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I've continually had a liking for the mystical, but it wasn't until I matured a little iota that I discovered John Maus!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:56 pm 
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pluckypurcell wrote:
pelleasetmelisande - i'm currently in dirty ass Allston, don't tell me that's where you are too? and i'd say highly unlikely on knowing each other, i know very very few mausheads in boston!
I used to live in New Hampshire before I moved to the UK. Boston was my go-to place for gigs - if you've been to New Hampshire then you know why. It makes me proud (and a little homesick) to see Maus fans from my 'hood (sort of).


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:28 pm 
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Plucky -- I live over the river in Cambridge :D

LadyLazarus -- my folks used to have a cabin on a lake in Antrim, NH, which part of NH are you from? Gotta love New England.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:04 pm 
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WHOA :float:


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:38 am 
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You don't wanna be back in NH now (LadyLazarus and I are twin sisters, if anyone wanted to know), my right leg is itching like a motherfucker after an all night mozzie attack! Although I have been enjoying the sweet smell of freshly cut hay and a bottle of delicious sugar maple liqueur we bought after a winery tour here (yes, there's a winery in NH).
Need to grab those tracks when my laptop and I are reacquainted in Brooklyn, and I've been told the rarities disc is waiting for me as well (although I had hoped to get it much earlier since I pre-ordered it ages in advance)! :victory:


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:20 pm 
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pelleasetmelisande wrote:
Plucky -- I live over the river in Cambridge :D

LadyLazarus -- my folks used to have a cabin on a lake in Antrim, NH, which part of NH are you from? Gotta love New England.
That's right, MA and I are twin sisters and, inevitably, both Maus maniacs. We lived in the Portsmouth/Rockingham county area, the next county over from Antrim.


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Mausspacians like twin sisters. :sneaky:


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dean wrote:
Mausspacians like twin sisters. :sneaky:
Uhhh wrong emoticon :creep:


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 4:43 am 
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Maus-loving twin sisters?!?!? That's the best thing I've heard all day.

Also, WHY, if I'm FROM New England, have I never heard of or tried sugar maple syrup liqueur?? This must be remedied. I love NH. I miss a lakeside fire and a starry sky and shadowy pine trees. Am going to Northern Vermont in a few weeks and cannot wait.

sorry to derail thread!

Can we please talk about how "All Joy for All Eternity" is a re-tooled version of "I Don't Eat Human Beings" except way way way more heartstring-pulling (at least IMO)??? I think it's the descending vocal line on the chorus ("all joy/for all...") that gets me.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 12:21 pm 
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pellease - i'm heading to vermont myself this weekend for a little woods and mountain time. can't fucking wait.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:22 pm 
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dean wrote:
Mausspacians like twin sisters. :sneaky:
my sister and i are maus-loving twins!

-jenn


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:37 pm 
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pelleasetmelisande wrote:
Maus-loving twin sisters?!?!? That's the best thing I've heard all day.

Also, WHY, if I'm FROM New England, have I never heard of or tried sugar maple syrup liqueur?? This must be remedied. I love NH. I miss a lakeside fire and a starry sky and shadowy pine trees. Am going to Northern Vermont in a few weeks and cannot wait.
I'm asking myself the same question re: maple syrup liqueur. Madam Ant better bring some of that hooch back with her when she visits me. I really miss those shadowy pine trees, too. There seems to be a lack of wilderness here in England. It's mostly bricks and mortar. Even the countryside is quite tame and tidy, with neatly clipped hedges and overly-worked fields.
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dean wrote:
Mausspacians like twin sisters. :sneaky:
my sister and i are maus-loving twins!

-jenn
We need to get together and have a Maus-loving twin sister party, obviously. Do you find that you both (coincidentally or not) tend to gravitate towards a lot of the same music? My sister and I can pretty much rely on eachother's good taste. |:o


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:05 am 
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johnmaus wrote:
possiblegrenade wrote:
Wish I knew where I could get a copy of this.
And I wish I knew more than I handful of German words... Please don't hold me to account for anything I've said here...

http://www.mediafire.com/?1j37rl6a32bwk
Oh wow thank you John! I escape to VT and NH for a week ((where the Maus fans roam?)) and return to yr gorgeous LP and more ((this))? What more could I ask for... Oh! And there was the Pier 84 show before I left, and YES it was meaningful!, barriers and photographers were nothing well something but the music is quite something.

More slinky keys and pulsing melodies and yr voice, how nice I'm going to enjoy these songs on an early AM bike ride right now.
Much love from the streets of New Jersey, there has always been synergy between yr songs and Jersey skies it really makes everything swell


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LadyLazarus wrote:
We need to get together and have a Maus-loving twin sister party, obviously.
:creep:


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LadyLazarus wrote:
We need to get together and have a Maus-loving twin sister party, obviously.
:creep:
Okay it is a calculated impossibility to put 'twin' and 'party' together in one sentence and have it NOT sound dodgy.


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