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They're currently finishing up a video for the song, trying to work out details with Colin's dog, Pip. For the moment, please take a look at this and help out if you're so inclined!

Anybody care to send me the text? Thanks, you know who you are. So here's the full length version for free! Those of you who asked me to ask him pay attention, as some of your questions made the cut.

Scarecrow People perform the music of one of the most influential British bands of the 20th century: Plus supporting guest Felicity Fox.

Proceeds benefit SIMS foundation. February 12 Andy Partridge contributes to Good Times! They are liking 3 of my tunes so far, and I hope they dig the latest?

The Pay It Forward Fund helps breast and woman's cancer patients pay basic living expenses while undergoing treatment so they can focus on what's really important - getting healthy.

December 8 It's a Complicated Game: Developed from a series of interviews conducted over many months, the book details Andy Partridge songs from throughout XTC's career and provides a unique insight into the work of one of Britain's most original and influential songwriters.

Filled with anecdotes about Partridge, his XTC bandmates, and the band's adventures around the world all told with Partridge's legendary humor , Complicated Game casts new light on the writing of lyrics, the construction of melodies and arrangements, the process of recording, and the workings of the music industry.

The book includes pages from Partridge's songwriting notebooks, reproductions of his original artwork designs, a guide to Andy Partridge's Swindon and a foreword by Steven Wilson.

The Vagabond Saints' Society is a loose collective of Triad-area Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point musicians that gathers semi-regularly to pay tribute to the great — and sometimes the not-so-great — artists of the pop-music era.

The album has been mixed from the original studio masters by Steven Wilson with input from Andy Partridge, and is fully approved by XTC.

Anton Barbeau has a new album in the works called Magic Act. A sudden case of "artistic differences" meant a change in course and Anton found himself making a solo record all over the place with all sorts of people.

Colin Moulding from XTC plays bass on one track. Anton is crowdfunding this project via KissKissBankBank.

I'd like to say that any money made beyond our costs will go towards my purchase of a Greek island, but this is my fourth crowd funding experience and I've learned the easy way that there isn't ever any spare change left over!

June 11 Tom Demi just happened across this article on the Skylarking reissue. To pre-order for June 29th release simply go here: Your ears deserve them.

May 31 Thanks to Keith and Tony for their generous donations! May 10 Paul Ferguson has created a White Music lyrics sheet , adapted from the handwriting on the back of the LP cover.

April 7 Senses Working Overtime 3: If you're near, come cheer and drink beer! The concert will showcase one of XTC's most ornate and beloved albums, Skylarking from March 27 at 9 p.

February 7 Revolution In The Shed: It is also an unprecedentedly revealing and instructive guide to how songs and records are made.

But it is also filled with anecdotes about Partridge, his XTC bandmates, and their adventures around the world, all told with the songwriter's legendary humor.

January 1 Happy New Year! November 15 Augie Krater performed his usual magic on the front and back covers of the French Science Friction 7" single.

Thanks, John, and good work! Andy Partridge wins Q Songwriter Award: Photo by David M. October 13 Brian MacDonald wrote a little something about The Big Express , which is soon to celebrate its 30th birthday.

September 22 Dave Stafford is scorched!! Dave Gregory is home at last August 30 Drums And Wires reissues: Pre-order for 27th October release.

All pre-order copies come with exclusive postcards signed by Andy Partridge. The Blu-Ray will include a wealth of extra audio and visual material.

August 16 Chalkhills, the mailing list, is now dead. For talk and chat and social networking of all sorts, see Buzzcity Talking.

Dave Stafford reviewed Skylarking. July 7 Barry Andrews writes about being that most unfortunate of rock 'n' rollers, the Keyboard Player.

Please enjoy and pass it along May 16 The Afterword has a piece on Nonsuch. Psychedelic Sight has a piece on the Skylarking reissue.

Uncut features an interview with Andy Partridge: April 30 Dangerous Minds asks Dear God: April 5 Claude Cat wrote to say that he was moved to write an extensive blog entry on the subject of XTC's late material.

A Tribute to the music of XTC: We hope to attract your attention so that you might attend this concert. The subject of the tribute is the band XTC.

A number of musicians will be performing one to three songs by this band. The concert will happen on MAY 24th.

It is to begin at If you are a fan, you know how rare a show like this is. Does anybody remember vinyl? March 10 Senses Working Overtime 2: Anyone near Minneapolis in April should not miss this show, featuring several Twin Cities luminaries, all paying tribute to the band everyone loves while raising money for women's cancer funds.

Hope some of you can make it. Now, some 28 years after its initial recording and release, Skylarking finally appears on CD as it was originally intended to sound and in the packaging as initially envisaged.

Available for pre-order now, from Ape. At this time one of my classmates, Jon Perkins was keyboard player, the other members were Andy, Colin and Terry.

The pics are from a gig at the Town Gardens Bowl Swindon can't remember the date maybe summer 76 or January 5 Michael Ricci, founder and publisher of All About Jazz , sent a note to tell us about this review of Steven Wilson's recent remixing projects , including Nonsuch.

Nick Harman sent a note to say he found some old negatives in his loft, which happen to be photos of XTC in concert in Augie Krater rides again!

December 10 Apple Venus Vol. It's free association time with St. Andrew of Bedroom Rock: Andy Partridge in Blurt. Power of Pop reviews Wasp Star.

December 3 Nonsuch reviewed: November 24 Marty Willson Piper reviews Skylarking. November 23 Nonsuch reviewed: November 16 Record Collector reviewed Nonsuch.

November 12 Mark Smotroff's review of the new Nonsvch 5. November 1 Them's The Breaks: You can debate all you like whether an artist is born great, achieves greatness or has greatness thrust upon them, all I know is that this is a great album.

Available from 1 November at jenolive. Andy Partridge contributes to six songs. October 13 Todd Bernhardt spoke with Pete Phipps.

Pete Phipps is now Drummer of the Week. Senses Working Overtime and Down in the Cockpit. Are there any other tunes you'd love to see transcribed?

A number of people have mentioned Isle of Noises: Conversations with Great British Songwriters. In this book, the author, Daniel Rachel has an in-depth conversation Andy Partridge and others.

I'm proud to be part of this project. August 3 October date for Nonsuch 5. Nonsuch is the first in a series of expanded XTC album editions including 5.

Steven Wilson has produced the new mixes with the input of founding band member Andy Partridge and the full approval of the band.

You can hear a few of the tracks on her Bandcamp page. Another quality release from Purple Pyramid Records.

July 17 Rich Kamerman wrote again: Jim Fitzsimons found this articles in Stuck in the '80s: A Music War' Week: The recent birth of a son brought up some wonderful thoughts.

May 19 Colin Moulding In Extremis: The album is produced by Billy Sherwood, who also plays drums, and he's the most likely connection between Mr. Moulding and the band.

May 3 Allan Knox points this out: Except that the interview is for Spinner. April 19 The Atlantic reviewed Gonwards mostly for its artwork: Great music and a greater cause.

The Pay It Forward Fund pays basic living expenses for women in need while recovering from breast and other women's cancers.

April 5 It's Here: We'd originally thought that Wing Beat Elastic might be a download-only collection, a low-profile side dish to Wing Beat Fantastic , but after arriving at the song sequence and listening to it a lot, we came to love it and wanted to give it a full CD release treatment.

We still love making physical products and I think we always will. February 14 Tor Lier points out this cool interview on the Shindig website. February 9 Gonwards reviewed: January 27 Wing Beat Fantastic reviewed: January 23 Mark Fisher leads us to this reprinted feature from The Guardian: January 20 Today's deviations: Thank you and good night.

On 12 December , XTC twitter: Wilson has been creating the wonderful surround mixes for the reissued King Crimson and Jethro Tull albums.

I Don't Care About Sleep. January 5 A Testimonial Dinner reviewed: January 4 Gonwards reviewed: January 1 Gonwards reviewed: Wing Beat Fantastic reviewed: December 20 Gonwards reviewed: December 18 Wing Beat Fantastic reviewed: December 5 Gonwards reviewed: December 2 Gonwards reviewed: Green Man Music thanks to Stu Rowe.

December 1 Gonwards reviewed: Le blogue de Nicolas Houle thanks to Thierry Samzun. November 30 Stu Rowe found this new zoo review of Gonwards.

November 17 Gonwards reviewed: November 11 Gonwards reviewed: November 9 Richard Higgins let us know that Tony Visconti chose Mummer as one of his favourite albums.

October 12 Peter Blegvad and Andy Partridge have released another film from their forthcoming set Gonwards. Film by Mitch Friedman. October 11 Peter Blegvad and Andy Partridge have released another film from their forthcoming set Gonwards.

Film by Marina Lutz. X is for XTC. Ricardo Juarez lets us know about an article about XTC conventions: Gonwards available to pre-order: Gonwards , the new collaboration between Peter Blegvad and Andy Partridge, is now available for pre-order.

