FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Fri Aug 8 02:44:49 PDT 1997
The Hooded One - I'm sorry (and it seems very stupid!). The last posting was supposed to me from me to you. I haven't had a coffee yet this morning. This is my excuse and I'm sticking to it...


FROM: The Hooded One
DATE: Fri Aug 8 02:43:01 PDT 1997
Are you after the original tape of the Portland Arms or the vinyl? Or either?! Personally I really want the tape. I guess I'll never be able to get that, sigh...


FROM: takashi yamauchi <appetite@tky.threewebnet.or.jp>
DATE: Fri Aug 8 02:22:40 PDT 1997
Hi,My name is Takashi Yamauchi.I'm working in a movie company in Japan.So,I want to know about a concert film"Storefront Hitchc--k"directed by Jonathan Demme. Someone please please tell me now!


FROM: Capen
DATE: Fri Aug 8 00:27:22 PDT 1997
I just found this message board. It's pretty cool. Well, I gotta split. It's a quaint, old fashioned way to leave the room.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 21:20:01 PDT 1997
very cool thing to share, cam... i think i understand how you feel. generally, i only scream when in great pain, and it sounds more like a "yelp", really.


FROM: camobscura <personalitytraits@netcom.com>
DATE: Thu Aug 7 21:05:35 PDT 1997
Sleepy -- yes. Tipitina's, 1990 (so long ago!). It was horribly hot, but I refused to budge from front row, stage right. By the end of the night, I'd lost my voice from screaming (girls are allowed to scream). Maybe it's the tiniest bit pathetic that I consider that night one of the best nights of my life, but I think anyone who's seen him would understand.


FROM: Myk Murphy <late@night.com>
DATE: Thu Aug 7 20:54:12 PDT 1997
ya know, i just noticed for the first time that the banner at the top reads "Hitchock"... fools the eye, does it not? or am i just an unobservant fool? yes, quite likely the latter option. as for tabs for robyn's stuff, anyone have a fave URL for that sort of thing? let's hear it!


FROM: The Hooded One
DATE: Thu Aug 7 16:56:49 PDT 1997
Sleepy-I will find it. In my opinion Its the best S.B's recording out there. When and where I do find it I'll let you know. Anyone?


FROM: punGo <robynfan@ripken.com>
DATE: Thu Aug 7 15:33:31 PDT 1997
Well, I just want to thank everyone for making me feel so welcome. Hey, Voltaic, I have a pair of Polk audio's , too. Yes, they do have a sweet sound. I like listening to Robyn with headphones on. I just close my eyes and drift away. On a side note, I got the tab for 'If you were a Priest' a few days ago. It is supposed to be played with a G#addD. Well, the author didn't know how to do it and neither do I. I think that just a G# works fine. If anyone happens by with more skilled fingers than myself, a tip would be greatly appreciated. Guess that's it for today...PEACE!


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 09:56:32 PDT 1997
sorry.... i didn't mean to use sexual profanity in that last posting. what was i thinking?


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 09:55:12 PDT 1997
by the way, that was "than i do" in the previous posting. as for lawrence and sally, i'm afraid i can offer no a--istance. good luck, eurokid.


FROM: Myk Murphy <myk@work.com>
DATE: Thu Aug 7 09:52:05 PDT 1997
Trilobite is one of those songs that simply points out that Robyn has a better prescription that i do. Yeah, maybe i'll tape that silly record...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 09:30:22 PDT 1997
Trilobite is fantastic. It almost makes me weep with laughter when Robyn plays it live. The bit about the clicking contest and the trilobite always winning is the part that gets to me!


FROM: Eurokid
DATE: Thu Aug 7 09:26:41 PDT 1997
Has anyone heard of Lawrence and Sally? Has anyone ever met them? Do they really exist?


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 09:22:06 PDT 1997
V - It's probably "Statue With A Walkman" you're referring to. It was on a Virgin Records sampler and will also probably be featured in Robyn's film. Hooray!


FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Thu Aug 7 08:56:36 PDT 1997
To have a name is to be grounded in corporeal bliss. Many thanks, Pungo. Myk, so sorry you're sans Mossy Liquor. You should have taped it (for personal use, of course). Trilobite is superb. By the way, I wandered onto a lyrics page for RH and found someone had lyrics to a song called "Boy with a Walkman" or something, and it was supposedly on Mossy Liquor. Huh? Not on my copy of ML....What gives?


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 04:37:04 PDT 1997
"You left before I got here, so how do you know I'm late?"


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Aug 7 04:31:35 PDT 1997
The Hooded One - I'd like to know where I could get the original tape from too! I've heard it, but I don't have it - a crucial difference I think you'll agree ...


FROM: Myk Murphy <surfin@midnight.com>
DATE: Wed Aug 6 21:13:22 PDT 1997
Hey Voltaic (i'm getting used to the name that Pungo so kindly bestowed on you): You are correct about the Mossy Liquor vinyl.... it sounds very nice. Unfortunately, i'm temporarily without it, since a recent change of residence. i can't wait to get that record back... "Alright Yeah" is even more fun in swedish, ja?


FROM: The Hooded One
DATE: Wed Aug 6 19:24:19 PDT 1997
I have an ex-friend that stole my copy of the soft boy's "live at the portland arms" and no amount of torture will make him give it back. anyone know where i can get another?


FROM:
DATE: Wed Aug 6 16:58:33 PDT 1997
Yes I'll Ride You Home!


FROM:
DATE: Wed Aug 6 16:58:22 PDT 1997
Ride me home


FROM:
DATE: Wed Aug 6 16:58:03 PDT 1997
We're lying on the carpet with our legs up in the air.....


FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Wed Aug 6 16:34:42 PDT 1997
I have Polk Audio speakers I bought in 1980 that have been good soldiers. Not top-o-the-line, but they have a very sweet sound....By the way, has anyone else noticed that the Mossy Liquor lp is incredibly good, sound-wise? I taped it (for personal use of course) and my tape of it is as good as any cd-to-tape I've done...for personal use..... Mossy Liquor, ask for it by name


FROM: Myk Murphy <still@work.com>
DATE: Wed Aug 6 13:54:43 PDT 1997
Pungo: it's been quite some time since i've seen the O's play. the new ballpark is nice. anyone here also into audiophile equipment? robyn's stuff really sounds good on high performance systems. i dig cary amps and martin logan speakers... anyone have their own fave listening setup for RH (or anyone else)?


FROM: V
DATE: Wed Aug 6 13:26:39 PDT 1997
Hey Pungo, you're here and now, aren't you?


FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Wed Aug 6 13:24:20 PDT 1997
Camobscura, thanks for the tip re: picture disk. I sure wish we still had records if for no other reason than it was the best format for the artwork.


FROM: Pungo <phantoms@dispossessed.com>
DATE: Wed Aug 6 13:18:51 PDT 1997
Myk Murphy...You should have told me that you were gonna drive thru. You could of come over for some steak on the grill and a couple a mossy liqours. I think that the traffic around here is miserable. But, compared to D.C., I guess it's not that bad. I used to go up there a lot, but haven't been in awile. I have a bad case of Oriole withdrawl. Hey, Speepy, don't get me started on Robyn's lyrics-I could go on forever. Hmmm I think the quote for today is, "and all the see through things come crawling from the sea."


FROM: Myk Murphy <still@work.com>
DATE: Wed Aug 6 11:24:14 PDT 1997
Ok, now i'm completely creeped out by these odd people. What i'd like to know is this: how do they find this place in the first place? hmm... makes me wonder.


FROM: Regis Philbin <myreg'@kathylee.com>
DATE: Wed Aug 6 10:02:39 PDT 1997
Hey henry, you're cute. Wanna bang?


FROM: Henry the Human Fly <wait@curb.com>
DATE: Wed Aug 6 10:00:58 PDT 1997
Missy, I know what you mean. They've been telling me I look like Sean Colvin for years. Seems he has a ruddy complexion and bushy eyebrows, just like me!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Wed Aug 6 03:41:42 PDT 1997
Camobscura - did you see Robyn in 1990? At Tipitinas? If so, I was there too!


FROM: Missy Tkachuk
DATE: Wed Aug 6 00:06:40 PDT 1997
I have been told by many peopl that I look a lot like Robyn. I love her! I think that she is awsome! And it is more than my plessure to even remotely resemble her!!!


FROM: Myk Murphy <looking@monitor.com>
DATE: Tue Aug 5 19:31:08 PDT 1997
Ok, I couldn't stand the silence. It's nice to hear from a new person to the scary online world but a veteran in the RH dept. Peace.


FROM: camobscura <personalitytraits@netcom.com>
DATE: Tue Aug 5 17:59:13 PDT 1997
New to this site and new online, but my love for Robyn H. is long- standing...sleepy, what kind of people do you know? Here in the backwoods, almost no one even knows who RH is, much less knows the man himself. And _______/ Voltaic/V: No RH collection is complete without a 1986 limited- edition picture disc (photo from Groovy Decay, as I recall -- RH holding a bunch of radishes) called "Exploding in Silence". Look for it. Have seen RH only once, in New Orleans years ago (he rarely gets this far south), but it was one of the most memorable occasions of my life.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Aug 5 03:06:09 PDT 1997
Robyn was wearing the crayon shirt! (It's important to know these things..) Pungo - that's one of Robyn's most gorgeous song lines isn't it?


FROM: Myk Murphy <back@home.com>
DATE: Mon Aug 4 21:42:40 PDT 1997
Damn, I go outta town for a bit, and I miss all the fun. Glad you dug the show, Pungo. I just drove by Va beach area on my way to and from the outer banks (North Carolina, USA). Traffic was nice, incidentally. As for Sleepy, you are entirely too fortunate. I dug the idea of Robyn doing "Avalon"... wow. As for the Soft Boys doing weddings and Bar Mitzvahs, it goes to show how odd the world really is. heh heh


FROM: Pungo
DATE: Mon Aug 4 18:50:21 PDT 1997
Wow, Sleepy. That's amazing. I don't know what to say. "If you were a nun, I would surely run down to the hospital and cover all your charts with decorated hearts"


FROM:
DATE: Mon Aug 4 11:54:09 PDT 1997
Sleepy, are the Soft Boys hiring out for partys now?!?!?!! I'd love to have them play for my birthday bash!


FROM: fantasy lasagne
DATE: Mon Aug 4 09:34:16 PDT 1997
but sleepy - tell us what shirt robyn was wearing!


