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Nice Mail to the Tiffany Site

#4: Nov. 1996 - Jan. 1997

Here is some of the positive feedback the Tiffany web site has received.

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Date: Fri, 31 Jan 1997 21:23:51 -0600 (CST)
From: (Vincent Pulignano)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback
WhereFound = by net surfing.

Dear Tiffany,
I really like your site.
I was just wondering, Do you have a fan club of your very 
I'm very interested in joining your fan club.
please reply to me soon.

Sincerely,      Vincent

Date: Thu, 30 Jan 1997 13:19:19 -0500 (EST)
From: Robert Johnson <>
Subject: Tiffany Correspondence

    Inever knew there was another cool Tiffany fan in the world!  I am a 
first year teacher in Charleston, South Carolina and I have adored her 
for a decade.  My fave' album is a tie between NEW INSIDE and HOLD AN OLD 
FRIEND'S HAND.  My most cherished song is "You and Me." (I haven't heard 
    I thought Tiffany looked so cool in the pictures on the NEW INSIDE 
sleeve. I loved the dark hair, defined makeup, the cool vest on the back 
cover, and Tiff's artistic demeanor. Although, if you look at the cover 
for the single "Here In My Heart," the makeup artist overdid it; however, 
all was not lost with the beautiful D. Warren penned track. When I 
graduated from high school in 1991 I nominated that song to play during 
graduation ceremonies, yet the majority of the senior call voted for the 
lyrical version of "St. Elmo's Fire."
    I was devastated when I heard MCA decided to shelve DREAMS. I believe 
their decision was somewhat based on the fact that D.Gibson's fourth 
effort BODY MIND SOUL bombed 2 months before DREAMS was scheduled to 
street. I wrote Al Teller when I heard Tiffany was dropped from the MCA 
roster. I told him he was losing a great asset that was a large part of 
my life and others.
    I tried to find a store in South and North Carolina that would order 
the DREAMS import for me, yet each attempt failed. I constantly wonder 
what it sounds like. Maybe some day.
	I heard Tiffany is moving into country which is cool with 
me;however, I am confused about her motivation. In 1991 I saw her in an 
interview post-NEW INSIDE's feeble performance. She said eventhough it 
wasn't a huge success it was still her fave' record she recorded because 
it represented the genre of music she liked to listen to. I guess her 
tastes have changed since then. I do feel Tiff can have crossover success 
with the right mixture of contry meets pop songs. There is an artist who 
looks like an older version of Tiffany named Joy Lynn White (check out 
her WILD LOVE album cover).
    When I read the notes you made about Tiff's songs I was amazed. I 
never realized that Dennis Cheese rapping on "New Inside" was Donnie from 
NKOTB. I also never realized the sequencing on the song "Never Run My 
Motor Down," in which Tiff sings "Sometimes it's hard to hit on a moving 
target," actually sounds like it's moving! "Drop That Bomb" is one of my 
fondest guilty pleasures but it took many years to grow on me.
    IF I compiled Tiffany's Greatest Hits it would be more diverse than 
the Hippo Records release (I wonder why they didn't put a bio or some 
notes and pictures of Tiff on the sleeve). My compilation would be the 
following, but remember I am basing it on her United State's releases.
                      ESSENTIAL TIFFANY 1987-1991

Danny,Spanish Eyes,I Saw Him Standing There,I Think Were Alone Now, Oh 
Jackie, All This Time, Radio Romance, Hold An Old Friend's Hand, Were 
Both Thinking of Her Tonight, Hearts Never Lie, New Inside, There Could 
Never, Tenderly, Our Love, Back in the Groove, Here In My Heart, It's 
You, I Always Thought I'd See You Again, Home, Mr. Mambo,(and my 
fave):You and Me.

Robert Johnson

Date: Thu, 30 Jan 1997 11:34:55 -0600 (CST)
From: (Mark Louque)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

Myself and a friend were up late last night studing for a 
big Biology test and were talking about the good old days 
back in school and what not. For some odd reason we were 
discussing Tiffany.  And we couldn't figure out the last 
song on her debut album.  So that is the real reason for us
lookink up this web site.  
Please send me whatever you can about Tiff and possibly the 
lyrics of SHOULD'VE BEEN, because that is my favorite song
Also let me know if she is going to make a come back anytime 
soon, because I heard her and VANILLA ICE were going on a 
come back tour together,That the rumor that's going around 
anyway.            Thanks alot and I look forward to hearing 
from you.  PEACE OUT!

