[TypicalGirls] Raincoats show

Howard greenberg hgreenberg1 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 11:48:38 EDT 2009


Can we lobby Gina to get the Dorothy album released? Would love to hear what
the rest of that record sounded like. "still waiting" was such a classic
record.

H


On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 10:39 AM, <dpbailey at att.net> wrote:

>
> I'm lucky enough to have picked that EP up at, I believe, a record show
> back home in Little Rock not too long after it came out, & without having
> listened to it in far too long I will say that my memory agrees with you.
>
> Dan
>
>
> -------------- Original message from J Neo Marvin <j_n_e_o at hotmail.com>:
> --------------
>
> Looking In The Shadows is a real grower. When I first heard it I thought it
> was a bit overcooked; now I love it.
>
> The BBC sessions EP with the lemon on the cover still has the definitive
> version of "Don't Be Mean", IMNSHO, though.
>
> -J Neo Marvin
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> http://earcandleproductions.blogspot.com
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>
>
>
> ------------------------------
> From: dpbailey at att.net
> To: perfect at furious.com; typicalgirls at lists.ibiblio.org
> Date: Tue, 13 Oct 2009 14:34:54 +0000
> Subject: Re: [TypicalGirls] Raincoats show
>
>   Good god -- that must've been one helluva show. I've mentioned elsewhere
> that Looking in the Shadows is one of my favorite albums of the '90s -- &
> it's almost certainly *the* decade's top LP by a female-oriented (for lack
> of a better description) outfit, by far.
>
> (Though come to think of it, as the kids used to say, the debuts by
> Linoleum & Elastica didn't exactly suck, & Chumbawamba's Shhh, Swinging with
> Raymond & Anarchy more or less fit that bill as well ... And undoubtedly I'm
> forgetting loads of good stuff. But still -- Looking in the
> Shadows=masterpiece, one that I have to admit to vastly preferring, in my
> cloth-eared way, to any of the original-lineup LPs.)
>
> Dan
>
> -------------- Original message from Jason Gross <perfect at furious.com>:
> --------------
>
> I probably said this already somewhere in this thread but I was lucky
> enough to catch them on their reunion tour at the Academy (NYC), opening for
> Liz Phair just after Exile came out (1994).  They blew Phair away and were
> kind of overwhelmed by the positive response.  At one point in the middle of
> the set, the applause was so loud that Ana got confused and said "Thanks but
> we're not done yet!" (maybe thinking that the crowd was just warming up for
> Phair). A very moving moment for sure.  They later came out with Phair and
> did an encore with her ("Flower"), which was really sweet too.
>
> Jason
>
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