Dave.  And lastly, anyone interested
in trading??  Ive got @ 9 to trade and always looking for more.  So if you've
got some good stuff let me know.(Rsr3078)  Well hope to talk to you soon
alix


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 10:19 PM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: a dave video

i think they should dress up as the cure, use computer graphics to
put them all on a water fountain in an elementary school somewhere in
eastern south dakota, and play satellite (after her).

but maybe that's just me.

____________________________________
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven\____________________________________ 
  to possess...plain common sense."  \     dave matthews band faq type
        --immanuel kant               \  person and lyrics extraordinaire
__________________________________     \_________________________________
                                  \   rick thompson
                                   \  <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
                                    \____________________________________


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 10:19 PM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 284

>From: "Catherine E. Hobbs" <chobbs@liberty.uc.wlu.edu>
>that can be printed and binded way in the future and sold to the quirky
>souls ..like a DEAD BASE say)                        ^^^^

i'm sorry, but due to the offensive nature  of your post, i'm forced
to ostricize you.   thpppppppppppt.  there, you've been ostricized.
now, no more talk about the band selling out.  (too many people, some-
times myself included, are too inclined to say they already have--so
SHUT UP!!!!)


:):):):):):):)

____________________________________
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven\____________________________________ 
  to possess...plain common sense."  \     dave matthews band faq type
        --immanuel kant               \  person and lyrics extraordinaire
__________________________________     \_________________________________
                                  \   rick thompson
                                   \  <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
                                    \____________________________________


Posted By: BWhitman@aol.com
Time/Date: 10:30 PM Wednesday, September 14, 1994
Subject: Dave video...

While we're on the topic of what sort of Dave video would be cool, I thought
you might be interested in knowing that I do have a Dave video; it came with
the promo package for UTTAD. It's got a couple concerts pieced together of
them doing 'Tripping Billies'. Its pretty damn cheesy, if you ask me - the
voice isn't synched in some parts, and there's this hilarious slo-mo sequence
of Boyd doing the solo. It, of course, shows the obligatory smiley-happy
neo-hippie crowd (this video is supposed to go to concert halls who are
looking for acts) and it gives me a hoot every time I view it. Oh well, just
my 2 cents.

Brian Whitman
bwhitman@aol.com


Posted By: jeg5s@faraday.clas.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 1:09 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Maker Lyrics

I didnt realize that the lyrics to some of these older songs
haven't been transcribed.

This is "The Maker" (aka "Eyes of the Maker"). Not sure who's
song it is, but Michael Hedges does a very clean version of it,
where you can actually understand all of the lyrics (but I can't
figure out which of 300 that's filler on, so clarity'll have to
wait).  Jerry Garcia Band also covers it, as they did in Richmond
last year.

I transcribed this on one listen through of the 12-9-92 version
that is filler on set two of 6-26-93, as released by the band for
the tree offered here.  (BTW, I've mailed all the blanks I
received, and apologetically cannot do any more, since I am
starting to get the beginning of the flood of blanks for the
newbie offer I made on the Phish net.)

Anyway, here's my attempt... maybe your listen through can move
this along. No reason we can't finish the lyrics file -- at least
in terms of having a rough guess -- in the next couple of weeks.
What we can't piece together, the band might help with; there
have helpful and insightful instances which began with members of
Phish laughing at some of what was in the phish.net's lyrics
file, and then pointing out some corrections.  Actually, I sat
with Boyd and a small group at Miller's last night (to hear Corey
Harris' delta blues, which I highly recommend, but I digress) and
should have asked him about these lyrics, but I digress. Here
they are:

Oh, oh, the deep water
Like a whole life amight?
I stand with balls at open
I run and twist in the night
I'm a stranger in the eyes of the maker

I could not see for the fog in my eyes,
I could not feel for the fear in my life.
>From across the great divide
In the distance I saw the light
Jump back to you walking to me with the maker.

My body and the _____ broken.
My arms are dead and dresses (?)
I can work the fields of Abraham
I'm torn by the ____
I'm not a stranger in the eyes of the maker.

