Chris - 08/23/99 23:14:16
My Email:gnomie@ix.netcom.com

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Nothing worthwhile to share. Everything pointless...

But I just HAD to scream I'M AMPED! Truly can't wait to the new stuff. Your posts, David, make it seem like we, the fans, are part of something incredibly special. Oh wait--we are. But I hope y'all know what I mean!

And yes, Dan, I'm a-hoping one of the checks mentioned above is the one I sent a couple weeks back. Just in case you got to wonderin'.

The goosebumps are rising...

- 08/22/99 06:37:31

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Yet another update on this compilation... As we got into putting all this stuff together- getting eq, compression, levels, etc (Neve 8028, Fairchild, Pultec, for the techs among you) all together for this set, my first feelings were of simple anxiety. So any different recording mediums, musicians, engineers, styles of music, states of mind- it just seemed ungovernable. But tonight, I'm listening to the last assembly of all 28 songs for final glass on the thing... And I'm so fucking proud of how it holds together. This record is a slice of life, and how. I thank you, all of you who signed onto this page, and made my mom proud, and inspired me to put this thing together. Please be patient, all of you who've sent checks. I know I'm taking a long time. I just want to make these first ones nice. I swear you won't be disappointed. Thank you, David Baerwald


Peter Thompson - 08/17/99 18:08:59
My Email:jimthompson@mediaone.net

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While we anxiously await the generous gift from DB I have a few DB related tidbits, comments and questions. 1. The New Book of Rock Lists by Dave Marsh lists DB as 1 of the 100 artists on Greil Marcus' list of the "New Dylan". 2. Does anyone share my view that A+M Records is great at recognizing talent and then they drop the ball on the promotion end? In addition to DB, I feel they never adequately got behind Garland Jeffreys and Paul Kelly and The Messengers. Just one man's opinion. 3. I thought Triage married the politics of The Clash with the uproarious style of Captain Beefheart? Speaking of Triage, I can't remember a more satisfying dedication than the middle finger salute to all those dead and dying cold warriors.4. Now if I may step off my soap box before I fall off, I have a few questions. Does anyone know what songs DB performed on the King Biscuit Flower Hour show? Does anyone have a copy and a willingness to sell it? Similarly, anyone want to sell copies of any DB video? Just wondering. One final question, and this is for Dave's mom, Mrs. B, is that you with your husband on his website?

karen - 08/17/99 05:40:15
My Email:blackhillssoul@hotmail.com

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Yeah! What margaret said. Well, except for the psychic thing and the La Vida Loca thing. Oh, and I guess my eyes would be caffeinated. But my check is on the way so save one for me too. K

margaret - 08/16/99 13:44:05
My Email:mfarley@wwnorton.com

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Weird Psychic Thing?: Just had a dream last night that I was at a DB concert, and so I pop over to this site for the first time in a year or so to see if there's anything going on, and what do my decaffeinated eyes see but this fab CD opportunity. (And th nk God for that, because I've got that damn "Livin' La Vida Loca" stuck in my head.) Check and envelope are on their way--save me a copy.

David Baerwald - 08/16/99 03:09:40

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Hi everybody. Here's an update on this collection of songs. It's called "A Fine Mess", has 25 songs on it, and is being assembled even as I speak, downstairs in the control room by my friend and assistant, Jesse Fishman. Jeff Wells is here with some art that he's putting together... In other words, we're working on it. We're doing a numbered run of 10 to start. Thanks again for your patience, and I'm sorry it's taking so long. This stuff always seems easier to do than it is. I'll try to limit my blithe promises in the future to things that are already ready to go. yours, David Baerwald

Dan Lindley - 08/13/99 19:34:13
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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Eugene, No soundtrack is available for The Crossing Guard but it will be shown Aug 27 on Encore. Go for the Hurly Burly Sountrack if you haven't already.

Eugene Benjamin - 08/13/99 16:16:41
My Email:benjamin.e@martinsburg.va.gov

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Hi David, I have really enjoyed this site! Great to learn that there is new music, and I can't wait to hear it. My first DB record was a vinyl 45rpm of Boomtown, and I've been hooked ever since. I fortunately got Bedtime Stories and Triage just as soon as they came out. It's always fascinating to me to find out where a writer gets his/her ideas, so the intros here were intriguing.The songs always have a strong visual imagery for me, beyond the musical and lyrical content. Working here at a VA hospital, "Stranger" al ays strikes a certain chord. Are any of the DB songs from "Crossing Guard" movie available? I don't know if there's a soundtrack?? Bye for now.

david baerwald - 08/04/99 03:48:55
My Email:baerwald@mediaone.net

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Dear Kind People, I confess to being a bit unprepared for your kind response to my mother's posting, and hadnt done the necessary duplicating. But rest assured that I'm working on it, and they'll be in the mail in about ten days or so, if the creek don't rise. The CDs will contain somewhere between 18 and 25 songs on them, with lots of collaboration with my favorite American songwriter, Will Sexton and myself. Thanks for your generosity and your patience. Yours, David Baerwald

byrdmac@prodigy.net - 08/02/99 02:14:40

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I am a huge fan of David's album BEDTIME STORIES. I bought it when I was about sixteen, and listened one whole summer. My job was to drive to various gas stations all across the state of Kentucky. While I was doing this, I always listened and sang along to the tape. I am 27 now, and I honestly don't know how i connected so deeply to those intimate, complex and dark vignettes. But i did. I also think it didn't hurt that i could sing in somewhere near David's key. For some reason, i left that tape in my car in kentucky, and when i would come home from new york to kentucky, i drove that car, and the tape was always in the tape deck. So , once a year, usually around xmas, i would be treated to the pleasures of BEDTIME STORIES. Last year, when i went home for a week in the summer, i found BEDTIME STORIES melted in the backseat of the car. Since then , I have been trying to find a copy all around new york, but have had no luck. I didn't follow david's career. I remember the only reason i bought the tape was i read a glowing review in rolling stone, and i bought whatever got a glowing review back then. i can't wait to get my hands on a copy of TRIAGE. does anyone know where i can find copies of these albums? It was such a pleasure running across this site and seeing that other people think this guy rocks. I thought i was the only moody teenager who co

John - 08/02/99 01:34:15
My Email:basbas16@hotmail.com

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Thank you muchly for the recorded intros. Very illuminating and entertaining, not to mention reassuring.

