Re: Unmuddle my head, please
Date: Wed 19 Jun 1996 - 23:09:08 PDT
>was a BBC special effects person.
It's not my place as receiver of this information from other, more illustrious list members to act as authority. However, it's such a lovely story that I guess it's worth sticking my worth-nothing boot in here:
Rosemary Davis was, apparently, i/c the BBC special effects department. Inconceivably, something akin to a "greatest hits" package of sound effects was released at some point, viz: "Rosemary Davis' World of Sound". The tracklisting was, well, the lyrics. This is _so_ perfect, I can hardly believe it.
Curiously, this (RDWoS) record is not easily available, but anyone who spends any time working in the vicinity of BBC studios, as I have for the last few years (coincidentally), will know that Special Effects Records seem to be regularly chucked out into a large skip on the street outside. Why? Who knows, but a few pints and I'm down the local BBC skip mumbling something incoherent about finding this record.
Can't help re: caroline wheeler. Southern Mark Smith is, I believe, an archetype.
Esther, Esther. I'm coming for you Esther.
Re: bootlegs. Of what, exactly? I have, I admit, purchased a Sister-sized jiffy bag since our local aquarium is some 200 miles away, but I'd like to know what I'm buying into.
Re: Recent new subscriber. Is that Mark Russell Associates as in "Somewhere North of San Francisco" Mark Russell? Lost your email, sorry.
"join us as we journey through our array of cheeses." - AIF Received on Thu Jun 20 00:09:46 1996