FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:36:43 PST 1997
Buck Mulligan, The Clint Eastwood of His Generation!


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:36:15 PST 1997
Buck Mulligan, Mayor of Buffalo, and a great golfer too!


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:35:49 PST 1997
Buck Mulligan: Anon2's oh-too-friendly uncle.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:35:16 PST 1997
Your bulge is showing


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:34:37 PST 1997
You see, John used to write "You Bettcha" on all his tapes. Does he do that on the albums now? Don't have any of his big time Capricorn stuff, just old Mad Rover demos.


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:34:06 PST 1997
I can't stand this anymore. Please say something to me.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:33:25 PST 1997
Right. OK. Sure. Whatever. You bettcha. Hey, anybody want a pre-Cake John McCrea demo?


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:31:18 PST 1997
Are you saying goodbye and good riddance to me?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:29:33 PST 1997
OOPS! That should have been D for the B string, not C. You need to tune the B String to D. So it's: D,A,D,G,D,F#. Basic chord for the beginning is open strumming with the second fret, third string fretted. Other chords (for verse) are easily played on the 7th and 5th frets.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:27:37 PST 1997
Myk: Hello. I really really am not the only one here. Besides, I am working today so I can have next Friday off. You see, I can be here and work at the same time. In fact, when I am not here, I am not at work, either. Well, almost never. By the way, for you guitarists out there, here's the tuning for Pink Moon (the song: low E to high E: D, A, D, C, F#. Yes, you have to tune the B string up to C! And the high E up to F#. But trust me, it works. Just make sure you have fresh strings and your guitar is not already tuned higher than it should be.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:24:25 PST 1997
anon2: please read "Punctuate It Right!" by Harry Shaw, 1963, Barnes & Noble. ISBN 0-6-463255-5


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:23:37 PST 1997
WLA: Greetings! I spotted you in the murk! yeah, wla, if the time and price are right, then i'll fly! london in winter is probably more authentic... not so many darn americans around. note to anon: go out and do something. you've just wasted another hour of your life here, judging from the time stamps on your postings. it's a glorious sat--day, go use it.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:17:35 PST 1997
How can I leave your name out of it if I don't know what it is, t-t?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:13:26 PST 1997
Good then leave me and my name out of. Start posting as your self. Goodbye and Good Riddance.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:11:56 PST 1997
Buffalo: "Canada Without Canucks!"


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:11:06 PST 1997
Cleveland, Home of the Deep Fried Booger!


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:10:15 PST 1997
It's YOU who are between me and Chewing Wax, you filthy pervert dog cutie. Rattle tinkle toesie!


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:06:26 PST 1997
I'll really miss you, but at least I'll know how you feel about me.


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:04:00 PST 1997
Just tell me if you want me to F.U.C.K. Off?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:02:44 PST 1997
You do not bother me, this is between you and Chewing Wax.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:00:12 PST 1997
Yutz-boy is not from Cleveland.


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 10:00:06 PST 1997
You make all my days brighter. You make me feel alive. Please don't go.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:56:44 PST 1997
L: Now you're mad at me. Sorry. You just come in here mid-sentence and refer to events as if we were all there. I mean, huh? Are you anon2 in drag?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:55:21 PST 1997
Anon2: Get it, a solo album with a guy with the same...oh never mind. By,e


FROM: Frank Black
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:54:43 PST 1997
I gotta quit this show and put out a solo album with Frank Black. A Pixie and a Profiler?


FROM: Jose Chung
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:54:03 PST 1997
Right here, God.


FROM: Onan Boopta
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:53:43 PST 1997
Hey, where am I?


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:53:14 PST 1997


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:52:53 PST 1997
L, re: Get a Life: That was directed at Yutz Boy. Is that you? Are you a Boy? That's what I thought.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:52:13 PST 1997
L: I don't know what you did. I don't know you. Never seen you, never talked to you until this very moment. What the F.U.C.K are you talking about?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:51:24 PST 1997
Cleveland, Home of the Yutz Boy!


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:49:49 PST 1997
What did I do? When you say "Get a life" are you referring to me?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:49:17 PST 1997
L: What are you talking about


FROM: yutz boy
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:48:46 PST 1997
I had one, but you've stolen it. Now I have to live on this board and gnaw on your soul like a spit-encrusted chew toy. Have a nice day! Rattle tinkle tee!


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:45:48 PST 1997
I know you're angry because I was ignoring you. I know it doesn't feel good to be ignored. Please don't be angry with me.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:42:09 PST 1997
Get a life yutz-boy.