Ian Atkins - 07/31/99 22:51:23
My Email:i.atkins@virgin.net

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Hi all, The recent e-mail clued me in that things were happening at this site again - and it enabled me to discover the feedback was more than just an "e-mail the author" kind of thing. Didn't realise it was a message board - nice one, Dan. Looking forwards to the new material, and as a London guy, waiting to hear what is to be done with foreign sales. Quick question for David or the group - I have been into D&D since hearing Welcome To The Boomtown on pirate station Laser 558 in the mid-80s (they loved that track!) and when I was discussing them with a work colleague, he claimed that they had supported some act in Britain around that time. Anyone know if this was the case, and if so, who was the band? Okay, as contributions go it's pretty weak. So I'll just hello to all, and send best wishes! Oh, and David, if you're ever in London, I owe you drinks for all the great hours I've had with your music. And Dan - I owe you a drink too for the audio samples of David discussing his work - I love hearing what was in a singer's mind at the time of writing. There's been a similar approach at the Counting Crows site, and I can't get enough of it. Bye all, Ian Atkins

Pat Hanlon - 07/29/99 14:15:17
My Email:Patrickhhanlon@yahoo.com

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Just had this little voice suddenly telling me, "Check the Baerwald site... Check the Baerwald site..." A fine example of synchronicity. If I kick in enough postage would that be fine? Enough questions, right Dan? Thanks, been a long time.

karen - 07/27/99 02:03:14
My Email:blackhillssoul@hotmail.com

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Can't wait for the new music. Is a check ok or is a money order required? Thanks K

Dan - 07/26/99 22:37:40
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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I know there are probably many questions as to the newly announced offer from David. The one most pressing that comes to mind involves foreign (non-US) orders. I am checking in to this and will post the answer as soon as I know. My advice right now wou d be to hold off from sending money unless you live in the US. Things will get worked out and everyone who wants to will get to hear this new stuff.

- 07/26/99 16:35:08

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I'd be into some new soundz for $20. I assume, however, that you'll be looking for U.S. funds, and I'm from the good ol' U. S. of Canada. Will a money order or a cheque sit in good standing with the recipients? Please advise...

- 07/23/99 07:09:58

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Justin Hempleman - 07/22/99 06:22:39
My Email:jay.hempleman@raadhus.silkeborg.dk

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Hey great news about the new songs. But what about us overseas fans ? Because 20$ won't cover the postage etc. to e.g. Denmark, can we get some more info on how to tackle this problem. What about on-line ordering. But anyway this has just got to be the be t news ever. But I'm still looking forward to a new album. Thanks for everything David. All the best. Justin Hempleman

Chris - 07/17/99 05:16:47
My Email:gnomie@ix.netcom.com

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Wow! Talk about an offer you can't refuse.

Thanks much, Mrs. Baerwald for the info, and David for the opportunity to hear some new songs.

I haven't been this excited to hear new music since... well, since the last few seconds of my first listen of "Triage" faded.

Dan, how about letting me pick up the tab for your copy? As a measure of thanks for all of your hard work on this site...

Diane Baerwald - 07/16/99 23:16:45
My Email:cjpdab@flash.net

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Hi Fans, Peter Thompson's comment was right on. David had already told me that I could write to you all and tell you that if you would like some new songs, he has about 18 unpublished songs, masters, he will send you. Just send a self-addressed manilla envelope and $20 to: The Palindrome Recorder, 41 Market Street, Venice, CA 90291, and he will make a copy and send it to you. Bill Bottrell will be coming to L.A. in September, and I imagine that when those two (David and Bill) are together, an album will be forthcoming. Meanwhile, the masters might interest you. Thanks for being there. David's Mom

Chris - 07/15/99 18:35:25
My Email:gnomie@ix.netcom.com

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Haven't popped in for a bit... Nice to see the site is still alive and well. I've got nothing to share (sorry), but I do have a question that's been under my skin for a spell. Here goes: There's a curious piece of art on the "back" of the j-card to the cassette release of "Triage" (it's the one with the male and female drawings and other odd markings). Anyone have an idea as to what it might be? And to keep on rambling... Don't know about the rest of you, but "Born for Love" cuts me to the bone. Goddamn, what an incredible song. The RealAudio clip found on this site, of David discussing the song, furthers my respect for his haunting, poetic lyrics. At the risk of sounding trite, or like the next overly emotional and blatantly fake guest on "The [insert any trivial tv talk program here] Show," the second verse has always provoked a lot of thought for me, not to mention helped me put a more thorough p rspective on life. A great, great song...

Dan - 07/15/99 03:53:54
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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I'll second the motion, Peter...but I'm not so sure about the shower tunes. Tough to get the guitar in. Diane posted a note a few months back (August '98) about David making some progress on a new CD. It would be great to get an update.

Peter Thompson - 07/12/99 02:19:07
My Email:Allie55415

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Is anyone out there? OK, then I'll get things going. This is to DB. If you're between record deals and you have demos, live stuff, songs from your shower, how about setting up a mail order club for the hard core fans. Tom Robinson, formerly of Tom Robinso Band, Sector 27, solo has been doing this for years. Each year, for about 17 english pounds, don't ask me for the conversion rate, I get a CD of outtakes, live stuff, shower songs etc. and he gets a cash infusion. It also entitles me to a free concert (i Belgium of all places). I don't go as I have a wife and 3 year old, and I'm in New Hampshire, but hey he's creative. What do you say DB? Message to Dave's mom: What do you think Mrs. B? Was he this way when it came to homework, cutting the lawn, etc? Any ay, I'm rambling here but I thought I'd get my two cents in. What do my fellow DB devotees think.

karen - 07/10/99 07:54:31
My Email:blackhillssoul@hotmail.com

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The Rolling Stones article yall are looking for is from the September 6, 1990 issue. I still have a copy. Also, the Time article is from the July 16, 1990 issue. It seems we all have the same wish. sigh. more music. But hell, David, thanks for the s uff so far. K

Todd Meyers - 06/30/99 19:22:59

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Why don't you update your front page? Last time I checked it was 1999. Love the sight, keep up the good work, glad to have a place to visit for all the db info on the web, Love the a

reuven bardach - 06/27/99 14:01:33
My Email:maagalot@inter.net.il

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Hi I am looking for more information about Sensible shoes:tracklist, line up , reviews etc. Thanks reuven

Dan - 06/24/99 21:39:04
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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There was a Rolling Stone article a while back that had a brief bio/history of DB. If I remember correctly (and I'll try to dig that article up) DB was born in Ohio. I'm pretty sure that was it...I'll look for that and post the answer.

