YTSEJAM digest 713

Date: Wed Feb 22 1995 - 22:31:37 EST

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                                YTSEJAM Digest 713

    Today's Topics:

      1) More Guitar Stuff
     by The Longshot <>
      2) Dubsite moving
      3) Re: Stockholm show
      4) Regional Ytse-gathers
     by Shawna Lea of the Many Nicknames <SADAMS1@WELLESLEY.EDU>
      5) Dream Theater info
     by "Spandex Bumble Bee" <>
      6) Re: Tab Book
     by Slick Doggy Dawg <>
      7) New FAQ editor
     by Michael Bahr <>
      8) Late night.
     by "Brian J. Wherry" <>
      9) PAL-to-NTSC, Pet Peeves
     by U-E59578-Charles Hanley <>
     10) Re: Kev demos
     by John B Ashcraft <>
     11) Quick, Serious Question...
     by Hairball <>
     12) Re: Sloppyjoe69
     by James Peele <>
     13) Re: corruption in the goat herd
     by Eric Moegling <>
     14) LaBrie
     by Jean-nicolas Poussart <ejp2570@Umoncton.CA>
     15) Ytsejam convention/get together/whatever
     by "Brian V. Cox" <>
     16) Re: YTSEJAM digest 705
     by George Voronoff <>
     17) Derek Sherinian a member of DT!!
     by Timo Haanp{{ UPR <>
     18) Re: corruption in the goat herd
     by Eric Moegling <>
     by donews!!ar4845
     20) Sloppy Joe
     by (Bernd Basmer)
     21) Re: YTSEJAM digest 712
     22) Dub Site Holland & Belgium open!
     23) Derek Sherinian in Wayne's world!
     by (Andreas Schaefer)
     25) Another USA dub site open!


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 11:33:48 EST
    From: The Longshot <>
    Subject: More Guitar Stuff
    Message-ID: <>

    I just learned about a web site called Guitarland at:

    I haven't been there yet. (Web access sucks at this school!!))

    Jason Birzer
    "The Longshot"


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 20:01:43 -0500
    Subject: Dubsite moving
    Message-ID: <>

    To all jammers:

    I have a new Email address for anyone who is planning on
    having me dub KM's demo for them.




    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 16:32:43 +0100
    Subject: Re: Stockholm show
    Message-ID: <>

    OK, this post is rather long, but on the other hand I don't post very
    often so that should make up for it...

    Fellow Swede Henrik Gustafsson <> wrote:

    > If any other ytsejammer were at the CIRKUS, please fill in my blanks and
    > correct me. This is the things I can remember at this moment
    > 1 FW
    > (I know it is incomplete, but I hope it will help someone)
    > stay < -perhaps, I couldn't really hear >
      ^^^^ ???
    They opened with the music intro from Nothing Left To Say (I think... I don't
    have the PS CD here at the moment). Next came Life In Still Water.

    > Outside looking in
    > 11'th hour
    > Eye to eye
    > Parallells

    This one is called Point Of View.

    > Face the fear
    > Monument
    > ----------------
    > 2 FW-sound
    > With all respect to all of you FW-fans: FW sounded catastrofically bad ! At
    > least in the beginning. We got the explanation that it was because they've
    > hadn't had time to sondcheck. What that in that case was due to , I don't
    > know. But I've heard garage-bands sounding better. Later on they did get
    > some control of the sound, but it was still a bad show, unfortunately

    Yes, the Fates sound was disappointing. However, I think the performance
    was excellent! I was very impressed by the nice twin guitar parts by Frank
    and Jim, and Ray's singing was great as well. Some of my friends weren't
    that impressed, but on the other hand they don't have any of the FW albums
    (I gave them tape copies of the four latest ones two weeks ago), so that was
    to be expected. I myself have them all... :-)

    > 4 DT-show
    > Sadly I think that this was DTs *least-wonderful* appearance in Sweden. I
    > really miss the songs from the first album.

