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Re: (TV) Mr. Obbard wrote:
Translator also did a killer version of the Beatles version
of "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" which can be found as a B-side to a 12" or
a 7". They always did interesting covers. M T C
>Subject: Re: (TV) Mr. Obbard wrote:
>Date: Thu, Jan 20, 2000, 12:03 PM
>Correct. I first saw them in San Francisco in '82?. They opened for
>Verlaine. That night they were far more interesting than Verlaine. I guess
>I never got over the fact that Television split up. Jay Dee just doesn't
>cut on drums; no jazz feel, not much fire.
>Translator also had a way with the Beatles. In '95 or '96 they regrouped
>and one night they did a fine version of "Cry baby cry" from the White
>album. Good memories!
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>> > How about another very good unnoticed band: Translator.
>> There's a band name from my college radio days. What was they're
>> one hit? "You're Everywhere That I'm Not" is my first guess, but
>> I'm not too sure on that one.
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