While the ___ have you seen my oldest daughter? (?)
Standing here with broken dreams (?)
I have seen the flame I can (?)
There over East of Eden (?)
Burning in the eyes of the maker
Burning in the eyes of the maker (then short Leroi bit)
Burning in the eyes of the maker (Leroi/Boyd bit)
Burning in the eyes of the maker (Leroi/Carter start to take off)
(Leroi, then all pull together; no more vocals)

so... what did *you* hear?

-- 
Ellis * jeg5s@virginia.edu * POB 3240, Charlottesville,VA 22903
      "Sophisticated technology makes the superstitious
       and irrational seem reasonable."--Abbie Hoffman
-- Graduate student, UVA Dept. of Sociology
-- Administrator for rec.music.phish FAQ File
       Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: Jeremy.M.Welsh.13@nd.edu
Time/Date: 1:31 AM Thursday, September 14, 1994
Subject: October 31!

Anyone on the net,
        I just found out a few hours ago that DMB is tentatively scheduled
Halloween night to play at the U of Notre Dame, where I go to school.  Does
anyone know of this date, and if so, is this info correct?  I am rather
excited at the moment, but still a little hesitant because Dave is worried
about coming out that Monday night.  That is the day we return from fall
break, and I guess they are worried about attendance.  I know there will be
at least one Domer there - me!  Just get in contact with me personally if
anyone knows anything about anything.
        Thanks!

jeremy


"Eat, drink, and be merry/ for tomorrow we die. "
        -DMB


Posted By: MAH76X@rohvm1.rohmhaas.com
Time/Date: 10:21 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Maker

"The Maker" is a song written by, I beleive, Daniel Lanois.  I've got his
two commercially released discs, there could be more?  The Maker is on the
first.  It's called Acadie (or something close to it).  It is, imho, a worthy
cd :-).

-Joe Doheny


Posted By: X51A@vm.stlawu.edu
Time/Date: 11:01 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Boston Show 8/5/94

        If anyone has a good quality boot of the August 5 show
at the Paradise Rock Club, Boston, I would be very interested in
trading!  I have some old and new tapes to trade.


                                                 Thanks-

                                                      JB



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Posted By: @mwbbmsg.attmail.com:rie!4399
Time/Date: 11:10 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Re: dave & tim 5-27-93 tree repost

FYI, the Dave and Tim tape being treed is 5/27/93 at Live Arts performance 
hall in Charlottesville.  Shannon Worhl opened up.
Christopher


Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:16 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Re: Repeats at Shows

> From: "Catherine E. Hobbs" <chobbs@liberty.uc.wlu.edu>
> 
> MY point.. the setlists will start to vary as dmb gets bigger.  They cant 
> play multiple nights at the same venue and play the same songs all the 
> time.

Why not? Spin Doctors do (or did). Blues Traveler played similar setlists at
Trax all three shows.

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: gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:17 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: The Maker Lyrics

     I think The Maker is by Daniel Lanois (sp?)...yep???

     Anyway, I think the lyrics might be something more like this.  I'm
writing this completely from memory, as I'm not at home right now, but I had
the song running through my head the other day...

Oh, deep water
Black and cold as the night
I stand with eyes(arms?) wide open 
I've run a twisted mile
I'm a stranger in the eyes of the maker

I could not see for the fog in my eyes
I could not feel for the fear in my life
>From across the great divide
In the distance I saw the light
John Baptiste walking to me with the maker

My body is bent and broken
By long and dangerous seas [i don't remember this line?]
I can work the fields of Abraham
And turn my head away
Not a stranger in the eyes of the maker

Brother John, have you seen the homeless daughter
Standing there, with broken dreams
I have seen the flaming sword
There over east of Eden
Burning in the eyes of the maker
Burning in the eyes of the maker.....