    I agree that the April 1, 1993 show in Stockholm was a bit better (had no
    chance to see the fall '93 show), but that was in a smaller club and that
    closeness is hard to duplicate in a larger arena. I too think they could've
    played at least one song from the WDADU album (which most journalists don't
    even know exists -- they think I&W is DT's debut album...)

    > [James] was really loosing it at the beginning. The wireless microphone just
    > went out of order. After a while, trying to get it working, he throw it in
    > to the wall with full speed, and rushed backstage to get the other. We in
    > the crowd did of course fill in all the lyrically blanks. After a few lines
    > the same thing happened to the other mic. ! The song was interrupted, and
    > the band started playing this jazzy beat.

    Yes, the rest of the band handled that professionally, but James was pretty
    much pissed off. He went over to JP's mic and asked the audience if they
    wanted him to stand there like a geek for the rest of the concert. And he
    also said 'If it happens again, we're leaving...' and we of course started
    screaming 'NOOOOO!' and he responded 'Just kidding!'

    It was pretty cool that they played Damage Inc by Metallica. Like one of
    my friends said, 'That's way tighter than Metallica could ever dream of
    playing!' and I agree. It looks so _simple_ but we all know that's just
    because they are among the best musicians ever to enter a stage.

    My brother took a couple of close-up photos of JP; if they're good I might
    (no promises) scan and upload them to the DT archives. Finally, greetings to
    the other Swedish Ytsejam subscribers that I met before the show (you guys
    from Sandviken).

    .............. ....................... ........... ...............
     jonas wallden internet applelink phone/fax
       mac hacker sw1369 +46-13-176084

               WWW home page at


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 20:52:42 -0500 (EST)
    From: Shawna Lea of the Many Nicknames <SADAMS1@WELLESLEY.EDU>
    Subject: Regional Ytse-gathers

    Babs had the right idea about meeting other people from the list serve...
    and whoever replied about it being regional got another vote...

    So who wants to meet in the Boston area...(someplace in boston that can
    hold a lot of fans?)
    Shawna Lea Adams
    Muireann MacOisdealblaigh

    Love is an act of blood and I'm bleeding
    A pool in the shape of a heart.
    Beauty's projection in the reflection
    Always the worst way to start.
            -"Space-Dye Vest" Dream Theater _Awake_


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 21:40:39 CDT
    From: "Spandex Bumble Bee" <>
    Subject: Dream Theater info
    Message-ID: <>

    I am extremely new to this list and am curious about some things.
    First of all, is AWAKE a good CD? Next, has anyone seen Dream
    Theater live? If so, were they worth the money to see them?
    Finally, does Dream Theater have a long form video out? If so, what
    is it called? Is it worth buying or renting? I hope that I do not
    appear too ignorant, but I am learning alot about DT. I think that
    Dream Theater rocks. I have IMAGES AND WORDS and I love it. I am
    also a fan of Steve Taylor. Does anyone else like Steve? If so,
    email me.

    Sia Nara,

    Chris Defrates
    ("Look, mom, I'm roadkill")******************************************
    "Tell me, man, how does it measure?
     Risk it all for a little pleasure
     Ain't no safe way anymore
     Got people with 1, 2, 3, or 4
     Abstinence Rules, playing is for fools
     The one who abstains is the one who's cool
     There's no safe way!"
                            - Michael Sweet


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 21:46:22 -0600 (CST)
    From: Slick Doggy Dawg <>
    Cc: Multiple recipients of list <>
    Subject: Re: Tab Book
    Message-ID: <>

    I was just wondering if anyone has a copy of the tab for ytsejam or the
    killing hand for bass. I cant really make out the bassline from the cd
    and was looking for any help possible. Thanks.

                              Ed Polzin


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    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 00:27:49 -0700 (MST)
    From: Michael Bahr <>
    Subject: New FAQ editor
    Message-ID: <>

    Just a quick note to mention to y'all that the Man of the Jam for today
    is Jason Skewes, who's taking over the Dream Theater FAQL from me. I'm
    going to send him all my related material and we'll see what happens from
    there. Later all!

    - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + -
     Mike Bahr / / Dream Theater FAQ Editor / Rush! GL,AL,NP
      Morrigan - Priss - Nakoruru - Shaurotto - Felicia - Chun Li - Ranma-chan
      Shampoo - Nabiki - Mai Shiranui - Sylia - Kasumi - Ukyou - Cammy - Linna
      Nene - Misa - Lum - Min-may - Miyu - Mana - Marie Angel - Akane - Musika
     Himiko - Megumi - Jeanne Francoix - Akemi - Millia Farina - Vision - Tiita
          If only they came as good in real life as they come in anime'...
    - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + -


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 95 22:57:00 EST
    From: "Brian J. Wherry" <>
    To: <>
    Subject: Late night.
    Message-ID: <22FEB95.24786149.0021.MUSIC@LAFAYACS>

    I saw Tori Amos on Dave once. UNREAL!! She was amazing. She has this
    sort of interaction with the audience that is really powerful. To get to
    my point: She was so good (the audience was going nuts!) that Dave
    bumped his next guest and she did another tune! That's got to be over
    three minutes. Sometimes those late night shows don't have a whole bunch
    of guests and the host ends up doing a lot of Why not get DT??
    Even if they just mess around and improvise something for 3 min., it
    would be great!!


    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 95 23:58:55 EST
    From: U-E59578-Charles Hanley <>
    Subject: PAL-to-NTSC, Pet Peeves
    Message-ID: <>

    If anyone in the U.S. has PAL or SECAM copies of Dream Theater (or other
    prog rock/melodic metal bands), I have access to a NTSC (U.S.A. standard)
    convertor. Please contact me for info.

    Pet Peeve Notice #1: On a different note, doesn't it seem strange that
    the I&W tab book has just been released after Awake has been out for several
    months? Who decides what tab books get released? The Winger and Britny Fox
    books are rotting in the racks, entire alternate band tab books are shorter
    than the Metropolis transcription alone, and Rush and Yes come out as
    generic/quasi-piano only/no solos collections? Aside from Queen's Greatest
    Hits, there's nothing in the U.S. in band score. Aside from the RHCP (Flea),
    good bass songs are not put into tab (Oh boy, Dokken for BASS!? Wow, I found
    a non-eighth pedal note!). How about Chronicles in "Off-The-Record" format?
    How about Dixie Dregs/Steve Morse in band score? Where's "Awake" in band
    score? Where's "Awake" anywhere? (I know...Japan, Japan...bitch, bitch....)

    Pet Peeve Notice #2: Please keep your line lengths to EIGHTY CHARACTERS MAX!
    Heavens, this might mean hitting the return key instead of autowrapping,
    but a lot of us get posts that are one line long and 2000 characters wide.
    We can't read 'em if we can't see 'em!

    Pet Peeve Notice #3: Send notes of support for ACOS to Freak. Even if you
    haven't heard "A Change of Seasons," DO IT, or you might never get to....

    Apology Notice: I haven't got more info on the prog rock band Lethal, yet.
    I've been working third shift and I'm sure they don't want calls at 4 a.m.

                                    Can't-get On The Web,

                                    Chuxter (
                                    not Chuck, nor Chuck Ibanez,
                                    but maybe Rick Carvin P.V. Guild

    P.S. So who's meeting DT at the airport when they get back to the states?
          I'm sure MTV will provide live coverage...only if Rikki Rachtman is
          a baggage handler at JFK right now....

    Disclaimer: No one else is my company has a clue to what Dream Theater is
    (they think it's an X-rated movie cinema), therefore my opinions could never
    be considered theirs.


