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Noriko Izumi

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Aug 2, 1993, 10:25:01 AM8/2/93
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Hi.
I'd like any information about Dentists.
How long have they been around?
What's thier best?
Any recommendation?

Thanks in advance.

Noriko


Michael B Ledney

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Aug 2, 1993, 11:37:52 AM8/2/93
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In article <1993Aug2.1...@epas.toronto.edu> iz...@epas.utoronto.ca (Nor

iko Izumi) writes:
>Hi.
>I'd like any information about Dentists.

they clean and fix teeth.

>How long have they been around?

since the early 1800's they've been cerified as specialists. prior to that
people just pulled painful teeth.

>What's thier best?

i prefer to simply have my teeth cleaned, anything beyond that usually causes
pain (my opinion of course).

>Any recommendation?

i have mine cleaned about once every six months, and like i said earlier, i
avoid them at all other times

>
>Thanks in advance.

my pleasure
>
>Noriko
>
>
>


this is the disclaimer for the smiley deficient.

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Mike Ledney mle...@magnus.ohio-state.edu

JENNY THOMAS

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Aug 2, 1993, 2:06:39 PM8/2/93
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In <23jccg$3...@charm.magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu> mle...@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu writes:

> In article <1993Aug2.1...@epas.toronto.edu> iz...@epas.utoronto.ca (Nor
> iko Izumi) writes:
> >Hi.
> >I'd like any information about Dentists.
>
> they clean and fix teeth.
>
> >How long have they been around?
>
> since the early 1800's they've been cerified as specialists. prior to that
> people just pulled painful teeth.
>
> >What's thier best?
>
> i prefer to simply have my teeth cleaned, anything beyond that usually causes
> pain (my opinion of course).
>
> >Any recommendation?
>
> i have mine cleaned about once every six months, and like i said earlier, i
> avoid them at all other times
>

> this is the disclaimer for the smiley deficient.
>
> .
> --
> fist in the air in the land of hypocrisy
> RATM, 1992
>
> Mike Ledney mle...@magnus.ohio-state.edu


ooooh. you beat me to it!! ;-)

Mason E. Boor

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Aug 2, 1993, 10:24:19 PM8/2/93
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HAY! I like them kind of...sophisticated British pop. Kinda
Smithy at times and also very Housemartins/Beautiful South.
THey realeased 3 simultaneous 7" in 3 different labels earlier
in the year...and they have a new album out now I think
I'm no expert, but I like their sound. All 3 of the 7"'s are
really cool
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SUGAR in their vitamins?

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Aug 3, 1993, 11:04:22 AM8/3/93
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me...@po.CWRU.Edu (Mason E. Boor) writes:
>HAY! I like them kind of...sophisticated British pop. Kinda
>Smithy at times and also very Housemartins/Beautiful South.

i'm confused now... i thought the Dentists were that avant-jazz
outfit with Amy Denio (her solo album BIRTHING CHAIR BLUES is
excellent, btw). or am i totally mistaken?

hasta.


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Aug 3, 1993, 1:32:15 PM8/3/93
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In article <1993Aug3.1...@adobe.com> dkle...@adobe.com (SUGAR in their vitamins?) writes:
>me...@po.CWRU.Edu (Mason E. Boor) writes:
>>HAY! I like them kind of...sophisticated British pop. Kinda
>>Smithy at times and also very Housemartins/Beautiful South.
>
Along these lines (not the avant jazz outfit mentioned in another post):

I have two Dentists albums:

"All Dressed" which is a compilation of earlier stuff available on
Dutch East India/Homestead

"Heads and How to Read Them" which I picked up in England (can't remember
the label).

The first I don't listen to very much. It has a very mid-60's precious pop
kind of sound. Songs like "Strawberries are Growing in My Garden" are a
little too nice for my tastes.

However the second I quite like. The lead in track, "House the Size of
Mars" has a great guitar riff and good melody. On this and many of the
other songs, the 60's pop influence is still evident, but the quality
of the song-writing and arrangements makes it a great album.

The Dentists are from the south of England (somewhere just south of
London, if I remember correctly), and have been together at least five
years. I saw them live at the Zombie Club in London two years ago and
thoroughly enjoyed the show.


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Aug 5, 1993, 12:45:23 PM8/5/93
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In article <1993Aug3.1...@adobe.com> dkle...@adobe.com (SUGAR in their vitamins?) writes:
>me...@po.CWRU.Edu (Mason E. Boor) writes:
>>HAY! I like them kind of...sophisticated British pop. Kinda
>>Smithy at times and also very Housemartins/Beautiful South.
>
>i'm confused now... i thought the Dentists were that avant-jazz
>outfit with Amy Denio (her solo album BIRTHING CHAIR BLUES is
>excellent, btw). or am i totally mistaken?

The Dentists are still around, albeit slimmed down a bit, just the
two Murphy boys. I was asked whether I wanted to play with them recently in the studio but I had to decline as I had a previous engagement. They are one
of the few groups to come out of Kent (UK). Look out for a new single
soon!

calvin
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Kathleen M Billus

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Aug 5, 1993, 3:10:59 PM8/5/93
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ImHO, the song "I Had An Excellent Dream" from the Dentist's CD
"Dressed" (Homestead) d) is amazing.

Kathleen

Noriko Izumi (iz...@epas.utoronto.ca) wrote:
: Hi.

: Thanks in advance.

: Noriko
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