You must be referring to Jacknifed (She s a Butcher) . It s like when you cover a Dylan tune and you just wish you d written it. In this case the creditMessage 1 of 78 , Jan 2, 2007View SourceYou must be referring to "Jacknifed (She's a Butcher)". It's like when you cover a Dylan
tune and you just wish you'd written it. In this case the credit goes to Black Tulip...or is it
The Black Tulips? Rexy, you might be able to shed some light.
--- In email@example.com, "strumbird" <strumbird@...> wrote:
> Thanks for taking the time to reply Glenn and I appreciate the need
> for privacy on occasions. Good luck, good health and happy birthday
> for the other day. Hope to see the band in Adelaide again in the
> not too distant etc...
> I can't help but squeeze in another one. Do you share Matt's
> feeling that 'She's a Butcher' is your best yet?
> Cheers and Happy New Year to all!
> Andrew (the oldest....!!)
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "brokenspringbird" <augiehot@>
> > Cheeky indeed, especially given the time of year. A trend emerged
> in the last year for
> > magazine/street press interviews to be sent as lengthy
> questionnaires and occasionally "Dear
> > Mr. Songwriter, could
> > you please write 500 words on this topic due Tuesday...".
> Essentially you write the article for
> > the magazine. Not suggesting for a second that's the deal here
> Andrew, just a terrifying
> > echo, so I'll give you some
> > quick answers :
> > 1. I don't recall. Actually I do but it's private, like undies.
> > 2. I really doubt it but you never know. There's a few indies in
> USA very interested but we
> > have to negotiate the label situation here first - same as SB,
> whole lot of bullshit. That said
> > there will be a Canadian release through a Sony affiliate which we
> basically traded with Joel
> > Plaskett for his Oz release.
> > 3. Record companies tend to apply pressure at all the wrong
> times. I'll let you know when
> > it's happening. Have worked well with Sony since the album was
> released, at the same time
> > would like the freedom independence gives you in o/s dealings.
> > 4. There will be another album this year coming, but no way by
> May. If it doesn't come out
> > in 07, I'll leave the country and you'll have to find another
> bunch of incompetent soft rockers
> > to prop up. (I have 14 songs written, haven't even started yet).
> > By the way, it's my birthday, where the hell is my pony?
Hello all, I haven t looked in on this group for years. I have been trawling through thousands of these messages over the last couple of days. Glenn certainlyMessage 78 of 78 , Apr 13, 2007View SourceHello all,
I haven't looked in on this group for years. I have
been trawling through thousands of these messages over
the last couple of days. Glenn certainly posts a lot
more these days - good stuff!
Anyway, I was very excited to read of Matt's plans for
a vinyl box set. Hope its not too late to say: COUNT
ME IN! Augie are a band that definitely warrant vinyl
releases (SS in particular).
OT: I was very impressed with the AM & WASO on LATW -
rekindled my love for the band :-)
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