FROM: Forgiving elf
DATE: Mon Aug 4 08:34:03 PDT 1997
I forgive you sleepy.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Aug 4 08:22:58 PDT 1997
Sorry! I didn't mean to post this so many times. I deleted it at first, but it didn't really go, so then it happened again .... sigh... sorry.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Aug 4 08:19:21 PDT 1997
Guess what? I saw the Soft Boys last night! It was an unexpected (for me) reunion gig at a friend's party! Robyn, Andy, Morris, Kimberley Rew and Matthew Seligman were there. Andy and Matthew played the same bass - together, at the same time! The set list was as follows:- Give it to the Soft Boys, Where are the Prawns? Bells of Rhymney, Queen of Eyes, Mystery Train, I like bananas (because they have no bones), Underwater Moonlight, Beautiful Queen and Listening to the Higsons. It was great!.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Aug 4 08:17:42 PDT 1997
Guess what? I saw the Soft Boys last night! It was an unexpected (for me) reunion gig at a friend's party! Robyn, Andy, Morris, Kimberley Rew and Matthew Seligman were there. Andy and Matthew played the same bass - together, at the same time! The set list was as follows:- Give it to the Soft Boys, Where are the Prawns? Bells of Rhymney, Queen of Eyes, Mystery Train, I like bananas (because they have no bones), Underwater Moonlight, Beautiful Queen and Listening to the Higsons. It was great!.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Aug 4 08:11:20 PDT 1997
Guess what? I saw the Soft Boys last night! It was an unexpected (for me) reunion gig at a friend's party! Robyn, Andy, Morris, Kimberley Rew and Matthew Seligman were there. Andy and Matthew played the same bass - together, at the same time! The set list was as follows:- Give it to the Soft Boys, Where are the Prawns? Bells of Rhymney, Queen of Eyes, Mystery Train, I like bananas (because they have no bones), Underwater Moonlight, Beautiful Queen and Listening to the Higsons. It was great!.


FROM: pungo <robynfan@jdylan.com>
DATE: Sun Aug 3 07:08:13 PDT 1997
Well, that was about the best show that I have ever seen. The Wallflowers sounded better live than on their cd. Check this out...Before the concert began, they were playing a tape of various music. An RH ditty was played shortly before the band took the stage. Seriously!!! Well, I thought it was pretty cool...alrighty...I'm a goner...


FROM: V
DATE: Fri Aug 1 16:02:08 PDT 1997
Avalong? How 'bout Avalon


FROM: V
DATE: Fri Aug 1 16:01:51 PDT 1997
That "Berkeley to Bay Area" means I've seen him at least 10-12 times over the years. Even drove to SF once cuz I heard he'd been "busking" along the Haight. Didn't see him though...... Would have loved to hear him et al doing Avalong, as that album by Roxy Music is in my top-10 of all time, and the song is one of the two or three finest ever recorded.


FROM: Voltaic <weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!@e-ticket.com>
DATE: Fri Aug 1 15:59:08 PDT 1997
Greetings! It is I, Voltaic! How are you, sleepy, myk & pungo? See Robyn as many times as possible. He never does the same show twice. Not all are as fantastic as the best; that's going pretty far; but no shows I've seen -- from 86 (7?) in Berkeley to this past June in the Bay Area -- have ever been less than GREAT. Time for the weekend to start..... Here I Go!


FROM: matthew <myinger@ycp.edu>
DATE: Fri Aug 1 12:41:03 PDT 1997
TO ROBYN: what is the deal w/Warner Bros' policy of no unsolicited music? could you help me make some music, uh, "solicited?" it's who you know... i would greatly appreciate it, and it seems as you may understand my predicament. no band,need producer.. need anything that's not me... thanx. please respond directly. thank you. myinger@ycp.edu how do those solo/Sara M./Tori A./Paula Cole/do it anyway?


FROM: punGO
DATE: Fri Aug 1 10:42:01 PDT 1997
sleepy...WAKE UP!!! sounds like it was great. you guys may not believe this, but i have never seen Robyn live.(sad, isn't it?) however, i am going to see the wallflowers at the va beach ampitheatre tomorrow. an outdoor concert-it should be excellent. i know, i know, it's not RH, but it should be rockin' nonetheless. talk to y'all later!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Fri Aug 1 07:49:00 PDT 1997
It's quiet around here isn't it?


FROM: wes baker <wes_baker@dai.com>
DATE: Thu Jul 31 10:25:37 PDT 1997
robyn - I believe that I saw you in late 1992 (or was it early 1993) at the cineplex odean theatre in shirlington (arlington, virginia), when you were still living in wash, D.C. my wife and I were getting popcorn and ready to sit down and watch "the crying game" and I noticed you standing over by the wall. I did a double take, and said to my wife, "that's robyn hitchc--k!" she told me I was crazy, but I kept stealing glances over at you and knew it was you. after we sat down in the theatre, I kept saying, "I know that was robyn hitchc--k," so my wife said, "well, go out and find out for yourself - ask him!" gathering my courage, I walked back out to the concession area, but alas, you were gone. I looked for you after the movie ended, but did not see you. robyn, was it really you?? by the way - I absolutely love "moss elixir." I just wish I could get my hands on "mossy liquor" too.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Jul 31 03:13:15 PDT 1997
What a fantastic 12-Bar gig it was last night! The evening ended with an amazing rendition of Roxy Music's "Avalon" - featuring Robyn, Morris, Sean, Tim and the three Dear Janes - all fitting onto one of the world's smallest stages! Leaving just enough room for Robyn to flail his arms about all over the place!


FROM: pUNgo
DATE: Wed Jul 30 10:16:50 PDT 1997
Well, you formerly known as blank person, you. You're using the name?...I am honored. What can one say of the beltway except...it takes an hour to crawl one mile. Sleepy, you are indeed fortunate. Please tell us how it was. Okay fegmaniacs I'm outta here. Peace.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Wed Jul 30 09:53:40 PDT 1997
Yes it is! I'm on my way there now via a foodstop! Bye!


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Wed Jul 30 08:28:10 PDT 1997
oh wait, it's tonite, i think.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Wed Jul 30 08:23:11 PDT 1997
Hello Sleepy. Enjoy the show tomorrow night, you lucky bastard.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Wed Jul 30 08:19:45 PDT 1997
Huh?


