IVANA: i'd never heard anything or anyone that sounded like patti smith before and born to run was the realization of the promise springsteen had shown on his prior records--you know, when artists had three records to break

LENNY: today they have three hours
A Note of Cautious Optimism Creeps Into This Week’s IM, but It May Just Be a Flu Symptom
IVANA:  the office took a vote and they want me quarantined until this walking pneumonia, bronchitis, sinus infection thing goes away. that damn todd--it's all his fault
LENNY:  todd needs to be sent back to texas, with all my exes
IVANA:  i like austin. i could recuperate there and have jody feed me chicken soup while I request spoon on kgsr.
LENNY:  speaking of austin, i saw john prine on austin city limits the other night, he is soooo awesome—his album is in my top five for the year
IVANA:  speaking of austin, krox added arcade fire's "rebellion (lies)" today
LENNY:  lots of interesting adds at alternative this week
IVANA:  just not all on one record
LENNY:  interpol, morningwood, aqualung, my morning jacket
living things, matisyahu, arcade fire...
LENNY:  mike doughty, ok go.  altho there isn't a consensus yet, i feel it is a good sign that stations are open to new and interesting voices
IVANA:  it's exciting to see matisyahu making inroads at the red states, and ted is RULING with yellowcard
LENNY:  interesting, exciting and surprising. yellowcard album is great
IVANA:  you know what else is exciting?
LENNY:  thanksgiving? christmas vacation? the clippers in first place?
LENNY:  (are you still there)
IVANA:  today columbia records releases the 30th anniversary special package of springsteen's born to run and tonight, no matter how sick I am, I'm going to the troubadour to see patti smith and lenny kaye mark the 30th anniversary of horses. i bought both records the week they came out in 1975!
LENNY:  great, you can infect two of your all-time faves in one night
IVANA:  it makes me think about which current cds will be heralded 30 years from now
LENNY:  or even 3
IVANA:  i mean, both born to run and horses had such a huge impact on my fragile adolescent psyche
LENNY:  rap music seems to have the most effect on today's youth. outkast's grammy winner could have legs
IVANA:  i'd never heard anything or anyone that sounded like patti smith before and born to run was the realization of the promise springsteen had shown on his prior records--you know, when artists had three records to break
LENNY:  today they have three hours
IVANA:  in the short term, the interpol clones are starting to pop up already
LENNY:  how so pop
IVANA:  have you heard she wants revenge on geffen or the editors? and every week i read about a new band being compared to Interpol. actually, i think she wants revenge sounds more like bauhaus..
LENNY:  i don't have a clue what bauhaus sounds like
IVANA:  yeah, you must've missed the "goth" period
LENNY:  the only thing i know about goth is that my asst robin usta be a goth girl. altho i remain unclear what that means also
IVANA:  i hated goth
LENNY:  who was the biggest goth act
IVANA:  bauhaus
LENNY:  what does it mean to be a goth
IVANA:  it was your "community." i liked indie rock
LENNY:  yes, but how did it manifest itself
IVANA:  white make-up, black hair, severe black clothes
LENNY:  drugs, sex?
IVANA:  if you were lucky. you have to listen to my morning jacket's new cd, btw
LENNY: you were gonna take me to amoeba to get it, but went without  me and did not get me one
IVANA: the show last week at the henry fonda was beyond sold-out. and they even have a radio song: "off the record," which wgvx and wfnx added this week
LENNY we need to make a run to amoeba. i need music for the holidays
IVANA:  speaking of shows, can you believe the lineup for the kroq almost acoustic xmas shows?
LENNY: i didn't see the second night
IVANA:  coldplay! depeche mode! white stripes! bravery! deathcab for cutie! hot hot heat! nada surf! jack johnson too!
LENNY: lots of bands with exclamation points
IVANA: in a perfect world, nada surf's "always love" would be a monster smash. it's a flawless pop song that rivals big star's best. and you may quote me
LENNY: in a perfect world, the clippers would win the nba championship
IVANA: music is still the thing i care about most-even more than prada and america's next top model
LENNY: or at least that's what you say in print....  i'm not buying the prada part
IVANA: i can't afford prada anymore-at least i can still afford the occasional trip to amoeba
LENNY:  dave adelson is calling me to discuss grammys, so i am outta here
IVANA: i'll enlist sherri. hey sherri, anything new? aren't you glad you left the wine business for this?
SHERRI: no. lol!!!!
IVANA: ben at octone asked me to remind everyone that flyleaf was going for adds next week
SHERRI: He's off to a great start what with boise and atlantic city already in
IVANA: hey, i'd like to have a song that was a hit at kdge in dallas
SHERRI: coheed will be the first
IVANA: fall out boy finally reached #1 on the pomo chart this week, on the strength of two songs and massive sales
SHERRI: you know I love “sugar” and “dance, dance”-just saw the video
IVANA: i don't know how howie finds the time to do get all that airplay and write books under the name jt leroy
SHERRI: and sing in thistle
IVANA: he just writes the lyrics. we'll we be rocking out to spoon on thursday night at the wiltern?
SHERRI: We'll be in the pit with our peers...oh wait...we're peerless...
IVANA: lenny is asking for a big finish-i gotta go
LENNY: need me for the big finish?
IVANA: happy ending?
LENNY: have you spoken yet of the many splendors of coheed & cambria... their song is breaking big RIGHT NOW
IVANA: they're the greatest
LENNY: or of kt tunstall, my pick to break big in '06
IVANA: you mean, MY PICK. i just hope i get over this illness by ‘06
LENNY: that would be a good thing
IVANA: after all, tramps like us...
LENNY: we were born to run?
IVANA: add a "baby" and you got a hit!
LENNY: good, now i can concentrate on the big clips game tonight.... GO CLIPPERS
Are you free Wednesday afternoon? (11/12a)
How's that for a tease, Bieber Nation? (11/12a)
Not the same as the old bosses (11/12a)
This sure feels like her moment. (11/12a)
It's down to two bidders. (11/12a)
They'll soon be here, and then we can start obsessing about who'll win.
Forget Brexit--it's our yearly survey of doings in Blighty. And if you still can't forget Brexit, try drinking.
Who's going to land the hottest unsigned property in music?
That's what Hollywood smells like. Seriously. 24/7.

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