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  1. Faz replied:

    Nice page Keyvan! :) Wish I could
    do a page half as good as that, and I work for an
    ISP too! 😮 Cya! -Faz

    January 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  2. Natxo replied:

    hi!! from Spain Really nice Pages

    January 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  3. Oscar Cifuentes replied:

    Cool Page :-)

    January 29th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  4. Jyoti Mishra replied:

    Lovely pages, Keyvan. I’m very
    flattered, love and kisses, Jyoti

    February 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  5. Ele replied:

    Looks familiar 😉

    February 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  6. Chris Mecca replied:

    This Page rulz…

    February 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  7. Dorothy Robinson replied:

    From the fist time I heard the
    single Your Women I loved it and I hope to hear
    a lot more great songs when the aldum comes out.

    February 5th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  8. Rene Lisac replied:

    Well,it’s all right, could have
    more pictures or somthin’. But ‘Your Woman’ is fabulous.
    Deserves more attention then that.

    February 8th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  9. Gav replied:

    Looks cool !!!

    February 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  10. Sky replied:

    Heheh, Sky like Mr. White Town
    music person page.

    February 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  11. Rene Lisac replied:

    I just recived your message. I
    was bloody surprised when I saw it. As I saw it,
    I couldn’t wait to download the wav file. Hope you’ll
    get more stuff about White Town, more songs, pictures
    and of course more visitors. I’ll wisit your site
    frequently,so better make it good.Perfect. Thank
    you very much ‘White Town’s fan’ Rene Lisac

    February 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  12. Mike B replied:

    I used to Jyoti a long time ago
    when I lived in Derby. I was in a shit band called
    The Village – but I had a little 8 track studio
    and I recorded some of Jyoti’s early work Somebody
    ask Jyoti about Cut the music!

    February 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  13. Gunnis replied:

    I just have to say that I love
    your music, and wondered when you are coming to

    February 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  14. Johanna Oscarsson replied:

    Great page, I love White Town!
    Cant you put in some pictures of White Town ? Thank
    you, I`ll be back !

    February 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  15. natalie dejonghe replied:

    I love it. You’re page kicks ass.

    February 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  16. Odette Dowdle replied:

    Nice to hear something that means
    something again!!! Don’t let it slip away!!! Brilliant
    single, should have stayed at No.1 for longer than
    1 week. UK charts and media don’t know what a good
    single is, when it’s right in front of them. So
    what’s new!!!!!

    February 22nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  17. toni newville replied:

    a great page for a great band!

    February 24th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  18. Matt L replied:

    Jyoti told me about this page and
    I’m glad he did!!! He just E-Mailed me so i came
    on in! I think White Town rock and I think that
    Jyoti has made the best music in ages!! Just wait
    until next years Brit awards! Who needs Spice Girls?!

    February 25th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  19. Suzy replied:

    I listen to an alternative radio
    station, here in St. Paul, and ‘Your Woman’ by White
    Town is the best song on the radio! It’s a really
    cool song, and I like the band’s style. But they
    are so new, that I don’t know any info!! White Town
    is the best new band!!

    February 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  20. Larry Cristea replied:

    Nice homepage!

    February 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  21. holly moser replied:

    Hey! I dig your white town page
    – very informative. Have you listened to the album?
    What do you think? Thanks, Holly

    February 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  22. Randy DeArmond replied:

    The new CD’s cool

    February 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  23. Joe Dormer replied:


    February 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  24. Thomas Gillespie replied:

    This homepage is brill!

    February 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  25. Gabriella 69 replied:

    This page is by far the best White
    Town web site I have seen so far. It’s going on
    my personal bookmarks…

    February 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  26. NEXXUS6 replied:

    Its is so wonderful to know that
    there are people in this scarry little world who
    are brave enough to risk six (six) years of their
    lives for a dream. I respect that and live the same
    law. People of the world… …it’s time to take
    matters into our own hands a and live life to its
    fullest. Jyoti, thanks for being awake in a wold
    where so many sleep. Maybe one day people will get
    the picture and just do what their hearts say. Your
    friend on the other end, NEXXUS6

    February 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  27. Kaspar Kamsakann replied:

    Greetings from Estonia, Radio Tartu
    100, 2 FM.We love your music and we play it! Also
    we would like to get some more information about
    White Town. So, if it`s not a problem for you, please
    E-mail us! Kaspar Kamsakann, Radio Tartu 100, 2
    FM, Estonia.

    February 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  28. Rob replied:

    Greetings from down under! “Your
    Woman” has just started to appear on NZ radio
    and has become very popular very quickly. Great

    March 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  29. Mark Tait replied:

    Loved the single, including 2,3,&4
    Keep up the excellent writing… and inspiration
    to everyone.. Thank you for the music :-) Mark Tait,
    Images In Glass

    March 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  30. Hernando Rozo replied:

    Its amazing to find an album that
    expresses the way one feels, I’m going through difficult
    times (with a woman) your songs help relieve the
    pain. Thanks

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  31. Selene R. Wilkes replied:

    “Your Woman” rocks. :)

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  32. jon satrom replied:

    i have an independent/undergroung
    television show and we are looking for music videos,
    animation, and anything else. if you could please
    spread the news we would love you forever. thank
    you, ‘the idiot box’

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  33. Gringo replied:

    nicely laidout page!!!!!!!!!

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  34. Elena Tsirline replied:

    Ele recommended me to see your
    page and so I did. I think it’s absolutely marvellous
    what you’ve done here. I’m off to the official White
    Town Page now. Ciao. Elena

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  35. angie benedict replied:

    white town is a great band they
    started to play your woman on the radio station
    here I love the song.

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  36. Xzibit replied:

    i cant get that song ”your woman”
    out of my head!!!!

    March 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  37. Sniff replied:

    OK I’ll leave a message G’day all

    March 3rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  38. Johanna Andersson replied:

    White Town is best !!!

    March 3rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  39. Ken Shahoian replied:

    Great page!

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  40. Sk8Punk901 replied:

    White Town Rules.

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  41. Dave Monk replied:

    Already sent email… Like I said,
    great work.

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  42. David Keder replied:

    How are you guys doin’? Your band
    is the greatest, and keep makin’ them songs like
    yourwoman, cuz thet’re good…

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  43. Dana R. replied:

    I was so amused by “your woman”
    that I’ve decided to find some info about this band.

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  44. Martin Hallett replied:


    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  45. Andrew replied:

    White Town is cool.

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  46. ohad rose replied:

    i luv ur site its beautiful the
    wavs r great n so r the lyrics please add me 2 the
    mailing list please tell me on what news servers
    can i find please tell me what
    u think about the indiepop site please tell me what
    search engines lead 2 ur site thnq in advance for
    all n keep up the good work

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  47. Miia Nieminen replied:

    Great page!

    March 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  48. Dennis Joensson replied:

    Id like to thank you for a nice
    page. I bought “Your Woman” and saw the
    address on the backside. Ive listened to some of
    the samples and will probably go buy the entire
    record. Thanks !

    March 5th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  49. Sam Bryant AKA Unstable Army replied:

    Why do you listen to 95.8 FM? It
    is Crap(ital). Thay just paly the samt song every
    3 hours, and never that good ones. Try Radio 1 97-99
    FM. It is much better

    March 5th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  50. Felix Bennett replied:

    Just picked up my copy of “Women
    In Technology”. I have got to give it Two thumbs
    up. I am a Club DJ for the US Air Force and “Your
    woman” will be on my play list. Keep up the
    good work. D.J. Felix “the Cat”

    March 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  51. Catherine Naylor replied:

    I heard “Your Woman”
    while I was in England a few months ago and loved
    it. It is finally getting some air time here. Appreciate
    your web page.

    March 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  52. Rob Fleay replied:

    Nice page…I’ve heard that White
    Town session folk..Rob Fleay & Ann Pearson’s
    band Sienna are *particularly* good. Please be sure
    to keep an eye out for their delightful music too!
    : )

    March 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  53. Gemma McDermott replied:

    Great! When’s the new single out?

