|Posted on Saturday, February 10, 2001 - 7:36 pm: |
Perhaps you'd like to discuss our 1996 record "jungle & sky"?
|Posted on Monday, March 05, 2001 - 3:39 pm: |
Dear Angry Edwin,
Why did Max Langert only appear in "jungle and
sky"??? How old were you in this record?
|Posted on Monday, March 05, 2001 - 8:03 pm: |
Max Langert was part of the band from March of 1995 to December of 1996. The only album that came out during that time was "jungle & sky."
Max is alive and well and living in Austin, Texas, producing and directing his own plays.
|Posted on Friday, March 16, 2001 - 4:10 pm: |
What are your favorite songs on the record
"Jungle and Sky"??? ---Chaoskid
|Posted on Friday, August 03, 2001 - 8:34 am: |
According to your site "Jungle & Sky" is out of print, but my wife discovered that it is orderable as an IN STOCK item on Amazon.com.
Assuming it is truly an in stock item, perhaps you might want to point your customers to Amazom.com, until you get restocked?
Brendan Milburn (Brendan)
|Posted on Friday, August 10, 2001 - 2:13 pm: |
It is, in fact, out of print, though Amazon may have a few copies left.
We signed a distribution deal with a company called "the orchard" a while back, and we realized shortly thereafter that most of the terms of the deal we had signed with them were not to our liking. Also, we've heard many people complain about late or no payments from them, etc., etc., etc....not an issue for this bulletin board, but I can't say we recommend them to any aspiring musicians.
Consequently, we have elected to sell our new record (and everything else) almost exclusively on our website, www.groovelily.com. We are more reliable at paying ourselves, we know precisely when we're out of stock, and we're much easier to reach when we need to talk to us.
If you order the album from amazon, they may or may not have it. They dealt with the Orchard, and the Orchard may in fact be out of business at this point. I wish you luck. Eventually, we'll get around to reprinting J&S, and you'll be able to deal directly with us. We like us, and we think you'll like us too.
|Posted on Friday, April 19, 2002 - 11:27 pm: |
I just got Jungle and Sky in my hot little hands about 10 minutes ago, thanks to www.gemm.com
I found and quickly ordered it from Hotwax Records, a company in Edinburgh, Scotland. It only took about 6 days and cost me the paltry sum of..........$5.95!!!! I love GEMM.com!!! Now I have all weekend to listen to my new baby.
Oh, uh, I also ordered a 45 of Bow Wow Wow's "Do You Wanna Hold Me?". I bet you guys are jealous now, eh? The only thing that would have made this transaction better would have been for me to be able to go and fetch them in person!
GrooveLily and Bow Wow Wow in the same shipment! How ya like them apples Bud???
Actually, I loved your post on your great weekend!
|Posted on Saturday, April 20, 2002 - 1:59 pm: |
Pretty Crunchy apples, Dave. You are one step ahead of me now. I had to make my own cd quality copy of J&S. Now I guess I know where I can get the real Mccoy. I am having a delightful weekend sitting around my house on pain medicine listening to music. I wish I was not sick and it was still last weekend.
Jim Greenlees (Jimgreenlees)
Post Number: 19
|Posted on Wednesday, August 14, 2002 - 1:50 pm: |
I'm feeling much better in the midst of an annoying day -- my copy of Jungle & Sky just showed up from Amazon's used CD search. It only took a week from posting to their finding a copy to receipt. The seller even included a replacement jewel box, as the original had a couple of cracks. The CD, however, sounds fine. (Thanks for the suggestion, Genevieve!)
Post Number: 30
|Posted on Wednesday, August 14, 2002 - 2:43 pm: |
...guess it's a good thing I got that last copy from Amazon when I did then, eh?
Jon Daniels (Padeadhead)
Post Number: 30
|Posted on Saturday, September 13, 2003 - 6:36 pm: |
Okay, time to open up a long-silent thread....
Just received in the mail today a copy of Jungle and Sky which I found on the Amazon Marketplace. Cost was negligible, maybe $12. It's used but not in bad shape at all.
So my collection of full-length albums is finally complete. I guess I'm lucky I got a copy of this so quickly after discovering the band (~ 1 year.)
Now all I need are the folk sampler, the appetizer, and other miscellaneous EP- and demo- type recordings.
I'm so psyched! Getting the Extenuating Circs and Jungle discs in the same week! Wooooo hoooooo!
p.s. What a different sound the band had during that time period.