YTSEJAM digest 1128

Date: Mon Nov 13 1995 - 07:59:24 EST

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    Today's Topics:

      1) Help!! Aussie DT Fan needs AD dub....
     by (Richie Teh)
      2) UaGM short story (but kinda long)
     by Scott McCammon <>
     by (Trey Allen)
      4) dt and covers
      5) Mike Bahr and his CD's
      6) Japanese Setlists?
      7) Bafu Vai
     by (Bernd Basmer)
      8) Re: DT mistakes
     by "Greg \"Big Brother\" Lee" <>
      9) Wow a FaQ and it's new (YTSEJAM POST) (fwd)
     by John Nguyen <>
     10) Bafu Vai, Christian Jokes, FAQL Thanks, DT Song to Cover
     by Michael Backof <>
     11) (U)Fav drinks...
     by "Steven Johnson, P" <>
     12) Birch Hill get together?
     by Michael Backof <>
     13) Kansas on tour
     14) NEW e-mail address
     15) Mike Stover's Music Trivia (NDTC)
     by brax@lamar.ColoState.EDU (Bracken MacLeod)
     16) Re: Flames, Pets, Touchy Stuff, Trivia
     by An Angel's Kiss... <balkiewi@UMDNJ.EDU>
     17) Re: dt and covers
     by "Jonathan Byrne" <RRI02@WVNVM.WVNET.EDU>
     18) WDADU
     by (Marc Respass)
     19) COVERS ON COS///
     by duck <>
     20) NJ show
     by SaVeur <>
     21) Re: Re Jammers drinks
     by (Stacie Rosenzweig)
     22) JPM100 Guitar
     by Corporate Community Relations <>
     23) Re: Where to find CDs...
     by schew@TIS.COM
     24) a confession
     by your mama <>
     25) silly stuff
     by (Adam Cook)
     26) Re: your mail
     by (ludovic duborgel)
     27) Re: Songs DT should cover
     by Damon M. Fibraio <>


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 15:26:44 +1100
    From: (Richie Teh)
    Subject: Help!! Aussie DT Fan needs AD dub....
    Message-ID: <>

    Hi jammers!!!

            Anyone out there want to help a desperate Aussie DT fan dub a copy
    of Acoustic Dream, please......... :-(

                        Richie Teh


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 01:36:37 -0500 (EST)
    From: Scott McCammon <>
    To: (jammers)
    Subject: UaGM short story (but kinda long)
    Message-ID: <>

    Here is my contibution to the collection of DT inspired stories. After a
    little prodding by the Short Story Man himself (Ben), I've managed to convert
    the images in my mind into (un)readable text. Hope you all enjoy!

    BTW This is in no way an interpretation, just imagination triggered by great

                            Under a Glass Moon

        Another week passes, indistinguishable from all the others.
    Once again I lie bound in chains by my hidden captors. I realize
    not what I have done, yet still they keep me from my true desire.
    The only hope that remains, my only path of escape, is the dream
    rooted deep within my mind. Every night I leave my physical
    boundaries to seek out the one who waits for me.

        I see her in the distance, wandering through the midnight
    garden. The warm summer breeze caresses her innocent body as she
    steps lightly down the cobblestone path. As she approaches the
    footbridge that spans the trickling brook, I can see the sparkle
    in her wondering eyes. Enchanted by the magical evening, she
    stops on the bridge and gazes down into the silver water to be
    greeted by the reflection of the shimmering moon. She turns
    around, looks up, and smiles as the great glowing sphere kisses
    her softly on the cheek with a friendly beam. Awe-struck by the
    shear beauty, I stand at last to meet my true love. However,
    reality suddenly comes pouring in, and this mystical world is
    swept away before me, as I find myself back in my confinement.

        This pain is unbearable! I cannot live in this imprisonment
    any longer! I must escape!

            * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

        The time has come. The time is now! Tonight I flee at last
    into the inviting darkness. Feeling the ground moving faster
    and faster beneath my feet brings long lost joy and excitement
    back to me! Nothing but the rhythm of my strides on the frozen
    ground can be heard as I reach closer and closer for my freedom.
    Soon, I think to myself, we will be together!

        Then I hear the crack of broken twigs and the murmuring of
    sinister voices. A pair of glowing eyes darts from tree to tree.
    They are here, they are after me! I can outrun them, I must
    outrun them! Now minutes pass that seem like years. My legs
    flying, my chest heaving, and my heart pounding, yet they
    continue to appear all around me! Once surrounded, I realize
    that I cannot escape and return to the controlling hands.

            * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

        Back once again to my confinement, I wait patiently. I still
    have my dream, I still have my sanity. I remain peaceful,
    hanging on to the thread of faith that someday my mind demons
    will leave me. Leave me a free man.


    -Scott (aka Tolk) .............................................................................. Scott McCammon :: " 'Seize the Day' I heard him say Life will not always be this way" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -Mike Portnoy


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 95 03:20:29 -0500 From: (Trey Allen) To: Message-ID: <>

    1) >Confused, I threw in YYZ, and instead of zigzagging in front of me, the >triangle rhythm kept going ahead and behind me. It took a whopping five >minutes to fix (if that) but ya gotta wonder, what kind of nimrod wires >it the way it was wired??

    Actually Mike, I have a few freinds who are MAJOR car audio freaks and they have a 3-way switch they can flip to re-route the wire configuration so it does this. position 1 -Standard front/back & left/right stereo sound position 2 -The the rear wires go to the rear right and front left speakers, the front wires go to the rear left and front right. It really circles you! Sounds cool! position 3 like yours was done...R wires->RR speaker $ FR speaker. F wires->RL speaker & FL speaker

    2) Does anyone else like the demo version of TTT like way better? I just love the vocal overdubs!!! Opinions???

    3) Speaking of the Silent MAn single, I dont like the Eve studio version as much as I like the Eve Subconscious version. Opinions??

    4) > (3) (3) >da da da da (3) (3) > da da da da (3) (3) > da da da da (3) (3) psssh! > da da da da > > baba baba baba baba boom > > Can YOU guess it? > > > Ben Laussade

    Yes! Ben I think this is from Ytsejam! My favorite Portnoy fill of all times!!! right after everyone comes in w/ the fast guitar part. Am I right?? ____________________________________________________________________________ "Likely or not its a dream that we keep and at odds with our senses we'll climb. But if faith is the answer then we've already reached it and if spirit is a sign, then its only a mater of time." (Dream Theater)

    Trey Allen (T-Stretch) - - _____________________________________________________________________________


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 04:07:54 -0500 From: To: Cc: Subject: dt and covers Message-ID: <>

    i just caught miss jodi's thing on dt during dd. interesting. even better- dt does "notorius". aarrrghhh!

    actually if i were the god of determining covers for bands like dt to play it would be:

    yes- starship, yours is no disgrace elp- trilogy (perfect for jp to jism over) genesis- dance w/ the moonlit knight prince- purple rain (i could see it) brubeck- blue rondo queen- prophecy or lazing on a sunday afternoon floyd- the trial

    there are others, but these will do for now.

    david, the magical kobayashi


    Date: Sun, 12 Nov 1995 12:48:44 -0500 From: To: Subject: Mike Bahr and his CD's Message-ID: <>

    This is just a short letter to everyone who is considering buying bootlegs from Mike Bahr. Stop thinking about it and do it already. I bought 3 Cygnus disc's for myself and a couple friends. They were really pleased to get some live Rush that brought back the memories of those great concerts. As for Acoustic Dreams, I should be getting mine any day now. Somebody posted that had just gotten #320 and since I have #352, I am very excited, to say the least. I am still looking for a Subconcious dub site. If you want to do a dub for me, e-mail me direct and we'll discuss it. One last thing before I go. Thanks to the intro to 6:00, I now have to purchase another pair of subwoofers for the Neon. I had the sucker cranked up listening to Big Money by Rush when the disc changer randomed (George word) to Awake and caught me off guard. Sounded great till the cones joined me in the front seat. What a bummer. Oh well. If you have similar horror stories to tell about the damages inflicted by D-T's music, other than those pesky inanimate objects getting broken or whatever, let's hear 'em. Talk to all of you later, George.