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:41:53 PST 1997
That one face looks like a cute koala bear.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:40:03 PST 1997


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:39:52 PST 1997
: hȨ


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:39:24 PST 1997


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:38:56 PST 1997
Cleveland motto: "Taste Her Charms, We Got Plenty of Rolaid!"


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:38:25 PST 1997
Even though we are physically apart,that does mean we don't exist. We exchange our thoughts and ideas. We are relating to each other in a unique way.


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:38:20 PST 1997
Buffalo, Sponsor of All Man-Made Falling Space Debris!


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:35:42 PST 1997
xavi granda, please read "Punctuate It Right!" by Harry Shaw, 1963, Barnes & Noble. ISBN 0-6-463255-5.


FROM: ~
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:33:14 PST 1997


FROM: Ć
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:32:41 PST 1997


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:32:25 PST 1997
I didn't mean to make you feel like you were being ignored. What you said to me really hurt. I feel like I mean nothing to you.


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:25:03 PST 1997
Please.


FROM: L.
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:24:14 PST 1997
I accept your apology. Can we be friends again?


FROM: L.Can uy
DATE: Sat Nov 22 09:21:52 PST 1997
Can you show me how to create those faces with circles and diagonal lines. Can yousay something to me?


FROM:
DATE: Sat Nov 22 07:33:21 PST 1997


FROM: (====)
DATE: Sat Nov 22 07:32:53 PST 1997
: hk ,


FROM: Bobby [Deniro, in miners hat, glazed looking - Deniro, not the hat]
DATE: Sat Nov 22 07:31:08 PST 1997
WLA Glad you got past the murk so you could post your sludge.


FROM: xavi granda <ggranda@mx3.redestb.es>
DATE: Sat Nov 22 06:35:52 PST 1997
Does anyone knows Carl Arnheiter(aka Taratn Keats)?Ive some spanish stuff for him.If somebody knows him,please tell him .Thanks.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Sat Nov 22 02:13:22 PST 1997
How is everyone???


FROM: WLA
DATE: Fri Nov 21 23:48:49 PST 1997
I read an interview where Robyn said Quentin Crisp posed for one of his art classes.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Fri Nov 21 23:41:30 PST 1997
So the "murk" is/are ASCII characters! - do like that bunny, tho.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Fri Nov 21 23:38:55 PST 1997
Sleepy: Hopefully you've mastered the art of scrolling at lightning speed thru the weekend MURK on this board. . . . . So, in what teensy club in London is RH playing next month? (You may be able to tempt Myk with that one! My husband, the tropical plant, would wither in the climate, so we'll have to pass. We are thinking of London in the spring, tho'. . . . .) I dunno about Jazz Butcher these days - isn't Pat Fish into space/techno stuff now? I checked out the website for his latest bunch, 'Sumosonic' - the little Roswell-man logo is enough to send me running the other way. But THANKS for the news! / Hope to chat with y'all 'real-time' sometime soon . . .


FROM: oh shut up ya bastard
DATE: Fri Nov 21 23:18:40 PST 1997
Peter sat down to rest; he was out of breath and trembling with fright, and he had not the least idea which way to go. Also he was very damp with sitting in that can. he went to get a beer. After a time he began to wander about, going lippity--lippity--not very fast, and looking all around.


FROM: MRS. TIGGY-WINKLE
DATE: Fri Nov 21 23:13:55 PST 1997
Mr. McGregor was on his hands and knees planting out young cabbages, but he jumped up and ran after Peter, waving a rake and calling out, "Stop thief." Peter was most dreadfully frightened; he rushed all over the garden, for he had forgotten the way back to the sodding gate. He lost one of his shoes among the cabbages, and the other shoe amongst good brain Scientists,in Cleveland.


FROM: ART! STEW
DATE: Fri Nov 21 23:08:20 PST 1997
thats not Rod it's Quentin Crisp on a good day.see previous archive.


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 21:45:32 PST 1997
STEWART!


FROM: Somebody from Rod Stewert m.b.
DATE: Fri Nov 21 21:44:01 PST 1997
You people are pathetic, don't you have lives worth livivg? You sit around here talking about Robyn like he's some kind of demigod. Only getting off your fat a--es to get a beer. You should be ashamed of yourself, your family should be ashamed of you! In a word "GET A LIFE".


FROM: L.
DATE: Fri Nov 21 20:20:00 PST 1997
Oh, I guess you are sleeping.