     Like I said, this is from memory, and I'm not sure the verse order is
right, but I think that most of the lyrics are.
                       gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu


Posted By: SPICE@DICKINSON.EDU
Time/Date: 11:45 AM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Grovel...

my first dave show was the first sunday of july in 1992 (the 5th, i think?) 
and it was at the lime kiln arts center in lexington, va.  i would *love love 
love* a tape of this show if anyone has one.  there weren't all that many 
people there, as i recall, but someone might have made a tape.  all i 
remember is that i really enjoyed the show, despite not having heard any of 
their songs before.  so if anyone has a july 5, 1992 tape from lime kiln in 
big lex, please let me know.  merci, merci!

reid


Posted By: wmc8s@darwin.clas.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 1:42 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Re: Maker Lyrics

Actually, these are the lyrics to the Maker that I always thought
were so...I have quite a few extremely clear copies of this song,
so here goes...

Oh Deep water
Black and cold like the night
I stand with arms wide open
A long and tested mile 
I'm a stranger in the eyes of the maker

I could not see for the fog in my eyes
I could not feel for the fear in my life
>From across the great divide, 
In the distance I saw the light,
John Baptist walking to me, with the Maker

My body is bent and broken
By a long and dangerous sea
I can work the fields of Abraham
And turn my head away
I'm not a stranger 
In the eyes of the Maker

Brother John, have you seen the homeless (hopeless) daughter,
Standing here with broken dreams
I have seen the flaming sword
There, over East of Eden
Burning in the eyes of the Maker

Burning in the Eyes of the Maker
Burning in the eyes of the Maker
Burning in the Eyes of the Maker


---Transcribed From 6-9-92 at Trax---

The line "a long and tested mile" might also be "I've run a
twisted mile.


OOPS!!!!  This is from the Election night show--I got my decks
confused...11-2-92.  SORRY.


Just trying to help out, let me know if there are any other songs
that need to be lyricized.

Wade


Posted By: mmakunas@Emerald.tufts.edu
Time/Date: 1:43 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: DMB and WWW

Has there ever been any thought about putting together a WWW home page 
for DMB? If there has, where is it or where will it be? If not I'd be 
willing to set one up if no-one objects. 

-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-Mike Makunas-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-
"This species has  | mmakunas@emerald.tufts.edu |"There's no way to
amused itself to   |  mmakunas@jade.tufts.edu   |delay that trouble
death"  -R. Waters | World Wide Web home page:  |coming every day" -FZ
-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-| http://www.tufts.edu/~mmakunas |-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-


Posted By: MO12292@conrad.appstate.edu
Time/Date: 2:11 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: tape id please!

Hello all,
    This is my first post to the net after lurking around for a long enough 
time.  Minarets.net has turned out to be a really nice place!  Ok, my point is 
this.  I got this tape about two years ago from a friend who said that it 
kicked ass but that is all she could tell me about it.  Let me describe 
some of the Dave ramblings and maybe someone can give me a date and venue 
name.  It is at some kind of outdoor festival, Dave says something like,
"It is such a lovely spring day and I just discovered that I don't perspire 
beginnings of my collecting DMB tape?  I have one other tape that was my second
tape, also from the same clueless person, without a date.  It is from Athens,
Ga right after R2T came out.  There is an "Angel From Montgomery" dedicated 
to the Athens crew.  
            Any help would be appreciated, personal email is fine.
                        Maggie Ogden      mo12292@conrad.appstate.edu
 
sorry about the length!


Posted By: jeg5s@faraday.clas.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 2:52 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Three more songs for Lyrics File

More lyrics, from the jacket insert to R2T. Not sure why they're
not in the lyrics file; the disc came out last November 9. But,
Rick (i think it was Rick) said these are missing, so here's they
is.....
        
        Tripping Billies

We were above
You were standing underneath us
We were not yet lovers
Dragons weer smoked
Bumblebees were stinging us
I was soon to be crazy

Eat, drink, and be merry
For tomorrow we die
'Cause were tripping billies

We're wearing nothing
Nothing but our shadows
Shadows falling down on the beach sand
Remembering once,
out on the beaches we were
Pineapple grass bracelets

So why would you care
Tog get out of this place  [Charlottesville? :)]
You and me and all our friends
Such a happy human race
'Cause we're tripping billies

We are all sitting
Legs crossed round a fire
My yellow flame she dances
Tequila drinking oh our
Minds will wander
To wonderous places

So why would you care
To get out of this place
You and me and all our friends
Such a happy human race

