* 2001: Party with Dead Tongues

The Stanford Linguistics Department had a party on June 2, 2001 with live music by Dead Tongues.

The following `home movies' are in quicktime format. They were made by Lauri Karttunen and edited by Annie Zaenen. Quicktime (for either Macs or PCs) can be downloaded for free HERE.

Dancin' in the Street--- Signed, Sealed, Delivered--- (Creole) Lady Marmalade--- Killing Me Softly--- Think---
Hootchie Cootchie Man--- Blue Suede Shoes--- Time is Tight--- Respect--- Youngblood


Some pictures, courtesy of Julie Sweetland:
Sparlha and Aarthi killin 'em softly--- Ichee Ichee yah yah yah--- The crowd is jumpin'--- and jumpin'---
Creole Lady Marmalade--- The crowd getting a bit out of control--- One lawyer; one law-student-to-be

Want to see more pictures of the party? Check out Julie's complete album HERE

Dead Tongues 2001:

Aarthi Kumar Belani - vocals - (Stanford class of 2001 [International Relations]; off to NYU Law School)
Penny Eckert - vocals - (Professor: Dept of Linguistics; Director: Feminist Studies Program)
Michael Ellsworth - vocals - (Graduate Student: Dept of Linguistics, UC Berkeley)
James Ferrell - guitar - (Associate Professor: Dept of Molecular Pharmacology, School of Medicine)
Dan Purtell - drums - (Partner: Altshuler, Berzon, Nussbaum, Berzon & Rubin; SF)
Mike Rollin - harmonica - (Stanford class of 2001 [Symbolic Systems])
Ivan Sag - keyboards and vocals - (Professor: Dept of Linguistics; Director: Symbolic Systems Program)
Peter Sells - bass - (Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies: Dept of Linguistics)
Jamison Reed (Smeltz) - saxophones - (Stanford class of 1986 [Psychology]; professional musician extraordinaire)

Special guest stars:

Sparlha Swaby (Killing Me Softly)
Carrie McAndrews (Lady Marmalade)
Avik Maitra (Lady Marmalade)


Last modified: Fri Dec 28 10:06:11 PDT 2001 by sag@csli.stanford.edu