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 00:15:46 -0500
    From: John B Ashcraft <>
    Subject: Re: Kev demos
    Message-ID: <>

    This is my opinion on Kevin's demos.
    I think that the girl he broke up with really messed him up. Love tends to
    do that. So now he is mocking a lot of things he used to believe in. In his
    lyrics it really seems that he is mocking religion and didn't he used to be
    heavily into religion? Also the lyrics to 6:00 seem to be saying that he
    wanted to leave DT because they were becoming too "commercial". So I thou-
    ght that he would probably make a more jazzier album. But instead the music
    he made sounds a hell of a lot more commercial than any thing DT ever did.
    I am not saying that I don't like his somgs, some are really good, and the
    best grunge I have ever heard (Hollow).
    I just think that after she left him it totally changed his state of mind.
    Compare Surrounded and Space Dye Vest. See what I mean. After she left him
    he probably just thought that everything in his life was unimportant. I
    know that after I stopped seeing my last girlfriend I felt tat way too.
       He also seems to be really but burned out. This music is so much
    simpler than the stuff he did for DT.
       Please keep in mend that this is just my opinion. And I hope I didn't
    make anyone mad. That wasn't my intention. And I am probably very very


    PS Thanks for the tip Mike it worked!! A long letter!! I am so happy I
    could cry.


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 00:35:15 -0500 (EST)
    From: Hairball <>
    Subject: Quick, Serious Question...
    Message-ID: <>

    Should I knock it off with my incessant babbling & personal insights?

    Just wondering,

    P.S. If you live in Binghamton NY or near it, and think you might like a
    band that crosses The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, Phish, Lightning
    Hopkins, and just a hint of Kansas here & there, send me some email. My
    band (Spruce Street Revival) is going on the road. Tour dates are still
    up in the air. Thanks.


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 01:42:38 -0500
    From: James Peele <>
    Subject: Re: Sloppyjoe69
    Message-ID: <>

    Man, this guy is a genius if you ask me! It was the funniest thing I
    read all week! I laugh my ass off everytime I read someone's reply to
    Sloppyjoe69! :) Ahh, he may have been quite harsh but he mentioned two
    of my favorite bands so I can't flame this guy. Seriously, Thought
    Industry and Cynic are amazing bands and I would recommend them to any

    Sloppyjoe69 also discussed mediocre bands such as Bon Jovi. I am kind of
    surprised that there are so many rock'n'rollers on this list. I guess
    'Awake' really brought more fans to DT. (time for me to gloat)-I bought
    WD&DU within the first few months of it's release, so i'm more partial to
    DT's prog material.

    As far as the KM demos, I think it is obvious that these are demos and
    not a final product. Kevin is clearly searching for a musical identity
    on his own and I believe that he has a long way to go. I can tolerate a
    few songs but most of the songs lack conviction, passion, and
    timelessness (the most important ingredient, if you ask me). Ahh, well...


    Jay Peele (INFERNO)
    For info on INFERNO or the KM demos, e-mail
    I really hope people on this list will check out our new demo when it
    becomes available, especially those of you who have 'Psychic Distance'.
    It is a big step forward! The studio fucked up the quality of the tapes
    so we are having them re-done. Ahhhh! Bye...... :)


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 00:55:45 -0600 (CST)
    From: Eric Moegling <>
    Cc: Multiple recipients of list <>
    Subject: Re: corruption in the goat herd
    Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9502230034.A29882-0100000@bigcat>

    Hey EVERYONE...before you flame Sloppy Joe...take note that the e-mail
    address said it's probably some Lamer
    trying to get the guy in trouble!!!!! Always take caution to letters like
    these before you go and flame a person! Take care...and SloppyJoe...if
    you really feel this way, then you don't have to subscribe...Take care
    everyone...and DON'T flame the poor guy! LaterZ!

    According to the circle of fifths, and the pattern of sharps and flats:
    If the alphabet continued as notes progressed (Using Major Key Sig's) (i.e
    A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, etc.) eventually the key of Z Major
    would have 4 sharps.