Eat, drink, and be merry
For tomorrow we die
--------------------------------------

        Recently

Recently I've been
All of content and dreaming I have been
'Cause I been lately seeeing
Quite a bit of this woman live on my street

People stare and we just ignore everything
People stare and we just ignore them
And they go away, go away

She comes to me
I watch her drink
I watch her comb her hai
Both say that we never before have
Felt as recently

People stare and we just ignore
What's the use in hiding out
She says all the time
Let their eyes do the worrying about

She and me go to pladces quiet
Where we are quite alone
Kiss and we hold together
We will be until we're done

People stare and we just ignore
What's the use in hiding out
She says all the time
Let their eyes do the worrying about

Both say that we never before
Never before have felt as recently
People stare and we just ignore everything
People stare and we just ignore them
And they go away, go away

---------------------------------------------

        Satellite

Satellite in my eyes
Like a dimanond in the sky
How I wonder
Satellite strung from the moon
And the world your balloon
Peeping Tom for the mother station

Winter's cold spring erases
And the calm away by the storm is chasen   [cool word!]
Everything good needs replacing
Look up, look down all around, hey satellite

Satellite headlines read
Someone's secrets you've seen
Eyes and ears have been
Satellite dish in my yard
Tell me more, tell me more
Who's the kind of your satellite castle?

Winter's cold spring erases
And the calm away by the storm is chasen
Everything good needs replacing
Look up, look down, all around, hey, satellite
Rest high above the clouds; no restriction
Television we bounce 'round the world
And while I spend these hours
five sense reeling
I laugh about the weatherman's satellite eyes

Satellite in my eyes
Like a diamond in the sky
How I wonder
Satellite strung from the moon
And the world your balloon
Peeping Tom for the mother station

Winter's cold spring erases
And the calm away by the storm is chasen
Everything good needs replacing
Look up, look down, all around, hey, satellite

Rest high above the clouds; no restriction
Television we bounce 'round the world
And while I spend these hours
five sense reeling
I laugh about the weatherman's satellite eyes


enjoy,
ellis

-- 
Ellis * jeg5s@virginia.edu * POB 3240, Charlottesville,VA 22903
      "Sophisticated technology makes the superstitious
       and irrational seem reasonable."--Abbie Hoffman
-- Graduate student, UVA Dept. of Sociology
-- Administrator for rec.music.phish FAQ File
       Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: jeg5s@faraday.clas.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 3:06 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Maker update

Charlie Whitacker says its a Dan Lanois song, "from N'orlns and
is some kinda ultra Hip singer-songwriter." Yah! :)


-- 
Ellis * jeg5s@virginia.edu * POB 3240, Charlottesville,VA 22903
      "Sophisticated technology makes the superstitious
       and irrational seem reasonable."--Abbie Hoffman
-- Graduate student, UVA Dept. of Sociology
-- Administrator for rec.music.phish FAQ File
       Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: iq41@jove.acs.unt.edu
Time/Date: 4:18 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: DAT DMB trading

I'm looking for people to trade DAT DMB.  Send a copy of your list for a 
copy of mine.		 
			KK


Posted By: sdeutsch@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 7:55 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Speaking of lyrics...

I was just wondering about "Cry Freedom."  Who wrote it, and does anyone 
have the lyrics for it?

Sue


Posted By: chobbs@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 8:53 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: meanings schmeanings and a few clarifaications

ok ok ..im ostiricized rick ..only i didnt really mean "sell" ..  i 
.  I was thinking more on these lines ... not all people have 
net access, not everyone will in the future either.  If the band gets 
WAY big, in the future ...people without net access might want a copy 
the "warehouse file" (or whatever it is called if it is decided that 
making  such a file is worthwile).  We ought to make such a file in a form 
that could be printed and binded so that those future quirky souls can have 
access to it too.  The "sold" bit comes in like this ..there has to be 
some $ involved to cover the costs of printing and binding... not $ for 
profitt.  Am i being more clear this time????
 