FROM: L.
DATE: Fri Nov 21 20:19:09 PST 1997
By the way, very creative artwork you've constructed on this board.


FROM: Lorraine
DATE: Fri Nov 21 20:17:05 PST 1997
We need to meet so we can spend time with each other.


FROM: Lorraine
DATE: Fri Nov 21 19:55:24 PST 1997
I've drank much too much wine. I still hurt very much, but, I know that I love you with everything I am.I can't bear the thought of never talking to you again!


FROM: GP!
DATE: Fri Nov 21 17:17:06 PST 1997
My new t-tle will be GimPpy poofter That by no means makes me ant less scary! You should still all fear me. . , Where all good brain Scientists Are in Cleveland,.


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Fri Nov 21 17:04:26 PST 1997
Nobody Scares


FROM: Claustrophobicguy
DATE: Fri Nov 21 16:06:04 PST 1997
I just heard Uncle Bobby on the Radio! Which is strange, cuz it isn't even on (the radio, that is).


FROM: OJ
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:40:56 PST 1997
Long Live Michael Moore!


FROM: Silly
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:33:51 PST 1997
Hey, I'm Silly. I have a voice like Tickle-Me-Elmo. I am having a party here in Buffalo. It's BYOB, thought! Bring your own Buttplug!


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:28:49 PST 1997
Cleveland, Where Scientists are Waiting for a Roomful of Monkeys. (Ordered them last week. Should be here by now!)


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:28:00 PST 1997
Buffalo, Where Scientists Are Waiting for A Roomful of Monkeys to Type the Complete Works of James Joyce.


FROM: Webmaster <webmaster@wbr.com>
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:23:05 PST 1997
Please cut and paste all of the archives at once. We would really love it.


FROM: (::0::)
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:22:17 PST 1997


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:21:06 PST 1997
Poser was intentional, monkey. Rattle tinkle tee


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:19:34 PST 1997
I just pooped in YOUR pants I'm so scared, Ghost Poser


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:16:28 PST 1997
ant?


FROM: GP!
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:13:09 PST 1997
My new t-tle will be GP! It's alot quicker to type than Ghost Poster! That by no means makes me ant less scary! You should still all fear me.


FROM: Ghost Poster! <Don't mess with me, boy!>
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:11:39 PST 1997
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 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 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 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 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 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: Ghost Poster!
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:10:19 PST 1997
Are you mocking my power? How dare you!


FROM: Gumby Theatre
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:05:37 PST 1997
[In high-pitched voice] Wow! Next week we will show you how to string together complete thoughts of your very own. Then, someday, we'll teach you colors!


FROM: Ghost Poster!!!!! <HA!HA!Evil Laugh!!!!>
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:01:30 PST 1997
You never know when I will strike! I am the Ghost Poster! I am here to remind all you people of the humble (idiotic) beginnings of your loved message board! Do not attempt to stop me------ever! I AM ALIVE FOREVER MORE!


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Fri Nov 21 15:01:16 PST 1997
St.op taht!


FROM: anon2
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:59:22 PST 1997
He,y That was, Me.!


FROM: //:0:\\
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:57:51 PST 1997
AH, the monkey's upset. Sorry! Rattle Tinkle Tee!


FROM: Michael Jackson
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:56:53 PST 1997
Pick 'Em & Flick 'Em!