    March 7th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  54. feing replied:


    March 8th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  55. christine mcclellan replied:

    I like how there was so many sound
    clips.I only wish you had more info on White Town.

    March 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  56. walt skidmore replied:

    I’m not sure what the exact purpose
    of this guestbook is.. I do know, however, that
    White Town is odd but good.

    March 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  57. bex replied:

    well i just love “your woman”…
    i heard it for the 2nd time here in new jersey on
    mtv today which prompted me to find out more and
    so i just found your site i’m a big fan of mike
    leigh’s films and well “your woman” is
    just so “meantime” in it’s sound… which
    is just way too cool for me cause i love the music
    from that film the video for it is very much like
    meantime too :-) i’d love to know whether all this
    is just my imagination or if as i guess “meantime”
    is a big influence in this song… someone please
    email me and let me know :-) anyway so i’ll buy
    the cd as soon as i get back to London, and the
    site’s great by the way

    March 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  58. Justin Clark replied:

    YOur cd is good-great-grand-wonderful

    March 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  59. Alisa T. Daniels replied:

    Excellent page

    March 11th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  60. DARCY HUFSTADER replied:

    I really hadn’t heard of White
    Town before the totally wonderful song ” your
    woman ” came out. I just love the song and
    I WILL buy the cd when I get some $. White Town
    really original and I appreciate that. Darcy

    March 11th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  61. stphane replied:

    I have just discovered your woman
    for a couple a days on the radio and i find very
    nice to hear this very good song on the web and
    the others thanks sorry for my english…

    March 11th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  62. Vickie Suto (leadfoot) replied:

    Great page

    March 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  63. Piotr Paszkiewicz replied:

    I enjoyed Your page very much but
    how can I see all songs text (not only “Give
    me some pain”)?

    March 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  64. Agata replied:

    Your page is very interesting.
    I like it very much.

    March 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  65. Agata replied:

    Your page is very interesting.
    I like it very much.

    March 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  66. Sarah Prodan replied:

    I heard “Your Woman”
    on the radio and got the single! It’s great and
    I’m glad the radios here are finally getting into
    some different stuff

    March 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  67. Trina replied:

    hi! that is soo cool how you have
    all the sound clips for all those songs. (unfortunately,
    the sound on my computer doesn’t work anymore so
    i can’t hear em!) anyway, white town has really
    kewl music and i went to their web page (official?!!)
    and it reccommended it to yours. so, is it worth
    it to get the cd? white town rocks!!

    March 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  68. Marilyn Morris replied:


    March 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  69. Tobias replied:

    I love “Your Woman”.
    It`s a great song.

    March 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  70. Wendy Cardigan replied:

    Hello! I really like this page!!!
    I like White town so this is the perfect page for
    me! Just now Im listening to your woman and at
    the same time writing this! Great HOMEPAGE!!!! Tanx
    for the space Ive taken! Bye!

    March 16th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  71. Jasmine replied:

    White Town is the best band/group
    that I’ve heard in along time! I can’t wait till
    I buy the whole c.d.

    March 17th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  72. Wes Hughes replied:

    Great Pages! I am new to White
    Town, but I am loving the lyrics, and the sounds!!!
    I will be a frequent visiter to this site!!!

    March 17th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  73. Gargamel replied:

    White Town Kicks Ass

    March 17th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  74. Felicia replied:

    Wow! I had heard this song before
    and I was wondering what it was because it sounded
    so great and now I found it! Thanks!!!!

    March 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  75. Dean replied:

    Love the site! Hello from sunny
    So. Cal.!

    March 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  76. Scott replied:

    The band “White Town”
    is really cool. I would like to see more homepages
    about the band!

    March 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  77. sergio L. replied:

    white town kicks ass

    March 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  78. Tom Hoke replied:

    i want a pic of you

    March 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  79. Erk!! replied:

    Nice site !!!!!! Whos Ele ?????
    Greetings……….. Erk.

    March 19th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  80. Eric Teh replied:

    I think this page is very cool
    , especially the song your woman . Keep up the good

    March 19th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  81. Hebba Lana Kachami replied:

    Great page, best on the net so
    far =) Hope that one day I may be able to join your
    ring of merry white towners, but I have to check
    up on my memory position first (oh and set up the
    entire homepage ) hehe cya!

    March 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  82. Ben Hughlett replied:

    this is one of the best music pages
    ive ever been to

    March 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  83. brian replied:

    i just wanted to say that i love
    white town. i haven’t heard anything like them in
    a long time. “your woman” is a fantastic
    song. keep up the good work guys.

    March 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  84. Thomas Muench replied:

    Hallo fans. I am a german White
    Town fan and I love this music. Are there other
    german fans here? Please write back. My name is
    Thomas, I am 21 yeras old and student in cologne.

    March 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  85. Cuong Doan replied:

    I love “Your Woman”!
    It’s a great song!

    March 21st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  86. Philipp Woock replied:

    I wrote an e-mail to you, isnt
    that enough????

    March 21st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  87. Captain Bear replied:

    Hey yo, well…umm….. nice…but
    the design is TOO NORMAL… gotta refresh it!
    ! 😉 bie, CAPTAIN BEAR P.S.: And I guess what they
    say is true, I could never spend my life with a
    man like you ! I could never be your woman…..
    P.P.S.: I AM MALE ! 😉

    March 21st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  88. steve replied:

    Again, an Indian has prevailed.
    Jyoti, aka White town, is da man. His music and
    lyrics outweigh all other competition. That means
    you Babylon Zoo!

    March 22nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  89. Dustin Bowlin replied:

    We’ve got a bet going, is the singer
    of “Your Woman” a male or female.

    March 23rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  90. Harpreet Panesar replied:

    love the song “your woman”!!
    White Town is gaining popularity in the states!!
    Keep coming with the cool songs and go on concert!!

    March 23rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  91. seb replied:

    wow..i’d never heard of white town
    until a couple days ago when i first heard “your
    woman” on the radio. it just stuck in my head
    instantly…white town rules! great page!

    March 23rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  92. David Cooper (Coop) replied:

    Your Woman is excellent. The vid
    caught my eye first, then I picked up a magazine
    with a CD sampler in it that just happened (just
    pure luck) have the song on it. I’ve just read an
    article on them in the magazine that the sampler
    came in (CMJ New Music Monthly for April GREAT CD
    overall). But know nothing else about them. What’s
    their history?

    March 24th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  93. Brian Toy replied:

    I think White town’s song “your
    woman” kicks some ***!!!!

    March 24th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  94. Jon McIntyre replied:

    Make the “Your Woman”
    sound bit longer. P.S. What does that mean? Isn’t
    he a HE?

    March 24th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  95. Kat replied:

    I had never even heard of White
    Town until “Your Woman” woke me up this
    morning on my clockradio. I haven’t been able to
    get the “dum dum da-dum dum da-dum dum da-dum
    dum” out of my head all day! But I am very
    impressed with the song and your page. Done well!

    March 25th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  96. Katie replied:

    Your homepage is neat! White-Town
    is too. kt

    March 26th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  97. Susan Cavallaro replied:

    Hi i love the music keep producing
    good up beat songs like “your woman” those
    are good songs. there are alot of good songs on
    the cd other than the one i mention listen to the
    whole cd ! susan! aka

    March 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  98. Michael Watkins replied:

    Please E-mail me, if possible regarding
    the samples used in “Your Woman.” Is it
    all from Super Mario? Thanks! Michael Watkins

    March 29th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  99. Olaf Schmitz replied:

    “Your Woman” and “Give
    me some pain” are great songs! Please do not
    get mixed up with the current success, which is
    always important as I know. After my first shoot
    record I have not released on within 8 years – but
    I still plan …

    March 30th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  100. kyle mason replied:

    once again the British have come
    to save us. they saved us from disco in the early
    80’s with wonderful bands like the smiths. Now they
    have saved us from mindless generation-X style music
    so prevailent in the US days I absolutely love “your
    woman” and that means a lot from someone who
    hates almost everything. We shouldn’t have revolted.
    I will be interested in hearing the rest of the

    March 30th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  101. Thomas Gillespie replied:

    This is the second time I have
    signed your book, and I love the changes you have
    made since last time.