FROM: Webbed One <jreed@pan-tex.net>
DATE: Tue Jul 29 20:38:59 PDT 1997
Sorry REALLY wrong Robyn cute girl you know.


FROM: Webbed One <jreed@pan-tex.net>
DATE: Tue Jul 29 20:35:36 PDT 1997
Sexy, Sultray,Single???


FROM: slippery brie
DATE: Tue Jul 29 09:22:44 PDT 1997
nice hot sunny day at womad on sunday, the usual unusual performers (ethiopian circus people, malian rockers, gong orchestras, devils on stilts, pink elephants and a spanish version of lindisfarne), and lots of nice food (and ice cream)(and tea). robyn's set was in the big top, gaudily decorated, with plenty of space on and off stage. Songs: some song about Gene Hackman/lysander/ serpent at the gates of wisdom/my wife and my dead wife/jewels for sofia (?)/elizabeth jade (?)/madonna of the wasps/i'm only you/devil's radio/the lizard/i am not me/i often dream of trains/(robyn checked his watch and then went off to change his shirt)/antwoman song/arnold layne. excellent backing from tim on guitar and banana and singing, & some other guy on sax on a few of the songs. distracting noises from babies and the womad drummers during the quieter ones.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Jul 29 09:16:13 PDT 1997
I actually meant to say "tiredness" as opposed to lots of tyres or any other strange interpretation. I think I need yet more coffee...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Jul 29 09:14:24 PDT 1997
Ah-hah! Now you're all moving around and I'm about to leave work, which gives us such a short time together. The last 12-Bar tomorrow. Ooh, one more Thursday of tireness until next time.


FROM: Myk Murphy <going2lunch@tacobell.com>
DATE: Tue Jul 29 09:01:48 PDT 1997
Well, "bumble" is as fine a name as "bumber", but what do I know? It still sounds like fun, and I regret my non-attendance. Voltaic, I hope you enjoy your new name (I can just see you writing it in your textbooks like a love-struck girl trying on a boyfriend's last name!) heh heh, jes kiddin'. As for the Beltway, it is an unpleasant loop that provides a bull's-eye for wayward ICBMs. We locals like to drive on it. It's not only fun, it builds character.


FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Tue Jul 29 08:54:12 PDT 1997
pungo (do you prefer the lower case, ala e.e. c-mmings?) -- I will check my copy of invisible hitchc--k and see if there indeed is a type. Hmmm, perhaps someday Robyn will release "Indivisible Hitchc--k...." As a box set....the complete ouevre. .....V


FROM: Sam Shrike
DATE: Tue Jul 29 08:51:44 PDT 1997
As for who's the cutest, aren't they all dreamy. And you can put them in all kinds of crazy poses.....RH and the Egyptians.....should have been the rock stars of the '80s....


FROM: _____ now called Voltaic <voltaic@teslacoil.com>
DATE: Tue Jul 29 08:48:51 PDT 1997
Pungo, Sleepy, and the rest of you happy elves, thanks for the name...to be without one is like drifting in luke warm brain soup without a thyroid. ......Bumbershoot (I think not "Bumble"....) is very near a dear friend of mine (Hi Stevie C), who will be seeing Robyn as well as many other fine artists. By the way you Washingtonians, what's the story on the "Beltway", sorry Myk...? Is is a sort of gauntlet you're made to run going in and out of the DC area? Some form of rite of passage/torture/local passtime? Cheers and so happy with a name. I will admit, however, that it's easier to type _____ than Voltaic. Perhaps I will sign off as "V"......


FROM: Myk Murphy <tuesday@work.com>
DATE: Tue Jul 29 07:17:39 PDT 1997
It seems that this place has taken the path of greatest silliness!


FROM: Dopey
DATE: Tue Jul 29 04:26:06 PDT 1997
Andy may be fab, but Morris is the cutest!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Jul 29 02:52:13 PDT 1997
Andy's fab.


FROM: Myk Murphy <beer@tenpm.com>
DATE: Mon Jul 28 18:56:35 PDT 1997
Quiet, Pungo.... the word "Beltway" is much like profanity to my ears. It's only fun to drive @ 3am, unless you've already made peace with your maker. As for RH, anyone gonna check out that Bumbleshoot Festival in Seattle?


FROM:
DATE: Mon Jul 28 10:57:16 PDT 1997
sleepy, that's not fair. Java sounds nice. Think I'll go pour myself a roasty espresso...


FROM: pungo
DATE: Mon Jul 28 10:56:21 PDT 1997
Myk Murphy...what's up you crazy beltway freak you?...Does anyone think that Andy Metcalfe is the ultimate?


FROM: Myk Murphy <swatting@flies.com>
DATE: Mon Jul 28 09:06:58 PDT 1997
Yeah, Sleepster, but that darn west coast is a good distance away... I'm not going to be able to head out there, I'm sad to say. I'm in Washington DC, not Washington State. Anyone happen to know if Robyn will be headed to Germany in September or October? It's a bit hopeful, but what the hell? I may be there at the time, so it would be nice to catch a show.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Jul 28 04:27:28 PDT 1997
Myk - I wish I was on your side of the Atlantic next month for the Seattle gig.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Jul 28 04:12:58 PDT 1997
That last one was from me by the way. Of course.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Jul 28 04:11:56 PDT 1997
I'm going to make a cup of coffee and then mention the words Robyn Hitchc--k so I don't get thrown off of the forum. I very much covet Robyn's crayon shirt by the way. I wonder where he got it from... I guess Snow White would only get jealous and it wouldn't look so good with my big hat. Where's that coffee...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Jul 28 03:57:16 PDT 1997
I tend to feel sleepy on Thursday as I'm in a post-12-Bar haze - hence my charming moniker. (Isn't she in Friends?)