FROM: Ghost of ARCHIVE ONE!!! <(Dr. Winston O' Boogie? Puhhhlease!!!)>
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:56:38 PST 1997
ommunities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: Dr. Winston O' Boogie er, Steve DATE: Sat Nov 9 15:17:11 PST 1996 Thank you very much for making the music you do. I of course realize that you're not doing it for me, especially, but if people were only thankful for those things directed at them specifically we'd be a bitter lot. I'm a fan of everything from Angielpoise Lamp to present (okay...most Egyptians stuff aside). Why do I mention this? It's supposed to make you think that I've got taste or something or other that would lead you to write back. It would really be wonderful to hear how you're doing, actually. What's happening in Robynland and surrounding communities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: Dr. Winston O' Boogie er, Steve DATE: Sat Nov 9 15:16:51 PST 1996 Thank you very much for making the music you do. I of course realize that you're not doing it for me, especially, but if people were only thankful for those things directed at them specifically we'd be a bitter lot. I'm a fan of everything from Angielpoise Lamp to present (okay...most Egyptians stuff aside). Why do I mention this? It's supposed to make you think that I've got taste or something or other that would lead you to write back. It would really be wonderful to hear how you're doing, actually. What's happening in Robynland and surrounding communities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: Dr. Winston O' Boogie er, Steve DATE: Sat Nov 9 15:16:05 PST 1996 Thank you very much for making the music you do. I of course realize that you're not doing it for me, especially, but if people were only thankful for those things directed at them specifically we'd be a bitter lot. I'm a fan of everything from Angielpoise Lamp to present (okay...most Egyptians stuff aside). Why do I mention this? It's supposed to make you think that I've got taste or something or other that would lead you to write back. It would really be wonderful to hear how you're doing, actually. What's happening in Robynland and surrounding communities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: cody gates DATE: Fri Nov 8 23:53:56 PST 1996 well, just got back from the show here in san fran...he played a good bit of the new album but threw in a few classics like "Egyptian Cream," "Beautiful Girl," "Serpent at the Gates of Wisdom" and of course "Only the Stones Remain"...Billy Bragg was fun too (if one can call Billy fun)...can't wait to hear more about project with Demme... FROM: Colin Brown DATE: Fri Nov 8 09:35:07 PST 1996 When is he playing the Forum @ Tunbridge Wells in England again? PS Where in England can you buy Mossy Liquor? FROM: cody gates DATE: Tue Nov 5 22:01:36 PST 1996 hey, well, I'm seeing Robyn this weekend in San Fran. I'm jazzed to hear about Demme and the fact that he shares our (all us folks) obsession. Looking forward to a great show as usual. Hope to hear from Robyn on this board at some point. I'll relay his set after the gig for all. FROM: mhaller DATE: Tue Nov 5 16:54:31 PST 1996 i am obsessed with robyn and raymond chandler FROM: pat akers DATE: Tue Nov 5 15:13:53 PST 1996 The message below is about 95% correct. I hope I remembered everything correctly. The only thing I would clarify is that the set he is playing now includes a couple of new Robyn originals. The movie and soundtrack may be all new; there may be some older stuff as well. That's what they're working out. FROM: Pat Akers DATE: Tue Nov 5 15:07:50 PST 1996 I got the chance to hang out with Robyn after his show Friday night and asked him what he thought about this site, and unfortunately, he has not seen it.He did ask me to pass a couple of messages along, though. To the people who have set up a Web site dedicated to Figgy, the cat that graces the inside of Moss Elixir. He is the not the cat's true father. He is only the step-father. Michele already had the cat when they got together. He also wanted to pass along that Michele has only one L. Other than that, he is getting ready for the filming that will take place at the end of the tour in New York. Jonathan Demme will be directing, and there's the possibility that up to four shows will be recorded and edited into the final film, which should be out in the first quater of next year. At this point, Robyn and Warner Bros. are working out what will be included in the set and what will appear on the soundtrack. He is playing a couple of new songs that may be performed for the film. He also said there is some talk that he may be back in the States in the spring for some more dates. FROM: Griffith Davies DATE: Tue Nov 5 09:00:20 PST 1996 Just a quick note here....Have any of you noticed that this message board will not display Robyn's full last name? Bizzare. FROM: carolyn young DATE: Sun Nov 3 16:35:55 PST 1996 I have 1 extra ticket for the Hitchc--k/Bragg show at the El Rey in LA on Sunday, Nov. 10. I paid $35 through Ticket Master, but would happily dump it for $20. Takers? FROM: Truman Peyote DATE: Sat Nov 2 13:01:59 PST 1996 And one more thing...... Looking at the notes I notice that you were playing along with a Bert Jansch LP in 1967, which seems like a rather advanced thing to be playing along with for someone who didn't learn to tune his guitar until 1968. Explain, please :). Thanks again, Susan FROM: Truman Peyote DATE: Sat Nov 2 12:48:28 PST 1996 Hi Robyn! Saw you at the Vic in Chicago, you were brilliant. Thee