    March 30th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  102. Susan Ryan replied:

    I’m kind of lost. For some reason
    or another, I happened to write down the web address
    for white town. I don’t remember where I saw it
    or anything, but I must have been interested enough
    to have written it down with the intention of looking
    it up. Anyway, now that I’ve seen your page and
    read some lyrics, I’m totally interested. I’m going
    to search some stores in Phila. to see if I can
    find some White Town albums or singles. If I can’t,
    then I should be in touch again. Susan

    April 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  103. Lady Kaede replied:

    Hello, Great site! I’m a big WT
    fan and loved your page, especially the pics and
    wavs. I have started a mailing list for White Town
    and was wondering if you’d be interested in helping
    me publicize it on your page, as I have no web page
    capabilities. To subscribe to the list, please send
    mail to . To post to the list,
    email . Sorry for the spam but
    each little thing has to start somewhere… :) Thanks,
    Leslie :)

    April 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  104. Ira Ross replied:

    Cool page! I like White Town alot!

    April 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  105. Jnnifer replied:

    White Town was introduced to me
    last week by my boyfriend, now I can’t get enough
    of them! :)

    April 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  106. FeliP replied:

    -Your page is great. Tu pagina
    es genial. -Congratulations!! Felicitaciones !!
    -Adios, Bye, FeliP

    April 5th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  107. melissa replied:

    i love the song Your Woman it is
    a very good song!

    April 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  108. Irja replied:

    Just checkin’ you out! Hope you
    can send me some tour info when you guys hit the
    states. Thanks, irja

    April 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  109. Ziad Marzouka replied:

    This site is one of the best sites
    I’ve seen.

    April 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  110. Vicky replied:

    White Town kicks some @. I like
    “Your Woman”. Umm… Errr… Yeah stay
    Awesome (thank 92.3 KROCK for playin ya on the radio,
    that’s where I discovered you!)

    April 7th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  111. Jyoti replied:

    Oooh – still lots of crazy entries…well
    done, Keyvan :-)

    April 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  112. Elmo Recio replied:

    White town is the coolest band
    around. It just displaced “love and rockets”
    for me as the number one spot!

    April 16th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  113. Pete b. replied:

    I like this page because its supporting
    a second electronic revolution. White Town deserves
    alot of respect, he has alot of guts to become part
    of the “Electronica” front in this day
    in age. He is also adding to the sound that groups
    like Depeche mode and Pet Shop Boys have given us
    for almost two decades. Two thumbs up for this sight
    and for White Town.

    April 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  114. Asra Ahmad replied:

    Cracker-Jack job. Keep up the good

    April 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  115. jeff marks replied:

    Your web page is much better then
    Whitetowns web page. I am addicted to Your Woman!!

    April 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  116. Himanshu Patni replied:

    Great Page!!! Nice RealAudio and
    WAV Files too!!!

    April 19th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  117. Ganga Fernando replied:

    White town is really Kool ! I’m
    hooked on the song ‘Your woman’ and was so relieved
    that there was a Web Page ! This is really great

    April 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  118. Kristie Boucher replied:

    White town is so cool. i stumbled
    on the video on M2’s sample hour and fell in love
    with it. it is too good. the cd is also good but
    i love all the music and synth sound of your woman.

    April 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  119. HeAtHeR replied:

    Your Woman by White Town RoCkS!
    ! ! !

    April 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  120. Chris Ward replied:

    Your women is a cool song

    April 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  121. Oksana replied:

    I just wanted to say that your
    CD is absolutely fabulous!!! I listen to it constantly!!…”Your
    Woman” is what drew me in, but I have to admit
    that I love the songs “Wanted” and “Undressed”
    as well!! Keep up the good work!!….I look foward
    to seeing more releases from you!!!…You’re great!..=o)

    April 22nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  122. Kimberley Jamieson replied:

    Your Woman just rules

    April 26th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  123. jack replied:

    I Love White Town

    April 26th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  124. Sarah replied:

    This is one great site worth surfing!
    Nothing but great reviews here. I think that whitetown’s
    sound is great! Their record is really great! Everythings
    just really great!

    April 26th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  125. Bill replied:

    I wanted to let you know that I
    found your page while searching for Chris Moyles
    – TOP DJ!

    April 26th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  126. John Harissis replied:

    I LOVE WHITE TOWN!!! Such skill…!

    April 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  127. Aryk Moore replied:

    I LOVE WHITE TOWN!!! Such skill…!

    April 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  128. Mohit Rathod replied:

    I LOVE WHITE TOWN!!! Such skill…!

    April 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  129. Matthew Montgomery replied:

    great page!

    April 29th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  130. Wendy replied:

    White Town RULES.. wicked page

    April 30th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  131. Heather replied:

    This page is really great e-mail
    me if your kewl!! Luv Ya Heather

    May 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  132. Ophelia McMillan replied:

    I loved your homepage. It was pretty
    damn good!! WHITE TOWN RULES!!

    May 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  133. Ophelia McMillan replied:

    I loved your homepage. It was pretty
    damn good!! Ummm…. that’s all.

    May 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  134. Angela Fernandez replied:

    Uh…………… yeah.

    May 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  135. Goo1982 replied:

    your woman is cool

    May 5th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  136. James Marriott replied:


    May 7th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  137. George "Icepic" replied:

    hello to all White TOWN fans! I’m
    became a fan just recently after I heard “Your
    Women” and have liked the band since. I waz
    wondering if anyone has any music, or waves, or
    realPlayer clips of White Town to send them to my
    E-Mail if you would be so kind. I would return the
    favor by sending you other music smaples or clips!

    May 8th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  138. Wax replied:

    Cool page!! my friend Erin introduced
    me to White Town and i think your woman is such
    a kewl song… Anyways Kewl PAGE!!!

    May 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  139. jaycen young replied:

    I just got introduced to the music
    of white town but i love it. If you like “your
    women” then i highly suggest “wanted”

    May 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  140. Landon Reid replied:

    Nothing witty (or urbane) to say,
    just the ubiquitous, “Cool Site.” Peace,

    May 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  141. Lesley replied:

    white town rocks! this is a really
    groovy page. i’m impressed. anyhoo, “your woman”
    has to be one of the coolest songs ever!

    May 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  142. Karry and Katie Stevens replied:

    We love Your Woman!

    May 11th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  143. Donald L. Andersond replied:

    This is pretty cool!

    May 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  144. Hille Greenwald (Alanis and L replied:

    White Town’s nice, but no one can
    beat alanis or lisa stansfield. NOT THAT WHITE-TOWN

    May 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  145. Siri replied:

    Great Page, Great Music, White
    Town is the best

    May 13th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  146. Amelia replied:

    Been searching all day for White

    May 13th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  147. Krista and Kelly replied:


    May 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  148. Cherre Goodsby replied:

    i could never be your woman!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    May 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  149. Tina replied:

    Hello, How are you? I LOVE White

    May 17th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  150. kaput™ replied:

    what can i say? “Your Woman”
    is absolutely W-I-C-K-E-D !! =) WOOO HOOO!!!! The
    radio stations ‘ere have been playing this number
    day in day out! and i AIN’T complainin’ ! Cheers!

    May 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  151. Eric replied:

    Hello. I happen to think that “White
    Town” is a rather… umm… how should I say…
    an “interesting” industrial band. It’s
    a shame that “Your Woman” is the only
    good song on the “Women In Technology”
    album, but oh well, I suppose they need to work
    a bit more. And MY! What a strange voice the lead
    singer has! Ms. Pearson sounds like Trent Reznor
    of “Nine Inch Nails”. I thought it was
    a man when I first heard her! What I really would
    like to have is some pictures of her to see what
    she looks like. So could someone mail some to me?