Date: Mon, 27 Jan 1997 17:15:34 -0500 (EST)
Subject: tiff fan


I have to admit, I haven't always been there as a Tiffany fan. I 
was more into (and really still am) into hard rock and some Top 
40. I first got into Tiff when "I Saw Him ..." came out, and 
sorta forgot about it, writing the whole experience off as a fad. 
But not too long ago, I read about the Greatest Hits album, it 
piqued my interest, I went out and got it and a used cassette of 
"Hold ..." Needless to say, I fell in love all over again. I'm 
ready for the country CD, now. does anyone have a downloadable 
copy of that article??? 

Thanx for your site, more pix would be nice (new or old), but 
that's hardly a complaint. 

Greg Wythe

Date: Mon, 27 Jan 1997 10:33:04 -0600 (CST)
From: don' (sonya kirkland)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

i have two of tiffany album and i am look for her other two plus 
her greater hits albums so if you will like to sell or trade i be 
happy to buy them from you i don't have a e-mail address because 
i don't have a computer but i am use my school computer you can 
write me at this address and let me know 2050 south ridgewood q6 
south daytona florida 32119

Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1997 17:23:22 -0600 (CST)
From: duncan& (gianna)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback
WhereFound = just good old fashion investigation tactics

I think you should have left the nasty mail on too. we shouldn't 
censor Tiff's mail, she wouldn't want it that way.


Date: Mon, 20 Jan 1997 07:47:56 -0600 (CST)
From: (awang, ml)
WhereFound = it is my interest to find tiffany's web page.

it is so wonderful to see a newly decorated web page attribute to 
tiffany. thanks a lot for those individually or groups who update 
this site.

it is in much better view and much more information contain in 
it. the page also give current tiffany news that i've been 
searching for.

this is my second time to write to you. and it is very surprise 
for me to see this page has been updated. i sincerely 

p/s hope to find more news about tiffany future album. thanks a lot 

Date: Sat, 18 Jan 1997 22:48:22 -0600 (CST)
From: (Lora Lyons)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

Great web site!  I have a question:  Jon Knight said that
he and Tiffany NEVER were an item, but Tiffany went on 
national TV and said that they were.  Who's lying?

Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 13:34:44 -0600 (CST)
From: (don)
WhereFound = web crawler

Dan, i really like your pages about tiffany, though they were 
easier to access before you changed them, but i still think they 
are great

Date: Mon, 13 Jan 1997 20:31:35 +0000
From: Cafe Surf Public Access Email 
Organization: Cafe Surf, Birmingham
Subject: tiffany page

Keep up the great work you do for this page

 Its good to know there are still some of us left.

 Pete .   UK

Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 03:50:20 -0600 (CST)
From: (John Grippin)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback
WhereFound = webcrawler

I am so proud to know that there are still Tiff fans out there.  
I have been searching for fellow fans for sometime now.  Thank 
you for all the information, and please feel free to keep me 
posted as news comes on about Tiff.  Great site, and I am hoping 
you DO get a real chat site going on.

Thanks again,

Date: Sun, 5 Jan 1997 09:32:58 -0600 (CST)
From: (allison C. dailey)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

Tiffany still rules!!

Date: 3 Jan 1997 23:49:25 -0000
From: "Tiffany Stredwick" <>
Subject: Tiffany

I just wanted to say that I really like your Tiffany page.  I always admired
Tiffany, and I stil listen to her music.  It was a real trip to see her in
concert way back in 1989.  

Date: Thu, 2 Jan 1997 22:21:19 -0600 (CST)
From: (Jenna)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback


Date: Thu, 2 Jan 1997 22:26:08 -0500
Subject: Re: Tiffany Web Site Feedback


I came in to the site through the main hit page site,i was lookin to see if
you had the year end charts ready and saw the news about Tiffany.
Tiffany did do a country song on her CD Dreams Never Die,Sam Loves Joanne,
have you heard it ? I'm still trying to find out if she has been signed to a
record company. I have a friend that is the manager for trisha yearwood,she
is on MCA so he is going to see if Tiffany will be on MCA Nashville,or what
else he can find out,if you have any info on her manager or label please let
me know.