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 13:57:57 --100 From: To: Subject: Japanese Setlists? Message-ID: <>

    Hi All,

    Could someone please repost some of the Japanese setlists? A friend of mine (from the Dutch DT Fanclub!) is very interested.

    thanks in advance,



    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 15:02:50 +0100 From: (Bernd Basmer) To: Subject: Bafu Vai Message-ID: <>

    Hi Jammers!

    Why don't we crown Bafu Vai for King Ytsejam? :-)

    This man is incredible!


    Bernd. (guitar - SUPERIOR)


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 09:42:19 -0500 (EST) From: "Greg \"Big Brother\" Lee" <> To: Subject: Re: DT mistakes Message-ID: <>

    Actually, at the legendary Toronto show (birthplace of the "Backpain Jam"), James screwed over a line in TOWHTSTS. At the end of the song he remarked something like "What the....? Did anybody catch that?" Unfortuneately, I can't remember what the foobar was...



    Date: Sun, 12 Nov 1995 19:18:24 -0600 (CST) From: John Nguyen <> To: Subject: Wow a FaQ and it's new (YTSEJAM POST) (fwd) Message-ID: <Pine.BSD/>

    ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 00:33:22 -0500 (EST) From: FountainHead <ytsejam@UDel.Edu> To: "John T. Nguyen" <> Subject: Wow a FaQ and it's new (YTSEJAM POST)

    I am so surprised .... anyway.

    Questions about Acoustic Dreams....

    1. Where are the two awake tracks from on Acoustic Dreams (CiaW,6:00), are these just demos.

    2. What's the deal with the bonus tracks... Why are there so many people talking and what are these from.



    Andrew Miller ytsejam@UDel.Edu University Of Delaware Contact me @ (302) 837-2389 *************************** I am the Milk. -G. Kull


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 11:30:14 -0500 (EST) From: Michael Backof <> To: Subject: Bafu Vai, Christian Jokes, FAQL Thanks, DT Song to Cover Message-ID: <>

    Hello Jammmers!

    Bafu Vai, it is a good thing you are here to keep us from getting too self-indulgant and serious. <grin>

    As for the fun Christian joke thread, why do you guys have to argue this on the jam, if someone offends you flame them through e-mail, unless you have something insightful to say about the comment.

    I'd like to thank Jason for the great work he does on the FAQL. The new revamped version is very complete and effective.

    Rachel, I don't know where that lyric on the internet came from, but it kind of blindsided me. Humorous content on the jam, alert Bafu Vai!!

    As for a song I'd like Dream Theater to cover. Even though Duran Duran is a nice thought, I'd like to hear them cover some King Crimson. Starless maybe, Lark's Tongues in Aspic Part II, or Thela Hun Ginjeet (instrumental).


    Mike Backof


    Unsigned and Indie Label Bands Page

    - Now indexed for easier reading - Sound bites from Leger de Main, Threshold, Iluvatar - NEW** Sound files by Mastermind and Angra (up by 11/13/95) - Discographies, Band Member Lists, Contact Addresses for all bands - Comments sections are going to be filled this week. - Netscape Enhancement is coming


    Date: 13 Nov 1995 10:43:10 GMT From: "Steven Johnson, P" <> To: Subject: (U)Fav drinks... Message-ID: <>

    OK.....I LOVE BEER!!! I especially love ales. Most pilsners and lagers are too light for me, especially 95% of domestics (though I'm not afraid to drink them). A perfect start to an evening would be to hang with some buds, get a bunch of Nut Brown Ale, load the CD carosel (sp?) with various groups and turn it up to 11!