The box set will include many extras, including extra tracks and films, an exclusive card game, and a lyric book. The set will be available on 22 October Stu Rowe posted this: Finally it's time to say this, and it's a sincere pleasure to do so: Wing Beat Fantastic , my new album made up primarily of songs co-written by myself and Andy Partridge, will be released on July 24!

And it's available for pre-order now! There's also a Wing Beat Fantastic T-shirt. June 24 Fossil Fools have been unable to replace their fourth member, so they have hung up their hats.

Mastered, packaged, the lot. The release date is July 24 but we'll make it available for pre-order before then.

Progmeister Billy Sherwood has produced two all-star albums which will see an August 14, , release. The second album is entitled The Prog Collective , on which Mr.

Moulding sings an original song by Mr. June 2 Egidio Sabbadini shared a photo: Central Park, December May 23 Here's a little article in Italian: Blur release Andy Partridge productions: On 30 July , Blur will release Blur Blur went on to rerecord those songs with producer Stephen Street for their album Modern Life is Rubbish.

The album is due to be released on 3 September , preceded by an EP entitled Wildflowers scheduled for 25 June April 28 Ray Hill shared some magazine covers: Download and print yours today.

Billy Sherwood is in the process of recording two albums , a Supertramp tribute and an original prog-rock album.

February 28 Brian O'Connor gives us a heads up on an interview he and his colleague did with Mr Partridge for episode 8 of their songwriting podcast, Sodajerker on Songwriting.

Another compilation that Andy and Colin won't make any money on: February 11 Thanks to Darlene Miller for her contribution!

February 5 I may be slow sometimes, but I do eventually get around to it. In this case, I received some images from Bill Wikstrom two years ago.

I converted them to web pages today. Check out his Oxfordshire-based covers band the The Vinyl Vandals.

January 16 Scott Nuckles sent in a sampling of scans, and I'm gradually working through them. Today's batch includes an Australian gig poster for the Cloudland show, July , a UK advert for the Electric Ballroom show, Nov , an autographed copy of Chalkhills and Children , and a batch of items from Paris Promotions run by Rob Wyborn, Andy Partridge's then-brother-in-law: January 15 Scott Nuckles provided a pile of pictures: November 11 For the practicing Duke, J.

October 15 Beware the Ides of October! Did I mention that Chalkhills now has a Facebook presence? Visit us and join today! A happy combination of an active XTC forum and the rise of the band created an amazing series of gigs culminating in a gathering of XTC fans in Swindon in As an XTC tribute, the Fossil Fools know that such circumstances are unlikely to happen again, but that doesn't diminish the pure pleasure they get from bringing XTC songs to life.

Come and join us! Saturday, November 12, 7: Opening band is The Florida Recounts. October 5 Many thanks to John Powell for his donation.

Andy , Colin , and XTC. Todd Osborn found this review of Black Sea. June 25 The new book edited by Shigemasa Fujimoto: The new book edited by Shigemasa Fujimoto who brought you Wonderland: XTC Discography , Limited edition available soon by mail order only from EphemeraFile Canada.

June 11 Ape House moves to Burning Shed: Burning Shed has recently taken over ordering and fulfillment for the Ape House store. Rumour has it that the Ape House web site will be completely overhauled in the coming months.

You can listen to the show on WFDU May 21 Paul Ferguson used his new toy Tablature 1. Thanks to Per Aronsson. Volume 1 is now available for download.

Richard also has a few CDs available. Side 1 and Side 2. April 26 Fossil Fools gig on 9 July: Please check out www. Also with the reel. I started recording final versions of two of the approximately eight songs that Andy and I have written together.

February 17 Augie Krater presents a scan he's been wanting to do for years: Bill sent me all these scans in July , and I'm slowly working through them still.

February 11 Joe Lepper wrote to let us know about a new feature on Neon Filler: Number 91 is Psonic Psunspot. They will be taking part in a charity fund-raising day for victims of the floods in Brisbane, Australia.

They expect to be on stage at around 5pm, and will play for 45 minutes or so. Out of print for years and now available to download.

January 18 Augie Krater scanned and cleaned and removed the ringwear on his copy of the gorgeous Grass single.

January 4 Nigels With Attitude, January 2 I just realized I screwed up last year and did not change the volume number of the Chalkhills digest.

Well, and so I engaged in a bit of revisionism and changed it now. Check out the result. A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren in the Studio.

The book includes an entire chapter on the recording of XTC's Skylarking. Thanks to Bill Wikstrom. December 5 Augie Krater recently acquired the totally beautiful Japanese Drums and Wires LP, then he scanned the front cover and the badass obi.

Stay tuned to this station for more information as it becomes available. November 28 I was looking at some scans from Graeme Wong See and I noticed that Rolling Stone completely changed their web site recently.

XTC no longer has an entry. November 19 The last two pictures from Gerhard Satke's recent contribution: November 11 Veteran contributor Augie Krater has provided the following: November 10 I'm still working through Gerhard Satke's contributions.

Now available are the following photos: I think he'll be taking over as web designer. All profits from the sale of this record will go directly to Tim Smith.

November 2 Adrian Warren was looking though some old music mags retrieved from his loft and came across this advert for Psonic Psunspot from Melody Maker , August 8th, Be the first on your block!

October 8 Patrick Bouchez wrote with some great news: October 1 October already! In that interview, Mr.

Partridge made a list of his favorite XTC tracks. Thanks to Chris Handy and Euron Griffith. July 22 Augie Krater did some shopping and scanning: Augie Krater found this cool promo pic of XTC.

Does anybody have a spare copy they can send me? June 10 Colin Moulding News: Colin plays beautifully as always - the part is a real Moulding work of art!

I don't know if I have my facts straight but might this be his first bass outing in about nine years? Either way, I know XTC fans certainly won't be disappointed with his playing and may rather enjoy my album into the bargain!

June 4 Fossil Fools move to The Rolleston: The fun starts at 8. May 15 Thierry Samzun wrote with some news from France: Four pages about xtc can be seen here.

May 2 Ricardo Juarez sent in a photo of a review of Nonsuch from the April issue of the Canadian music magazine Network. Sentire Ascoltare reviews English Settlement.

April 17 I'm doing some site maintenance. See what you will see. Give it a spin. This is Wiltshire puts the Spotlight on The Everyday Story of Smalltown: On Thursday, 15 April , April 3 Swindon on a Thin Wire: Thanks to Brian Damage.

The issue also included the lyrics. Thanks to Rob Hill. Augie Krater bought the Mayor of Simpleton cassette single and scanned its cover. March 27 The only notes that count are the ones that come from Wilts: Check out these Smash Hits Reviews: March 23 Brian Damage is gradually putting up an issue of Smash Hits every fortnight, on the 30th anniversary of the original publication date.

The September , , issue features an advertisement for the limited edition Making Plans For Nigel game single. On the cover, you can see the musicians and a few record sleeves in the foreground.

Look carefully, and perhaps you will be able to identify one of their influences. The tribute band Nigels With Attitude have announced their next show!

Come see the best musicians of Atlanta perform the music of XTC! Thanks to Rob Leary. Augie Krater bought the Statue of Liberty single and scanned it.

Tributosaurus returns for two XTC tribute shows, so here's your chance to see and hear a reconstruction of XTC's unique production style in a live venue.

Don't miss them this time! February 12 Ape Loves Haiti: Ape Loves Haiti is a download-only compilation, all proceeds of which will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee , so please be generous.

There are a few surprises and exclusives, and beautiful artwork has been donated by Andrew Swainson. The album is offered through July, so buy early and buy often.

February 4 Augie Krater noticed that it'd been far too long since there was any news, so he did the obvious thing and bought the Japanese Making Plans for Nigel single, and scanned it, which was a bit tough due to the condition of the cover.

And then he scanned the back cover for good measure. Augie Krater presents this detail from the cover of Skylarking. Snipping, snipping, snipping goes the Scissor Man.

January 24 Augie Krater scanned and tweezed and huffed and puffed and was ultimately defeated by the cover of Skylarking. January 17 Leisure does XTC: They're going to reprise the show for public consumption next month.

Don't miss this show if you're anywhere near Cincinnati. Saturday, February 27, at 9: January 7 Mark Bignell clued us in to this Album Review: Augie Krater scanned and tweezed and cleaned up and perfected the front and back covers of the Wake Up single.

January 2 Orpheus in Orpheus: Orpheus , a new ballet by John Neumeier, is being performed this month at the Hamburg Ballet.

He also notes that this is the first time any XTC song has made it to the list. December 9 Jean Christophe Prunet sent in a pic of his ticket to see XTC at Le Palace, Paris, on the fateful night of 18 March when Andy Partridge stumbled off the stage, the victim of exhaustion, valium addiction and an uncaring music business machine, and three snapshots he took of the band performing: December 8 Fossil Fools at the Furnace: Thanks to Status Promotions!

December 7 Nonsuch reviewed: The Complete and Utter Dukes reviewed: Partridge is not Lightheaded: Years ago Andy Partridge worked with animator Mike Dacko on music for a short film called Lightheaded.

Dacko has more recently worked with Thievery Corporation and has decided not to use Mr. The film has gone on to win numerous awards.