               ERIC MOEGLING:


    FoR MorE nFo oN Me...fInGeR:


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 03:19:47 -0300 (ADT)
    From: Jean-nicolas Poussart <ejp2570@Umoncton.CA>
    Subject: LaBrie
    Message-ID: <>

      Hey all,

         Just in case anyone was interested, (this must have been mentioned
    before, but...), James LaBrie used to sing for a Canadian band (I
    believe) called Winter Rose...kinda cheesy stuff, like Poison, Ratt,
    mid-80s Motley Crue, etc... Not bad, if you like James LaBrie. But I
    heard it so long ago, I don't even remember what the vocals were like. I
    just remember it was kinda catchy. If you're interested, you should
    check it out.

                               "It's Not A Waste of Time
                             If You're Wasted AT The Time"

                            "Hypocrite - How could you be
                             so cruel and expect my faith
                             in return?" - Dream Theater

    Vinny -


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 02:22:58 -0600 (CST)
    From: "Brian V. Cox" <>
    Subject: Ytsejam convention/get together/whatever
    Message-ID: <>

    well, if this goes as well as just trying to get people together at any
    of the shows last year, we are in trouble :)

    i tried to organize meeting people at the **five** shows i went to, to
    no success.

    anyway, if we do this, i think it should be in the break between the
    spring and summer semesters, may 15-jun 8 or so for me, but in that
    general area. i would be willing to drive maybe 4 or 500 miles, but
    that is it. that wouldn't even get me out of texas :)

    anyway, if we have regional get togethers, i would volunteer my apartment
    in lovely college station, tx. college station is pretty much equidistant
    from about 5 or 6 major metropolitan areas:

    dallas (3 hours)
    houston (2 hours)
    austin (2 hours)
    san antonio (4 hours)
    oklahoma city (6 hours)
    tulsa (7 hours)
    baton rouge (6 hours)
    new orleans (8 hours)
    el paso (12 hours)
    little rock (12 hours)
    kansas city (14 hours)

    this is kinda stretching it, but it is pretty accessible for most of the
    southern US. i have a huge dream theater collection, too, that everyone
    could come see and hopefully not steal :) anyway, i would be willing to
    put up as many people here for a weekend as i can fit, it would be really
    cool to do it when dt is playing in texas, and maybe we could all go hit
    5 or 6 shows (i am certainly going to as many as i can, since derek told
    me he would see to it to put me on guest list and VIP list for as many
    shows as i wanted, man is he cool)

    anyway, this probably only applies to ppl in texas, but if anyone else is
    wanting to come to texas sometime, i would be glad to organize something.
    maybe we could all go down to austin to see eric johnson (he plays every
    two weeks) or houston to see galactic cowboys (they play about once a
    month) actually, any musicians could bring their gear and we could have
    quite a jam session down at my parents house in houston. i have a backyard
    studio there and there is woods all around the house, so we can make
    alot of noise.

    anyway, i am procrastinating studying for a test and doing two homeworks
    so i better stop babbling.

    i really do think texas would be a good regional spot, though. if for no
    other reason, everyone can make copies of my DATs. :)

    i am thinking of flying out to the east coast to catch dt on a few of the
    upcoming (hopefully) shows and meeting some east coast 'jammers, hopefully
    i can find places to crash and transportation (mike burstin? james utz?) :)
    so maybe i can make two of the regional meetings (of course i have no money
    so i don't know where this plane ticket is gonna come from)

       **always looking for rush/dream theater/queensryche/king's x bootlegs**
     Voices repeating me, Brian V. Cox Voices discussing me,
     "Feeling threatened? "Others steal your thoughts
    We reflect your hopes Dream Theater- They're not confined
         and fears." A Mind Beside Itself: II. Voices Within your mind."
             check out my new homepage:


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 19:38:20 +1000 (EDT)
    From: George Voronoff <>
    Subject: Re: YTSEJAM digest 705
    Message-ID: <>

    > From: Hairball <>
    > Speaking of Kansas, is it just me, or does "6:00" sound like "Paradox?"

    Paradox is off of Point of Know Return right? Acutally, a couple of songs
    off of AWAKE remind me of that CD. The two songs that I'm thinking of
    are Caught in a Web and Eretomania. Odly, 6:00 doesn't remind me of
    that CD at all ;). Although, now that I listen to it again, I can sorta
    hear what you mean.