    Speaking of drinks and music. How many people have drinks before or during a concert outing? I usually do and had a few more than needed for the ONLY DT show I've attended. (It was last Nov. at the Vic in Chi-town and I had just started getting into the band). I am very disappointed about that when I look back, because I am sure I missed things that I shouldn't have.

    Mike B.--I agree with you on the Ytse&Jam. First one of two were o.k., but after that I was just skipping. Bafu can keep 'em big deal to me. Just more 'Jam I have to pass.

    The whole visual music thing has me for a loss, as well. Ben, I can't get ANY of them, but even if I could I'd probably continue skipping them. The most interesting thing about them is how people are interpreting the sounds. The "swoosh"s, or whatever, as cymbals, etc. are intriguing. It's kinda like how different cultures "spell" animal sounds. A cow's "moo" in the United States is far different than whatever Asians hear, etc.LATER-


    *************************************************************** Read between the lines. Criticize the words they're selling. And the feel the walls become sand beneath your feet. -"Anybody listening?", Queensryche


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 12:26:00 -0500 (EST) From: Michael Backof <> To: Ytsejam Digest <> Subject: Birch Hill get together? Message-ID: <>

    Hello Jammers,

    Is anybody planning to meet up before the Birch Hill show? I'm not familiar with the area so I cannot plan anything, but I am coming up from Baltimore with several people for the show and would love to meet some of you. Could someone please post to the Jam if they are planning something.


    Mike Backof


    Unsigned and Indie Label Bands


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 95 10:07:13 EST From: To: Subject: Kansas on tour Message-ID: <>

    The Kansas tour just stopped in DC to play The Bayou on December 5th. The show was great! The setlist featured a few songs from "Freaks of Nature" and material from that last live release. If you like the band on tape, you'll like this band live too. (side note) The Bayou show was not well attended. If other tour dates are similar, they may not tour again soon. This would be a shame; see them if you can.. Support Live Music!


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 11:44:33 -0500 From: To: Subject: NEW e-mail address Message-ID: <>


    *** Please note: ***

    Old e-mail address <> NEW e-mail address <>

    -thanks, George Paradise


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 10:43:01 -0700 (MST) From: brax@lamar.ColoState.EDU (Bracken MacLeod) To: Subject: Mike Stover's Music Trivia (NDTC) Message-ID: <9511131743.AA39700@lamar.ColoState.EDU>

    > The song, Mike is called Wishes by Jon Butcher off of the album Wishes. > C'mon! Give us a hard one! (Do I win anything?)

    >>Gee, I thought that was a hard one, but now you've asked for it!

    "I'm fearing for my life again and I am fearing for my heart... Morphine & Chocolate could never substitute my art"

    Actually, I think this one is easier than the Jon Butcher one, but we'll see if the same person gets it. 15 lines more (you've seen 98%) Message 4/4 From Page 48

    we'll see if the same person gets it.<<

    Okay, You got me. I've been thinking about this one. (I didn't have to think at all about Wishes.) I cannot grasp the pebble from your hand. <g>

    Slainte, Bracken

    "...Without music, life would be an error." Nietzsche -Twilight of the Idols-


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 12:42:16 -0500 (EST) From: An Angel's Kiss... <balkiewi@UMDNJ.EDU> To: Subject: Re: Flames, Pets, Touchy Stuff, Trivia Message-ID: <>

    I have a suggestion:

    No one post any more flames about anything to anyone, not only are they annoying, stupid, retarded and most of the time make you look like an asshole, but they waste space and time.