David Bau - 06/21/99 22:22:27
My Email:dbau@consultis.com

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What is David Baerwald's Minnesota and North Dakota connection? When I saw David in concert (in Minneapolis) around the time of Triage, he said that China Lake was Lake Lida, from around Detroit Lakes MN. I grew up in Fargo, and someone was trying to t ll me that David went to Fargo South High school. However, David is featured in a chapter of a new music book and he is supposed to be a california native. Does anyone have any interesting info on the MN connection?

Dan - 06/10/99 03:20:56
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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I had a look at the All Music Guide...I think the inclusion of 'A Song for You' is a typo. The credits are to David Phillips and David Whitson, hence David and David, I guess. I wouldn't risk it. I've never been a big Bangles fan, but I did buy the Sus nna Hoffs CD recently, mostly due to DB's involvement. I'm really glad I did. Nice production and begs repeated listening. Worth cheking out while we wait for David's next.

Jeff Greer - 06/04/99 16:03:32
My Email:wgreer@web-access.net

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Thank You for the info! A big David + David Fan!

Dan - 05/28/99 23:08:05
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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mmm...A Song For You huh?....I have never heard of that. Did you say you got that from the All Music Guide. Is that online or a book? Wouldn't that be awesome if there's a whole album of D&D out there just waiting to be released.... On Another note...I an more than likely going to change the location of this site...the pop-ups drive me nuts. I'll post the new addy here when it happens.

Jeff Neagle - 05/27/99 09:11:50
My Email:jneagle@kih.net

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Hello! I just found the site and I'm glad to see that there are other people who are fans of DB and D+D. I've been listening since Boomtown came out and I still listen to that cd at least once a month, not to mention the solo stuff. But I have a question. On the All-Music Guide, it lists an album by David & David called A Song For You. It has 10 tracks, that writing credits are listed to Phillips/Whitson for the most part. But in the bio for the group, it says Boomtown was their only release. Anyone know w at's up with this? Ever heard of it? Please help!

Peter Thompson - 05/21/99 19:18:36
My Email:Allie55415@aol.com

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Living in New Hampshire, there are more presidential candidates running around than there are DB fans. In fact, I've never met another DB fan. Anyway, it's wonderful to find this site and I shall continue to monitor it. The only other artist that compares to DB is the Aussie, Paul Kelly. That's all folks.

Edgar Hess - 05/16/99 17:25:10
My Email:edgar.hess@online.de

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DB is also guest-musican (guitar) on: James Reyne-CD (1987) prod. by Davitt Sigerson Adam Cohen-CD (1998)

Russell - 04/20/99 15:14:25
My Email:rcothren@comp.uark.edu

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Borowed a copy of "Bedtime Stories" from a friend. I felt as though I am getting reaquantied w/ an old friend. I keep your work going here in the studio all the time. People are always asking "Who is this"? I keep being drawn into it. David, your public is starving. Aughhhhh!

Dan Bowers - 04/15/99 01:36:31
My Email:Iamelbow@aol.com

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David B...you are a great writer of american song...I have been listening to bedtime stories in my car this week...It still pulls at my emotions...even after all these years...my vocabulary litters out lines from your songs in conversation...what you wrot speaks to me and I just wanted you to know I appreciate the sharing! Honest positive feedback is hard to get these days! Heres a bit from me...

Bill - 04/11/99 17:37:29
My Email:weewilly7@yahoo.com

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David Baerwald had a song on the soundtrack album for the movie "Kalifornia". I recall this from looking at a copy of the CD in a store several years ago, and I don't know if the song was lifted from one of Baerwald's CDs or is unique to the soundtrack. Also, Time magazine had a review of Triage. I have a copy without the citation (date or issue). It mentions that Baerwald was working on a short film related to the album. At some point maybe I'll find the time to type the article in its entirety here.
James - 04/05/99 03:33:21
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Cafe/2530/
My Email:dhclover@msn.com

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I have no new Info to share with you all but I did want to add myself as a devoted fan of DB since Boomtown. ALL DB FANS may add my e-mail address to thier mail list in the hopes that I may recieve any new info on recordings or touring. David you are an wesome song writer, singer, musician! Please let me know if you come to the San Francisco area.

Brian Igo - 03/25/99 03:04:58
My Email:eyego@email.msn.com

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True Story: Phoenix, Arizona-1993. Call the local alternative station to request something from Triage. DJ says "ooooooh". He loves the disc. We talk about our favorite songs. I ask to hear one. He says he can't-it's not in their rotation. I ask why. He s ys-and I am not making this up-"It's too depressing." Then they play more Nirvana. Thanks for a great site.

fred brauer - 03/16/99 08:10:34
My Email:hotmail

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would love the chords to toughest whore in babalon I heard it on a movie soundtrak loved it.

Jeff - 03/06/99 00:48:53
My Email:Tygerlyons@earthlink.net

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I just picked up the HurlyBurly soundtrack. It is great to hear some new music from David. I've been wondering where Charlie Sexton has been, too! David, How about releasing some live music?

John vdH - 02/23/99 14:27:22
My Email:jvdh@hotbot.com

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There are also DB fans in Belgium. He even gave a concert in Brussels when triage came out. I can't wait for a new album. There's a belgian band called 'dead man ray' that sounds very influenced by DB's music (their album really is a mix of influences, but some songs definitely sound like DB). Since the first time I heard them, I've kept thinking about somehow letting David nd his fans know about them. Now I've found this site. You can find two sample songs of Dead man ray's album (in mp3) on my freedrive zone : www.freedrive.com login : jvdh password : lapins I know it's a bit slow, but that's the difference between sharing my favorite music files with other DB fans and setting up a fast FTP piracy server. If you like them, let me know, and buy the album.