immortal Hedblade asked you to sign a picture for me, and your gracious consent to do so made me very very delightedly happy! Thank you! For the picture, and for the lovely music and stories (will we see them collected and published someday? I can't wait!) and paintings, and for existing, generally. Love, Susan FROM: Chris Foley DATE: Thu Oct 31 11:49:03 PST 1996 Speaking of drunk at Robyn shows, one show he gave at the 86 Street Music Hall in Vancouver about 3-4 years ago found me completed faced. My memory of that night is one of those special memories that make you cringe when you think of them. You know the ones. I ended up screaming "ROBYN! ROBYN!" at the stage like some moronic Oasis fan. I can't go on. How humiliating. Sorry Robyn, your fans really aren't like that, except when they drink stupid glow in the dark bar drinks. FROM: michael legge DATE: Wed Oct 30 10:05:22 PST 1996 robyn do you think you can ever truly forgive me for being so drunk at the jazz cafe? also, to any of the fans who couldn't get their hands on a copy of 'mossy liquor' - I'VE GOT ONE AND ITS GREAT!!! (better packaging than the cd too!!) FROM: michael legge DATE: Wed Oct 30 10:01:19 PST 1996 robyn, do you think you could ever truly forgive me for being so drunk at the jazz cafe? also, to all the rh fans who can't get a copy of 'moss elixer' - I'VE GOT ONE AND IT'S REALLY GREAT! (better packaging than the cd too!!) FROM: Tom Marker DATE: Tue Oct 29 18:53:20 PST 1996 Robyn, The new album is great. And there's so much about you on the web. Thanks to all the fans for all the hard work compiling all this information. It's a great help to me when doing radio interviews. I look forward to seeing you again tomorrow FROM: John Taylor DATE: Mon Oct 28 11:30:57 PST 1996 Robyn! Thanks for the great music. I met you at the Warfield in SF during your Respect tour. I was with Chris Alexander. We talked a little but you are such an important musical energy for me that I was virtually tongue-tied. When I saw you at the Great American in SF a couple years before, it was the greatest show I'd ever seen. Anyway, I've lost touch with Chris ...pass on this email address if you know where he is.... I miss him, he's a great person. Thanks again for all the honesty and beauty and skill it is so so rare and precious. FROM: Alternity DATE: Mon Oct 28 07:20:05 PST 1996 Robyn..If you read this..I saw you in 93 at the Vic in Chicago.You were getting off the bus. I was way too timid to barely make eye contact.Anyway if I see you this time around I swear I will comment to you on the fact that you have been a positive influence on my life. FROM: Weekend Edition/Sunday - NPR DATE: Thu Oct 24 12:08:55 PDT 1996 Hello Robyn Hitchc--k fans -- Please note that there'll be a conversation with Robyn Hitchc--k on this Sunday's Weekend Edition on National Public Radio. Our prorgram airs from 8-10 am Eastern Time, repeated from 10-noon and noon-2pm. Please call your local public radio station for specific broadcast time in your area... Hope you can tune in! --Ned Wharton Director Weekend Edition/Sunday NPR FROM: Phil DATE: Wed Oct 23 13:04:47 PDT 1996 Your latest album/cd is probably your best work to date. I am esp impressed with "A Happy Bird is a Filthy Bird." My eight year old daughter can't stop singing this song. Is another acoustic cd coming, like EYE? FROM: Neil Marks DATE: Wed Oct 23 12:55:06 PDT 1996 Hey... I've heard that Jonathan Demme will be filming the Beacon(NYC) show for a full-length motion picture. Any truth to this? Also, for people looking for Mossy Liquor, I uncovered a stack of them at the Virgin Megastore in NYC. They are only $10.99. As of a few days ago, they had about 15 copies. Give them a call- I'm sure they do mailorders. FROM: Griffith Davies DATE: Tue Oct 22 10:51:13 PDT 1996 Well, I was travelling "at the speed of things" and I got a traffic ticket this morning. No cash to see Robyn now.:( FROM: Lars Gustafson DATE: Fri Oct 18 13:44:21 PDT 1996 Many years back when in Mpls. MN. i requested some Barrett..."No!" Any chance for a bit come November 1? FROM: Alternity DATE: Wed Oct 16 09:19:08 PDT 1996 Hey Hitchcickieans, I am In Indianapolis and traveling to The Vic in Chicago to see Robyn the 30th!If anyone wants to come along and listen to me sing along to all of his Records..then by God, Email me. FROM: ROBIN BROWN DATE: Tue Oct 15 19:57:52 PDT 1996 f--k i spelt your name wrong robyn i hope you can see why. sorry FROM: ROBIN BROWN DATE: Tue Oct 15 19:55:46 PDT 1996 robin i've seen you every time you have been in toronto but the last time was the best when you were solo. i was standing beside you in the john having a wiz wanted to say shake your hand or something but it seemed inappropriate considering... can't wait till the show in toronto oct 29th, lousy venue though. keep up the amazing stuff there's no one else out there like you. FROM: Matt Spaugh DATE: Tue Oct 15 08:32:12 PDT 1996 If you want to know what the future holds..... FROM: Me DATE: Tue Oct 15 06:20:53 PDT 1996 Hi Robyn! FROM: Colin McDonald DATE: Fri Oct 11 17:01:10 PDT 1996 Looking for vinyl copy of Mossy Elixer...I have been unable to find it at any record store and they all have stated they don't know how to get it. FROM: Brian Downing DATE: Wed Oct 9 17:53:23 PDT 1996 Autumn is Your last chance perfectly captures the ambience of Fall, while Winter Love was made to be heard while looking out the window in December. Any comments? FROM: Don Henson DATE: Tue Oct 8 16:57:28 PDT 1996 I went to the Robyn Hitchc--k page. It's quite nice. I was hoping