and ellis ... i guess im spoiled.  But, i've never imagined a band 
playing the same songs at multiple night preformances at the same venue.  
Maybe that means im narrow minded too.  I dunno ..but i guess i was 
thinking  of the dead ..from my knowledge and experience ..they don't do 
that. i didnt mean to step on any toes! and Im still grinnin.. 
but i definately hope they dont play the same sets when they get that big if 
they do.  
 
jimmything....have fun and let the meanings of a song be whatever they 
are to you.  maybe im a perv. thats  been hidin the closet..but its 
really easy for me to see "take a taste of what's below"  as way way 
sexual...but then i can see other stuff too... i know ive heard him say 
its about gettin HIGHHHH ..but play with that too.. they're lot's of 
highs folks!   

and ben ... "some people do ..some don't" etc.. thats Recently ...and its 
my moma's fav' dave thing.  she loves to get curious about "some people 
smoke a bowl some won't" ... "is it don't or won't?" she asks with a 
devious smile and grin!

dance with the world's kindness folks!
cathy


Posted By: LauraL4523@aol.com
Time/Date: 9:19 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: similar setlists

Hey there y'all.

     I'd just like to comment on the discussion about DMB, or any other band
for that matter, possibly playing the same set on two nights during a run.
 Now, I don't think DMB is going to do that.  From the tapes I've seen, they
do play quite similar shows sometimes, but it's always at least a bit varied
in the order of songs.
Their repertoire is going to keep growing, and sset lists are bound to be
more varied.
     I think we should count ourselves lucky that any band varies setlists at
all!  Many artists play the same set for an entire _tour_.  And they only
play one set a night, at that.
    And hey, sometimes I listen to a Dave tape over and over again, so maybe
it wouldn't be so bad if he played the same show a couple times in a row.  :)

BTW, does anyone have good directions to the Ritz in Raleigh?  I could also
give someone a ride to the show there if anyone needs one.
Take it easy.
-Dash :)


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 9:25 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Old Tapes

First off, I want to say what an incredible song The Maker is..  I have it
on only one tape that was in the back of my collection and I hadn't listened
to in a long time (it was one of my first DMB tapes, and wasn't the GREATEST
quality..  so it got shuffled) and hot damn..  all I can say is Dave & co
better get off their asses and write more material.  Seems like every 'new'
song I hear for the first time blows me away.  (come up through my toes to my
ankles to my head to my soul I'm blown away)  There is something to be said
that cannot be put into words (think about it) about a band/musician that
reaches into your soul and can manipulate you like that.  When your emotions
run loose, it's a beautiful thing.

I can understand seeing a loved one for the first time in a long time, or
smelling the scent of a campfire from your childhood, or tasting mom's home
cooking.  But to think that every single time we listen to certain music, no
matter how often, it continually puts you in that state of overwhelmingness..
it's mind-boggling.

Ok.. well, I think I've rambled enough..  'course, that's what this net is
all about, no? :)

Speaking of The Maker, though, I was going through some of my tapes, &
thought I'd see if I could get any help here..

can anyone give any more information on these ? :

Harrisonburg, VA  2/??/92  (date, venue, etc)
A: Cry Freedom, Jimithing, So Much To Say, Tripping Billies, The Maker, Me &
Julio Down by the Schoolyard, Warehouse, What Would You Say
B: Ants Marching, Song That Jane Likes, Best of What's Around, Angel From
Montgomery, Watchtower, Lover Lay Down, Satellite, Recently

Van Ripers Festival (?) ??/??/92  (date, etc)
A: Satellite, Ants, Recently, So Much To Say, Jane, True Reflections, Dancing
Nancies, Watchtower, Billies....
B: Billies, 1 Sweet World, Lie in our Graves, Redemption Song, So Much to
Say, (hmm.. just noticed that..  guess I'll be listening to that & re-doing
my tape cover.. :), Ants, (double hmm..  maybe 2 different shows..), Two
Step, Lover Lay Down, Dangerous Hours, I'll Back you Up, Satellite (triple
hmm..  looks like either 2 shows, or someone seriously messed me up when they
gave me the setlist. :)

Also, if you have The Maker, or any tapes with anything they don't play every
show, I'd love to get my greedy little paws on it.  I have a decent
number of tapes (dmb, bt, & a bit of everything), so let me know if you'd
like to trade.