Keith Callbeck - 02/13/99 09:30:25
My Email:preacher_klee@yahoo.com

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A new album would be a dream come true. A chance to see you live ... there are no words. If you pass through Calgary, Alberta, you can crash on my couch anytime.

Pat Hanlon - 02/10/99 15:50:23
My Email:Patrickhhanlon@yahoo.com

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I noticed recently that David played a bit of guitar on an album by Adam Cohen (Leonard's son). Has anybody heard it? Larry Klein and Jim Keltner are among the luminaries on the album. I haven't seen it in stores around here...

Russell - 02/05/99 22:35:12
My Email:rcothren@comp.uark.edu

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David, I hope that you dusted off that old Lieca and took a few photographs.If I have listened to your music once I have listened a thousand times. Still unearthing the layers. Still asking question. Still waiting for a new release. We all hate the politi s, but the work will out live the politicians. Thats your legacy. Thanks from Arkansas.

James - 02/05/99 19:45:24
My Email:jammasch@sig.net

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Is there any word on the new album? Dates? Who's the Lable? Producer? Where it will be available? Will there be a TOUR!!!? Any news would be great. Thanks!

Dan - 01/20/99 20:47:21
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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Picked up the Hurly Burly soundtrack this weekend. Couple of very nice tracks complete with DB vocals and about half include him in the writing credits and have his distinct sound and touch. Presumably he provides instrumental backing on the rest, but th credits don't go into detail. Overall very much worth the price of admission. Go get it!!

Brad Powaschuk - 01/20/99 14:23:08
My Email:bpowasch@newbridge.com

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Happy new year to y'all; I just picked up the Clueless Soundtrack and I was listening to Jill Sobule's Supermodel . The song is 'pop like' but still has that Baerwald edge to it. If you want the Wav file email and I will send it to you . I hope David B decides to release so more music . I still can't get bored with his music . With all the changes on the Net , MP3 files that have CD quality sound can be downloaded and uploaded surely it makes it easier for artist to release their work on their own terms. Crazy Canuck Brad

dbaerwald - 01/11/99 02:50:49
My Email:baerwald@mediaone.net

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Pat Hanlon - 01/09/99 16:05:16
My Email:phhanlon@excite.com

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I visited the site ages ago when things were quieter. It is a pleasure to see the momentum coming back. Things are a bit more active and it is very pleasant to hear contributions from David and his mother. I'm looking forward to the new CD whne it come along and I have question, Is it just me or is Sean Penn more fit to be a music executive than most of the pinheads who currently are? David if you get a chance to read, one of the best music listening experiences I ever had was buying "Boomtown" early on a December Saturday evening and listening to it for the first time on a city bus. It seemed to sum up everything I was seeing at the oment. As a songwriter you show a keenness of eye that leaves me with a vivid picture and a feeling of envy... "Tears make track through the ash" - a Pulitzer winning news photographer couldn't capture that. Enough praise? David, cheers and I like all the rest here are looking forward to more of your work Thanks

Diane Baerwald - 01/08/99 07:27:58
My Email:cjpdab@flash.net

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If anyone has access to the Los Angeles Times, check out the Calendar section for Sunday, January 7,1999. There will be an interview and maybe a picture of DB.

Dan - 12/16/98 06:34:36
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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I think we'd all love it if David were to complete 'Born A Cowboy' or anything else he might be working on. Has he looked into selling his music independantly on the internet, as an alternative to dealing with the record companies?

Diane Baerwald - 12/13/98 23:52:52
My Email:cjpdab@flash.net

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To answer Marcel Hansen Holland's question about "Born a Cowboy," it isn't on any CD, David said it is just a fragment of a song which he made up on the spot when "Crossing Guard" was being filmed. However, he also said, if you'd like him to write it, he will.

jamonster - 12/10/98 15:21:27
My URL:http://www.onelist.com
My Email:jamonster@hotmail.com

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HEY!!!! There is now a Baerwald email list called Bedtime_Triage' Come one come all let's discuss db. Thanks for your time! jb

Melissa - 12/07/98 00:16:25
My Email:LilyInCa@aol.com

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OK!!!!! Just so all you people know, if you havent figured it out yet, sensible shoes is from YEARS AGO!! and im not melissa, im danielle, melissas my friend, and shes yilligain if you have questions or stuff from her

Melissa - 12/06/98 23:46:42
My Email:LilyInCa@aol.com

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Wow!! It is so amazingly wonderful to see you guys loving david b. and david r., i havent ever been here before, but i know david personally as well as his mother. Um, oh, to one comment made a while ago, that made me cry to see people wanting to hear the sng hero, because of the story behind it, thanks for being like the best people on earth!! And... thanks for these great comments, theyre so great.

Melissa - 12/06/98 23:45:56
My Email:LilyInCa@aol.com

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Wow!! It is so amazingly wonderful to see you guys loving david b. and david r., i havent ever been here before, but i know david personally as well as his mother. Um, oh, to one comment made a while ago, that made me cry to see people wanting to hear the sng hero, because of the story behind it, thanks for being like the best people on earth!! And... thanks for these great comments, theyre so great.

Giles Cross - 11/15/98 21:53:14
My Email:GilesCross@aol.com

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I was lucky enough to be at the Blue Cafe gig in Long Beach, California early this year. David sang a song I had never heard before, and it was so moving it put tears in my eyes. He certainly knows how to express a man's heart. It takes strength to do tha . I briefly spoke to him after the show, and got him to sign the "Bedtime Stories" CD cover. I asked him about future recordings, but he commented on the politics in the music business had made him very disenchanted. I really hope he reconsiders. I would love to play my music for him. Does he need another guitar or keyboard player?!! He inspires my creativity. Thank you, David.

Marcel Hansen - 11/03/98 12:33:34
My Email:mhansen@vannierop.nl

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Can anyone tell me on what Cd of David Baerwald I can find the song "Born a cowboy" ? Thanks in advance and hope to hear from you soon ! Kind Regards, Marcel Hansen Holland mhansen@vannierop.nl

Al - 10/26/98 00:25:30
My Email:Janal8@aol.com

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Today, in looking for David Baerwald music - on one web page I found three Various Artists complilations containing songs by DB, but before I could check them out - I got cut off. One was PAVE THE EARTH, one was like de Afreking - Vol. 6 and I can't reca l the 3rd. Can anyone help? I'm interested in that other one because I think it had some new or unreleased songs.