November 24 eBay is always an interesting source of XTC memorabilia. Yesterday I found the following: I finally got around to transcribing it.

November 21 Bill Wikstrom sent in this Virgin U. Last April he scanned the review and finally I got around to transcribing it. And Andy and I in some of the mummer suits that were still around at the time of Skylarking.

I couldn't take one home no room in the suitcase so I asked for a photo instead! November 8 Tin Spirits Play Stompbox: Stompbox , the UK's first dedicated effects pedal shoppe, is hosting a launch party on Wednesday 18th November at their shoppe located in Northwood, North West London.

There will also be a charity raffle to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Atlanta XTC tribute to play again: The show starts at 8: Thanks to Andisheh Nouraee.

October 25 More backlog from the collection of Bill Wikstrom: October 18 More backlog from the collection of Bill Wikstrom: Find the Silver Key: The Silver Key has been released and the treasure hunt has begun!

Dave Gregory plays on two tracks on the rather unusual album by The Weirdo Deluxe. All the clues needed to find it are hidden in this album.

Give thanks for his scans of the front and back covers. You won't be disappointed. I'm working through my backlog again: Go read it if you're so inclined and if you do, leave a kind comment in their not my comments area so they know that people actually read these things.

October 1 Psonic Psunspot reviewed: Stretch your fingers out, boys. September 9 Black Sea reviewed: September 6 Another round of scans from the collection of Bill Wikstrom has produced these lovelies: September 5 Skylarking images from the collection of Bill Wikstrom: The Wall Street Journal.

August 30 Bill Wikstrom has provided a pile of images that I am slowly digging myself out from under: August 23 More images from Bill Wikstrom: Picture yourself in a boat on a river that leads from 's jolly wonderland of English Psychedelia right up to the paisley lollipop of 's 25 O'Clock by the Dukes of Stratosphear.

DJ Robby will play an upsy-daisy assortment of classic English 60s psych that directly influenced the Dukes and a healthy bit of the Dukes as well!

August 9 Bill Wikstrom contributed more scans: August 8 Bill Wikstrom has been scanning his collection and contributing to Chalkhills: July 20 Find the Silver Key: Another review of those albums can be found at Psychedelic Sight.

July 13 Augie Krater scanned the photo from the Drums and Wires lyrics sheet. He ripped it and removed some hiss and has made it available for download.

Is there a higher quality download available elsewhere? If not, this one's for you. WCOM is an all-volunteer, non-profit, community-oriented radio station and a labor of love.

The show should appeal to both hardcore and new XTC fans. June 12 Augie Krater has provided this very nice scan of the original 25 O'Clock front cover.

I have the archive material and now looking for a suitable venue. I'm looking at making it a special event worthy of the group and fellow fans.

I feel well equipped to stage the event having the experience of organising the original set between 89 - Anyone interested please contact me at: Augie Krater has completed his final exams, so now he's back at work scanning and tweezing.

June 8 The Dukes of Stratosphear reissues reviewed: Talk About Pop Music. May 24 Augie Krater rescanned and cleaned up various pictures from the Coat of Many Cupboards book, including the band circa , Barry Andrews circa , and three live pictures circa a , b , c.

May 16 Augie Krater scanned and cleaned up the front and back of the Senses Working Overtime incher and re-did the Skylarking illustration.

The Psonic Psunspot and 25 O'Clock reissues reviewed: This week's song, "Life Begins at the Hop," was released first as a single in the UK and included as the first track on the American release of 's Drums and Wires.

Seeking absolution for their sins they have gone back and remastered both 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot from the original analogue tapes.

Both albums are now available on CD, packaged in high-quality digibook sleeve with lyrics, photos and liner notes. And, lest we forget, the CDs also include many bonus tracks and demos.

May 7 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot reissues reviewed: May 6 Augie Krater has been keeping himself busy on these rainy days.

May 5 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot reissues reviewed: This time it's the band photo from the liner notes of White Music.

August his name, not the adjective Krater recently furnished a few more scans: April 29 Absolute Iain and Andy: Thanks to Adrian Warren. April 25 Ab Stammeshaus recently dug up the slides he shot at the Paradiso Amsterdam concert.

August Augie recently finished two more scans: April 24 Per Aronsson notes that the reviews of the Dukes reissues are pouring in: Also, read this and weep: Examples of his work include these lovely images: April 2 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot reviewed: A commercial free, corporate free, listener-sponsored radio station.

Audience participation is greatly encouraged as there will only be room for about 30 tunes from their long and illustrious career.

You can send your requests to: March 14 Bill Wikstrom sent in improved images of the front and back covers of the 3D Single.

Brent Dougans pointed out this lovely photogallery: February 21 Tributosaurus becomes XTC -- again! February 1 Thanks to Derek Joyce for his donation.

January 23 Reissued Reissues: Benjamin Lukoff wrote to point out that the recent issue of Mojo mentioned expanded two-disc reissues of English Settlement , Skylarking , Oranges and Lemons , 25 O'Clock , Psonic Psunspot , and more, will be released during Colin Moulding, in his Rundgren Radio interview, also mentioned that some additional recording has been done and some previously unfinished and unreleased tracks may also see the light of day as part of this round of reissues.

Let's hope they don't bungle the mastering again. January 5 If you sent me a message concerning Chuck Sabo, it got marked as spam and I emptied my spam folder before I realized it wasn't spam at all.

Please resend your message. Let's hope Todd recovers quickly. Jim has been asked to play the song at the ceremony and he says that Andy has accepted the invitation and will be there at the event.

It happens on February the 2nd in London and will be broadcast on Radio 2 on February 4th. Well, you may find this hard to believe but December 7th, , at 2pm ET.

Just like before with Andy and Dave, listeners are welcome to call in and ask questions! What's interesting is that it's Colin Moulding doing the talking!

November 22 Toby Howard recently took delivery of Mellotron: Andy Partridge has given his thumbs up to the project. Instead, it's a sampler of sorts, containing parts of songs which may or may not appear on a full-length release at some unspecified time in the future.

The EP is not available in stores, but it may or may not be available if you ask Stuart Rowe nicely. Snippets are also available for streaming.

Club includes a personal view of the music of XTC. October 23 Monstrance reviewed: September 28 Things are quiet. Here's an extract from the film.

The view into Andy's creative process is very interesting and of course he's very funny when not completely annoying and Dave has the best memory of anybody in pop.

Lighterthief , with multi-talented Stuart Rowe lightly holding the reins, has a new track available. This may or may not be a track from the forthcoming long-player entitled Stutter Drop.

So give 'er a virtual spin now. So now it's a podcast instead. August 4 Debie Edmonds wrote recently to let us know that although Guitargonauts disappeared off the radar it's not dead.

In fact, Guitargonauts has been reborn at www. July 30 Photographer C. Vanaria spent years shooting bands for various Boston fanzines, and has now published a book entitled The Boston Years: The Music Scene in Photographs The book collects about 80 of her photographs, and is somewhere between a total DIY effort and a professionally put together project.

It includes many photographs that have not been included in previous gallery shows of this body of work. Many bands are featured but of course one of them is XTC.

More details available at http: Not the world's longest piss. June 13 David Roberts send in two photos: May 31 Paul Jenner wrote to say that his short-lived yet infamous magazine Sudden Apathy is now online.

May 24 Thierry Samzun points out this French article: Definitely seek it out. Spill all you know. May 11 Visit Ir r egular Miniatures Ltd and check out their amazing range of toy soldiers and other unpainted cast metal figures, some designed by Andy Partridge e.

May 9 Spastic Minnow says: P is far more productive and motivated than that! In fact, he's been in the studio with playboy millionaire Stuart Rowe, multi-instrumentalist and engineer extraordinaire he twiddled the knobs on Monstrance , among many other things , working on a track for the upcoming Lighterthief album, Stutter Drop.

Add it to your player. April 24 Richard Farrell caricatured Black Sea -era Andy Partridge in his original pen and ink drawing that he sent in today.

A good time was had by all. April 10 David Veitch just self-published his May interview with Colin Moulding which was previously available exclusively on Chalkhills.

April 9 The ubiquitous Mr. Mack pointed out this entry in Mike Keneally 's blog entry for April 2, Andy Partridge and I have re-engaged on our project which was started four years ago now, sheesh.

This year we're going to actually finish the songs we started writing together, I hope, I hope. Tim Coles sent in a snap of an up market Japanese boutique in the Rappongi district, Tokyo.

March 14 Mark Budgen wrote to say that the Looking For Footprints pic sleeve was something he made for himself. So, it's not legit.

But it's still cool. Partridge is also working on a post-XTC solo album! Thanks to Wes Long. Thanks to Deb and Todd.

March 2 Aceofwands does requests! Do you think it's legit? February 19 Tributosaurus becomes XTC: David Veitch found an old unpublished interview with Colin Moulding from May , it's now exclusively available for the first time from Chalkhills.

Until today, when I received a message from long-time Chalkhills subscriber Ed Daranciang. February 3 XTC Fans: The Dukes of Draught: At long last, The Dukes of Simpleton have booked another show!

