[TypicalGirls] TypicalGirls Digest, Vol 133, Issue 3
ed.arthur at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 14:10:27 EST 2007
[I know I've really hit the right email list when I get a response
from the label (Dan) and the
> Last I heard Ed Bahlman was still occasionally seen
> around NYC. Stuart Argabright from Ike Yard ran into
> him at the post office a few years ago and Glenn
> Branca was in touch with him at some point. By all
> reports he wants nothing to do with the music
> business. Perhaps the lawsuit with Sugar Hill killed
> his appetite. The store 99x still exists, on 10th
> street now, and is run by a couple who recently moved
> into my building in Queens. Coincidence? Probably.
> Meanwhile, the Branca releases on 99 were reissued on
> my Acute Records label, Soul Jazz reissued the ESG
> releases, and Liquid Liquid is currently working with
> the DFA on some new recordings. The old Liquid Liquid
> stuff may be available again from another record label
> but I'm not sure how far they've gone with that.
> I'm currently working on the Acute website which will
> feature lots of old press for the Branca material,
> which is well worth reading. Check back soon!
Thanks for the E.B. update.
I do have the Soul Jazz ESG re-releases (except the latest...doh)
and your stuff on Acute (if you check your email archives you'll
see that I pre-ordered some items waaaay back :-) ) and I do
have the Grand Royale re-release. Somewhere I still have the
vinyl too (although I never bought Branca vinyl back in the day,
call it ignorance).
> It's not you.
> Typical BBC bungling :)
> VG says "Hold on it's coming"
> The Bush Tetras material on 99 has been available on Roir for ages. We
> have all our masters. Have no idea where Ed Bahlman is nor do i really
> care. Ed was in the right place and at the right time and it all
> happened in the blink of an eye. The lawsuit lasted longer than the
> Dee Pop (BT's)
Ah, yeah, I do have the RIOR tape kicking around somewhere as well.
Is there a ROIR CD????
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