Cheryl from MN - 10/24/98 03:25:45

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Nice to see there are many other David Baerwald fans out there! I saw David Baerwald in the summer of '93 at First Avenue in Minneapolis. He was there as part of a "songwriters" acoustic concert series sponsored by a local radio station. This radio station puts out an annual X-mas release every year to benefit the hungry/homeless. Baerwald's live performance that night of "China Lake" from Triage was included on that release. The title of the CD is called "The Cities Sampler '93" from The Cities '97 radio station in Mpls. Anyone could probably still order it. Anyway about the concert. He performed with Johnny Clegg, Freedy Johnston, and Lisa Romano. He sang several songs from Triage and even took a song request "Heroes." I yelled louder than several of the others so "Heroes" just barely edged out "Swallowed by the Cracks" - which I wish he would have played also. I really hope he puts out a new CD soon. He's been a favorite of mine for awhile. His old stuff is still played regularly on 2 radio stations here and he has a

preacher - 10/20/98 23:40:30
My Email:preacher_klee@yahoo.com

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Thank you for creating a site to honor this incredible and under-rated artist. Let's hope that a new CD will happen soon. We've waited too long.

10/12/98 10:26:10

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Just surfing. Thanks.


Gaston - 09/10/98 06:42:39
My Email:gaston@travelfest.com

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I've really enjoyed your productions, lyrics, and vocals since 1986. I've played each of those three CD's so much, and they're always in my car so that I can refer to them regularly. I just started scanning the internet for my favorite artists and I'm suprised that there's not much out there on you. Hope you'll register www.davidbaerwald.com if you haven't done so already. I'll look forward to seeing it out there. Any new work t come out soon? Also, late one night a few weeks ago, I happened upon a site that had real audio clips of you talking about the songs you've written and why and how they came about. I didn't have time to surf that day as I was leaving town early the next morning and my girlfriend was calling me off to bed. I forgot to bookmark it so that I could revisit it. Any idea where that is? Love your music. Thanks for the stories. Here's to success in your creative endevours.

druidx - 09/06/98 20:58:16
My Email:druidx@netscape.net

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david baerwald {d+d} has been a major influance on me and it does my heart good to see that others think so highly of him as well, thanx!

TM - 09/02/98 19:37:45
My Email:wisecrack70@yahoo.com

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Hi there,you probably don't know this but I think DB has a pretty big following in Pakistan.I first started listenting to D&D when I was 16,while I was in England.I also got one of my cousins to listen to it,he liked it so much that when we returned home e started a whole following and till this day God knows how many people have been hooked on to it.During the past 12 years I have been thru alot and heard alot of music but one thing I know there is nobody like D&D and DB offcourse.Even today your music ounds as if those 12 years have not passed and your music is extremely soothing.I would love to see you guys get back together again and release new material or even do one performance for people like myself who hve been your devout fans for 12 years.I am afraid I don't have anything new to add but I can tell you that in Pakistan you have a very big following.Thanks and keep in touch.

d. baerwald - 08/30/98 16:53:42
My Email:baerwald@earthlink.net

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If I may vouch for Diane Baerwald. She is, in fact, my mother, and a very nice lady indeed. I trust you won't say anything too vile to her. David

Dan Lindley - 08/28/98 19:32:59
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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Finally some real news!! Thanks, Diane for taking the time to enlighten us (and thanks for being David's mom).

Chris - 08/26/98 05:01:10
My Email:gnomie@ix.netcom.com

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I've posted here a few times under a variety of addresses, but I know that's irrelevant info. As for the post just below this one (the one from someone identifying herself as DB's mother), well, let me politely hope that it is indeed from David's mom. No disrepect intended, but there is a lot of chicanery out here on the Internet... So, I'll just put my skepticism aside and say, thank you, ma'am. Your sharing is downright generous and I hope you continue to let us know what's going on in DB's professional life. Chris NYC

Diane Baerwald - 08/25/98 23:39:32
My Email:cjpdab@flash.net

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This page is dazzling for me to read. I'm David's mom, and can say I was his first fan. I love his music, too. David recently completed the music for a new film "Hurlyburly," which will be one of those limited distribution intense productions directed y Anthony Drazan ("Zebrahead"), starring Sean Penn and Keven Spacey. Others include Chazz Palminteri, Anna Paquin, Garry Shandling andRobin Wright Penn. It's an adaptation (by the author) of David Rabe's play by the same name. Fine Line just bought it. It's David's first film as music supervisor. He helped Suzanna Hoffs put out a recent album, co-produced it, helped with the music and lyrics, and backed up some songs, etc. The best news, but don't hold your breath, because it'll not be out till next y ar some time, he is working on a new album. He's put about half of it on tape, still needs mixing, and will probably do the second half in a couple of weeks. Then comes the lengthy part -- manufacture and distribution. He is thinking about selling it on the Internet. I'll let you guys know more about it as I find out from him. Again, thanks for being his fans, I think he's very lucky. He has seen your comments, I just discovered this page myself a few months ago, and one afternoon when David was her , he read them. I believe your interest was part of the inspiration to make a new album. There was also a personal need to deal with some pretty strong feelings, music being David's way of doing that. DB's mom.

Ted Tea - 08/22/98 17:29:17
My URL:http://www.teazone.com.my/tea
My Email:tedtea@pop.jaring.my

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came to this link via an email messg regarding Leaving Las Vegas. and read the story... well... what can i say... life goes on... hope his spirit lives on...

Dan - 07/24/98 00:48:53
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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Well....after mant attempts...I have FINALLY tracked down the DB CD I mentioned a while back. It is called Sensible Shoes featuring David Baerwald. The CD contains five tracks (really only three unique tracks, as two are remixes). The music is VERY dif erent from what you have come to expect from DB....but the voice is unmistakable. As far as I know, this is a recording that DB made with a band in LA back when he was 17 or 18. I will try to post snippets from the CD on this site soon. I ordered it th ough - www.cybercd.de

Kara Townsend - 06/27/98 08:29:54
My URL:http://www.dynamicSex.com
My Email:dwebmistress@yahoo.com

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Hi! I saw your site and thought it was great. I know how difficult it is to keep a quality site. Good Job! Let me know if you want to exchange links :)

D+D Fan - 06/24/98 04:07:25
My Email:drakkar621@aol.com

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I saw David and David play at the Buckhead Cinema and Draughthouse in Atlanta, late 80's. Since then ive seen everyone from Motley Crue to James Taylor, but David and David is still the best show ive seen in my life! They finished with Boomtown and Heroes, playing them off the stage and in the crowd, since it was a small club. They drank beer nd chatted with people before the show, really down to earth guys. I wish i could tell DB its not just him, a lot of his fans get "swallowed by the cracks" too!!