The Dukes of Simpleton are a tribute band dedicated to bringing you the music of XTC, performed live. January 31 Andy and Todd Talk Radio: January 24 Kay Stracey tells us to go Ask Andy.

January 20 Aceofwands strikes again: See if you can find the pot of gold. January 13 Dave Gregory remembers the song for last week: January 12 Per Aronsson contributed three new pics: Mack sent in scans from the December issue of Monkees Monthly including the cover and a caricature of Mickey Dolenz by young Andrew Partridge.

December 21 Apple Venus Vol. December 17 More sounds from the anonymous Aceofwands: More sounds from the anonymous Sgt. Oh, and Happy Dec!

December 7 Dave Mallow notes: Interesting to hear a current take on the oft-discussed Skylarking sessions. The latter also comes with a podcast featuring an interview with Andy Partridge: November 17 I have attempted to compile an exhaustive XTC covers list.

If you have corrections or other additional information, please let me know. November 12 Monstrance reviewed: Help spread the word!

Download your copy today! October 31 Everything New is Old Again: Work continues apace on 11 Modern Antiquities , the forthcoming album from Pugwash.

Well, September 29 has come and gone. October 4 Pour a Glass of Fine Wires: October 3 Autumn's here and the time is right for dishing up a treat: September 15 Fossil Fuel reviewed: September 10 Pitchfork reviews Apple Box.

Some B-Sides , Waxworks: August 14 Monstrance reviewed: The Shebeats and The Fuzzy Warblers are scheduled to appear.

The SundayDogs unfortunately will not be able to perform. Yes, you heard it right, Martyn, Barry and Andy will wield their musical tools in the studio for a session of improvised sound.

The show starts at July 10 Chalkhills is moving to a new system Ubuntu Feisty and it might be a few days before mail delivery is configured and the next issue of Chalkhills goes out.

Orpheus — The Lowdown reviewed: June 29 Ricardo Juarez sent in three nanopictures inspired by the trace of a wet bag of tea and XTC songs: PopMatters thanks to Tyler Hewitt.

June 14 Jeff Truzzi has charted two more songs: June 11 And I quote: Part of an ongoing series of interviews by Todd Bernhardt with Andy Partridge about the songs we feature each week on MySpace.

Kathleen Davis writes to say that there will be a mini southern California XTC gathering starting at 6: Please write Kathleen for more details.

Mack transcribed this review of Monstrance from the recent issue of Goldmine. English Settlement is reviewed by Ben Gott for Blogcritics.

In which issue does this article appear? Thanks to Marie Omnibus and J. Il papiro divenne difficile da reperire a causa della mancanza di contatti con l' Antico Egitto e la pergamena , che per secoli era stata tenuta in secondo piano, divenne il materiale di scrittura principale.

I monasteri continuarono la tradizione scritturale latina dell' Impero romano d'Occidente. La tradizione e lo stile dell' Impero romano predominava ancora, ma gradualmente emerse la cultura del libro medievale.

I monaci irlandesi introdussero la spaziatura tra le parole nel VII secolo. L'innovazione fu poi adottata anche nei Paesi neolatini come l'Italia , anche se non divenne comune prima del XII secolo.

Si ritiene che l'inserimento di spazi tra le parole abbia favorito il passaggio dalla lettura semi-vocalizzata a quella silenziosa.

Prima dell'invenzione e della diffusione del torchio tipografico , quasi tutti i libri venivano copiati a mano, il che li rendeva costosi e relativamente rari.

I piccoli monasteri di solito possedevano al massimo qualche decina di libri, forse qualche centinaio quelli di medie dimensioni.

Il processo della produzione di un libro era lungo e laborioso. Infine, il libro veniva rilegato dal rilegatore [26]. Le copertine erano fatte di legno e ricoperte di cuoio.

Esistono testi scritti in rosso o addirittura in oro, e diversi colori venivano utilizzati per le miniature. A volte la pergamena era tutta di colore viola e il testo vi era scritto in oro o argento per esempio, il Codex Argenteus.

Per tutto l'Alto Medioevo i libri furono copiati prevalentemente nei monasteri, uno alla volta. Il sistema venne gestito da corporazioni laiche di cartolai , che produssero sia materiale religioso che profano [28].

Nelle prime biblioteche pubbliche i libri venivano spesso incatenati ad una libreria o scrivania per impedirne il furto. Questi libri furono chiamati libri catenati.

Vedi illustrazione a margine. L' ebraismo ha mantenuto in vita l'arte dello scriba fino ad oggi. Anche gli arabi produssero e rilegarono libri durante il periodo medievale islamico , sviluppando tecniche avanzate di calligrafia araba , miniatura e legatoria.

Col metodo di controllo, solo "gli autori potevano autorizzare le copie, e questo veniva fatto in riunioni pubbliche, in cui il copista leggeva il testo ad alta voce in presenza dell'autore, il quale poi la certificava come precisa".

In xilografia , un'immagine a bassorilievo di una pagina intera veniva intarsiata su tavolette di legno, inchiostrata e usata per stampare le copie di quella pagina.

Questo metodo ebbe origine in Cina , durante la Dinastia Han prima del a. I monaci o altri che le scrivevano, venivano pagati profumatamente.

I primi libri stampati, i singoli fogli e le immagini che furono creati prima del in Europa, sono noti come incunaboli. Folio 14 recto del Vergilius romanus che contiene un ritratto dell'autore Virgilio.

Da notare la libreria capsa , il leggio ed il testo scritto senza spazi in capitale rustica. Leggio con libri catenati , Biblioteca Malatestiana di Cesena.

Incunabolo del XV secolo. Si noti la copertina lavorata, le borchie d'angolo e i morsetti. Insegnamenti scelti di saggi buddisti , il primo libro stampato con caratteri metallici mobili, Le macchine da stampa a vapore diventarono popolari nel XIX secolo.

Queste macchine potevano stampare 1. Le macchine tipografiche monotipo e linotipo furono introdotte verso la fine del XIX secolo.

Nel [34] nasce il Progetto Gutenberg , lanciato da Michael S. Hart , la prima biblioteca di versioni elettroniche liberamente riproducibili di libri stampati.

I libri a stampa sono prodotti stampando ciascuna imposizione tipografica su un foglio di carta. Le varie segnature vengono rilegate per ottenere il volume.

L'apertura delle pagine, specialmente nelle edizioni in brossura , era di solito lasciata al lettore fino agli anni sessanta del XX secolo , mentre ora le segnature vengono rifilate direttamente dalla tipografia.

Nei libri antichi il formato dipende dal numero di piegature che il foglio subisce e, quindi, dal numero di carte e pagine stampate sul foglio.

Le "carte di guardia", o risguardi, o sguardie, sono le carte di apertura e chiusura del libro vero e proprio, che collegano materialmente il corpo del libro alla coperta o legatura.

Non facendo parte delle segnature , non sono mai contati come pagine. Si chiama "controguardia" la carta che viene incollata su ciascun "contropiatto" la parte interna del "piatto" della coperta, permettendone il definitivo ancoraggio.

In origine era costituito dalla firma del copista o dello scriba, e riportava data, luogo e autore del testo; in seguito fu la formula conclusiva dei libri stampati nel XV e XVI secolo che conteneva, spesso in inchiostro rosso, il nome dello stampatore, luogo e data di stampa e l'insegna dell'editore.

Usata raramente fino a tutto il Settecento quando solitamente l'editore vendeva i libri slegati o applicava una semplice copertina di protezione, che veniva poi gettata dal legatore divenne molto popolare a partire dai primi anni dell' Ottocento , forse su impulso degli stampatori Brasseur di Parigi [38].

Nel libro antico poteva essere rivestita di svariati materiali: Poteva essere decorata con impressioni a secco o dorature.

Ciascuno dei due cartoni che costituiscono la copertina viene chiamato piatto. Nel XIX secolo la coperta acquista una prevalente funzione promozionale.

Ha caratterizzato a lungo l'editoria per l'infanzia e oggi, ricoperto da una "sovraccoperta", costituisce il tratto caratteristico delle edizioni maggiori.

Le "alette" o "bandelle" comunemente dette "risvolti di copertina" sono le piegature interne della copertina o della sovraccoperta vedi infra. Generalmente vengono utilizzate per una succinta introduzione al testo e per notizie biografiche essenziali sull'autore.

Di norma, riporta le indicazioni di titolo e autore. I libri con copertina cartonata in genere sono rivestiti da una "sovraccoperta". I tagli possono essere al naturale, decorati o colorati in vario modo.

In questi ultimi casi, si parla di "taglio colore", nel passato usati per distinguere i libri religiosi o di valore dalla restante produzione editoriale, utilizzando una spugna imbevuta di inchiostri all' anilina anni del XX secolo [39].

Dalla fine degli anni novanta vengono svolti in labbratura con colori a base d'acqua. Riporta solitamente titolo, autore, e editore del libro.