FROM: Myk Murphy <bgates@microsoft.com>
DATE: Sun Jul 27 20:12:44 PDT 1997
Voltaic is a fine name.... maybe later we can change it to "The RH Fan Formerly Known as Voltaic". Well, it's just a thought. Sleepy, I wish I was on your side of the Atlantic this month.


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sat Jul 26 20:18:13 PDT 1997
So, who is this sleepy?


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sat Jul 26 20:17:50 PDT 1997
____...you sure have an impressive collection there. My copy of invisible hitchc--k has a printing error. Instead of Robyn Hitchc--k-Invisible Hitchc--k, it just reads...'Invisible Hitchc--k'. Hmmm...how many times can a person say 'invisible hitchc--k in one day? Anyway, I'm wondering just how rare an error this was. Before I go, I promised a nickname for ____. How about "Voltaic." What do you think?


FROM: Antwoman <antwoman@lloyd.ftech.co.uk>
DATE: Sat Jul 26 05:43:47 PDT 1997
Good afternoon fellow yachters: Antwoman~4 update, will go out before the sun goes down today (UK time) although it hasn't really made an appearance today - so I only mean in theory. This is mostly live info-mation. If you do not receive yours (cos hey! some of them come whizzing back to me with all this gobble-d-goop 'unknown/mail error' etc all over them) you can e-mail me with the subject: Antwoman~4. May the tides be with you. A


FROM: ________ <______@____.com>
DATE: Fri Jul 25 15:14:03 PDT 1997
Hey Pungo, this place is sure funner since you and Sleepy started hanging out around here. List of Hitchc--k albums/ep's/cd's I've scared up since the mid-80s......in close-to chrono order: Soft Boys-Wading Through Your Ventilator (ep), Invisible Hits, Underwater Moonlight. RH: Black Snake Diamond Role; I Often Dream of Trains; Fegmania; Invisible Hitchc--k; Groovy Decoy; Gotta Let This hen Out!; Element of Light; If You Were a Priest (ep); Falling Leaves (ep); Heaven (ep) Globe of Frogs; Queen Elvis; Eye; Perspex Island; Respect; You and Oblivion; Moss Elixir; Mossy Liquor; (rarity: the Happy the Golden Prince flexi disc from Bucketfull of Brains magazine -- a rag that kept Hitchc--k (and Barret) fans informed in the lean late 80's......). And I even have the "captain sensible" solo album with funny pixs of producer/songwriter hitc--k in tux.........


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Fri Jul 25 09:02:33 PDT 1997
Juror #7 - I think I know you!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Fri Jul 25 08:52:04 PDT 1997
Anyone going on the Isle of Wight boat trip?


FROM: pungo
DATE: Fri Jul 25 07:26:04 PDT 1997
Mid 98? Oh, that's too long of a wait. Guess I'll manage. Hey_____! Robyn fans never kid...no, no, we're always very serious. Coming up next week...A nickname for the unknown Hitchc--k fan...


FROM: juror#7
DATE: Fri Jul 25 03:17:24 PDT 1997
oops! just to correct my message: 12 Bar set list 23-jul-97: bring the cheese along (?); devil's coachman; jewels for sophia*; elizabeth jade*; i'm only you; the yip song; lysander&; winchester&; vegetation and dimes&; birds in perspex&*; oceanside&*;;bass&*; madonna of the wasps&*; beautiful queen*& & with andy metcalfe; * with tim keegan


FROM: juror#7
DATE: Fri Jul 25 03:15:47 PDT 1997
12 Bar set list 23-jul-97: bring the cheese along (?); devil's coachman; jewels for sophia*; elizabeth jade*; i'm only you; the yip song; lysander ; winchester ; vegetation and dimes ; birds in perspex *; oceanside *;;bass *; madonna of the wasps *; beautiful queen* with andy metcalfe *with tim keegan


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Fri Jul 25 02:46:55 PDT 1997
Hey! I'm back! Don't tell me - you're all still in bed aren't you... Doog yrev, Professor Backwards.


FROM: god
DATE: Thu Jul 24 16:27:40 PDT 1997
god is dog spelled sideways, sort of....


FROM: Grump!
DATE: Thu Jul 24 16:27:06 PDT 1997
Hey Sleepy, you awake yet? Get up and make the coffee before Cinderella awakens!


FROM: Professor Backwards <professor@reverse.com >
DATE: Thu Jul 24 16:25:21 PDT 1997
niaga tuo teg t'now i dog ot reaws i ouy otni teg i emit txen.....


