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    I just spoke to the Press Officer at City Slang Records but I haven’t had much luck in getting any further UK info.

    Here are the questions and answers:

    Q: Will there be any other UK gigs apart from 10 December at the Astoria?
    A: Highly unlikely as J is on a very tight schedule.

    Q: Who will the support bands be for the UK gig?
    A: No idea

    Q: Who’s in The Fog?
    A: No idea (I told him it was Berz and Watt but he had no idea).

    Q: Will there be any further singles from More Light?
    A: Almost definietly but nothing is confirmed as yet.

    Q: What do the credits on the CD booklet say?
    A: Described as "just a scribble" – the press officer said it mentions something along the lines of: Over a seven month period Kevin Shields played percussion, guitar and keyboards and produced, Tom Morran helped out and Bob Pollard sang on tracks 1, 7 and 8.
    It also credits management etc.

    No mention of Freakscene.net though!

    Anyone else got any more info?

    If I hear anything else I’ll post it here.



    <FONT> Here are the liner notes (sorry it took me so long):

    More Light was recorded + mixed at Bob’s Place off and on over 9 months. A lot of the engineering was by Tim O’heir. Some Drums engineered by Phil Ek. Kevin Shields brought Andrew Wilkinson to twiddle the knobs while they were here. This was a period of about 7 weeks where Kevin was producing, playing some guitar, percussion, and singing. Thom Monahan did yet more engineering. Dan Mcloughlin and Mark Allen Miller engineered the odd day here and there. John Agnello mixed it. Bob Pollard sang on 1, 7, 8. Managed by Bill + TJ at Ripchord in friggin Maine. Thanks Steve Kaul, Marcia, Lynn and everyone I forgot.
    Front cover, inside cover + layout Christiane Gude
    Bat Neil Blender
    J Leading Old People Pictures Phillip Virus
    Dad in Hula Skirt Mike Mascis
    Where’d you go mixed by Jack Joseph Puig at Ocean Way.
    Mastered by Scott Hull at Classic Sound.
    Thanks Dean Markly, Zildjian, Shure.
    Greg Dwinell is chief overseer of Bob’s Place.

    jeremiah [img]http://www.freakscene.net/ubb/smilies/bob.gif[/img]


    [This message has been edited by jeremiah (edited October 10, 2000).]



    I might be running some contests very soon for posters and such [img]http://www.freakscene.net/ubb/smilies/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/img] (Don’t have any at the moment but I am expecting to get a few)

    I think yer right about that painting being a tribute to their father. It was probably based on an old picture. That’s cool that J adds things like that in his albums.




    Momo – I have the new single. It came out in the UK a while ago. I have no idea about the US release though.



    What does "J leading old people pictures phillip virus" mean?!

    Chris [img]http://www.freakscene.net/ubb/smilies/earl.gif[/img]



    These pictures are great. Couple questions and comments. Anyone know where to obtain a poster print of the album cover? I’d love to have it, as it makes me laugh. Also, I know Jeremiah has included a link on the site to the Where’d You Go single online, but has anybody seen it in stores yet? Finally, anyone else agree the dad in the hula skirt is a tribute to their dad, who appeared in a hula skirt on the Quest cover? It’s sweet, at the risk of sounding like an asshole. But I am that at times so I guess it makes sense.



    "J leading old people pictures phillip virus" means the pictures of J leading the old people were taken by Phillip Virus. It looks funny because I injected the images right after the references in the credits in my post.

    jeremiah [img]http://www.freakscene.net/ubb/smilies/stitch.gif[/img]

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