Date: Thu, 2 Jan 1997 18:13:15 -0600 (CST)
From: LCULP@IAW.COM (Jennifer Culp)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

Tiffany has and always will be one of my favorite singers. I wish there was
more info, and pictuers about her. If there is a way I can get involved with
more TIFFANY clubs or anything like that, PLEASE let me know. I'm a 17 year
old singer/songwriter/producer (with my own equipment) and she is one of my
inspirations! Thankyou for taking the time to read this! I appreciate it!
PLEASE E-Mail me back. If I could have an E-Mail address or an address to
write to George Tobin I'd be so so grateful! Thankyou once again!

Date: Wed, 1 Jan 1997 22:12:53 -0600 (CST)
From: (Chuck Walter)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback
PrevPage = Hitsline

Glad to see people are still intrested in Tiff, i have
 nmissed not hearing from her but look foward to her new 
country album( esp. since i am a big country music fan) Hope
fully she will do countrys music's fan fair in june.

Date: Mon, 30 Dec 1996 01:30:26 -0600 (CST)
From: (Sean Gschwind)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback
PrevPage =

I am a long time fan of Tiffany.  I first saw her perform
at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois in 1987.  I
immediately fell in love with her music and afterwards
received an autographed poster from her, which I still have.
An ex-girlfriend once got jealous of it and wanted me to
take it down.  I said no way.

One time my friend and I walked about 4 miles to a record
store where Tiffany was giving autographs.  Then we waited
in line for 2 hours to see her.  What can I say, it was
worth it.

I still listen to my Tiffany CD's often.  Some of my
favorite songs are Should Have Been Me, Feelings Of Forever,
and I like the video for All This Time.

Anyway, I hope I see her again sometime.


Date: Mon, 23 Dec 1996 21:23:16 -0500
Subject: Tiffany Web Page :-)

Hi Dan,
I wanted to thank you again for your web page devoted to Tiffany.  Not only
did I use to think I was Tiffany’s oldest fan when she was popular, it felt
like I was the only one (adult fan anyway).  It’s good to see there are
*still* other Tiffany fans out there.
Ironically, the way I became hooked was that I had a lone selection left over
for a music club I was joining.  I had seen Tiffany’s name pop up several
places, Parade Magazine I believe being one of them.  I used my extra
selection to satisfy my curiosity as to what all the fuss was about.  (The
country stations I listened to obviously weren't playing any Tiffany songs.)
 I can’t tell you what any of my other picks were when I joined that music
club, but I became hooked on Tiffany.
In early 1989, I bought a new car, an ‘88 Ford Escort EXP.  I named my car
"Tiffany" in honor of my favorite singer.  I still have "Tiffany" to this
Perhaps, I will share with you my Top 10 or 20 Tiffany songs (with comments)
in the near future.  As I told you previously, I enjoyed reading through your
list very much.  I just ordered "Dreams Never Die" through an importer, so
perhaps I will wait until after I get it.
Yours truly, a fellow fan,
Bill Kutscher

Date: Sun, 22 Dec 1996 15:04:59 -0600 (CST)
From: (Bret kole)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

Thank you for a great site that didnt mention the
words"teenybopperwasheduponehitwonder"!i think
tiffany was a great singer(i saw her in Aug of 88
in Calgary alberta canada in concert and am in full
support of an album of brand new material)she may not be
popular but she made damn good music:)
                                 All the best
                                    Bret kole

Date: Sat, 21 Dec 1996 23:38:13 -0800
From: raven <>
Organization: Tuatha De Bran @
Subject: Tiffany Stuff....