for the lyrics to "Wading Through A Ventilator" I did want to note that "Dancing On God's Thumbs" last line is: It's Only A Disco. Also in "Eaten by Her Own Dinner" the line is Her lungs inflated by chipotle's " which are smokewd jalapeno peppers. Enough babble . Thanks for the space to write and the artist to breathe. Disturbed enough, Don FROM: Don Henson DATE: Tue Oct 8 16:57:19 PDT 1996 I went to the Robyn Hitchc--k page. It's quite nice. I was hoping for the lyrics to "Wading Through A Ventilator" I did want to note that "Dancing On God's Thumbs" last line is: It's Only A Disco. Also in "Eaten by Her Own Dinner" the line is Her lungs inflated by chipotle's " which are smokewd jalapeno peppers. Enough babble . Thanks for the space to write and the artist to breathe. Disturbed enough, Don FROM: Don Henson DATE: Tue Oct 8 16:57:06 PDT 1996 I went to the Robyn Hitchc--k page. It's quite nice. I was hoping for the lyrics to "Wading Through A Ventilator" I did want to note that "Dancing On God's Thumbs" last line is: It's Only A Disco. Also in "Eaten by Her Own Dinner" the line is Her lungs inflated by chipotle's " which are smokewd jalapeno peppers. Enough babble . Thanks for the space to write and the artist to breathe. Disturbed enough, Don FROM: The Ghost Shrimp DATE: Mon Oct 7 12:49:36 PDT 1996 yip FROM: Ian Taylor DATE: Sat Oct 5 12:57:20 PDT 1996 It's about time Robyn got the deal his music deserves - it should have been years ago, back in the days when the Egyptians were regularly playing venues in England, but better late than never. Oh and here's another request for Mossy Liquor to have a UK release. FROM: Melvin Pena DATE: Sat Oct 5 12:31:30 PDT 1996 Mr. Hitchc--k, is there any way on earth that you could make a side-trip when you play in Chicago to sing a few at Notre Dame. I know we're in the middle of Nowhere, Indiana, but anyway. FROM: i. singer DATE: Fri Oct 4 11:53:04 PDT 1996 Robyn: first of all, Liquor, in its pure untrammeled, tingly-spined spiky grumbly glory spikes the smooth Elixir. More of that, please! But WHYoWhy the WARFIELD? Please come to a little place, like the Great American Music Hall, so we can watch you grow a little greyer in our time lapse photos. Or else, you can play my living room. Cheers. FROM: Pat Akers DATE: Fri Oct 4 10:14:55 PDT 1996 I've just got tickets to Robyn's show in Minneapolis. Does anyone know if he's solo this time around, or does he have a backing band with him? FROM: Dave Ramsey DATE: Wed Oct 2 23:07:24 PDT 1996 Hi there...does Robyn have any plans to play anywhere in Massachusetts in October or November? FROM: brian downing DATE: Sun Sep 29 12:38:41 PDT 1996 I passed by you in the dark while walking across the quad in Oberlin in February of 1992. All I could muster was "Hi, Robyn" as I kept walking towards the gig. My friend I was walking with didn't even believe it was you. You turned around after we were about twenty yards away to see why we had kept walking. I guess I should've asked for an autograph... FROM: jay nova DATE: Thu Sep 26 09:28:54 PDT 1996 hey robyn, I was one of the fans outside of peabody's down under in cleveland, ohio, that you photographed. why aren't you comming back to cleveland this year. we miss you. FROM: Mike Godwin DATE: Thu Sep 26 09:02:32 PDT 1996 Following Jon Naylor's good question about non-availability of Mossy Liquor in the UK: why are 'The Words' on this site from ML and not from Moss Elixir? FROM: Hal Brandt DATE: Wed Sep 25 20:36:30 PDT 1996 Robyn...is that internet original art auction going to happen? Or, how about a gallery show in Chicago? I've got empty wall space just begging for a Hitchc--k original. Paintings or cartoons or a pencil sketch...they're as cool as your songs! Please make them available...and not just on T-shirts or CD covers. A book of original art would be superb. Or, how about doing a comic book?!? OK, I'll get off yer back...You're probably dancin' as fast as you can. You should send a message to the fegmaniax list once in a while via your friend with the computer. It'd be good to hear from you. ;) Everyone else...throw away your digitally remastered Don Henley CD's and get ME and ML! FROM: Russell Steele DATE: Tue Sep 24 20:14:21 PDT 1996 I've looked high and low for the vinyl version of "Mossy Liquor" but cannot find a copy. Would anyone like to part with theirs? Please email me privately. thanks FROM: Nichole Byrne DATE: Tue Sep 24 17:52:40 PDT 1996 Robyn, are you married?? I wish all guys were like you! Wonderful new album. FROM: Crackity Jones DATE: Mon Sep 23 10:53:44 PDT 1996 WB--thanks for posting the tour dates. And robyn--I look forward to seeing you a few times this tour. John FROM: David Watts DATE: Sun Sep 22 18:07:30 PDT 1996 Hey Robyn - great new album - a major label debut done your way - great! My dogs and I appreciate your efforts... FROM: Kate Flewelling DATE: Fri Sep 20 19:51:59 PDT 1996 Robyn, rock on forever! You are the absolute best in the entire world! My roommate and I have your poster right on our closet door. When are you coming to Mount Holyoke? Please come! FROM: McKay and Katharine DATE: Fri Sep 20 19:49:06 PDT 1996 Where do we start...we love Robyn. We just happened upon him one day, and we have never been the same. We have Robyn upon the walls of our dorm room. We were really wondering though, if it would at all be possible for Robyn to play at our college, Mount Holyoke? We would be so excited to see him in person. And so would many of our friends. It would make our year here so much better. Lots of Love, McKay and Katharine