    My suggestion is just let that fuckin' scumhole (how's that?) Bafu just post flames to some posts every 4 or 5 digests or so, in order to fulfill the Ytsejam quota???? :P

    Al Balkiewicz vocals, Half Naked

    "what do you do when the bringer of bad luck is life itself"


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 12:54:06 -0500 (EST) From: "Jonathan Byrne" <RRI02@WVNVM.WVNET.EDU> To: "YtseJam" <> Subject: Re: dt and covers Message-ID: <>

    I said this when ACOS came out, and now I'll say it again. I'd like to see DT cover Genesis' "The Knife." Also, the last part of Misplaced Childhood would be cool. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Are we too far gone? Jonathan Byrne Are we too irresponsible? West Virginia University Have we lost our balls, Or do we just not care?" -Fish, "The Last Straw", Marillion


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 13:52:43 -0500 From: (Marc Respass) To: Subject: WDADU Message-ID: <v01530502accd431ccb8c@[]>

    Hi all. Haven't been around for a month, but I have a question/request. I have WDADU on tape and I've been listening to it a lot lately. I had to break up with a girl I loved because we live 850 miles apart and could only see each other for a few days every 4 weeks which neither of us was handling. She liked DT and the first time I saw DT was with her. Anyway, WDADU is the only DT that doesn't make me think of her (well, it does, but not bad). Point - I'd love to have it on CD before the tape wears out but I've only seen it around here for $25 imported. I remember some guys saying that they could get for $10. Whatever. Beats $25. If anyone sees it and would be so kind as to pick it up for me, I will send you a check or money order (your choice) if you'll send it to me. Please?

    Thanks a lot

    +----------------------------------------------------------+ | Marc Respass | | | +==========================================================+ | Check out the Joel Rivard Group home page at | | | +----------------------------------------------------------+


    Date: Nov 13, 1995 11:05:37 From: duck <> To: Subject: COVERS ON COS/// Message-ID: <>

    In-Reply-To: YTSEJAM digest 1127, From:

    Hello metal heads, I completely enjoy the songs DT covered on theACOS EP, however, the quality of the songs they selected to cover are lacking. They performed them to perfection of course, but It would have completely ruled if they chose to cover bands such as Fates, Maiden, Rush, Yes, and even stuff like Metallica and pantera. The last 2 might be difficult though because of DT's keys. Later, Linda


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 14:24:48 -0500 From: SaVeur <> To: Subject: NJ show Message-ID: <>

    hey Mike, i was wondering if you still had the number for TicketBastard up in NJ. it looks like my friend will be going...if we get tix. and any tips on getting them to find the show would help :)

    thanx, -john

    j o h n j j e n s @ g m u . e d u e n s h t t p : / / w w w . s i t e . g m u . e d u / ~ j j e n s /


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 13:33:18 +22299548 (CST) From: (Stacie Rosenzweig) To: Subject: Re: Re Jammers drinks Message-ID: <>

    Well... I'm underage, and far be it from me to break a law (god forbid), but let's just hypothetically say I went to Canada, where the drinking age is 19.

    So, hypothetically, my favorite drink would probably be a gin and tonic (lots of lime), which is pretty strange for a 20-yo female who doesn't drink very often (which, at Beloit, is strange in itself). OH--excuse me--for a 20 yo female who only hypothetically drinks in the US.

    As for beer (and the obligatory DT content), I cannot stand it, so drinking at concerts (once I hit legal age) is kind of null and void, unless by September 27, 1996 DT is still playing little bars. Just as well, though -- friends of mine who go to concerts bombed often regret missing parts of it.

    Always law-abiding :-), Stacie


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 95 14:30:37 EST From: Corporate Community Relations <> To: Subject: JPM100 Guitar Message-ID: <>

    Hey ytsejammers...

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    Hope this helps in case anyone is still looking for one...

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    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 15:59:39 -0500 (EST) From: schew@TIS.COM To: Cc: Subject: Re: Where to find CDs... Message-ID: <>

    > Can't find the Lie single. And as far >as lesser known prog bands like Shadow Gallery and Magellan, forget it. For >all intents and purposes, they don't exist in Jersey. I want these CDs, but >can't find them. Where the hell do I go? I've checked all over the place from >chain stores like The Whiz to little shops that carry rare Doors and Beatles >shit but no prog. What is this world coming to? >

    If you have access to the WWW you can try the following sites: telnet:// telnet://

    They might have some of what you're looking for. If you can't find them there, you can try "Of Sound Mind" in Baltimore: (410) 529-7082 "Of Sound Mind" specializes in hard to find prog music, so they can order you anything you want if they don't have it in -- I know that they can get Magellan, Shadow Gallery, Echolyn and others. They're quite reliable too (though some orders can take a while if it's really rare).