- 05/29/98 18:41:34
My Email:purplepuke@hotmail.com

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Matt! Do you have the chords / tabs / music to those two songs you mentioned? As in written down as opposed to simply existing in your head. Do tell! Would love to know the music for these songs, esp. "Stranger." Thanks much. Purp

matt - 05/28/98 00:59:27
My Email:tmpatt@netdirect.net

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Hey, great page! Nice to see some other fans. (It's lonely in Daveland.) I was just listening to Bed and digging it as always. I often play Hello Mary and Stranger solo acoustic around town. Anyway, a while back I was in a store and searched on dave and t e Kalifornia soundtrack came back. I still haven't found or heard it so I don't know whsat part Dave has in it but I'm still lookin. Well, just exhausted my conversational bent, so now I have to go watch the Bulls kick hell out of the Pacers. Keep up the good etc., Matt

Brad Powaschuk - 05/26/98 08:59:32
My Email:brad_powaschuk@qmail.newbridge.com

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Dave's Music:: I was just listening to Bedtime stories for the millionth time and I can't believe am always finding new things in the melodies and Lyrics. I am dying to hear some new material , "Good times " is a song I can listen to over and over again it is interresti g because the lyrics are some what depressing but the melody is so lively . I have only be able to compare his work with Jonny Clegg and Dave Matthews . Both artist are a must to hear . I hope that I am not the only one that finds his music so interresting ? Enjoy the music and remember " Life is short and death is long " Brad

Dan - 05/20/98 01:43:12
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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If anyone has any DB used CDs or knows where to get them.....help people out by posting the info here. And if you EVER spot any used DB...pick it up...someone will definately be interested in it. Also...if anyone has any news things or articles...send t em along to me and I'll post them up.

Nigel King - 05/17/98 08:02:50
My Email:kareel@kbdnet.net.au

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It's great to find somewhere where people have actually heard of DB. His three albums are sublime. When I was chasing up DB albums in 94 a dealer had a listing for a second Daivd & David album (can't remember the name) that had been deleted. Any idea if t is actually existed or was it just a glitch in the catalog? DB seems to suffer from the fact that the mass market has no taste. I just hope he keeps producing music filled with great images, wamth and humour. Because at least I now know there are other DB zealots out there who will support him.

Todd - 05/15/98 06:52:42
My Email:dogenx@aol.com

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Finally I've found the few others who share my affinity for Baerwald's undeniable musical prowess. I was in college when I bought the Boomtown LP in 1986, and it left an indelible impression that left me searching for more. Bedtime Stories was a godsend nd Triage had me reaching for superlatives (yes, it's that good). On full moons, I sometimes see these solo titles in used CD stores, so I'll make sure to grab any spare copies for those of you searching for them.

James - 04/30/98 20:51:16
My Email:jammasch@sig.net

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There is a huge, dark abyss in music right now. It's depressing. It's been fun watching the new female artists finally get a foot-hold on the airways, but the new Claptin, Rea, D. Mathews etc. have been less than inspiring. DAVID! Find it in your heart to give us what we need... music with some tapestry... talk to us about the soul and mossaics of life. We miss you now more than ever. It's time to release a new album now! No more hiding behind the scenes!

Coen Schilderman - 04/28/98 15:33:00
My URL:http://www.finalist.nl/altmusic/coen/teep.html
My Email:coen.schilderman@rivm.nl

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Finally I found a sote about one of my favorite artists. Do you know you're hard to find? I found this site only by searching for triage.jpg! Unbeleveable he? Do you know or there is a new CD of David to be released in the near future? I'm hungry for some new stuff by him. C

Kim Trygar - 04/19/98 13:20:23
My Email:IMSN@yahoo.com

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HELP! I lost bedtime stories and triage in a fire. Can anyone help me replace them! P.S. Went very early to a small show in Chicago a few years back. Got in for the sound check and later had a smoke with him. Was hooked before and I'm crushed by my loss. He is the music he plays.

PPM - 04/14/98 13:48:44
My Email:purplepuke@hotmail.com

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Guys, take it to private e-mail, please. This is certainly not the forum for such arguments. Thanks. That being said, Dayle--please send any info you can regarding this demo. Thanks.

Dayle Hemsley - 04/13/98 23:03:58
My URL:http://www.sbs.tv_radio:dayleh
My Email:dayleh@sbs.com.au

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Oh dear! you really are not a very nice person are you. I dont have any children for a dingo to eat and anyway we dont have dingoes in the city.You really arent very intelligent are you. Do you usually make violent comments on the internet regarding the m tilation of children and the sorrow of a family who have lost a child. Be careful!! If you Would you like to make any further comments regarding child mutilation please feel free!!, remember its the internet,lots of people are watching. regards Dayle

Dubois - 04/13/98 15:34:35
My Email:jeremiade@aol.com

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{sigh} First, I didn't intend to insult you. Second, this is the Internet--I can say anything I want to anyone I want. Ever hear of "free speech?" Third, fuck you, too, dickhead. I think I hear a dingo eating your baby! Fourth, was that small-minded of me? Of course! But I needed to lower myself to this bloke's standards in order to reach him.

Dayle Hemsley - 04/09/98 04:40:24
My URL:http://www.sbs.tv_radio:dayleh
My Email:dayleh@sbs.com.au

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Im very sorry for the persons attitude who regards my posting as pointless. Yes! you are an Obnoxious asshole. Arrogant as well! When you learn some etiquette then you can play computers with the adults. I can understand that you obviously have a very ca ing and poetic personality and that you have a deep seated understanding of David's writing. If you wanted a copy of what I've got you could have E mailed me privately and politely and not humiliated and insulted me on the internet. This site is for inte ligent and poetic people not arrogant assholes! So I certainly wouldn't waste my time now to give you a copy. But would anybody else like to contact me !! Regards Dayle in Australia

Dubois - 04/07/98 18:10:32
My Email:jeremiade@aol.com

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Then why bother mentioning it at all? If you can't share what you have, who cares? Sorry about being so obnoxious, but what's the point in withholding when most the items found on this site are violating the same "rules?" Oh well...