FROM: Ghost of ARCHIVE ONE!!! <(Dr. Winston O' Boogie? Puhhhlease!!!)>
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:56:22 PST 1997
ommunities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: Dr. Winston O' Boogie er, Steve DATE: Sat Nov 9 15:17:11 PST 1996 Thank you very much for making the music you do. I of course realize that you're not doing it for me, especially, but if people were only thankful for those things directed at them specifically we'd be a bitter lot. I'm a fan of everything from Angielpoise Lamp to present (okay...most Egyptians stuff aside). Why do I mention this? It's supposed to make you think that I've got taste or something or other that would lead you to write back. It would really be wonderful to hear how you're doing, actually. What's happening in Robynland and surrounding communities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: Dr. Winston O' Boogie er, Steve DATE: Sat Nov 9 15:16:51 PST 1996 Thank you very much for making the music you do. I of course realize that you're not doing it for me, especially, but if people were only thankful for those things directed at them specifically we'd be a bitter lot. I'm a fan of everything from Angielpoise Lamp to present (okay...most Egyptians stuff aside). Why do I mention this? It's supposed to make you think that I've got taste or something or other that would lead you to write back. It would really be wonderful to hear how you're doing, actually. What's happening in Robynland and surrounding communities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: Dr. Winston O' Boogie er, Steve DATE: Sat Nov 9 15:16:05 PST 1996 Thank you very much for making the music you do. I of course realize that you're not doing it for me, especially, but if people were only thankful for those things directed at them specifically we'd be a bitter lot. I'm a fan of everything from Angielpoise Lamp to present (okay...most Egyptians stuff aside). Why do I mention this? It's supposed to make you think that I've got taste or something or other that would lead you to write back. It would really be wonderful to hear how you're doing, actually. What's happening in Robynland and surrounding communities? Do you know where I can find sheet music for your stuff? If a train left New York headed for Akron at two-hundred miles an hour and another in the opposite direction at one-hundred-fifty what are the odds that somebody from Eric Clapton's band is on one of them? Anyway, if you'd write back with responses it would be swell. If you ever want to hear the music I'm writing (influenced strongly by I Often Dream of Trains especially) lemme' know. I'm sorry if Warner is making you read all of these but it's really great to have a chance to say thank you! Yer-good-ol-buddy-ol-fan, Steve Cullison FROM: cody gates DATE: Fri Nov 8 23:53:56 PST 1996 well, just got back from the show here in san fran...he played a good bit of the new album but threw in a few classics like "Egyptian Cream," "Beautiful Girl," "Serpent at the Gates of Wisdom" and of course "Only the Stones Remain"...Billy Bragg was fun too (if one can call Billy fun)...can't wait to hear more about project with Demme... FROM: Colin Brown DATE: Fri Nov 8 09:35:07 PST 1996 When is he playing the Forum @ Tunbridge Wells in England again? PS Where in England can you buy Mossy Liquor? FROM: cody gates DATE: Tue Nov 5 22:01:36 PST


