AW: [Powderworks] Book Reports are Overdue...
stephan.jaensch at gmx.net
Wed Nov 10 05:01:02 MST 2004
Same question for Europe, in my case Germany. Maybe one could organise an
omnibus order from Oz?
Von: powderworks-bounces at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
[mailto:powderworks-bounces at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu] Im Auftrag von David
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 10. November 2004 12:22
An: sean dwyer; powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
Betreff: Re: [Powderworks] Book Reports are Overdue...
Where might one pick up a copy of Mark's "Beds Are Burning" Oils book
in the USA????? If you can't get it in the USA where can you buy it online?
At 12:26 AM 11/10/2004, sean dwyer wrote:
>On Wed, Nov 10, 2004 at 12:07:14AM -0500, Rhonda wrote:
> > OK, six months ago the long-awaited Best of Both Worlds DVD was
> > finally released, and there was precious little discussion of it on the
>Yes and what a good deal it was too, two great shows AND a CD! I
>remember seeing both on telly at the time (the only way I ever got to
>see Oilz), and being insanely jealous of the crowd. Great memories. And
correct one memory:
>did they not do a broadcast of a Horden Pavilion gig during that period
>I'm sure I saw a video years back. That Goat Island gig made up for my
>initial horror at the Red Sails In The Sunset release: the songs made
>much more sense live.
> > Over a week ago, Mark's "Beds Are Burning" Oils book was released, -
> > which I for one am DYING to read - and there has been NO discussion
> > whatsoever, despite my query of several days ago, to which there was
> > no response.
>I'd like to know more about this book, too, there's been precious
>little written biography of this band. Not enough is said about how
>they mastered an industry from the outside.
> > So how about some discussion of what they were *really* doing that
> > unforgettable 25 years - that is, the music.
>Hear, hear, or perhaps type, type!
>Ancient C64 curses #201: A HEX on 53294!
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