Sovente riporta un motto. Assente nel libro antico. I primi incunaboli e manoscritti non avevano il frontespizio, ma si aprivano con una carta bianca con funzione protettiva.

Nel XVII secolo cede la parte decorativa all' antiporta e vi compaiono le indicazioni di carattere pubblicitario riferite all'editore, un tempo riservate al colophon.

In epoca moderna, le illustrazioni e parte delle informazioni si sono trasferite sulla copertina o sulla sovraccoperta e altre informazioni nel verso del frontespizio.

I nervi possono essere lasciati a vista e messi in evidenza attraverso la "staffilatura" , oppure nascosti in modo da ottenere un dorso liscio.

Nel libro moderno i nervi sono di norma finti, apposti per imitare l'estetica del libro antico e conferire importanza al libro. Se esse fanno parte integrante del testo sono chiamate illustrazioni.

Esse hanno una numerazione di pagina distinta da quella del testo; vengono impresse su una carta speciale, quasi sempre una carta patinata [41].

Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Disambiguazione — Se stai cercando altri significati, vedi Libro disambigua. Pagina del Codex Argenteus.

Arma di Taggia, Atene, , p. All ,, of you. URL consultato il 15 agosto There are ,, of them. At least until Sunday.

URL consultato il 5 giugno Scribes, Script and Books , p. History and Technique of an Ancient Craft New ed. Dover Publications , p.

Cambridge University Press , pp. Solo codici venivano usati dai cristiani per far copie delle Sacre Scritture e anche per altri scritti religiosi.

Gli undici codici biblici di questo periodo sei con la Septuaginta e cinque con parti del Nuovo Testamento sono su codici.

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October 15 Beware the Ides of October! Did I mention that Chalkhills now has a Facebook presence? Visit us and join today!

A happy combination of an active XTC forum and the rise of the band created an amazing series of gigs culminating in a gathering of XTC fans in Swindon in As an XTC tribute, the Fossil Fools know that such circumstances are unlikely to happen again, but that doesn't diminish the pure pleasure they get from bringing XTC songs to life.

Come and join us! Saturday, November 12, 7: Opening band is The Florida Recounts. October 5 Many thanks to John Powell for his donation. Andy , Colin , and XTC.

Todd Osborn found this review of Black Sea. June 25 The new book edited by Shigemasa Fujimoto: The new book edited by Shigemasa Fujimoto who brought you Wonderland: XTC Discography , Limited edition available soon by mail order only from EphemeraFile Canada.

June 11 Ape House moves to Burning Shed: Burning Shed has recently taken over ordering and fulfillment for the Ape House store.

Rumour has it that the Ape House web site will be completely overhauled in the coming months. You can listen to the show on WFDU May 21 Paul Ferguson used his new toy Tablature 1.

Thanks to Per Aronsson. Volume 1 is now available for download. Richard also has a few CDs available. Side 1 and Side 2. April 26 Fossil Fools gig on 9 July: Please check out www.

Also with the reel. I started recording final versions of two of the approximately eight songs that Andy and I have written together.

February 17 Augie Krater presents a scan he's been wanting to do for years: Bill sent me all these scans in July , and I'm slowly working through them still.

February 11 Joe Lepper wrote to let us know about a new feature on Neon Filler: Number 91 is Psonic Psunspot. They will be taking part in a charity fund-raising day for victims of the floods in Brisbane, Australia.

They expect to be on stage at around 5pm, and will play for 45 minutes or so. Out of print for years and now available to download. January 18 Augie Krater scanned and cleaned and removed the ringwear on his copy of the gorgeous Grass single.

January 4 Nigels With Attitude, January 2 I just realized I screwed up last year and did not change the volume number of the Chalkhills digest.

Well, and so I engaged in a bit of revisionism and changed it now. Check out the result. A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren in the Studio. The book includes an entire chapter on the recording of XTC's Skylarking.

Thanks to Bill Wikstrom. December 5 Augie Krater recently acquired the totally beautiful Japanese Drums and Wires LP, then he scanned the front cover and the badass obi.

Stay tuned to this station for more information as it becomes available. November 28 I was looking at some scans from Graeme Wong See and I noticed that Rolling Stone completely changed their web site recently.

XTC no longer has an entry. November 19 The last two pictures from Gerhard Satke's recent contribution: November 11 Veteran contributor Augie Krater has provided the following: November 10 I'm still working through Gerhard Satke's contributions.

Now available are the following photos: I think he'll be taking over as web designer. All profits from the sale of this record will go directly to Tim Smith.

November 2 Adrian Warren was looking though some old music mags retrieved from his loft and came across this advert for Psonic Psunspot from Melody Maker , August 8th, Be the first on your block!

October 8 Patrick Bouchez wrote with some great news: October 1 October already! In that interview, Mr. Partridge made a list of his favorite XTC tracks.

Thanks to Chris Handy and Euron Griffith. July 22 Augie Krater did some shopping and scanning: Augie Krater found this cool promo pic of XTC.

Does anybody have a spare copy they can send me? June 10 Colin Moulding News: Colin plays beautifully as always - the part is a real Moulding work of art!

I don't know if I have my facts straight but might this be his first bass outing in about nine years? Either way, I know XTC fans certainly won't be disappointed with his playing and may rather enjoy my album into the bargain!

June 4 Fossil Fools move to The Rolleston: The fun starts at 8. May 15 Thierry Samzun wrote with some news from France: Four pages about xtc can be seen here.

May 2 Ricardo Juarez sent in a photo of a review of Nonsuch from the April issue of the Canadian music magazine Network.

Sentire Ascoltare reviews English Settlement. April 17 I'm doing some site maintenance. See what you will see. Give it a spin. This is Wiltshire puts the Spotlight on The Everyday Story of Smalltown: On Thursday, 15 April , April 3 Swindon on a Thin Wire: Thanks to Brian Damage.

The issue also included the lyrics. Thanks to Rob Hill. Augie Krater bought the Mayor of Simpleton cassette single and scanned its cover.

March 27 The only notes that count are the ones that come from Wilts: Check out these Smash Hits Reviews: March 23 Brian Damage is gradually putting up an issue of Smash Hits every fortnight, on the 30th anniversary of the original publication date.

The September , , issue features an advertisement for the limited edition Making Plans For Nigel game single. On the cover, you can see the musicians and a few record sleeves in the foreground.

Look carefully, and perhaps you will be able to identify one of their influences. The tribute band Nigels With Attitude have announced their next show!

Come see the best musicians of Atlanta perform the music of XTC! Thanks to Rob Leary. Augie Krater bought the Statue of Liberty single and scanned it.

Tributosaurus returns for two XTC tribute shows, so here's your chance to see and hear a reconstruction of XTC's unique production style in a live venue.

Don't miss them this time! February 12 Ape Loves Haiti: Ape Loves Haiti is a download-only compilation, all proceeds of which will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee , so please be generous.

There are a few surprises and exclusives, and beautiful artwork has been donated by Andrew Swainson. The album is offered through July, so buy early and buy often.

February 4 Augie Krater noticed that it'd been far too long since there was any news, so he did the obvious thing and bought the Japanese Making Plans for Nigel single, and scanned it, which was a bit tough due to the condition of the cover.

And then he scanned the back cover for good measure. Augie Krater presents this detail from the cover of Skylarking. Snipping, snipping, snipping goes the Scissor Man.

January 24 Augie Krater scanned and tweezed and huffed and puffed and was ultimately defeated by the cover of Skylarking. January 17 Leisure does XTC: They're going to reprise the show for public consumption next month.

Don't miss this show if you're anywhere near Cincinnati. Saturday, February 27, at 9: January 7 Mark Bignell clued us in to this Album Review: Augie Krater scanned and tweezed and cleaned up and perfected the front and back covers of the Wake Up single.

January 2 Orpheus in Orpheus: Orpheus , a new ballet by John Neumeier, is being performed this month at the Hamburg Ballet. He also notes that this is the first time any XTC song has made it to the list.

December 9 Jean Christophe Prunet sent in a pic of his ticket to see XTC at Le Palace, Paris, on the fateful night of 18 March when Andy Partridge stumbled off the stage, the victim of exhaustion, valium addiction and an uncaring music business machine, and three snapshots he took of the band performing: December 8 Fossil Fools at the Furnace: Thanks to Status Promotions!

December 7 Nonsuch reviewed: The Complete and Utter Dukes reviewed: Partridge is not Lightheaded: Years ago Andy Partridge worked with animator Mike Dacko on music for a short film called Lightheaded.

Dacko has more recently worked with Thievery Corporation and has decided not to use Mr. The film has gone on to win numerous awards.

November 24 eBay is always an interesting source of XTC memorabilia. Yesterday I found the following: I finally got around to transcribing it.

November 21 Bill Wikstrom sent in this Virgin U. Last April he scanned the review and finally I got around to transcribing it.

And Andy and I in some of the mummer suits that were still around at the time of Skylarking. I couldn't take one home no room in the suitcase so I asked for a photo instead!

