Midnight Oil

[Powderworks] gear/effects and DVD's

ribman at manthey.com.au ribman at manthey.com.au
Sun Apr 4 19:40:37 MDT 2004

hmm ..  i should check to ensure that reference didn't inadvertently offend you or others ... if so i 
am sincerely sorry.  i should check my words for internationally political correctness, as i 
frequently assume an australian middle-order male audience (ie: myself - i assume my audience 
has my own sensibilities - that i'm in a roomful of blokey 'mates').
extreme aplogies if that was unpleasant for you or others.
seeeeeeeee yaaaaaaaaaa

On 4 Apr 2004 at 20:11, Beth Curran wrote:

From:           	"Beth Curran" <bcurran at columbus.rr.com>
To:             	<ribman at manthey.com.au>
Subject:        	RE: [Powderworks] gear/effects and DVD's
Date sent:      	Sun, 4 Apr 2004 20:11:52 -0400

> Err....what's a bunnie in this context? - Beth
> -----Original Message-----
> From: powderworks-bounces at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
> [mailto:powderworks-bounces at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu] On Behalf Of
> ribman at manthey.com.au
> Sent: Sunday, April 04, 2004 6:45 PM
> To: cam normac; powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
> Subject: Re: [Powderworks] gear/effects and DVD's
> On new years eve about 1999, I was one of the fortunate bunnies to be
> pullled up on stage for a 
> dance and streamer throw with about half a dozen other punters ... being
> a fan of oddities, i took 
> photos from on stage of both martin and jims pedals ... i thinkk martins
> foot is even in one of the 
> shots ... :-)
> If you want them, badger me to try to find the shots, scan them and post
> them somewhere ... I'm 
> pretty busy with a baby, and there are many photos to sort through.
> perhaps i'll one day scan oll 
> my shots from the era and web them. theres about 2 or 3 just gem shots,
> and a lot of the usual 
> (yeh, that's jim ... uh huh, theres bones ... aha .. pete again ..)
> On 4 Apr 2004 at 5:38, cam normac wrote:
> From:           	"cam normac" <camone at arthole.alphalink.com.au>
> Subject:        	[Powderworks] gear/effects and DVD's
> Date sent:      	Sun, 4 Apr 2004 05:38:17 +1000
> To:             	<powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu>
> > G'day All,
> > 
> > after seeing the recent ABC broadcast of the goat island gig, i was
> struck (as i always am) at just how amazing Moginie and Rotsey are (not
> to mention the rest of the band), Rotsey's solos in particular have
> always stood out to me as so abstract and unique, he's really
> incomparable to any other guitarist (at least in my range of musical
> experience, it's odd that they're both not more recognised in guitar
> player circles etc, being a gear nerd myself i'm always curious to find
> out how certain sounds are made so 
> i was wondering if anyone has any any info on the various effects and
> set-ups the Oils used, i'm mainly interested in the giffo era, perhaps
> the guys in the Midnight Oil Show might know? any info anyone could
> provide me with would be greatly appreciated,
> > 
> > i can't wait to get my copy of the DVD, having nearly worn out my VHS
> of both gigs! hooray for Justin i say. speaking of the DVD and live
> footage in general one of my favourite live versions of any song
> anywhere is the version of Short Memory on the 20,000 watt RSL vid (from
> the sydney entertainment centre from memory) does anyone know if there's
> any more footage of that gig floating about??
> > 
> > there's a lot of "any"s in this e-mail,
> > anyway,
> > cam.
> > 
> > 
> > http://arthole.alphalink.com.au
> > 
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