    May 19th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  152. Tyler Panagabko replied:


    May 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  153. Jason Pelley replied:

    Cool site, not too much else can
    be sad but that.

    May 22nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  154. Michael Thomson replied:

    Wow, White Town mania! Thanx Jyoti
    for a superb album (one of the best this year, for
    sure), and commiserations on missing out on the
    naughty forty with “Undressed”. You’ll
    always have buckets of support from us though…
    Oh, and another thing. I’d like to do an almighty
    “I’m not worthy!!” in you’re general direction…
    mainly because I have an eight track as well, and
    although I have buckets of confidence in my songs,
    I just can’t polish them as well as you do with
    yours. What’s your secret? I need to know! Thanks
    for reading this, and good luck with “Wanted”
    (though you should release “Going Nowhere Somehow”
    if you ask me). Ta da…!

    May 22nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  155. chica replied:

    i have no homepage, no e-mail adress…
    sorry! but i just wanna say thank you, and want
    you to know there’s many fans in the whole world,
    even in japan! (not really succeed.. it’s a wonder..)
    …i felt surprise at pretty big success in america…
    um, mmmm! sorry again. i speak japanese, usually,
    so… i hope you can understand what i mean, my
    really bad english. and… bye!

    May 24th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  156. Lisa Fowler replied:

    I love your site! it’s the bomb!!

    May 24th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  157. Sunstream_ replied:

    It’s great you have a White Town
    page, my only complaint is that I didn’t hear any
    songs because it was taking forever to download
    them so I gave up. Keep up the good work!

    May 25th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  158. Magali Chauvet replied:

    I initially thought YOUR WOMAN
    was about an British Indian lesbian who was writing
    to Australian politician Pauline Hanson! I guess
    my interpretation actually wasn’t that far from
    a possible truth. Congratulations Jyoti, I hope
    your message gets through to those who need to hear

    May 29th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  159. Elin replied:

    This is great.White Town is so
    cool.Its just me frome Sweden here.The first Swede
    in the guestbook.I`m sooo HAPPY!

    May 29th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  160. Melissa Yue replied:

    Totally awesome page, man. White
    Town Rocks!

    May 31st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  161. Nicolla replied:

    Cool homepage, with great thing
    and music clippings on the band. And the music downloads,

    May 31st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  162. Carey Baker replied:

    What new songs are you working
    on now? I like the songs you have out now. I will
    be waiting to here your new releases. Carey Baker

    June 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  163. Amanda replied:

    When I hear your songs I get really
    razzed! You really excite me and my friends!! You’re
    my fave band!!!!

    June 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  164. Ed McMann replied:

    Wonderful page.

    June 4th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  165. Steve Worden replied:

    This is a terrific web site. Keyvan
    is doing a great job maintaining it, with talent
    and enthusiasm. Wondering now, will success inspire
    Jyoti to create more pop tunes like YOUR WOMAN?
    The pressure is on, Jyoti! The world is watching.
    Scary! But I bet you can do it. Crank out a dozen
    of those babies! It was brilliant to use the antique
    record trumpet riff.

    June 7th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  166. Misti replied:

    White Town RuLeS!!!This page ia
    da’ bomb! Keep up the very good work.

    June 8th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  167. Jeff Hill replied:

    Awesome sound clips, they were
    very clear!

    June 8th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  168. Ross Bombaci replied:

    I think this is a COOL webpage
    and keep it up,Ross

    June 8th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  169. Taiki replied:

    I like the song ‘Your Woman.’ It
    is so COOL!

    June 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  170. Chantelle Walker replied:

    I love White Town!!!!!

    June 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  171. Geoff Merritt replied:

    glad jyoti is generating such interest…
    happy to have been part of it.

    June 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  172. Virginia V. replied:

    This is the coolest place I’ve
    been to! I love it!It’s really cool when your looking
    around and you can hear”Your woman” at
    the same time! I love White Town, so keep up the
    fun site

    June 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  173. gavyn replied:

    E X C E L L E N T ! ! ! one of
    the best websites i have evr been to!!

    June 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  174. John Fulton replied:

    For an old rock and roller to buy
    a new CD it must be good .

    June 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  175. Thomas Gillespie replied:

    Hi!I hope more people can go to
    my site as it is new! PS love your pages!

    June 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  176. jasmin feldkamp replied:

    White Town is awesome

    June 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  177. Jami replied:

    HELLO,your band rocks!!!!!I love
    all of your songs!!!!!!

    June 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  178. Paul Refsnider replied:


    June 15th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  179. j daman replied:

    i can’t possibly describe how much
    i love white town. i am completely obsessed. please,
    jyoti, make the rest of your releases more available
    to people like me and make much much more music.
    ciao, love everyone

    June 17th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  180. Jason A.K.A. replied:

    hi there i like white town as you
    can see by my email address! nice page

    June 18th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  181. justin flynn replied:

    the song your women is the greatest
    song ever written.please send me a copy 812 kimberly
    winona miss 38967 i would realy like to have one

    June 19th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  182. nick replied:

    I love your site!!! In my opinion
    its perfect!!! nothing to add ‘cept interviews and
    what-not really enjoyed it!!!

    June 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  183. Hoodo replied:

    “Your Woman” makes me
    dream..its fantastic!:)

    June 22nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  184. Roger Wilkie replied:

    Your site is really really GOOD!!!!!!

    June 23rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  185. Mystery Lady replied:

    Kickin’ page! I love it! Keep it

    June 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  186. Jyoti replied:

    June 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  187. John Sanchez replied:

    First heard this song (“Your
    Woman”) all night long when I met Kizzy…

    June 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  188. Andrew Campbell replied:


    June 29th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  189. Kyle McIntyre replied:

    Hello hello hello….HE – LLO!
    I must say that I have been following White Town
    ever since I heard “Your Woman”….Jyoti
    is for lack of better words amazing..I really believe
    that sums up my thoughts.I am so interested in White
    Town…I have been out frequently looking around,
    trying to find some of his earlier stuff. I hope
    “Socialism, Sexism, and Sexuality” is
    re-released. Great job on the web page…a wonderful
    ode to the man that is WHITE TOWN!

    June 30th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  190. Joey Fang replied:

    Whew! White Town is da bomb! Your
    Woman is wonderful! Nice songs, Jyoti, keep it up!

    July 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  191. Jennifer replied:

    Even if your page isn’t updated
    yet it’s still one of the best pages about White
    Town.Keep up the great work.

    July 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  192. Jason Gordon replied:


    July 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  193. J Warner replied:

    Great homepage. Love White Town

    July 7th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  194. Michael Avila replied:

    I love white town, your music could
    open my eyes. Now, i think different about the women,
    they are the best in the world. I love my girlfriend.

    July 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  195. Africa replied:

    This Web Page is Great. It’s the
    first one like it for White Town which is Cool!!!

    July 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  196. Betsy replied:

    I really love your White Town homepage.
    U did a good job. I will definately come back again
    to see the new things u will put in. Well keep up
    the good work. babye ~

    July 9th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  197. Trippicka replied:

    “Your Woman” is the only
    song by White Town I really like, but I haven’t
    taken any time to check out his other stuff so I
    can’t really make anymore comments about that.

    July 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  198. Matt replied:

    great site. love ” thursday
    at the blue note.” congrats to Ele and jyoti.

    July 13th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  199. Loun replied:

    Great page about White Town. I
    think they are so kewl with their hit song, “Your
    Woman.” Where can I get their single? I don’t
    want to whole album because I’m not sure if all
    the songs on there are as kewl as the “Your
    Woman.” I just want the single.

    July 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  200. Tommy replied:

    I just bought the new WT CD &
    I love it!! Would love to see WT tour the US as
    soon as possible!! Enjoyed your WT web page-nice
    work. Hello to all the other WT fans out there.
    “Women in Tech” is incredible-if you dont
    have it yet, go out & get it now!!

    July 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  201. shtuff replied:

    great site. love ” thursday
    at the blue note.” congrats to Ele and jyoti.

