Midnight Oil

Subject: Re: [powderworks] reweeding closed, for now
From: "The Oilman" <TheOilman@new.rr.com>
Date: 5/11/2007, 10:09 am
To: "matty2e" <matttowey@hotmail.com>, <powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au>

As far as BitTorrent goes, Oils shows have been torrented for the last couple years, I think one list member has shared in excess of 100 Oils shows on Dime-A-Dozen in the last year.
----- Original Message -----
From: matty2e
To: powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au
Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2007 6:01 PM
Subject: [powderworks] reweeding closed, for now

Hi all,

Great response, so I have to close my offer to weed the Denver 1988
show. I think my requirement for re-weeders to send 5 copies might be
too extreme: for the six of you who said you could re-weed, please
send as many as you can (2 or 3 would be great).

I wanted to share this email from Roger:

"Hi - I am definitely interested in the music and can re-send to five
others. Am kind of new to Powderworkers and am not sure what you may
need from me at this point, but my address is below.

My first Oils show was at Red Rocks. Having seen them a few times in
Colorado and in other cities I'd have to say I think they always played
a little bit better at altitude.... Thank you and best wishes -"

I throw this out there for three reasons:
1. It is great that people are still "kind of new to Powderworkers."
Another good reason to keep our little group going.
2. Roger knows exactly where to see a show. Red Rocks is the best.
3. Does anybody know if there is a bootleg of this show? (June 15,
1990) I was in the second row, and got a big high-five when Pete went
nuts and ran into the crowd. A tape of this show does not only seem
rare--it does not seem to exist at all.

Also, I received another question from a re-weeder: does anyone object
to putting the shows out as bit-torrent? I don't know a damn thing
about this, so I leave it up to the group.