November 8 Tin Spirits Play Stompbox: Stompbox , the UK's first dedicated effects pedal shoppe, is hosting a launch party on Wednesday 18th November at their shoppe located in Northwood, North West London.

There will also be a charity raffle to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Atlanta XTC tribute to play again: The show starts at 8: Thanks to Andisheh Nouraee.

October 25 More backlog from the collection of Bill Wikstrom: October 18 More backlog from the collection of Bill Wikstrom: Find the Silver Key: The Silver Key has been released and the treasure hunt has begun!

Dave Gregory plays on two tracks on the rather unusual album by The Weirdo Deluxe. All the clues needed to find it are hidden in this album.

Give thanks for his scans of the front and back covers. You won't be disappointed. I'm working through my backlog again: Go read it if you're so inclined and if you do, leave a kind comment in their not my comments area so they know that people actually read these things.

October 1 Psonic Psunspot reviewed: Stretch your fingers out, boys. September 9 Black Sea reviewed: September 6 Another round of scans from the collection of Bill Wikstrom has produced these lovelies: September 5 Skylarking images from the collection of Bill Wikstrom: The Wall Street Journal.

August 30 Bill Wikstrom has provided a pile of images that I am slowly digging myself out from under: August 23 More images from Bill Wikstrom: Picture yourself in a boat on a river that leads from 's jolly wonderland of English Psychedelia right up to the paisley lollipop of 's 25 O'Clock by the Dukes of Stratosphear.

DJ Robby will play an upsy-daisy assortment of classic English 60s psych that directly influenced the Dukes and a healthy bit of the Dukes as well!

August 9 Bill Wikstrom contributed more scans: August 8 Bill Wikstrom has been scanning his collection and contributing to Chalkhills: July 20 Find the Silver Key: Another review of those albums can be found at Psychedelic Sight.

July 13 Augie Krater scanned the photo from the Drums and Wires lyrics sheet. He ripped it and removed some hiss and has made it available for download.

Is there a higher quality download available elsewhere? If not, this one's for you. WCOM is an all-volunteer, non-profit, community-oriented radio station and a labor of love.

The show should appeal to both hardcore and new XTC fans. June 12 Augie Krater has provided this very nice scan of the original 25 O'Clock front cover.

I have the archive material and now looking for a suitable venue. I'm looking at making it a special event worthy of the group and fellow fans.

I feel well equipped to stage the event having the experience of organising the original set between 89 - Anyone interested please contact me at: Augie Krater has completed his final exams, so now he's back at work scanning and tweezing.

June 8 The Dukes of Stratosphear reissues reviewed: Talk About Pop Music. May 24 Augie Krater rescanned and cleaned up various pictures from the Coat of Many Cupboards book, including the band circa , Barry Andrews circa , and three live pictures circa a , b , c.

May 16 Augie Krater scanned and cleaned up the front and back of the Senses Working Overtime incher and re-did the Skylarking illustration. The Psonic Psunspot and 25 O'Clock reissues reviewed: This week's song, "Life Begins at the Hop," was released first as a single in the UK and included as the first track on the American release of 's Drums and Wires.

Seeking absolution for their sins they have gone back and remastered both 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot from the original analogue tapes.

Both albums are now available on CD, packaged in high-quality digibook sleeve with lyrics, photos and liner notes. And, lest we forget, the CDs also include many bonus tracks and demos.

May 7 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot reissues reviewed: May 6 Augie Krater has been keeping himself busy on these rainy days.

May 5 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot reissues reviewed: This time it's the band photo from the liner notes of White Music. August his name, not the adjective Krater recently furnished a few more scans: April 29 Absolute Iain and Andy: Thanks to Adrian Warren.

April 25 Ab Stammeshaus recently dug up the slides he shot at the Paradiso Amsterdam concert. August Augie recently finished two more scans: April 24 Per Aronsson notes that the reviews of the Dukes reissues are pouring in: Also, read this and weep: Examples of his work include these lovely images: April 2 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot reviewed: A commercial free, corporate free, listener-sponsored radio station.

Audience participation is greatly encouraged as there will only be room for about 30 tunes from their long and illustrious career. You can send your requests to: March 14 Bill Wikstrom sent in improved images of the front and back covers of the 3D Single.

Brent Dougans pointed out this lovely photogallery: February 21 Tributosaurus becomes XTC -- again!

February 1 Thanks to Derek Joyce for his donation. January 23 Reissued Reissues: Benjamin Lukoff wrote to point out that the recent issue of Mojo mentioned expanded two-disc reissues of English Settlement , Skylarking , Oranges and Lemons , 25 O'Clock , Psonic Psunspot , and more, will be released during Colin Moulding, in his Rundgren Radio interview, also mentioned that some additional recording has been done and some previously unfinished and unreleased tracks may also see the light of day as part of this round of reissues.

Let's hope they don't bungle the mastering again. January 5 If you sent me a message concerning Chuck Sabo, it got marked as spam and I emptied my spam folder before I realized it wasn't spam at all.

Please resend your message. Let's hope Todd recovers quickly. Jim has been asked to play the song at the ceremony and he says that Andy has accepted the invitation and will be there at the event.

It happens on February the 2nd in London and will be broadcast on Radio 2 on February 4th. Well, you may find this hard to believe but December 7th, , at 2pm ET.

Just like before with Andy and Dave, listeners are welcome to call in and ask questions! What's interesting is that it's Colin Moulding doing the talking!

November 22 Toby Howard recently took delivery of Mellotron: Andy Partridge has given his thumbs up to the project. Instead, it's a sampler of sorts, containing parts of songs which may or may not appear on a full-length release at some unspecified time in the future.

The EP is not available in stores, but it may or may not be available if you ask Stuart Rowe nicely. Snippets are also available for streaming. Club includes a personal view of the music of XTC.

October 23 Monstrance reviewed: September 28 Things are quiet. Here's an extract from the film.

The view into Andy's creative process is very interesting and of course he's very funny when not completely annoying and Dave has the best memory of anybody in pop.

Lighterthief , with multi-talented Stuart Rowe lightly holding the reins, has a new track available. This may or may not be a track from the forthcoming long-player entitled Stutter Drop.

So give 'er a virtual spin now. So now it's a podcast instead. August 4 Debie Edmonds wrote recently to let us know that although Guitargonauts disappeared off the radar it's not dead.

In fact, Guitargonauts has been reborn at www. July 30 Photographer C. Vanaria spent years shooting bands for various Boston fanzines, and has now published a book entitled The Boston Years: The Music Scene in Photographs The book collects about 80 of her photographs, and is somewhere between a total DIY effort and a professionally put together project.

It includes many photographs that have not been included in previous gallery shows of this body of work. Many bands are featured but of course one of them is XTC.

More details available at http: Not the world's longest piss. June 13 David Roberts send in two photos: May 31 Paul Jenner wrote to say that his short-lived yet infamous magazine Sudden Apathy is now online.

May 24 Thierry Samzun points out this French article: Definitely seek it out. Spill all you know. May 11 Visit Ir r egular Miniatures Ltd and check out their amazing range of toy soldiers and other unpainted cast metal figures, some designed by Andy Partridge e.

May 9 Spastic Minnow says: P is far more productive and motivated than that! In fact, he's been in the studio with playboy millionaire Stuart Rowe, multi-instrumentalist and engineer extraordinaire he twiddled the knobs on Monstrance , among many other things , working on a track for the upcoming Lighterthief album, Stutter Drop.

Add it to your player. April 24 Richard Farrell caricatured Black Sea -era Andy Partridge in his original pen and ink drawing that he sent in today.

A good time was had by all. April 10 David Veitch just self-published his May interview with Colin Moulding which was previously available exclusively on Chalkhills.

April 9 The ubiquitous Mr. Mack pointed out this entry in Mike Keneally 's blog entry for April 2, Andy Partridge and I have re-engaged on our project which was started four years ago now, sheesh.

This year we're going to actually finish the songs we started writing together, I hope, I hope. Tim Coles sent in a snap of an up market Japanese boutique in the Rappongi district, Tokyo.

March 14 Mark Budgen wrote to say that the Looking For Footprints pic sleeve was something he made for himself. So, it's not legit. But it's still cool.

Partridge is also working on a post-XTC solo album! Thanks to Wes Long. Thanks to Deb and Todd. March 2 Aceofwands does requests!

Do you think it's legit? February 19 Tributosaurus becomes XTC: David Veitch found an old unpublished interview with Colin Moulding from May , it's now exclusively available for the first time from Chalkhills.

Until today, when I received a message from long-time Chalkhills subscriber Ed Daranciang. February 3 XTC Fans: The Dukes of Draught: At long last, The Dukes of Simpleton have booked another show!

The Dukes of Simpleton are a tribute band dedicated to bringing you the music of XTC, performed live. January 31 Andy and Todd Talk Radio: January 24 Kay Stracey tells us to go Ask Andy.

January 20 Aceofwands strikes again: See if you can find the pot of gold. January 13 Dave Gregory remembers the song for last week: January 12 Per Aronsson contributed three new pics: Mack sent in scans from the December issue of Monkees Monthly including the cover and a caricature of Mickey Dolenz by young Andrew Partridge.