    > >"I'm fearing for my life again and I am fearing for my heart... >Morphine & Chocolate could never substitute my art" > This would have to be "Morphine and Chocolate" by 4 Non Blondes of of "Bigger, Better, Faster, More". I love that album! :-) Highly recommended, especially if you enjoy a female singer with an aggressive style.


    -- Steve Chew - "Bleating and babbling we fell on his neck with a scream. Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream." - Pink Floyd, "Sheep" from "Animals"


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 95 15:22:48 EST From: your mama <> To: Subject: a confession Message-ID: <>

    All right! All right! Are you happy now?!?!? I confess! I Was the screamer on LatM! The Shame! The Humiliation! I can never show my face again!


    I was just thinking that this may be more of an X-files post, but every time i turn on MTV, theres NEVER a video on! Weird!

    ----------------------------------------------------------------- "Sex is death, death is sex, says it right here on my crucifix" ----------------------------------------------------------------- "I can see much clearer now, I'm blind" ----------------------------------------------------------------- Ken Ernst See-Ya!


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 15:33:15 -0500 From: (Adam Cook) To: Subject: silly stuff Message-ID: <>

    Name THIS tune..

    bipboobbopbibspsshchingbumtatataratbonbonbooobooboobies swsshtangcrashbombuddaudabudabongbongobongoratratpowpowpow bangbangspshboomchingchingching(cowbellcowbellcowbell)kong bipboobbopbibspsshchingbumtatataratbonbonbooobooboobies swsshtangcrashbombuddaudabudabongbongobongoratratpowpowpow bangbangspshboomchingchingching(cowbellcowbellcowbell)kong


    Clue:The drummer in this band has eighteen arms.

    I wanna see Dream Theater cover either "Hammer, Smashed, Face" by Cannibal Corpse or "I will always love you" by Whitney Houston. Those should show us what James is really made of.

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    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 1995 15:54:36 +0100 From: (ludovic duborgel) To: Subject: Re: your mail Message-ID: <>

    >Hi jammers of the world > Here is the Shadow Gallery review


    After a first album "Shadow Gallery" with great songs but a quite low production, they are now back with "carved in stone". To summarize this album i'd only say: Great musicians, grat songs and finally great production! This time, they've reached a point of no return and can be considered as one of the hard prog representatives with bands like Dream Theatre or Queensryche. Their music can be defined as an alchemy beetween DT and Queensryche (without copying). Sometimes energic with heavy guitar rythmics and sometimes quiet with beautiful keys and piano parts. The singer mike Baker has a very personnal and emotive voice which suits perfectly with the band's music. "Cliffhanger" will make you up if you 're not yet with multiple breaks, powerfull guitar riffs and a savage drum. "Don't every cry" and its flute solo also features beautiful piano parts. "warcry" starts slowly before getting harder and harder. "Alaska" is a sublime song very quiet with accoustic guitar, piano and off course mike Baker's superb voice. A purely emotional moment. The last song is a 22 minutes piece gathering all SG facets: lots of breaks, a piano instrumental ,some quiet and hard parts and to finish a key part which could belong to Vangelis. So, with "carved in stone" SG becomes a major band and you should verify this buying the album.You'll tell me what you think about it!!!


    Date: Mon, 13 Nov 95 17:05:13 EST From: Damon M. Fibraio <> To: Subject: Re: Songs DT should cover Message-ID: <>

    Hey, Jodi, at least you're honest. How many other jammers will admit that they still listen to Journey or Boston or even Prince or LIsa Lisa and the Cult Jam or whatever? Hell, I heard the Danger Zone on the radio the other day, the song from Top Gun, and found myself getting into it. Hell, it's better than some of the shit you hear on mainstream radio.


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