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:56:17 PST 1997
Cleveland, Most Scabs West of Buffalo!


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:55:13 PST 1997
Buffalo, official city of Barf Chocolate Drink, with spokesperson Michael Jackson, who's been shopping for an Amusement Park owned by a underwear company.


FROM: Willybee
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:53:47 PST 1997
Hey, That WAS Me, Dangit. And Cleveland's cool, now that the pedophile cult has been rounded up.


FROM: Burroughs Cut-Up Joyce Buttlick
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:53:01 PST 1997
Hay, there was me, not!


FROM: Vampire Very Funny Doesn't Mean to Be
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:52:28 PST 1997
He,y That wasnt, Me.!


FROM: CutNPaste Monkey
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:51:37 PST 1997
Hey, that wasn't me!


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:50:49 PST 1997
Elle M. fans be advised, you will bite off your lower lip if you go there.


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:50:21 PST 1997
And, so....the valiant warrior packs up his sword and marches off to battle, with victory in mind. (And so, rOb packs up his guitar and drives down to the club, with scoring in mind) I'm off to the show....wish me luck!


FROM: ((-{(-)}-))
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:12:25 PST 1997
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FROM: Joe
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:11:44 PST 1997
I hear ya


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:07:28 PST 1997
Famous Babes, eh?


FROM: ((-{()}-))
DATE: Fri Nov 21 14:04:03 PST 1997


FROM: Joe
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:41:38 PST 1997
Morrisey - the Robyn cover of "Everyday is like sunday" (the Smiths?) is excellent. Have it on Unreleased Hatchlings (vol1&2). email the dude at House of Figgy. he has Uncarved Pumpkin. This does not have "Rabbit Train" howsoever. The cover for Unreleased Hatchlings is at www.alternatech.net/jh3/crabcard.gif This collection is the best, and all you pay for is the tapes along with post. Check it out!


FROM: hazi tazi
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:38:33 PST 1997
sister meet thumbs indeed irony?


FROM: mazi
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:35:06 PST 1997
she,s bringing her sister to meet me to perform it. a thumbs up.difficult.irony?, indeed.


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:27:50 PST 1997
Anon2 does high-kook: beautiful female mouth pants by her sister to perform and small, difficult irony


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:21:03 PST 1997
Cleveland, Home of Buffalo. Huh? Tinkle


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:18:32 PST 1997
Buffalo, Home of Anon2's Deep Fried Lard Pie Factory. Stinky place, next to Silly's hospital.


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:16:58 PST 1997
Anon2: Buck Mulligan is from Ulysses S. Grant's Autobiography. Sheesh. Don't you know anything?


FROM: ebony totem
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:06:37 PST 1997
the beautiful female who mouthed my pants in Buffalo by the way, she's bringing her sister to meet me I tried to perform it and that's very, very small. difficult irony indeed...Ch-ch-ch-ch-Chlorpromazine


FROM: Joe
DATE: Fri Nov 21 13:05:54 PST 1997
Damn it! Buck Mulligan is from the first (and the eighth, and the twelfth) chapters of James Joyces Ulysses. It is NOT a golf term! Silly!


FROM: plain ole' stupid
DATE: Fri Nov 21 12:58:13 PST 1997
I would type something but I have a paper to write.heh,heh


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Fri Nov 21 12:57:33 PST 1997
see ya later, mr wax. yeah, rob, i wish you good luck too! woohoo! if she's bringing her sister to the show, then she must have given you a thumbs up! if you succeed with this young lady, NEVER show her this place... she'll think you still have it bad for claire. heh heh.


FROM:
DATE: Fri Nov 21 12:48:52 PST 1997
I saw Nick Drake at the corner of time and motion And when you go, you take the whole world with you...


FROM: Joe
DATE: Fri Nov 21 12:47:46 PST 1997
hi! CW - aren't the Kershaw tapes the best. Too bad Railway shoes isnt on it tho.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Fri Nov 21 12:41:21 PST 1997
No. I haven't changed my name. I won't give in. I won't bow down. I'm going home now. I love you all very much. Hey rOb - good luck, if you know what I mean. Bye Myk.