December 21 Apple Venus Vol. December 17 More sounds from the anonymous Aceofwands: More sounds from the anonymous Sgt.

Oh, and Happy Dec! December 7 Dave Mallow notes: Interesting to hear a current take on the oft-discussed Skylarking sessions.

The latter also comes with a podcast featuring an interview with Andy Partridge: November 17 I have attempted to compile an exhaustive XTC covers list.

If you have corrections or other additional information, please let me know. November 12 Monstrance reviewed: Help spread the word!

Download your copy today! October 31 Everything New is Old Again: Work continues apace on 11 Modern Antiquities , the forthcoming album from Pugwash.

Well, September 29 has come and gone. October 4 Pour a Glass of Fine Wires: October 3 Autumn's here and the time is right for dishing up a treat: September 15 Fossil Fuel reviewed: September 10 Pitchfork reviews Apple Box.

Some B-Sides , Waxworks: August 14 Monstrance reviewed: The Shebeats and The Fuzzy Warblers are scheduled to appear. The SundayDogs unfortunately will not be able to perform.

Yes, you heard it right, Martyn, Barry and Andy will wield their musical tools in the studio for a session of improvised sound.

The show starts at July 10 Chalkhills is moving to a new system Ubuntu Feisty and it might be a few days before mail delivery is configured and the next issue of Chalkhills goes out.

Orpheus — The Lowdown reviewed: June 29 Ricardo Juarez sent in three nanopictures inspired by the trace of a wet bag of tea and XTC songs: PopMatters thanks to Tyler Hewitt.

June 14 Jeff Truzzi has charted two more songs: June 11 And I quote: Part of an ongoing series of interviews by Todd Bernhardt with Andy Partridge about the songs we feature each week on MySpace.

Kathleen Davis writes to say that there will be a mini southern California XTC gathering starting at 6: Please write Kathleen for more details.

Mack transcribed this review of Monstrance from the recent issue of Goldmine. English Settlement is reviewed by Ben Gott for Blogcritics.

In which issue does this article appear? Thanks to Marie Omnibus and J. May 9 Monstrance reviewed: May 3 Marie Omnibus points you to two new zoo reviews of Monstrance: May 2 Unfortunately, the last Dukes Of Simpleton gig was cancelled at the last minute due to inclement weather outdoor venue.

The good news is that they have a new date at the same club. They'll be playing from 9. As previously announced , they've got five new songs and a new drummer who really leans into those Terry Chambers parts.

They've even got good stock of Dukes T-shirts which they'll be selling at the show. Thanks to Chris Vreeland. April 27 Monstrance reviewed: I wish I'd written all his songs!

Help ride the song. Jeff Truzzi charts again: April 13 Monstrance reviewed: March 31 Monstrance reviewed: The American market, that is.

March 30 Monstrance reviewed: March 29 Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album reviewed: The Orange County Register. Apple Venus Vol 1 reviewed: March 26 Monstrance reviewed: March 19 Apple Box reviewed: Dukes Have Another Gig: They've got five new songs and a new drummer!

March 16 From the collection of Mark Byron: Gerry Eng shares a letter from Andy Partridge. Help spread the song. February 7 Per Aronsson is keeping me busy, sending in photos at an alarming rate: He sent in corrections today.

Total Music Magazine has published this interview with Andy Partridge. January 16 Fuzzy Warbles Vol. Only his hairdresser knows for sure.

January 12 Jeff Truzzi, reporting for duty: January 9 Monstrance Mix-Mastered: Check the Ape site for more details on the track listing , free downloads, podcasts, blogs , etc.

December 27 Coat of Many Cupboards reviewed: Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Box Set reviewed: December 26 According to MP3. Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album reviewed and recommended: Fuzzy Warbles Collectors Album reviewed: Runout and Groove to Apple Vinyls: Apple Vinyls , the Special Collector's Edition box set of 13 vinyl 7-inch singles with special sleeves, is now available from Idea Records.

The box set includes all the tracks from Apple Venus Vol. There will also be a video preview from Monstrance ; a download single will be released early in , the album is expected in April.

More audio and video podcasts will follow. Oh, yes, there will also be some sort of blog thing. December 6 Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album reviewed: The New York Times.

All proceeds from sales of the single go to Brainwave , the Irish Epilepsy Association. We'd like Dave to get a Number One, and we reckon we can get this CD into the charts if enough people buy it the weekend of December 8th.

And, even if you purchase this song as a digital download it will still count toward the chart position! So buy it now, either as a digital download or as an honest-to-goodness CD single!

Let's go all the way! It's in the freezer and I dunno if it'll ever come out again. Colin [Moulding] phoned me recently and said he wasn't interested in music any more, and it wouldn't be XTC without him.

There was a server problem, but it seems to be fixed now. Thank you for your patience. The latest news from the Ape House: Several numbers from the Fuzzy Warbles series are played with Andy and Stuart shooting the breeze in between.

The show will be broadcast on 19th November at GMT. October 22 Free downloads available! Fuzzy Warbles Collector's Album reviewed: October 9 Scott Thill let us know about this interview with Andy Partridge: Billboard is not so sure.

The two collections are scheduled to be released on 25 September in the U. At least, that's what Amazon. It appears that the two volumes may be released in August in other countries.

We have no word as of yet of a Japanese release. July 13 More mixed news from The Ape House: He's started to play again but says he feels like a beginner at the moment.

The bad news is that an accident during mixing the forthcoming improv album, has left Andy with damaged hearing and very bad tinnitus.

This is a crippling condition where a constant loud whistling is heard inside the head. He is currently undergoing hyperbaric oxygen treatment which can be beneficial in many cases.

Lets all keep our fingers crossed. This unusual and thrilling 2 disc set, called Monstrance , will be released in the autumn. Painstakingly put together by the two Andys, the box emulates its CD sibling with the varnished peacock design.

Each box contains 13 x 7 inch singles, each in its own unique sleeve. June 30 Per Aronsson is busy once again: Some Singles , and Skylarking.

May 28 Apple Venus reviewed: May 25 Apple Venus Volume 1 reviewed: Can be listened to on demand with an extra hour added! Their website recently received a full makeover.

May 22 Oranges and Lemons reviewed: They will be doing two full sets this time, featuring five new songs! May 12 Apple Box reviewed: May 10 Apple Box reviewed: Awaken You Dreamers , for a pint or two in D.

Mack sent in a cool Nonsvch -styled advert from a issue of Alternative Press. Loads of other features, too! Thanks to Erik Anderson.

April 17 Return to the Dark Side of the Moon: The tribute album will be released on May April 12 Ape House Records claims: Andy has deliberately left some of the best tracks till last.

The artwork is nearing completion by Andrew at Cactus Design, the covers are done and we are on the final tweaks, so they will be ready for release in the Summer.

These two volumes will complete the. April 9 Bill Wikstrom sent in some more artwork: News from the Ape House. The three have been playing live in Swindon's Headroom Studio and over three sessions have amassed about 8 hours of material.

Andy has unfortunately damaged his left hand. He has broken the tendon supporting his left ring finger and won't be able to go anywhere near a guitar for over 8 weeks.

Then the splint will be removed and he will start physio to recover as much use of the finger as possible. According to Andy it's the one that does the majority of the work on the fretboard.

March 24 Todd Bernhardt interviewed Andy Partridge recently. March 22 Drums and Wires reviewed: In the near future Erica will be releasing an album of original songs, and this video could help to drum up a nice little buzz about her.

February 24 Bill Wikstrom, too busy for his pants, found these lovely pics: February 15 Latest news from Idea and Ape House: Let's hope these efforts don't go the way of the ill-fated collaboration with Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

They will be mastered by Metropolis maestro Ian Cooper in a few days. There will be a special box set offered containing all eight volumes.

January 19 Apple Box reviewed: Coat of Many Colours reviewed: January 15 Time for another Dukes of Simpleton show: Well, here they go again, with a few new songs this time, from 8: Give it a listen.

Also in the same rag: January 11 Wasp Star reviewed: January 10 Coat of Many Cupboards reviewed: The last song is being mixed as we speak or write and we are quite excited about this one.

The album will also include a co-write with U. The Nines will be mastering the album right away October. January 3 Apple Box reviewed: Orpheus - The Lowdown reviewed: January 1 Apple Box reviewed: Philip Brands sent in a few lovely pics: In a previous digest someone expressed surprise that Andy would write a Christmas song.

He explained that it is good to celebrate the end of another year for whatever reason. The album will hopefully be released in early And check out what's in front of Dave Gregory in the photo.

December 18 In order to better bring you all the news that fits in print, Chalkhills has for some time now been bringing you RSS news feeds. I assume there'd be another 5 weeks to go, then Each track is accompanied by liner notes and lyrics.

An enjoyable listen all around, especially while at work. Coat of Many Cupboards reviewed: November 22 Apple Box reviewed: Peruse this Apple Box media kit from Toolshed.