FROM: MARC <MWH13@AOL.COM>
DATE: Thu Jul 24 13:44:05 PDT 1997
RE: PSYCHICS FROM PLUTO & JULY 7 LONDON GIG IT MUST HAVE BEEN GREAT, ROBYN & KIMBERLY, BUT ABOUT THE COMMENT THAT IT WAS THE FIRST TIME "I OFTEN DREAM OF TRAINS" HAD BEEN PERFOMED WITH ANOTHER HUMAN---WELL,NO. HE AND TIM PLAYED IT EARLIER IN THE YEAR AT THE ROXY IN LOS ANGELES (AND POSSIBLLY OTHER SHOWS, TOO). THE REAL THING WAS THE AFTER SHOW CLUB GIG (AFTER THE ROXY SHOW) AT THE LARGO WHERE HE PERFORMED WITH MORRIS T., TIM, BUFFALO TOM, ETC. AND THEY COVERED THE BEATLES (DAY IN THE LIFE, WITHIN YOU WITHOUT YOU,(MORE)),THE VELVETS(ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES),PINK FLOYD (CIRRUS MINOR), AND OTHERS THAT MY HAZY MEMORY IS HAVING TROUBLE FOCUSING ON AT THE MOMENT. THE SET WAS ABOUT 2 1/2 HOURS, EVEN LONGER THAN THE ADVERTISED SHOW THAT HE HAD JUST DONE AT THE ROXY-- --THE COOLEST OF ANY HITCHc--k SHOWS THAT I'VE EVER ATTENDED. THANKS ROBYN!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Jul 24 10:05:28 PDT 1997
I'll call back tomorrow when the rest of the world is awake. Meanwhile, I've got a Harrison Ford poster rolled up in my desk...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Jul 24 10:04:41 PDT 1997
Humm, I'm in a different time zone, aren't I?


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Jul 24 09:58:50 PDT 1997


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Jul 24 09:52:24 PDT 1997
Is anybody there who wants to talk to me for 5 minutues before I go home for the day?! I saw Robyn last night at the 12-Bar - it was an excellent gig. Andy and Tim were there - hooray!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Jul 24 09:48:35 PDT 1997
Don't talk to me about Gene Hackman...


FROM:
DATE: Wed Jul 23 12:11:22 PDT 1997
Something Shakespeare never said was, "You've got to be kidding..."


FROM: Myk Murphy <screwingAround@work.com>
DATE: Wed Jul 23 09:04:14 PDT 1997
Pungo: I believe the film is slated for early to mid 98. As for "Robynisms" that apply to me... well... I'm sinister but I'm happy.


FROM: Pungo
DATE: Wed Jul 23 05:46:44 PDT 1997
_____...I bet you often dream of trains!!! Me, I'm just laughing like I always do. (Is that a bit obvious?)


FROM:
DATE: Tue Jul 22 11:56:10 PDT 1997
that's down and OUT! [oops]


FROM: ________ <______@_____.___>
DATE: Tue Jul 22 11:55:21 PDT 1997
Pungo,so good to hear from you. I am glad you are silly. By the way, this is a true story: when someone asks me at work how I am doing, I often tell them the truth, that I am "Grooving on An Inner Plane..." The term really applies to that mood where you aren't manically happy, nor down and own. You simply are, uh, grooving, on an inner plane, see? Anybody else have RH songs that illustrate or describe their moods?


FROM: pungo
DATE: Mon Jul 21 19:24:29 PDT 1997
Gotta let this hen out...thanks, for the info. Hey ____. I'm right here, silly.


FROM: pungo
DATE: Mon Jul 21 19:23:38 PDT 1997
Myk Murphy...Thanks! I remember that you said there was going to be a new concert movie coming out. Do you know what the release date is?


FROM:
DATE: Mon Jul 21 17:16:56 PDT 1997
Pungo where are you?


FROM: bride of the son of antwerp
DATE: Mon Jul 21 12:17:40 PDT 1997
you two stop it before i cut off your astral travelling priviliges. "cawwww" my eye........


FROM: son of antwerp
DATE: Mon Jul 21 12:15:44 PDT 1997
me thinks you have an english setter rousing in your barn, squire. best let it out a'fore it bites its way clean through to the nursery. cawwwww!


FROM: antwerp <newsoftheworld.com>
DATE: Mon Jul 21 12:13:44 PDT 1997
Antwoman has notified us that Robyn has hired a boat for a date in the near future. he will perform on the vessel whilst it makes it way 'round what is most probably some quite english looking-smelling-tasting waters (plenty of cold squishy things wriggling beneath the surface, to look at through glass, er, bottoms....tho this last is sadly not included in the ship he will captain :( -- Anty asked us to pass along the notice, since she's having trouble with that infernal email babel machine lo these many nights.......


FROM:
DATE: Fri Jul 18 09:23:24 PDT 1997
Perhaps RHINO will release the video again if it's not available elsewhere? How 'bout it, Rhino?


FROM: Henny Gotta Out <Henny@Young.Com>
DATE: Fri Jul 18 09:21:44 PDT 1997
Those concept video's on the Gotta Let this Hen Out video are what "Fegmania" the album refers to in conjunction with Tony Moon--they are actually short films, 16 mm by the looks of them. There is also a hilarious outside scene of Robyn doing some kind of "ritual" with two vegetables in front of the welfare office (or england's equivelant) while an elderly woman walks by, stops, and gazes up at this strange man with the squash. She look up at him, then ahead, then glances in the general direction of the camera, and walks on, seamingly baffled. If I'd been up on that ledge doing what Robyn is doing and had gotten that response, I would not have been able to keep from laughing. It's very funny.


FROM: Gotta Let this Hen Out! <hen@out.com>
DATE: Fri Jul 18 09:16:01 PDT 1997
Pungo, there is a pretty good video called "Gotta Let This Hen Out." It's over ten years old now, a live recording of the Egyptians at the Marquee in London. There are included videos for "Man with the Lightbulb Head," "I Often Dream of Trains," etc. They are admittedly primitive, production-wise, but are charming and funny. The live stuff is very good though Robyn was not in the most talkative mood, so no wonderful storytelling like we've all grown to love. Antwoman may be the best source for finding out if the video is still sold. I have it and I have cherished it since mail ordering it about 7 years ago. The video packaging matches that of the original lp and cd of the same name.