    July 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  202. Shea Bliss replied:

    I love it. I came for the music,
    I stayed for the webpage. Very very nice. All my
    friends are gonna be hearing about this site. Tres
    Nifty. =)

    July 25th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  203. Elizabeth Anne McCrary(Libby) replied:

    My favorite song is Your Women!
    I Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    July 26th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  204. Trevor Mitchler replied:

    That’s a kick ass page you got

    July 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  205. hails replied:

    Your Women is really good.

    July 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  206. Garrett replied:

    I love your music

    July 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  207. Thufir replied:

    I love the song “Your Woman”
    by white town and it is simply wonderful. Could
    you tell me where i can get the full version of
    the song?

    July 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  208. Janelle replied:

    great site! it’s phat. keep coming
    out w/ great songs keep it up!!! Where do you get
    the single to ” Your Woman? “

    July 30th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  209. The Sore Head! replied:

    I absolutely LOVE Your Woman, it’s
    the best song ever! I want it I want it and I want
    it bad!!

    August 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  210. Beccka141 replied:

    Kewl Page!!!!!!!!!

    August 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  211. ty tan replied:

    I like your page. As the only recording
    I can get in my country is ‘Women in Tech’, this
    page therefore does wonders for me to satiate my
    curiosity about this new band. Kindly keep me updated
    on news about the band. Thanks!

    August 3rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  212. Shandi Lang (a.k.a. Goo/Pooh replied:

    I love “Your Woman !!!!!!!!”

    August 6th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  213. Richard Holleworth replied:

    Nice Page! Shame about the Midi

    September 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  214. Thinh Nguyen replied:

    Cool site!

    September 27th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  215. dodo replied:

    When I first heard “Your Woman”
    I thought it was fantastic, there aren’t many people
    who make synth-pop these days, and I was delighted
    to see there still are some. I bought the album
    when it was released and despite the critics, I
    love it. I’ve been playing the keyboard for 3 years
    now, and at last I bought a real synth, maybe one
    day you’ll find me in the charts! Love, dodo

    September 28th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  216. Amanda Lambert replied:

    I am a huge fan of White Town.
    Many think that I have compared the Group to such
    bands as Prodigy and Savage Garden, but White Town
    is truly in a class of its own: one hell of a band!!!

    October 7th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  217. Andrea Restrepo replied:

    I love the song “your woman”
    the lyrics are great!

    October 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  218. Ryan replied:

    I find it amazing that a group
    with only one hit song would have a whole ring dedicated
    to it. I like that “your woman” song and
    if i could find the single i would buy it but since
    i cannot find it i guess i’ll have to do without.

    October 14th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  219. Chris Stevens replied:

    Love ‘Your Woman’

    October 16th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  220. Rachel Melendez replied:

    this is the bomb web page please
    write back i love white town

    October 17th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  221. Mattias"DJ StarFire*&quo replied:

    Nice homepage! Go and see mine!!
    Don’t forget to sign the guestbook!

    October 20th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  222. spice hater replied:

    I love this page, keep up the good

    November 1st, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  223. Michael Thomson replied:

    Great homepage, but wherefore art
    though White Town now? Just ‘cos “Undressed”
    didn’t make the Top 40 here doesn’t mean to say
    he has vanished completely. Please let us know his
    current plans! Cheers.

    November 10th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  224. Mark replied:

    This page it pretty cool!!!

    November 13th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  225. Chrissy Milano replied:

    Cool page..just came on lookin
    for real audio sounds 😛

    December 2nd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  226. ANA MARIA SALAZAR replied:

    GREAT PAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    December 3rd, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  227. Nicholas replied:

    this page is cool

    December 12th, 1997 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  228. Angela Rollisson replied:

    White Town is the coolest name for the coolest band. That video for YOUR WOMEN was the bomb. That song was a hit on the radio stations here in the bay area (San Fransico).When’s the next single coming out?!

    November 10th, 1998 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  229. Terry Tor replied:

    New to MP3 and to White Town. I like it :)

    November 13th, 1998 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  230. Joffe replied:

    When I first heard “Your woman” on the radio, I laughed and said to myself: “Wait a minute, what is this really about?” But I liked it anywy. And I think you have made a cool web site as well.

    December 6th, 1998 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  231. Geoff replied:

    Kewl Page, Can’t wait til the mpg’s have downloaded

    December 21st, 1998 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  232. Irfan Sadiq replied:

    Cool Site. The thing that i liked the most were the mp3s. keep up the good work. :-)

    December 27th, 1998 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  233. Sean D replied:

    Love the pages. Nice to see it updated.See mine at the above adress and go to Magic Roundabout’s page

    January 29th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  234. Andrew Flynn replied:

    I’ve been lookin’ for awhile for a page with MP3’s of White Town, and now I’ve finally found one! This page is the best page I’ve ever seen of White Town! (even better than the official site!)

    January 30th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  235. sEx replied:

    I gotta say KEYVAN KICKS ROYAL ASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    February 2nd, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  236. Mustafa Shabib replied:

    Just wanted to say that it was real cool to finally find a worthwhile band that supported MP3. Keep up the great music btw.

    March 3rd, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  237. Mary replied:

    Hi Jyoti,
    Thanks for sending the URL for this site! I really like the new look & the update info. Congrats onthe completion of Bzangy Groink! Yeah, very snappy nameFun to say too *L* This site is really looking great.I love the fact that YOU write the copy for it. I lovesomeone who is willing to make an effort to be heardand have it come straight from their own head, not by wayof someone else’s “mitts” :) :) :)
    Take Care!
    ~mary ferguson~
    poet, student, lover, fighter

    March 4th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  238. Jorge Mariani replied:

    Your music is great. Go on!. Greetings from South America.

    March 19th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  239. Sean D replied:

    I think I need Another Lover like I need a hole in my head ;-)visit my *NEW* White Town page at

    March 20th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  240. Paul Timson replied:

    Hey Jyoti, You are an inspiration to all of us struggling musicians,It gives us all hope to see you doing so wellThanks for the `tips` aswellPaul Timson (OUTSIDER)http://sharpfish.webjump.com

    April 21st, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  241. Colin Crawford replied:

    Dear Jyoti,Cool website! Many thanks for the return email; I’m new to such things, & equipped with a wheezy Mac with spongy keyboard, correspondence is a slow, painful process. Congrats on the marriage, good luck in Norwich (some would say an improvement on Derby) . As a fellow medium-myope with a porky figure & Asian appearance, I felt we had much in common…. not to mention a bedroom full of ancient synthesizers… used Mellotron anyone?Please can you send your new email details to my pal Sarah: ?We were an item when ‘Your Woman’ charted, and it means a lot to us both!Ta once again,Regards, Colin.

    April 25th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  242. greensocks.... replied:

    I love the website, and needless to say I love White Town.Very nice :) ……. gReeN SocKs foReVer …….

    April 27th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  243. Darren Banfi replied:

    There will soon be a white town interactive siteon my page , (Under construction at the mo)New videos, info, pictures and games?? U will c,Banfi

    May 1st, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  244. Sean D replied:

    Hello there. I added some White Town games last week so my WT site is now sort of interactive or whatever. Well, visit it if you want to…bye!

    May 10th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  245. andrew replied:

    Nice site mate! It’s a bit clearer than the last one (although there might have been another) but i miss the old ‘Molybdenum’ link in the gratuitous table :-)

    May 18th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  246. Julie Montgomery replied:

    Jyoti,It’s wonderful to find a musician who takes the time to directly communicate with fans. How refreshing…Keyvan,This is a beautiful, well-made website. Congratulations!Thank you both for making mp3s available to us.Julie

    June 17th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  247. Rui Francisco Antunes de replied:

    I just wanna tell you this…. I lobve your music, continue do the same kind of music

    June 20th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  248. Rebecca replied:

    Way cool page dude

    June 27th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  249. dizzycat replied:

    the page rocks.and of course u rock even more jyoti…*beamz*…i just love all of this!