First off, let me say thank you for finally getting a Tiff page on the
Net.  Second, thanks for having so much information.  Now onto other
stuff.  I lived in Vegas when Tiff was down there performing and
unfortunately I, like I suspect a lot of her fans, was then underage.  I
also heard about Dreams Never Die about the same time and was ecstatic. 
And then saddened to see that it never came out.  So now some advice to
all the others who may want to get it.  Forget the Warehouse, forget Sam
Goody or the Musicland.  Go to the smaller, independant, music stores
and ask if they can order through Phantom.  If so, then you can get a
copy of Dreams Never Die from Japan.  It'll cost about twice as much as
a regular CD, but I think it's worth it.  
The jacket liner notes say that it is a new 'mature, laid back' project
for Tiff, showing a new more laid back approach to life, and yes, the
songs are semi-rock, but just as true and good as her earlier hits.  I
feel that should they release some of the songs such as "Ruthless" or
"Can't You See" Tiff would be a major force in music again.
For those of who may not know the playlist of the album it includes two
remakes, "Kiss the Ground" by a seventies band, and "These Arms of Mine"
by Otis Redding.  It also has new works, some written by George Tobin. 
The list is:
If Love is Blind
Kiss the Ground
Can't You See (a powerful ballad that is easily my favorite on the whole
Dreams Never Die
That One Blue Candle
Almost in Love
These Arms of Mine (a provacotive retelling of the Otis Redding hit
going back to her R&B days, and dropping the funk)
Sam Loves Joanne (must be heard)
We're the Truth

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Date: Fri, 20 Dec 1996 16:10:18 -0600 (CST)
From: (Bill Kutscher)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback
PrevPage = search from AOL's home page

I really enjoyed the articles about Tiffany.  I'll
be back to read the ones I didn't catch this time.

Date: Fri, 20 Dec 1996 16:58:49 -0500
Subject: List of Tiffany's Songs

Hi Dan,
I enjoyed very much your list and comments about Tiffany's songs.  It's hard
to compare ratings since I only have her first three albums and the Greatest
Hits CD.
I hope she makes a comeback.  In the meantime, I'll see if I can track down
the "Dreams Never Die" album.
Bill Kutscher

Date: Mon, 9 Dec 1996 17:33:41 -0600 (CST)
From: (JenniferBorgognoni)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

I wish yall had a talk place where the people that come in here can talk to
Tiff on here it would be real fun.

Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 15:40:07 -0600 (CST)
From: (Joe Valenzuela)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

I love Tiffany!  She rocks my world...ever since I was 10 I have loved
her...I enjoy her music till this day!  My all time fave is "Kiss You All
Over"  & "Danny."  Keep up the good work...

Date: Tue, 26 Nov 1996 06:06:10 -0600 (CST)
From: (Julian Cassin)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

Good page - the only one I found on Internet so far.
I didn't see ANY new Tiffany CD when I was in China for
most of 1993.

It is also not in Australia.

Date: Wed, 13 Nov 1996 21:51:59 -0600 (CST)
From: DMarti5729 (Don)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

I think that this is an absolutely great web site.  It is so good to know 
that people still care about TIFFANY thanks so much

Date: Wed, 13 Nov 1996 14:48:31 -0600 (CST)
From: (Merideth Wilson)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

cool site, you should put up the lyrics of Tiffany's songs.

Date: Mon, 11 Nov 1996 12:33:27 +0000 (WET)
From: Brian OD <>
Subject: Tiffany

  I almost typed in 'Tiffany' in infoseek as a curiosity measure, not
expecting to find anything. I can't tell you how surprised and happy I am
that I did. As far as I knew, she only done one album (books I found never
mentioned any others). Now it turns out shes done about 4!!
  I liked her since 'I think we`re alone now' was in the charts, and I
suppose she was kinda my first crush (I was only 11 or 12). And 'I think
we`re alone now' was the first song I ever sung on karaoke (I saw her
standing there was the second: notice a connection?).
  I just want to say that I like the page and was glad to get some up to
date information on her( as far as the UK is concerned, she seemed to
disappear after 1989). Has any of her other albums been release in the UK?
(I haven't seen any). I suppose I could try to order it in as an import
  Thanks for letting me know whats actually happening.

Brian O'Donnell

"If wishes were leaves, the trees would be falling" -R.E.M. ,'Stand'


Date: Sun, 10 Nov 1996 00:09:12 -0600 (CST)
From: (Sonja Zupevec)
Subject: Tiffany Web Site Feedback

I really miss Tiffany's music.  No one has a voice like her.
Who else thinks we should bring her back??????  Write me,
and I will love to talk to you about her and other things!

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