- 04/04/98 00:06:53
My URL:http://www.sbs.tv_radio:dayleh
My Email:dayleh@sbs.com.au

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I recieved back in 1991 from rondor music at A&M studios in LA an early demo cassette of David featuring the tracks "Aids and Armageddon" and "Unspoken". These versions were never released and are simply his raw studio demos, they are absolutely fantastic The "Aids and Armageddon" demo version is slow paced and in my opinion blows away the album version. I am sorry, but obviously for copyright reasons I am not able to copy these recordings. Regards Dayle !!!

Dan Lindley - 03/22/98 18:55:30
My Email:dan_lindley@3com.com

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The closing credits of the film 'She's So Lovely' are graced by Baerwald performed track called 'The Toughest Whore in Babylon'. It's got a bit of a New Orleans flavor to it.

james - 03/06/98 16:37:40
My Email:jammasch@sig.net

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Don't tease! New album?!!! Who's DB's new lable? Maybe there's some scoop out there if we look hard enough... I've ask my local "alternative radio station" here in Austin if they know or have heard anything, but they haven't heard anything for over a year That's too long for one of the best songwriters in this century. Come on David! It's time to piss-off the government again! Hit the road again... you have a huge following here in Texas!

Jeff Chirico - 02/13/98 17:45:13
My Email:chirico_jf@exchange.phs.com

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Am I alone in this, am I alone? Apparently not. It is great to see some recognition for David. If anyone has any information on a new music from David Baerwald or David and David, please send me an e-mail.

- 02/12/98 22:15:56

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Thanks for doing this. Sad, perhaps, that this is the only David Baerwald site on the Web. But it's also kind of neat that it is. Love the disembodied image of David poking out from the side of my screen....

Dan - 02/11/98 21:59:15
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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I've added all of the interview sections from the DB Introduces Bedtime Stories CD. Check them out in the NEW sounds section. I dropped the Links bit...as you probably already know...there are no other DB sites.

Gazza - 02/07/98 22:46:38
My Email:GMac927407@aol.com.

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Hi from Scotland. Can anyone help me get a copy of Bedtime Stories ? I'm having problems getting it. Boomtown was good, Triage is a masterpiece, this man has so much good music in him, could you imagine how good "What i can do for you." would sound if B had sang it himself instead of giving it to Sheryl Crow. Its about time he got a new album out. We need one! Take care music lovers!

Shirley Walker - 02/07/98 05:27:12
My Email:swalker@iinet.com.au

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It's nice to know there are other people out there who know how I feel. I am blown away to find this page. I do have two family members who enjoy Boomtown, I feel sorry for those who have never had the pleasure.

Gordon Lonnon - 02/03/98 10:29:33
My Email:gordon@pellaust.camtech.net.au

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Hi from Australia. I'm with all of you and completely blowm away with Boomtown the first time I heard it. I live in anticipation of a new album from DB. A lot needs to be said about the great musicins on his albums. Like to hear from you.

Brad Powaschuk - 01/23/98 13:40:48
My Email:brad_powaschuk@qmail.newbridge.com

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" I am not alone" I was beginning to wonder if there was anyone out in cyberspace knew about Dave. I have been a fan since since Boomtown came out , I worry myself sometimes because this interest in David and his music can seem psychotic. I can not unders and why he has not been given the recognition he deserves . I am now in England so it is impossible to find any one that has heard off him. I have been able to compare one other songwriter to him. Pick up a Dave Matthews album you wont regret it. Does an one know if there is a new album coming out? I noticed that Triage was a negative US goverment album and I wonder if he is being blacklisted ?? SHould Mulder and Scully get involved ? Does anyone know anything about an article I think he wrote in an online magazine called " Genocide " Thanks for any information you can get to me . Enjoy the music .

stephen pruitt - 01/06/98 06:49:25
My Email:stephpruitt@earthlink.net

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New album? that would imply that some record company actually developed a brain, which everrrry sane person knows will only happen when the extraterrestrials land and kick the old CEO's out. If any of you can't find the old stuff, keep looking in the used stores - I've gone through a couple cassettes and cd's of D+D and triage both (I keep giving them away). Sadly, most people haven't heard about him which means the stuff doesn't exactly fly out of the stores (no offence intended DB). If anyone really can' find them, email me and I'll get it for you. I'd hate for anyone to be deprived of 'the waiter'. And let me know if anything comes of this 'Sensible Shoes' thing too. or tours. or new stuff. must stop rambling...

Christian Parkes - 01/04/98 02:57:08
My Email:tpfilmworks@earthlink.net

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Great site! I LOVE his music. I'm glad there are other people keeping track. I can't wait for the new album!

Jordan - 01/02/98 02:24:44
My Email:moniker@compuserve.com

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Cool that I finally found a site about David. I have been looking for a while. If anyone has any new info please send it to me at my E-mail address. Keep up the good site.

just ME - 12/20/97 05:28:48
My Email:mrsalz@ix.netcom.com

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I was MOST lucky to see David + David back in the late 80's in Washington DC in a SMALL club. At that time I was in heaven. DB almost freaked out, telling me I was THE FIRST person to dance at a concert to one of their songs. Have loved him ever since. Th t man got to my heart with his music and then his words. Always felt like he had invaded my life then written about it all.

Theresa Jacobs - 12/20/97 04:13:53
My Email:theresaj@microsoft.com

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The public radio music (1800-75-music) source suggested calling A & M records and also RecordRama Sound Archives (412) 367-7330 for possible copies of Triage, Bedtime Stories or Boomtown. Great to see such (fellow)devotion on your site and to learn that avid Baerwald is still in circulation. When are we going to have a convention? (Just kidding.) A suggestion if possible- (if legal)- would be to include audio cuts of his songs, interviews, etc. -- maybe a recorded telephone call with him? Or invite him to attend a chat group session with this informal fan club.