    July 5th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  250. Ian replied:

    The truth about leather trousers is that we all look ridiculous in them! Keep up the faith my electronic buddy.

    July 16th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  251. Puppet replied:

    I absolutely love the song Your Woman, it’s got a great beat and a certain 90’s sophistication. In other words it rules.

    July 26th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  252. Matt replied:

    Just a short note to say how much we liked the site. Jon is @ Matt’s with Pollie, showing them what the internet can really do ;)Hope to speak to you soon, and keep up the good work!Jon, Matt and Pollie xx

    July 30th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  253. alanna replied:

    just another american female who fell in love with “your woman”. it was really saddening to not hear any more white town on the radio. perhaps with the new stuff you’ll be back on the air. – a

    August 14th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  254. Nikkole Tay replied:

    Hello..I just want to say I support you,your music is wonderful,and u make good effort.Do continue to produce some music,& Live Your Life To The Fullest! :]

    September 18th, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  255. Ophir replied:

    Welp, Cool site and can’t wait for the next album. Keep up the good work!Ophir 😉

    November 21st, 1999 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  256. Laura replied:

    I loved Your Woman too. I spotted you in and thought I’d better have a look here!Good luck with the new album. And happy new year and all that!

    January 2nd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  257. jeniffer replied:

    Your Woman is the best song that I’ve ever heard!Can’t wait your next album.

    January 23rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  258. EnIgMa Deadsouls replied:

    Jyoti like i was telling you about i will always thinkof you of one of the greats like Kirt Cobain of Nirvanaand David Bowie but in my letter i forgot another great,i forgot Meat Loaf hes also able to put emotion in his’s to bad that Ann Pearson and Robert Fleay and their bandSienna broke up they really sound great with you.well g2g cya. :-)(-:

    January 26th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  259. EnIgMa Deadsouls replied:

    hello Jyoti. i came to you site after you emailed me back.thanx for the nice letter back. im so glad i finaly know yoursite address. keep making your great music, and like you saidyou dont want to pop out to much music like most artist because you do want to be a sale out to your true love music.i cant wait till i get out of this HELL .aka. US and moveback to Germany. well i g2g cya. :-)(-:

    January 26th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  260. Jonathan Leonard replied:

    Hello Jyoti. I saw your web link from the Alternative Music newsgroup. I thought I recognised the name from somewhere. I thought your first album was rather underrated so I look forward to the new material. Hopefully you will not be featuring in the Where Are They Now? column in Q quite just yet. Good site by the way I will probably review your album on my Music REviews site in the future!

    January 31st, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  261. Aradia replied:

    Good to know some producers of good music aren’t invisible to the public! Hiya from Singapore, (bet you didn’t think your music would travel that far, eh? Or maybe you did). Good music on your first album, W.I.T.; I particularly enjoyed “Thursday at the Blue Note.” I listened to the 30-s downloads of your new songs, and it seems that your talent isn’t a fluke. Hope to hear from you sometime, but I figure you must be a busy person. Good luck, (but you probably won’t need it:)

    March 10th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  262. Lena replied:

    Hello :) I just love “Your Woman”, it’s the best. It’s awesome!

    April 19th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  263. Marshall McDonald replied:

    Love the music. Not enough good independents in this world. Keep up the good music Jyoti.

    April 23rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  264. Thomas Overbeck replied:

    Cool site, cool songs. Will the song with Heaven17’s Glenn Gregory be on the new CD ?

    April 25th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  265. kevin replied:

    Hi, everybody here. im another fan of whitetown and was wondering if anyone knew if the new album will be out in aus here. anyway this site rocks.

    May 4th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  266. Jyoti Mishra replied:

    Hiya !Just thought I’d pop up here and say hello to everyone who’s signed the guestbook. Thanks for visiting the lovely site Keyvan’s designed and please feel free to email me if you have any questions,love and kisses,Jyoti

    May 8th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  267. Casey Cichowicz replied:

    I love White Town. I would also love for anyone to come visit my site. I make a kind of pop noise myself that someone might like.

    May 15th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  268. Robert Marlow replied:

    Hi there! Just thought I’d say hello, my mate Vince mentioned you had once bought one of my records… Keep on Snythin’Marlow

    May 18th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  269. Danny Holian replied:

    Alright, well, i’m glad i finally found this sight, cause, i’ve always loved “Your Woman”, like a whole lot, and i just wanted to tell you that, and that i support you coming back to the US and showing us how you guys do it. We need another hit like White Town, with all the boy bands, we need a guy to show us how it’s done…later

    June 7th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  270. Herbert Derungs replied:

    Jyoti…..What can I say? You are one of a kind and we love you! Please…..Keep Makin’ Music!

    July 23rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  271. Gabe Epstein replied:

    Yow! Took me a while to find this page. Just picked up a copy or women in technology on a whim and I was extremely impressed. Was the band Sienna ever signed? Curious about that. Looking forward to checking out the new album, glad to see that White Town is still making music, which is more than I can say about some of my other favorite artists/bands. Anyway, best of luck to you and your music. Gabe

    July 29th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  272. Paul Timson replied:

    Hi again Jyoti.. hope everythings fine music wise and life wise also… I still use your entry into my (outsider) guestbook as inspiration for us `indies`… thanks for the ecouragment.. Paul

    July 30th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  273. Cristina replied:

    This is a really interesting site!! I just found it surfing today, cause i wanted to find out about the song “Your Woman.” I loved this song when it first came out here, but never heard anything about the group until i searched for this site. Well, great page and great work!! :>

    August 2nd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  274. Amblur replied:

    Lovely! When I was younger and less concrned with artist, but instead with the song I could hear on my radio, I bought me the single “Your Woman”. Now, three years later…or so…I have continued to listen to this tape and love the song. So I figure I would do some research on this Whitetown. After wandering here I read lyrics and learned that this was a man, not a band, and was very excited. So I bought both Peek and Poke and Women In Technology from I remain pleased by the sounds Whitetown provides myself. And Jyoti…I thanka you.

    August 3rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  275. cameron vallance replied:

    What a song!I have bought it again(your woman)-today,and it still sounds so damn good. Innovative-un-conventional-strange-astounding-liberating!.

    August 7th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  276. Graham Lodge replied:

    I am not a long term fan, I have only ever heard ‘Your Woman’ before this week. I am just experiencing a painful bastard break up (only for me, mind) and I have also bought your new album, ‘Peek and Poke’. I have been lying on the sofa, smoking every spec of draw I could muster, with your album saturating the room, on repeat. Even though I was indulging in a committed piece of drug abuse, I couldn’t skip no. 2 as it is so entrancing. ‘In my Head’ has me weeping, perhaps partly because ‘Anyway’ lays the foundations. I hope decent people hear it because, Mr Mishra, it is a great album. I can’t add over-used critical superlatives to this ‘review’. All I can say is that it made me cry. Thankyou.

    August 25th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  277. subhumanfreak replied:

    hi. i have a question for all you whitetown fans. i am a huge garbage fan because of their excellent way of making music which is closer to me than anything else i have ever heard. i heard your woman today and can’t stop listening to it. so my question is, what is the rest of the album like? no “it’s the best album in the world” crap please. i just want to know, is it like “your woman” or is it really dancey? what’s it LIKE, man. if you can answer me, please email ! cheers

    September 9th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  278. alanna replied:

    i’m happy you have a new album out. i’m also happy i can buy it onine. =) keep up the great work. take care…

    September 25th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  279. Laura replied:

    Your so right Jyoti the hand thing in Face Off is strange and I’d say quite unhygenic. I can’t remember if I gave you my new number but I suppose I can send it in an e-mail. Anyway the sites class Love L. B.

    September 25th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  280. Emily replied:

    I love this site I’m glad I found it! I love Your Woman, I thought the video was unique when I first saw it on MTV some years ago but I haven’t seen it since! I wanted to know if anyone knew where I could download the video maybe?? LOVE THE SITE! THANKS!!