FROM: Myk Murphy <websurfn@toolate.anhour>
DATE: Thu Jul 17 22:47:54 PDT 1997
Pungo: that's a great question. I've never seen one, though in all honesty, I've never looked for a Robyn video. If someone out there has indeed heard of such a thing, please respond! And, yes, one can't walk down the street without accidently endorsing the product of a heartless conglomerate, so fretting about what's "corporate" is a waste of one's energy.


FROM: pungo
DATE: Thu Jul 17 17:45:00 PDT 1997
If you ask me, they're all corporate websites...


FROM: pungo
DATE: Thu Jul 17 17:44:10 PDT 1997
Does anyone know if there is any live Robyn video available?


FROM: shatter <vibrations@vibrating.shattered.com>
DATE: Tue Jul 15 11:34:08 PDT 1997
heard from antwoman that robyn's dan lanois-signed volume pedal was lifted from a gig in seattle. may showers of leeches follow that subhuman to his grave. not like it was a skynrd concert! sheesh.


FROM: Shecky the Load <sheckster the spike@moist&cheesy.com>
DATE: Mon Jul 14 12:54:43 PDT 1997
Hey CorporateWebSitesSuck: Why you hangin' here if it's so bad? On a mission? Wow, one of the true believers, are you? And I'm a cynic. Waaaaaah!


FROM: CorporateWebSitesSuck
DATE: Mon Jul 14 08:18:04 PDT 1997
Hey Shecky...You run your railroad and I'll run mine. I'll forget YOU, better still.


FROM:
DATE: Sun Jul 13 16:22:38 PDT 1997
Hey pungo, give him/her a break. They just never ain't danced naked in the rain, that's all.


FROM: pungo
DATE: Fri Jul 11 15:49:23 PDT 1997
hey black crow's nose,...if you think that's weird, well you're insane!


FROM: Shecky the Load <load@shecky.com>
DATE: Fri Jul 11 11:07:17 PDT 1997
I suggest the guy who's offended by WB's "censorship" of this site go find a really important social issue and devote some time to it. Not being able to spell out Robyn's last name, even on his own corporate web site, is not in the The world is about end category, even symbolically (sp?) 'Sides, you can spell it out like this, little grasshopper: h.i.t.c.h.c.o.c.k., thus and so. Now forget all this.


FROM: Shecky the Load <load@shecky.com>
DATE: Fri Jul 11 11:06:33 PDT 1997
I suggest the guy who's offended by WB's "censorship" of this site go find a really important social issue and devote some time to it. Not being able to spell out Robyn's last name, even on his own corporate web site, is not in the The world is about end category, even symbolically (sp?) 'Sides, you can spell it out like this, little grasshopper: h.i.t.c.h.c.o.c.k., thus and so. Now forget all this.


FROM: the black crow's nose
DATE: Fri Jul 11 11:02:59 PDT 1997
Don't please don't get me wrong. Tim was very nice and is a good performer and I wish him the best. Just seems to me a bit too too, ya know?


FROM: the black crow's nose <leather-hood@diamond-role.com>
DATE: Fri Jul 11 11:01:34 PDT 1997
Thanks all for the news of London's gigs and the lyrics to I Saw Nick Drake...it was one of Robyn's best from Marin County's Sweet--ter gig last month. Tim's Shallow End also a stand out. Cruised to the Homer site and was curious if anyone else feels Tim K is playing up the Robyn influence a bit too much: he is pictured holding a head of cabbage... now who else would have done that, perhaps, in his younger days, hmmmm?


FROM: psychics on pluto
DATE: Fri Jul 11 07:49:30 PDT 1997
set list, 12-bar gig, london, 9.7.97: on stage robyn acoustic guitar (white linen shirt, cream [sic] trousers) surgery 1974 devil's radio chinese bones beautiful girl glass hotel electric guitar she doesn't exist adoration of the city airscape kimberley rew joins robyn on stage (!) city of shame kingdom of love insanely jealous both exit back on stage (same shirts) robyn & kimberley i often dream of trains (first time ever played with another human) tired of waiting for you (kinks) so you think you're in love (both exit; end of show)


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Jul 10 20:03:48 PDT 1997
Zoe has all the luck. I was in London in May when Robyn was anywhere but there, and when I return to the states, he plays a month straight in London. My God is a cruel one, I hope yours is less so.


FROM: Zoe <zoe.lawrence@bbc.co.uk>
DATE: Thu Jul 10 04:40:21 PDT 1997
Saw Robyn for the 4th time last night--at the 12 Bar Club in London. A beautiful set with an enchanting Chinese Bones and a fab cover of Tired of Waiting. Now I'm planning on catching ALL the rest of the dates in this run! Robyn, if you're reading this--thanks for loveliness and laughs. Zoe


FROM: CorporateWebSitesSuck <censorship@Robyn's_WB_Page_Sucks.COM>
DATE: Wed Jul 9 20:58:05 PDT 1997
Hitchc--k! Hitchc--k! Hitchc--k! You can't even type the artists own NAME fer crissakes! Yet I can say "fer crissakes"! And "blowjob", too! Who makes these decisions? His name isn't Hitchc(blank blank)k, dammit...