November 15 Apple Box is reviewed in the latest issues of Q and Mojo. Anybody care to transcribe the reviews or send me a scan?

November 9 Yorkshire Tony writes: His show is normally He did the paintjobs with the help of the Chalkhills Archives. See the Flying Circus , the squadron , from below , and other shots.

October 9 Apparently the 1st two Judee Sill albums are getting a US CD release — at a more reasonable price than the recent Rhino Handmade editions, but without the lavish packaging or bonus tracks — on November 1.

Thanks to Robin Heath. October 7 My apologies for the lengthy Chalkhills downtime. I still don't know why it's back online. They'll be doing a wide variety of songs, from Black Sea forward, including several acoustic songs, and some selections which should genuinely surprise nearly everyone.

A white matte slipcase completes the look. Inside, each CD is packaged in its own paperboard wallet with new artwork and a page book contains the lyrics to all the songs.

August 28 Christer Liljegren has been at it again. Andy Partridge plays and sings in public: Have you visited Phrygian?

July 18 Jeffrey Fariello him again?! July 7 Buhdge reviews Fuzzy Warbles Vols. September 30 through October 2, Because we like you.

Martin Newell and X-sTatiC will appear. We hope you will appear, too. The show airs from pm. He plays all the instruments.

Chips from the Chocolate Fireball reviewed: Il Paradiso di Cassiel. May 24 Apple Venus Vol. Pop Goes the Culture! May 22 Did you see the ikamono?

This'll be the first of two planned summer gigs, the other being somewhere more exotic, possibly Manchester. Then, of course, they'll be playing at The Meeting Place in Swindon on the weekend of 30th September to 2nd October.

You'll all be going won't you? Of course you will. Come on out and revel in the Xtc-ness of it all. They'll tackle some new ones as well as resurrect some old.

Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA, In addition, as part of International Pop Overthrow a pop festival in L. April 12 Apple Venus Volume 1 reviewed: Jeff Partyka's Mega-Music Page.

This retrospective of two decades of work includes River of Orchids , a whimsical solo set in a psychedelic swamp of giant vinyl lily pads, with music by XTC who have generously donated 10 box sets to the NETRO raffle!

Arguably XTC's best work, the two faces of the same coin are now properly reunited. You even get all the home demo recordings as well, all in a 4-CD boxed set.

Esistono testi scritti in rosso o addirittura in oro, e diversi colori venivano utilizzati per le miniature.

A volte la pergamena era tutta di colore viola e il testo vi era scritto in oro o argento per esempio, il Codex Argenteus. Per tutto l'Alto Medioevo i libri furono copiati prevalentemente nei monasteri, uno alla volta.

Il sistema venne gestito da corporazioni laiche di cartolai , che produssero sia materiale religioso che profano [28]. Nelle prime biblioteche pubbliche i libri venivano spesso incatenati ad una libreria o scrivania per impedirne il furto.

Questi libri furono chiamati libri catenati. Vedi illustrazione a margine. L' ebraismo ha mantenuto in vita l'arte dello scriba fino ad oggi.

Anche gli arabi produssero e rilegarono libri durante il periodo medievale islamico , sviluppando tecniche avanzate di calligrafia araba , miniatura e legatoria.

Col metodo di controllo, solo "gli autori potevano autorizzare le copie, e questo veniva fatto in riunioni pubbliche, in cui il copista leggeva il testo ad alta voce in presenza dell'autore, il quale poi la certificava come precisa".

In xilografia , un'immagine a bassorilievo di una pagina intera veniva intarsiata su tavolette di legno, inchiostrata e usata per stampare le copie di quella pagina.

Questo metodo ebbe origine in Cina , durante la Dinastia Han prima del a. I monaci o altri che le scrivevano, venivano pagati profumatamente.

I primi libri stampati, i singoli fogli e le immagini che furono creati prima del in Europa, sono noti come incunaboli.

Folio 14 recto del Vergilius romanus che contiene un ritratto dell'autore Virgilio. Da notare la libreria capsa , il leggio ed il testo scritto senza spazi in capitale rustica.

Leggio con libri catenati , Biblioteca Malatestiana di Cesena. Incunabolo del XV secolo. Si noti la copertina lavorata, le borchie d'angolo e i morsetti.

Insegnamenti scelti di saggi buddisti , il primo libro stampato con caratteri metallici mobili, Le macchine da stampa a vapore diventarono popolari nel XIX secolo.

Queste macchine potevano stampare 1. Le macchine tipografiche monotipo e linotipo furono introdotte verso la fine del XIX secolo. Nel [34] nasce il Progetto Gutenberg , lanciato da Michael S.

Hart , la prima biblioteca di versioni elettroniche liberamente riproducibili di libri stampati. I libri a stampa sono prodotti stampando ciascuna imposizione tipografica su un foglio di carta.

Le varie segnature vengono rilegate per ottenere il volume. L'apertura delle pagine, specialmente nelle edizioni in brossura , era di solito lasciata al lettore fino agli anni sessanta del XX secolo , mentre ora le segnature vengono rifilate direttamente dalla tipografia.

Nei libri antichi il formato dipende dal numero di piegature che il foglio subisce e, quindi, dal numero di carte e pagine stampate sul foglio.

Le "carte di guardia", o risguardi, o sguardie, sono le carte di apertura e chiusura del libro vero e proprio, che collegano materialmente il corpo del libro alla coperta o legatura.

Non facendo parte delle segnature , non sono mai contati come pagine. Si chiama "controguardia" la carta che viene incollata su ciascun "contropiatto" la parte interna del "piatto" della coperta, permettendone il definitivo ancoraggio.

In origine era costituito dalla firma del copista o dello scriba, e riportava data, luogo e autore del testo; in seguito fu la formula conclusiva dei libri stampati nel XV e XVI secolo che conteneva, spesso in inchiostro rosso, il nome dello stampatore, luogo e data di stampa e l'insegna dell'editore.

Usata raramente fino a tutto il Settecento quando solitamente l'editore vendeva i libri slegati o applicava una semplice copertina di protezione, che veniva poi gettata dal legatore divenne molto popolare a partire dai primi anni dell' Ottocento , forse su impulso degli stampatori Brasseur di Parigi [38].

Nel libro antico poteva essere rivestita di svariati materiali: Poteva essere decorata con impressioni a secco o dorature. Ciascuno dei due cartoni che costituiscono la copertina viene chiamato piatto.

Nel XIX secolo la coperta acquista una prevalente funzione promozionale. Ha caratterizzato a lungo l'editoria per l'infanzia e oggi, ricoperto da una "sovraccoperta", costituisce il tratto caratteristico delle edizioni maggiori.

Le "alette" o "bandelle" comunemente dette "risvolti di copertina" sono le piegature interne della copertina o della sovraccoperta vedi infra.

Generalmente vengono utilizzate per una succinta introduzione al testo e per notizie biografiche essenziali sull'autore. Di norma, riporta le indicazioni di titolo e autore.

I libri con copertina cartonata in genere sono rivestiti da una "sovraccoperta". I tagli possono essere al naturale, decorati o colorati in vario modo.

In questi ultimi casi, si parla di "taglio colore", nel passato usati per distinguere i libri religiosi o di valore dalla restante produzione editoriale, utilizzando una spugna imbevuta di inchiostri all' anilina anni del XX secolo [39].

Dalla fine degli anni novanta vengono svolti in labbratura con colori a base d'acqua. Riporta solitamente titolo, autore, e editore del libro.

Sovente riporta un motto. Assente nel libro antico. I primi incunaboli e manoscritti non avevano il frontespizio, ma si aprivano con una carta bianca con funzione protettiva.

Nel XVII secolo cede la parte decorativa all' antiporta e vi compaiono le indicazioni di carattere pubblicitario riferite all'editore, un tempo riservate al colophon.

In epoca moderna, le illustrazioni e parte delle informazioni si sono trasferite sulla copertina o sulla sovraccoperta e altre informazioni nel verso del frontespizio.

I nervi possono essere lasciati a vista e messi in evidenza attraverso la "staffilatura" , oppure nascosti in modo da ottenere un dorso liscio.

Nel libro moderno i nervi sono di norma finti, apposti per imitare l'estetica del libro antico e conferire importanza al libro. Se esse fanno parte integrante del testo sono chiamate illustrazioni.

Esse hanno una numerazione di pagina distinta da quella del testo; vengono impresse su una carta speciale, quasi sempre una carta patinata [41].

Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Disambiguazione — Se stai cercando altri significati, vedi Libro disambigua. Pagina del Codex Argenteus.

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History and Technique of an Ancient Craft New ed. Dover Publications , p. Cambridge University Press , pp. Solo codici venivano usati dai cristiani per far copie delle Sacre Scritture e anche per altri scritti religiosi.

Gli undici codici biblici di questo periodo sei con la Septuaginta e cinque con parti del Nuovo Testamento sono su codici. Ritrovamenti del III secolo: Willis su Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies , p.

Scribes, Script and Books , pp. Saint Benedict and His Monks. Staples Press Ltd , pp. Latin Palaeography , pp.

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