    September 27th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  281. Carly replied:

    Hi guys, Cool web site!!! Glad to see you are doing ok, Bunny boiler sounds good so we will proberbly get peek & poke when we have a spare few quid!!! Take care xxx

    September 27th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  282. Lewis Walsh replied:

    I raise my glass to you Jyoti. Keep making good original music. It’s so refreshing to hear something new and bit experimental. Raw music.

    October 5th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  283. joeb replied:

    thanks nice site.

    October 9th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  284. Amit K. replied:

    I’ve heard “Your Woman” on my local radio station, but I have never been able to find anything about the song on the internet. Mainly because I thought the band was called White Tail. Maybe because there are so many deer around here. Thanks for the song and for answering the key question first in the faq. I’m delighted to see that you are an Indian my age. Your involvement in marxist groups is also interesting. I haven’t been in any myself, but I’ve had my run-ins: “OH … so you’re Trotskyites?” “NO! We’re Trotsky_ISTS_.”

    October 10th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  285. The Ancient One replied:

    i loved your site . the pics and lyrics are great . i wish you much success . thank you .

    October 12th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  286. cameron vallance replied:

    Jyoti-keep up the good work for the planet, 100% inspired music without the hype. Love ya Cameron

    October 15th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  287. khutar arfuz patel replied:

    Dear Jyoti, You make me proud to be South Asian. You soulful “Your Woman” was an inspiration for me to ask out my first real boyfriend. Thanx :)

    October 22nd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  288. DJEmale replied:

    Thanks 4 the music. Come and check out my online radio station, Peace!

    October 23rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  289. natalie replied:

    I love you guys! You are so awesome. The song Your Woman hooked me a long time ago, but I still absolutely love you guys. Keep making great music. Love ya, Natalie

    October 26th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  290. mike birtill replied:

    nice to find wt still out there

    November 1st, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  291. Peter Kerr replied:

    Hi Jyoti.

    November 6th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  292. Rieuwert replied:

    Hi there, i love your song “your woman” the album i couldn’t find anywhere so far but i’ll keep looking. did you make this site yourself by the way? Keep up the good work, Rieuwert

    November 7th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  293. dave z replied:

    Good to hear you’re still making music from your bedroom (oooer). Really enjoyed ‘your woman’ so I hope you manage more success with your new stuff. All the best

    November 18th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  294. Janice M. replied:

    Just recently listened to “Women in Technology” and it’s one of the few albums on which I like every single track–very unusual for me. It’s a great album. On “Theme for an Early Evening American Sitcom,” there is percussion/ instrumentation which sounds remarkably like that produced by Blue Man Group. Any connection? Just curious. Keep up the good work–you’re a talented, creative musician. God bless you for the ear candy!

    December 3rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  295. Gavin Robinson replied:

    Nat Gonella is ALIVE? I was pleasantly surprised enough to find that you were alive, but NAT GONELLA! How old is he? Lew Stone is great. Do you know any good Al Bowlly sites? Your site is very nice, by the way…

    December 21st, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  296. Sid Clark replied:

    “Your Woman” is the wittiest song I’ve ever heard. Witty both lyrically and musically, and it succeeds as a pop song too. An amazing convergence of superlatives. Like winning a tri-fecta.

    December 23rd, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  297. Radiator Head replied:

    Well look at that! A pop group that I like that hasn’t disbanded/completely disappeared into obscurity… congratulations on that alone… free the biscuits! You know you want to! xxx

    December 24th, 2000 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  298. Heather Simpson replied:

    The song “I Could Never Be Your Woman” brings back so many memories. Particularly dancing the night away with thousands of gay guys at the AIDS Dance-A-Thon at Universal Studios.

    January 3rd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  299. Mario Mastroianni,age replied:

    I think that “Women in Technology” is one of the most genuine pop albums of the 90’s

    January 4th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  300. Paul Timson replied:

    Well I come back 2 years later (that long?) to see how things are since I first wrote to you, and of course I had to update my site address (in a non spamming manner of course). I`ve been listening to `bewitched` and damn! how can one man make what should be pretty average material into such amazingly catchy tunes? I`m gonna take a pinch of this stuff to outsider.(real audio on 5th play now!)Have to ask – who was saying one of your songs was twee and which one??? if it was directed at WHITE TOWN.Keep it up mate :)Paul Timson (OUTSIDER)

    February 7th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  301. Steven Horsey replied:

    hi i have “Women in Technology” and it is so! cool i will get your next one soon. so carry on makeing cool tunes

    February 14th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  302. Brian replied:

    I am thrilled to see a new album out!!! I adore your sound, and I’m also a huge fan of the Magnetic Fields. I saw them a few months back and I didn’t want them to leave. Anyway, I am waiting the arrival of Peeks and Pokes. I can’t wait. “Thank you for the music” (abba)

    March 3rd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  303. Donna replied:

    Awesome page, great records! Thanks! :)

    March 4th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  304. kevin replied:

    I reckon this is a pretty good site…… i was also wondering were there any people living in Sydney,AUSTRALIA who likes white town as well.Jyoti if you’re reading this, could you email me back about the questions i posted… i really need it for school. Thanks

    March 23rd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  305. john armstrong replied:

    dear joti, i think youve got some serious issues dude

    March 26th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  306. Deze replied:

    Sup J! Get in contact with Brainz-Cronxxx. Derby, Mail me back for Details, Your old Phone iz dead..Deze….

    March 29th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  307. ed replied:

    hi – i’m really trying to get hold of a copy of ‘I could never be your woman’ on vinyl – if anyone out there has a spare copy (7″ or 12″) that needs a new home email me!cheersed

    March 30th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  308. GW replied:

    Ever so humble and witty, even under a severe case of fame! :) You’re awesome! You’ve managed so much with such a minimalistic setup, I’m deeply impressed. Cool website, too. Is the title “Peek and Poke” a reference to computer programming, by chance?

    April 3rd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  309. Peter Beazley replied:

    “Your Woman” was a nearly life-changing record for me. Sad, I know… but *there’s a personal story*… man… Awwah, touched. Great site, btw.

    April 15th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  310. Caz replied:

    Cool music without the ego! Nice one.I love “Your Woman” I’m working on a trance remix of it. Hope that’s OK with you guys.Keep up the good work!

    April 16th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  311. Transit Child replied:

    Well, if I had not been searching for an mp3 of “your woman”, I would never have been clicking myself to this site. Great song. Definitely one of my personal top 20.

    May 15th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  312. Mandy replied:

    You’re absolutely amazing.


    May 15th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  313. vicki replied:

    Dear Jyoti- Your fabulous hit, “Your Woman” is peerless. It has a mesmerizing quality, something torchy, a funkiness, and yet transcending all of those
    qualities…transporting the listener into a place where feelings lie close to the surface…the soulfoul, enigmatic, ambiguous lyrics place this composition clearly within the realm of high art.

    June 18th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  314. Blueorb replied:

    Amazing!!! I had a hard time figuring out if this was the official website or not.. I was searching for the ad’s and flashy graphics, and with Jyoti’s messages in first person, I thought it was somebodys personal web is!:)

    June 21st, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  315. Justin replied:

    Very nice design, Keyvan (we see who the real artist is around here)! Be sure to tell Jyoti I am looking for my plastic fork! (hehe)

    July 9th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  316. Joon replied:

    This site is amazing.

    July 29th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  317. isaac replied:

    This is a great extensive site,i really have enjoyed it.

    August 1st, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  318. EnigmA replied:

    Hello, I Have Been A HUGE fan of White Town ince i first saw the music video for “your woman” on MTV late one night years ago. i have spent several sleepless nights trying my hardest to find more songs by White Town but “your woman” was all i could ever find! i am SO glad i finally found this website! i tried buying the albums and being stuck in a small town in middle america i have a hard time finding anything other than country and 80 hair bands! I like your music, because it is relaxing, yet it makes me want to dance like crazy ass well. your woman allways made me feel strong, and like i should stnad up for who i am and not be pushed around, im not sure why it does it but something about the lyrics just inspire me…i actually tried to sing your woman for a high school talant show about 2 years ago, but they told me if i didnt find a differant song, i could not performe. their reason being it simply defied gender boundries and they did not dare let that happen. i for one feel that gender is just a body part, and not a state of mind, or body. i guess all i really have is to say thank you for putting the greatest music out there for me to listen to, and get amped over! you’ve inspired more than you’ll ever know!