FROM: PinkMoon <Bryter@Layter.org>
DATE: Wed Jul 9 20:52:03 PDT 1997
sister jennifer..."I Saw Nick Drake" is a beautiful song! Here are the lyrics: I SAW NICK DRAKE I Saw Nick Drake At the corner of time and motion I caught his eye And he caught mine I said, "You're tall!" He said, "No deeper than tomorrow's ocean" I saw Nick Drake And he was fine And we're in bloom Yes we're in bloom I saw Nick Drake As we were carrying the ice together I saw his face Beneath the glass The net was gone And all his strawberries of English weather (?) I saw Nick Drake I saw him pass And we're in bloom Yeah we're in bloom I saw Nick Drake The habits of a lifetime Will lay you low Into your grave And when you're gone You take the whole world with you I saw Nick Drake I saw him wave Robyn Hitchc--k lyrics reproduced without permission For more info on Nick Drake...check out: http://www.algonet.se/~iguana/DRAKE/DRAKE.html


FROM: A&M guy <chomping_on_@_big_cigar.com>
DATE: Wed Jul 9 20:44:46 PDT 1997
Yeah, pungo...I love it when Robyn plays dat "Madonna o' the Bees" tune! Too bad he didn't sell as many units as Herb Alpert, though...Ah, dose was the days...


FROM: pungo
DATE: Tue Jul 8 07:41:03 PDT 1997
Gone Madonna of the swans, she waves a magic wand and then she settles on me...


FROM: pungo
DATE: Tue Jul 8 07:40:21 PDT 1997
Myk Murphy...that is incredible. When the film is released, I'm there!


FROM: sister jennifer <barn0047@tc.umn.edu>
DATE: Tue Jul 8 05:19:19 PDT 1997
New new new. I saw Robyn in Mpls. on May 24, 1997. He sang a song about Nick Drake. What can be said about that? Ahhhhhh.....


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Mon Jul 7 23:37:54 PDT 1997
pungo...you haven't heard? Jonathan Demme, creator of the Talking Heads film "Stop Making Sense" (****), filmed a performance of Robyn playing in Manhattan, entitled "Storefront Hitchc--k" (I think). The film will release in early '98, I hear. Go to http://remus.rutgers.edu/~woj/fegmaniax/index.html for the word. It's an impressive fan webpage, to say the least.


FROM: pungo
DATE: Mon Jul 7 17:39:24 PDT 1997
myk murphy...you have good taste my friend. A film? Tell more...


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Sun Jul 6 21:46:14 PDT 1997
I remember when I was first given a copy of Element of Light to spin. I was in high school, and it was terrific. That's all. Oddly enough, I still don't own a copy of that one. "Eye" is still my favorite, though I think "Moss Elixir" is amazing. "Mossy Liquor" is alot of fun, too. I can't wait for the film! woohoo!


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sun Jul 6 18:50:58 PDT 1997
Wow. No one's been here all day. Does anyone still jam out to element of light?


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sun Jul 6 03:08:47 PDT 1997
I'll be back. LATER!


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sun Jul 6 03:08:26 PDT 1997
Well, I heard that Robyn was in the studio with Peter Buck from rem. Can anyone enlighten me as to what they're doing?


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sun Jul 6 03:07:16 PDT 1997
Man, this is great a robyn hitchc--k site. Anyone wanna talk about one of the most creative geniuses of all time?


FROM: pungo
DATE: Sun Jul 6 03:06:11 PDT 1997
Hello Robyn Hitchc--k fans!


FROM: fake robyn <balloon@man>
DATE: Sat Jul 5 21:42:39 PDT 1997
the fake messag i left was meant as pure parody and i did not mean to upset anyones tender sensibilities i just thought robyns fans would have a sense of humor as I do and as a fan of robyns music I did not think any one wpould be offended by my rediculouse response to a silly offer to "come to my house...etc." please!!! anyone who was offended should listen a litte more closely to his music. give me a break.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Jun 30 12:01:23 PDT 1997
And for those of you looking for a hostile environment, go to www.jimrome.com (the jungle) and have at it. Leave this space for people with an interest in a great artist, not inflicting abuse on others. Shooo!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Jun 30 12:00:09 PDT 1997
Now now little girls. Robyn is an intelligent and yes, un-interneted individual. Recently when someone mentioned his "message board" to him, he went, "Huh?" Honest.


FROM: Antwoman <antwoman@lloyd.ftech.co.uk>
DATE: Mon Jun 30 06:27:37 PDT 1997
Antwoman here, Robyn's official 'news' service. If you are on the Antwoman email list and have not received Antwoman ~3, email me as there may have been a problem in delivery to your address. Thanks.A PS, please note that Robyn has not had access to the internet to date and has not posted anything here. Some of you need to find some more productive hobbies.


FROM: The Man <Man@LightbulbHead.org>
DATE: Sun Jun 29 18:06:00 PDT 1997
To the faux anti-Robyn below: Your personal fantasies about getting "raped up the bum" have no place here. Antwoman said it best: "Find a more productive hobby." Go haunt the Don Henley list, FIEND!!"


FROM: Robyn
DATE: Sat Jun 28 22:04:43 PDT 1997
My dearest Greg Mascioli, I will be playing in Philly, PA in September, but I regretfully have to turn your ever so generous invite down because the last time I went over a strangers house I got raped up me bum! Thanks anyhoo!! see you in september....gregers!


FROM: Greg Mascioli <mascioli@ix.netcom.com>
DATE: Fri Jun 27 18:46:14 PDT 1997
Robyn, When will you be playing in the Philadelphia, PA area again? And when you are in town, would you care to have dinner at my house with my wife and kids? Greg


FROM: Queen Elvis (in a dress) <sculpt_you@hard.com>
DATE: Fri Jun 27 12:56:20 PDT 1997
Dear Robyn...RE: your lyric revision of "Queen Elvis"--I'm glad you are no longer jealous of those "lovely blowjobs from the press"...more for me! Uh-huh-huh-hunh!