Jeff Perrine - 12/12/97 21:12:37
My Email:jsperrine@juno.com

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Thank you for the D. Baerwald page! I've been a fan since '86 and have played his three CDs so much that I've memorized the lyrics. It's too bad he hasn't received the recognition he deserves. I guess there's no accounting for taste in the general publ c, is there? David, if you're reading this, get your ass to Pheonix...as the headliner!! We've got plenty of people down here who recognize good music.

Dan Heatherly - 12/06/97 02:42:03
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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Well...the CD that I had a line on is still elluding me...someone else might do better getting it. It is called Sensible Shoes. I don't know much about it except the track listing is - Slave;Blissful ignorance;Blissful ignorance (Remix);Rip it off;Rip i off(Remix)...that's all I know right now. Oh yeah...about Kevin Gilbert. GO GET 'thud' RIGHT NOW!!! Also, Kevin Gilbert played piano on Triage.

Chris - 12/04/97 15:00:21
My Email:woods@media.kaplan.com

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Welcome, Norway! As for your question, I'll assume Kevin and David were part of the same circle of L.A. musicians that included many of the folks who worked on the first Tuesday Night Music Club recording (aka the first Sheryl Crow album). It's a shame othing more became of that amazing outfit of artists--yeah, alright, Crow included--(that Rolling Stone cover story on Crow from a few years back reveals a lot of the behind-the-scenes action). Anyway...I'll second your praise for "thud"--a fantastic pie e of music. // Dan, Dan, Dan...you tease us and then...nothing! Shame on you! // FYI: For all you info-hungry DB fans, try doing a DejaNews search for "baerwald"--he's been involved in some interesting discussions (and if you're reading this, David, I hope I haven't spooked you too much).

Erik Bjorgum - 12/03/97 17:46:00
My Email:erik@designpartner.no

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Hi there, Norway calling! Finally I found a site containing stuff about David Baerwald. Have been a big fan since "Boomtown", and I was wondering if someone could fill in information about a new album from DB or David & David.Its about time now :-) BTW: Is there any connections between David Baerwald and the late Kevin Gilbert? Found his name on the new Jonatha Brooke album "10$ Wings", and got a hold of his album "thud".It was great, and reminds me of Baerwald in many ways. Sincerely, Erik

Patrick Hanlon - 11/11/97 06:41:33
My Email:hanlon@biwako.shiga_u.ac.jp

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Further to Erik's comments on Bodies, Rest and Motion, the song is creditted at the end of the movie to D&D and titled, "Getting So Complicated." Also Tom selleck mistakenly interrupts "Dance" during the party scene to put on "Rubber Ducky" in "Three Men nd a Baby." I've made a big admission here - please hold your ridicule to a minimum. Erik, what's this about a CD? Are you holding out on us, give us the dirty man. Tell me tell me... P.S. The sight has come far, fast a pleasure to see how thnigs have changed over the alst few weeks, I'm looking forward to the links. Bravo!

Dano - 11/07/97 02:35:26
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com

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I just wanted to add that I've located a new DB CD. More info when I know more info.

- 10/31/97 19:53:51

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Does anybody out there know if there is more info on David on the Web, even a discussion group, perhaps? Or whether we can expect a new release from him anytime soon? I would also be interested in hearing tales of David Baerwald concerts they might have gone to. I had the chance to see him once in Toronto, and I was going through a lot of shit at the time and never ended up going. Or, did anyone see David and David when they were together?

- 10/21/97 00:52:37
My Email:jbastin@stfx.ca

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Anyone with chords for David Baerwald's songs or those from Boomtown please let me know...

Erik - 10/19/97 04:25:03
My Email:ErikJoplin@aol.com

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In the movie Bodies, Rest & Motion (with Eric Stoltz and Bridget Fonda, among others), there is a scene at a bar...listen closely, and you'll hear Baerwald singing. Via E-mail, I asked him about it. The song is called "Unsatisfied", and it isn't on the soundtrack, and he says for legal reasons it will probably never be released. I miss his work. Maybe soon, something new will come our way.

Jason - 10/14/97 21:14:12
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/bourbonstreet/5796
My Email:jst5150@aol.com

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Amazing. A David Baerwald site. This guy carried David&David and is now carrying Sheryl Crow on his back. An amazing songwriter, producer and arranger. However, I picked up on him too late. So, if you could point me somewhere I could buy "Bedtime Sto ies," I'd appreciate it. Forget music stores. Long since gone.

Belinda - 10/12/97 03:31:11
My Email:belindab@csi.com

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For info on a recent apearance in Cleveland by David, please check out the following: http://www.clevescene.com/970911/live0911.htm It is a concert review of Jewel with David as the opener. I also wanted to say that I exchanged a few e-mails with him about 10 months ago (the address he used has since been abandoned). He mentioned that he hoped to have a new album out by the end of the summer of '97. Since that deadline has since passed, I an only hope that he has some new material for us soon.

David Madrigal - 10/02/97 05:27:11
My Email:dtmadrigal@ucdavis.edu

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Hey, I've been a Baerwald fan since 86', its great to see some info on him. I don't get much up in GrAss Valley, CA (Northern Sierras between Sacramento and Reno). I have been trying to get Tthe Triage album, but it is out of print and nobody up here know how to get it. I would appreciate any help. I did see the Crossing Guard like the movie and would have liked to see a soundtrack relese, I mean come on Baerwald, Robertson, and Springsteen, how could you lose. I have never seen him live but would love t , I didn't hear anything about him touring with Jewel. Which tour, current (10-01-97) or past. Well sorry I don't have any info to add but I thank you for starting a Baerwald page. If you can help with the Triage album or Northern California concert info -mail, call, or write. David T. Madrigal 916-698-3375 or 916-274-3374 dtmadrigal@ucdavis.edu P.O. Box 1512 Grass Valley, CA 95945

Chris - 09/30/97 21:16:29
My Email:woods@media.kaplan.com

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DB's "Born for Love" is featured on the "Kalifornia" soundtrack. Co-writer on "My Secret Love" from the "Grace of My Heart" soundtrack.

Dan - 09/13/97 06:10:33
My Email:dan@dbinfosource.com