Thanks,
Brett
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Brett Kingswell                                         bmking@mail.wm.edu
"Starlight, starbright,
first star I see tonight;
I wish I may, I wish I might,
aww, fuck, it's a satellite."  - John Popper


Posted By: sdeutsch@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 10:04 PM Thursday, September 15, 1994
Subject: Re: Old Tapes

On Thu, 15 Sep 1994, Brett wrote:
> ankles to my head to my soul I'm blown away)  There is something to be said
> that cannot be put into words (think about it) about a band/musician that
> reaches into your soul and can manipulate you like that.  When your emotions
> run loose, it's a beautiful thing.

I would have to agree...that's completely how I got involved in this 
whole DMB scene...I never understood Deadheads until I heard DMB...I 
saw them play here (albeit slightly intoxicated), and had to keep 
listening, and if I listen, I have to keep listening...I can't just 
listen for a "little while".  (Does that make sense?)
 
> I can understand seeing a loved one for the first time in a long time, or
> smelling the scent of a campfire from your childhood, or tasting mom's home
> cooking.  But to think that every single time we listen to certain music, no
> matter how often, it continually puts you in that state of overwhelmingness..
> it's mind-boggling.

Again, Brett, you said it for me.  Sue


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 12:00 AM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: Rusted Root near Richmond, VA

[Sorry if you don't live in/near VA..  you can stop reading now]

I know there's a separate Rusted Root mailing list now, I'm on it, but since
there are so many Richmond, VA-area people on minarets, and knowing
first-hand what an incredible band Rusted Root is, I thought I'd share.

Rusted Root will be playing at Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA (near
Richmond..  near Kings' Dominion) on October 2nd at around 6pm (to 7:30 or
so) for FREE.

Their road manager just emailed me, so this info should be pretty up to date
and correct.. :)

For those who don't know:
Rusted Root is a neo-hippie band (like, who isn't?) with an incredible sound.
They have 7 people in the band, and probably play a combined 20 instruments.
And that exagguration isn't big..  Their music has tons of energy, they all
seem to be very good musicians, and it's just a fun time for all.  (eww)

Seriously, though, I've been listening to them since a netter included some
of their first cd as filler, and I (and my girlfriend at the time) liked it
so much we ordered cd's from a store in PA (they were/are still growing..),
and they just put out a new CD a few weeks ago (major label) that is
incredible.  Called When I Woke.  Anyway, a friend who'd never heard them
before and I saw them at horde, and he only said 'they are going to be big'..
and I think he is right, they have a unique sound that's very eclectic,
including lots of drums and washboards and well, just about anything you can
play music on.

Ok, anyway, sorry for the wasted ramblings to those whom this information
does no good.  But if you can, check them out!  I'm dragging lots of friends
with me & if you're going, let me know!

take care,
brett

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Brett Kingswell                                         bmking@mail.wm.edu
"Starlight, starbright,
first star I see tonight;
I wish I may, I wish I might,
aww, fuck, it's a satellite."  - John Popper


Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 12:53 AM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: snuggle sheets and dryer smells in the fall 'in the distance i saw the light'

hi everybody..
hi all you silies..
hee hee..

POINT!!! okay.. i'm getting there...

 i need an id on a show.
it's got keyboards and labeled 'trax' that's all i know 
(well.. really i know more than that.. but this is all i know about this
tape..hee hee)

best, ants, so much to say, warehouse, the maker,  one sweet world, pay for
what you get, lie in our graves....

the only davetalk is before pay4 when dave says 'this song is called pay for
what you get, it refers to the hangover you might have in the morning'
and on this version of pay4 carter's very difinitive on background vocals...
(not like nowadays) this was in the days when he did the stunning harmony on
the word 'doind' in the phrase 'everybody asks me how she's doing' 9anyone who
has a version of pay4 with this knows what i mean....[wink, wink]

be good to one another. hey.. you.. yes you reading this.. 
you are a child of the universe. you have a right to be here.
strive to be happy.
love one another.
share energy.
love and light, 
  clare emily



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 strapped myself in i can try to scratch away the sound in my ears i can see it
  killing away all my bad parts i don't want to listen but it's all too clear'
                                 -nin-
                 cecliff@vt.edu / cliffordc@urvax.urich.edu
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Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 2:47 AM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: Re: meanings schmeanings and a few clarifaications

On Thu, 15 Sep 1994, Catherine E. Hobbs wrote:

> ok ok ..im ostiricized rick ..only i didnt really mean "sell" ..  i 

Who takes rick seriously anyway.. ha hah ah

this insn't Dave for fun and profit...

