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Hi friends,

How about this for a puzzle? For those of you who are bored and with 
nothing to do. I misposted this to the request line and not the 
actual sloannet line. I was quite amused with this reply. 

Glen (aka Barney Rubble)

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To:             EGB3977\!/bosoleil.ci.umoncton.ca
Subject:        Journal
From:           sloannet-request\!/bluenose.canadaweb.com
Date sent:      Mon, 21 Oct 1996 12:26:12 -0300

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> Hi friends,
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> > Hi, I just read an article on Canadian Musician about Sloan.  Check it out!
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> > It's a center page article about Sloan and probably most of the info you
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> > already know.  Well, there's also a handy gear insert which tells you which
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> > gear Sloan uses.  Okay this might me absolutely useless, but just thought
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> > some of you would like to know.
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> > 
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> >                 Paul.
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> Wow! I didn't know Canadian Musician was even still in print! I have 
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> good memories of reading a Joni Mitchell interview (circa "Dog Eat 
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> Dog") in CM, as well as a Rush one (I think...). Does CM have any 
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> connection with Canadian Composer/Compositeur Canadien, the bilingual 
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> CAPAC newsletter/magazine from the 70's? Found killer articles about 
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> Rush (with Neil Peart just joining the group), Heart (about the time 
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> of "Dreamboat Annie", when they were considered Canadian even though 
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> they came from Seattle, great acoustic pre-alternative album, 
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> BTW, many female Zep-style references, check out the masterpiece 
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> "Soul of the Sea" on Side One, reminds me of the seashore on Cape 
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> Breton Island (Cheticamp mostly, and the beach that's a ten 
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> minute walk from my home via a dirt road...) Whoah! Major 
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> parenthesis!) and other groups in the archives at the Universite de 
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> Moncton Library.
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> Gotta find it just to relive those memories... plus a cool band in it 
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> to boot.
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> Great news, BTW. Did you know that we can't keep OCTA in stock at 
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> Sam's because it's selling so well? "Everything You've Done Wrong" 
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> has really packed a wallop thru airplay, with people comparing it 
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> to everything from the Beatles' Rubber Soul/Revolver period (tee hee, 
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> that's me) to early Chicago (I see, I see...). I've seen it sell out 
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> every second week, and we order a pretty hefty amount at a time. I 
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> bought the last vinyl copy off the wall yesterday after work, and am 
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> keeping it unopened (already have both an opened CD and record copy, 
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> as well as that cool yellow Suzuki-S Sloan T-shirt... The CD/Record 
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> Combo I do for every new album that I certify a classic: Sloan's 
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> last two releases, Pearl Jam's "Vitalogy", Eric's Trip's "Purple 
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> Blue"... um, nothing else right now, although I'd love a vinyl of 
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> Tom Petty's "Wildflowers".). Anyone know if the vinyl edition of OCTA 
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> is also a limited edition pressing? Just wanted to keep an unopened 
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> copy of the "best d**n album ever to come out of the Maritimes", 
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> possibly to pass to my kids when they ask me, "So how come we never 
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> hear cool music from when you were a teen?" TAH-DAH!
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> I guess I've rambled enough here...
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> Glen (aka Barney Rubble)
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> What?!?!?!? You honestly thought there would be a sig file here?
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> S;^)
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ROTFL... Bwa ha ha!