blather storm (lolly) Wed 5 Jul 00 20:26
Well it looked like that's where they ended up, it's the site of the former Sutro Baths at Land's End. Wasn't it?
mother of my eyelid (frako) Thu 6 Jul 00 13:58
Gee, I didn't recognize that. Sharp eyes, if it's true.
blather storm (lolly) Sun 9 Jul 00 17:20
Maybe Greg will come back and tell us.
mother of my eyelid (frako) Fri 14 Jul 00 16:18
OK, this is from a press release: The U.S. distribution of GROOVE is moving ahead at full steam with openings in 13 cities last weekend and 12 more this Friday. Director Greg Harrison will be on hand at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak, Michigan, and I will be at Minneapolis' Uptown Theater on opening night Friday the 14th. We encourage those of you in the vicinity to come down, hang out, see the film and ask questions. For a complete list of cities where GROOVE is opening: http://www.groovethemovie.com/thefilm_screenings.html You can read and listen to recent interview additions to groovethemovie.com; including a feature with streaming GROOVE DJ sets from the online radio site Thump-Radio.com. You'll find a link to it, as well as other interviews at: http://www.groovethemovie.com/interviews.html We also wanted to thank all of you who have shown your support for the GROOVE soundtrack. The CD had a strong debut a few weeks ago at number 11 on Soundscan's dance music chart. Find out more about the soundtrack at: http://www.groovethemovie.com/musicsoundtrack.html There are also GROOVE DJ Tour parties happening this weekend in Detroit, MI, Boulder, CO, and next week in Vancouver, B.C. For details, go to: http://www.groovethemovie.com/parties.html
Karen (kgf) Sat 15 Jul 00 14:51
The only reason I know anything about this movie is that a couple of pieces of my son's (Raleigh Freeman) art and, supposedly his bedroom, are in it. Groove opened yesterday in St. Louis and I asked three friends who have known Raleigh since he was a baby to go with me to see it. I had hoped to lead a chorus of *gasp* "That's Raleigh's room!" but if it was there, I missed it. However, we did recognize two of his drawings as they flashed by at the beginning and we waited until the last credits rolled and there it was! My baby's name on the big screen! At any rate, we all loved the movie. (And our ages range from 53 to 67) And we were all delighted we had the connection because otherwise we wouldn't have thought to go see it. We for dinner and all the people around us could have been cast members and we loved them all too. My introduction to rave was after Raleigh returned from England in 1995--he'd been in Canterbury for a semester and they went up to London to raves every chance they got. Until he left home, my house reverberated with jungle music and all his art reflected his rave experience. The movie fit the impressions I'd gotten from him. Anyhow, Groove has got the little old lady vote. Maybe Ebert reflects a guy thing.
Susan Mactavish Best (mact-best) Sat 15 Jul 00 15:24
i had jondi and spesh from looq records do an interview with greg. it's up at http://www.posthoc.com/interviewgregharrison.htm
Linda Castellani (castle) Sat 15 Jul 00 21:49
Fuzzy Logic (phred) Sun 16 Jul 00 19:20
Cool, Spesh is one of my longtime best buddies in the SF music scene. And our friend Gil <tow> is a "resident" DJ at their Looq weekly at 111 Minna.
Susan Mactavish Best (mact-best) Mon 17 Jul 00 00:52
nice. i also did an interview with spesh up there, too.
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