    BTW, I never got around to posting which Albums no bad songs on them, but if
    I did, Point of Know Return would be on there. (Awesome CD IMHO).


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 12:49:05 +0200 (EET)
    From: Timo Haanp{{ UPR <>
    Subject: Derek Sherinian a member of DT!!
    Message-ID: <>


     James LaBrie announced yesterday that Derek Sherinian is now an
     official member of Dream Theater!!!!!

     Their gig in Finland was just plain great. A real good performance.
     The place was sold out and to my big surprise everyone kept singing
     along EVERY song through the concert. (some people even sang along
     the covers..) They did a few "extra" songs (e.g. Surrounded) because
     they didn't make it to Finland on the Images and Words tour. The whole
     band was smiling all the time, and LaBrie hit all those high notes!
     Totally unbelievable!! :)

     Right after they stopped playing their second encore Mike came and
     pointed my Ytsejam shirt and smiled showing me HIS shirt.. Was I happy
     to get noticed in the crowd. :)

     They did some new instrumental, which was real real good. It was NOT
     the same I have on the tape from the Awake US tour.. Derek had
     at least 5 solo spots and James did a few real funny jokes.

     Fates were really good too, but DT was so great I forgot about Fates right
     after "WAKE UP!"

     Well, I was this close --> <-- to meeting the band.. Derek was the first
     to come out and was real nice and didn't seem to mind all the stupid
     questions ("Why didn't you play Rush covers?" aargh..) and signed stuff.
     But instantly when the others came out some fat guy comes and throws
     everyone away, even though the place was supposed to be open the
     next 15 minutes AFTER which their "Aftershow party" for those radio
     station backstage pass winners should have begun... This totally
     spoiled my otherwise perfect evening. I would've wanted to say "Hi"
     to my favorite band.


     (      Timo Haanpaa      )       For more information about me, try      (
      ) (            )


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 03:45:46 -0600 (CST) From: Eric Moegling <> To: Cc: Multiple recipients of list <> Subject: Re: corruption in the goat herd Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9502230330.A5833-0100000@bigcat>

    AMEN Brother!!!!!! Jen is the Best AOL-er out there...and for those who aren't freakin' lucky enough to have a school, or business to mooch Internet access off of...AOL is not all that bad of a place! So in Jen's defense...let's not get nasty towards a whole group of people because of one person's opinion! Take care fellow DT enthusiasts...and for those with your Kevin Moore Demo's...I think you should help stick up for Jen!!! Later!!!

    (WE DO LOVE YOU JEN!!!!!!)

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- According to the circle of fifths, and the pattern of sharps and flats: If the alphabet continued as notes progressed (Using Major Key Sig's) (i.e A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, etc.) eventually the key of Z Major would have 4 sharps. ERIC MOEGLING:


    FoR MorE nFo oN Me...fInGeR: -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

    On Wed, 22 Feb 1995, John B Ashcraft wrote:

    > >>>>You know, I actually thought this post meant something, I actually > > thought it had content of some sort, a real opinion. Ah, but you see, it > > comes from AOL. Nevermind. > > Why nust people put down AooLers. There are a lot of big DT fans that are on > AOL. So lets no start AOL bashing on this list just because of what that > SloppyJoe asshole wrote!! Also all of you who have your Kevin Moore tape > go t them from a AOLer right Jen? > > Trey > > >


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 04:36:15 +0800 From: donews!!ar4845 Message-ID: <>

    id m0rhcDp-000CJ3C; Thu, 23 Feb 95 07:00 EST Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 07:00:41 -0500 (EST) From: Alex Randall <> To: Subject: Where can I get DT posters??? In-Reply-To: <> Message-ID: <> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII


    I was just wondering, where can I get Dream Theater posters (either concert-type posters, Images and Words, or Awake)? If any of you know, please post to YTSEJAM.