We will get the Warehouse file existing for all of us who ned info on 
datelesstapes
>  
> and ellis ... i guess im spoiled.  But, i've never imagined a band 
> playing the same songs at multiple night preformances at the same venue.  

Bands do that, it's just our fortunate luck to se them 3 times in a row..

ahh Jimy thing, the song that turned me on to dave, I mumbled soounds to 
a friend and he said "Oh that's Jimmy Thing" Havn't thought to much since 
about it...

If we want to get deep anylze "What would you say" and the closet meaning..
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Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 12:26 PM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: about lyrics to the maker.

thanx ellis, but i was wondering:  does everyone want the lyrics to
the bands covers in the file?  i always figured i was making a file
for the band specifically, so i left out all the covers.  if the net
thinks they should be there (i know that phish.net includes covers),
let me know.  aside from the maker, we need me & julio and watchtower.
i really don't think at this point we need nature, or any of the others,
because they just don't seem that important.  well, maybe redemption
song.

i know they never play me & julio anymore, nor are they likely to, but
the version i've heard is so great that every dave fan deserves a copy,
and therefore the lyrics.

so, if you think the lyrics file should include these covers, just send
me a quick note saying so, and i'll work on getting them in there.

____________________________________
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven\____________________________________ 
  to possess...plain common sense."  \     dave matthews band faq type
        --immanuel kant               \  person and lyrics extraordinaire
__________________________________     \_________________________________
                                  \   rick thompson
                                   \  <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
                                    \____________________________________


Posted By: caw9c@dayhoff.med.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 1:46 PM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: lyric file

I remember hearing Exodus a few times.  If covers go into the
lyric file than this would be a good one to include.  As long as
I am at it, does anyone have a tape that includes Exodus?  I'd
love to trade for it.

charlie


Posted By: btanen@netspace.students.brown.edu
Time/Date: 2:35 PM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: Re: Maker Lyrics

maybe already revealed by The Maker is written by Daniel Lanois.

back to checking mail . . .

--Ben


Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 5:51 PM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: Re: meanings schmeanings and a few (CLARE) clarifications

yet again, 
gracious as i am.. i'm looking out for my boys... what sir buford meant about
the closet post in his inebriated state at three am was "so much to say' not
'what would you say'.

does anyone happen to have the -nine inch nails- tour dates handy?
no.. let me rephrase that.. SEND ME THE NIN DATES, .... PLEASE!!!

'come closer and see, see into the trees, fing the girl while you can.'
clare emily


********************************************************************************
  'even when i'm right with you i'm so far away i can try to get away but i've 
 strapped myself in i can try to scratch away the sound in my ears i can see it
  killing away all my bad parts i don't want to listen but it's all too clear'
                                 -nin-
                 cecliff@vt.edu / cliffordc@urvax.urich.edu
********************************************************************************


Posted By: chico@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 6:06 PM Friday, September 16, 1994
Subject: BLUE SCREEN SHOW

Hey Y'all,

The Blue Screen Show with your pals Chico and Ooodz is back.
All your favorite live Phish, Dead, Widespread Panic, Dave Matthews Band,
Blues Traveler, Allmans, etc.....from 500+ hrs of live HQ tapes, plus
exclusive Blue Screen interviews of the featured bands.

89.3 WNUR-FM, Evanston/ Chicago (North to Wisconsin south to the south side!)

Sunday Nights/ Monday Mornings 2:00-3:30 (just hours after the Simpsons!)

Playlists to follow.....tune in, set your tape decks to record, and enjoy!

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Brian (but you can call me Chico)

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