Wednesday, February 20, 2008


Jim Jones

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Blogger eric said...

Sad news, but it sounds like he was enjoying himself right up until the end. I just pulled "Worlds In Collision" off the shelf and I'm listening to it now. The story has an interesting name on the byline, John Petkovic. The same J.P. from Death Of Samantha and Cobra Verde, maybe?

I was glad to hear your post of the Upholsterers' 45, which I never knew existed. Sounds good.

I found your spot by searching "Even Greenland" today and hitting on your post of July 20, 2005. The links are dead, and you didn't mention any titles there, but I'm assuming you posted the "Another Place To Hide" single, which I heard and enjoyed back when it was released, but never came across a copy to buy. I had sort of forgotten all about that one--it didn't even cross my mind when I lived in Tuscaloosa during the early-to-mid '90s (or I'd probably have tracked down a copy)--until a memory of it just popped up out of nowhere the other day. It's really wild how the mind stores and recalls things like that. Anyway, if you're open to suggestions like this, I'd like to request a re-up of that Even Greenland post. Thanks.

24/2/08 9:36 PM  
Blogger KS said...

When were you in Tuscaloosa? I lived there in '90-'91.

I'll repost the Even Greenland single in a few days.

25/2/08 8:05 AM  
Blogger eric said...

Looks like we were both living in Tuscaloosa around the same time, as I moved there in January of 1991. I left after I graduated from UA in 1995.

Excited about the repost, I'm looking forward to hearing it again.

26/2/08 9:01 PM  

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