    Thanks! Alex (


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 95 08:03:48 +0100 From: (Bernd Basmer) To: Subject: Sloppy Joe Message-ID: <>

    What the hell is someone like this little asshole doing on this list?!?!?!? Don't you have something else to do? And who the fuck is giving you the right to abuse us!!?

    Piss off!!


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 95 13:03:15 GMT From: To: Subject: Re: YTSEJAM digest 712 Message-ID: <>

    About this ytsejam convention idea . . . surely there are plenty of musicians on the list who could get together to perform a few DT covers for the rest of the yjammers?

    Just a thought.

    Graham B.


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 14:12:23 --100 From: To: Subject: Dub Site Holland & Belgium open! Message-ID: <>

    Hi Jammers,

    I think the subject says it all....

    If anyone is interested in the Kevin Moore demos, please mail me.



    Date: Wed, 22 Feb 1995 21:20:10 +0100 From: (Andreas Schaefer) To: Subject: Derek Sherinian in Wayne's world! Message-ID: <>

    Hi there!

    Finally we found Derek in Wayne's World! The other night Jason ( - who's here in Europe at the moment) and I checked the Alice Cooper scene in WW. You can't see Derek onstage but.. The exact sequence in the backstage area: Wayne and Garth enter the band's room. Wayne:"Alice... is this cool?" showing his backstage pass Alice:"Yeah, come on in." Wayne:"Sorry to bother you, but.." That moment Wayne and Garth are right behind Derek, who sits there holding a glass of beer in his right hand. He's got real long hair and you can see him for less than a second (I guess 10-15 frames:-). So this is enough to get mentioned in the credit....

    Another bit we found: In "Three of hearts" there's a scene at the end of the movie where William Baldwin is in hospital. After a while you can hear the well known "Dr.Player, Dr.Player, .." from Queensryches Operation Mindcrime.

    So much for now - jerry :--)

    ---------------------------------------------------------------- Andreas Schaefer email: "I ned, I ned! Wenn I red, dann red I scho bayrisch..." This ain't CNN - FZ - CPIII ----------------------------------------------------------------


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 08:59:38 -0500 (EST) From: To: Subject: YTSE CONVENTION/MIKE P Message-ID: <01HNDSKG92QQ0002HR@sgenva.CC.GENESEO.EDU>

    Hello everyone, it's BABS. First let me thank everyone who cleared up the Mike P and "Free Mike Tyson" question. Something deep down told me that Mr. Portnoy had a greater appreciation for women than that! As for our Ytse Convention, let me tell you the response has been overwhelming and not one negative thought! I spoke with my boss who coordinates regional and national conferences for various education committees that he is on. He suggested that since this would be the first one to keep it as simple as possible. He also suggested like a lot of you did to set up regional areas and then try to combine everyone in the USA. The person who sent a post to the list saying "how lucky all of us in the United States were" made me feel really bad. I'm not trying to exclude anyone! This is my first time of doing anything like this, so "I'm begging you from the bottom of my heart to show me understanding" (Sound familiar, I just couldn't resist). Here's how I want to start, I need to hear from people along the Eastern seaboard. I can identify with the Long Islanders, since I am about 5 hours upstate (SUNY-Geneseo), but first things first I need numbers and then we can better guage location. I also respect Jarrod in Portland's imput, I want to keep cost down as well. Although I'm not a college student (single mom), I can identify. Just found a typo you all, I meant input. BE PATIENT! I will keep posting updates to the list. Again, thanks to everyone for their ideas I am very pleased to know that you are all a friendly and positive bunch. Now what's this that I have seen on the list about "molesting livestock" something about goatherds? -BABS


    Date: Thu, 23 Feb 1995 09:07:31 -0500 From: To: Subject: Another USA dub site open! Message-ID: <>

    Hi there,

    Another southern USA dub site is open, and the address to mail is:

    Have fun! :)

    Jennifer <>

    "I'm not dying, but I think I'll lay back anyway no welcome, but I think I'll stay..." Kevin Moore/_Even The Waves_


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