    -Enigmatic Hate-
    -Beautifull Uglyness-

    August 9th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  319. rami replied:

    such a kewl site..!
    Have been wondering who is the voice of ‘Your Woman’ My friend and I were arguing whether it was a straight girl dumped by this marxist casanova or a man dumped by his lesbian girlfriend. This site finally enlightened our perspective. Well, I guess we just luuuv the song! Keep the vibe strong!

    August 13th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  320. Tairrie replied:

    Wow! I’ve heard “Your Woman” yesterday at first
    and It was so amazing!
    I wanna know ’bout you.
    I’m gonna visit here frequently.


    August 13th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  321. Mel replied:

    Hi Jyoti! Wonderful website,
    great music… I must admit I
    have never heard a song like
    “Your Woman” – one that shows
    so much sexual freedom, and so
    ambiguously delicious too!
    That song is lovely. Hope you
    release a few more of those
    soon enough!!

    Luv Mel

    August 17th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  322. Gross replied:

    I really like ‘Your Woman’ song. The videoclip is also totally awesome. The music so simple and beautiful. Keep up the work guys.

    August 18th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  323. Mark replied:

    Hey Jyoti, great website, I just visited today when a friend recently played me their song, “Your Woman”. I couldn’t believe it, I had forgotten all about it and it had been such a hugely popular song way back in ’96 when I lived in Canada. After hearing “Your Woman” and I felt tantalized because it was such a huge hit and just a one hit wonder that everyone forgot from such a great band. Anyway I’m trying to get back on the scene now because of your cool website. Anyway thanks for making this website, it’s a good one man, cool interface.
    Later and thanks.

    August 24th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  324. Mark replied:

    Hi Jyoti, it’s me again. By the way, I’d just like to say that it’s really spectacular to see someone as world famous as you taking the time to create a website for fans. It’s really crazy to actually send messages to people like you… Anyway I just want you to know that people hear your music all over the world and enjoy it…. Like I said it was #1 for a whole summer over all of North America…. Did you expect to become so famous through one one-off song?!

    August 24th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  325. pixy replied:

    after so many years, i still miss your tender voice.

    wish you another hit in your new album!

    August 27th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  326. Indian replied:

    I love the song “Your Woman.” I can’t get enough of it

    September 1st, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  327. Indian replied:

    Hey Jyothi, do you do tours in the USA?

    September 1st, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  328. jesse replied:

    who sings that song your women, if its a guy, is he gay? just curious. ive been wanting to know for a long while? If you know the answer to my question feel free to write to me at

    September 2nd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  329. Lee (aka MR2Di4) replied:

    I just bought “Women In Technology, mainly for “Your Woman”
    which I love, but was delighted to find a number of great songs
    besides as well. I am listening to “Going Nowhere Somehow” at
    the moment and it is easily becoming one of my favorites!

    Very cool music!


    September 19th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  330. Linn replied:

    Hi Jyoti!

    Its me.
    I hope you read the mail I sent you.
    Or maybe it was stupid of me to write it, I know. I feel stupid. No, I dont….hmmm….well.
    I know you cant email with your fans, like friends….that would be wierd.

    You dont have to send me back if you dont want to. You seem like a nice guy, Ele is lucky to have you.

    Love and Kisses

    September 23rd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  331. Tairrie replied:

    I like gray.. I like this site.
    And i like your music.

    Don’t forget.
    There are a lot of fans in korea.

    September 24th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  332. Linn replied:

    Hi all WT fans. I have something important to say:

    I like Jyotis music and I like the positive person he is.

    Hes a nice guy!

    Cya /LL

    September 25th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  333. Josh Cunningham replied:

    Hey man,
    Check out the website attached…I work on our 90’s oldies (can we say that already) channel, and would love to let ya know what we’re up to across the pond…



    September 25th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  334. Alexanders replied:

    Hi Jyoti, i like your sound very much. I also make such stuff. cu

    September 25th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  335. Linn replied:

    Hi Jyoti.

    Im sorry for writing in ur guestbook so much but I love to write stuff so everybody can see without chatting.

    Im gona tell you all something that swedish Jonas Gardell once said in a book we wrote..

    “To tell the truth is to lie so people belive you”.

    I think its true. I mean, if we really want someone to belive what were saying we just say “Its the truth” and look very serious. Then you can lie, sorry, your ass off!

    Now, many of you may not agree with me, but you dont have to, not even you Jyoti if you dont want to.

    Well, I g2g, I have a class now.

    cu all, Love ya!


    September 27th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  336. Linn replied:


    Give Me Some Pain


    September 28th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  337. Linn replied:

    Jyoti, where are you?

    October 2nd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  338. Jean Amelinckx replied:

    Why isn’t “Woman in Technology” Album in Web Page’s Discography????. Pleasy reply Jyoti, nice music!, and also “Your Woman” Video is excelent. Did you used that old casio little keyboard for some samples???.. bye

    Jean Paul

    October 2nd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  339. India USA replied:

    Wussup Jyothi, you’re music is awesome. Do you do tours in the United States?

    October 3rd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  340. Jyoti replied:

    Hi everyone!
    Just popping up to say that I can’t personally reply to any questions posted here on the guestbook – there isn’t a reply mechanism. Could you please anything you want a reply to on the *FORUM* page, please, then I’ll be able to help you,
    love and kisses,

    October 4th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  341. cider replied:

    i had ‘your woman’ on ‘repeat’ on the stereo last night and played it from 9pm to 5am. er just thought i’d tell you that..

    October 4th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  342. Linn replied:

    Hi Jyoti, just tellin’ you that Im feeling left out.
    I understand if you cant email me everyday, but you could have told me if u didnt wanna email anymore


    October 6th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  343. Robbie replied:

    First off I enjoy your music, I have “Women In Technowledgy” from high school and everysong on it helps me mello out and get into a unique mood. I also can say I had sex for the first time with your music on repeat, even though it didn’t help the performance. Appreciate ya, take it easy

    October 9th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  344. lalith replied:

    i d just started writin a request letter to fellows at the Oxford
    dictionary i d like them to point out “your woman” for the meanin to
    the word haunted…thats the word for it..keeps ya comin back again an again..
    hail master jyoti!!..keep em comin..hey one more..thing…for sum1 whos
    broken up wit his gf or wit her bf…i d suggest..ya put your woman
    on repeat..and just let it hey…jyoti..ya look dapper in ur glases..!!

    October 18th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  345. Caroline replied:

    hey i m french d i wanted to tell ya, that even in france we love your song ( eventhough i live in usa…). listening your lyrics, we completly feel sur of ourselves.
    “ca evite la prise de tete” -> for those who understand
    gud luck

    October 24th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  346. dirk replied:

    hey..where can i find white town tabs? i’d really like to find a guitar tab for ‘ a week next june’ i’m not 100% sure on that name because i don’t have the cd in front of me, but i think you know the one i’m talking about…so , let me know.

    thanks 😉

    October 27th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  347. Amber replied:

    GREAT SONG! I love the backgroung music and the words to the song cathch you, (Eventhough I am confused on what the song is about.)

    November 6th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  348. Kat Lyons replied:

    hello. I just wanted to let you guys know that “your woman” is one of my all time favorit songs. It is so cool. Well… I havent really listened to any of your other songs, but I will some day… I’m sure it is all very good. Well.. I just thought I would just say hi. I hope you guys come out with another really cool song that will make it to the US.

    November 6th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  349. Dave replied:

    Hi Jyoti,
    Have been a fan since “your woman” and i’m on a mission to collect all your work!
    Favourites? All your work is class!
    Keep up the good work and i hope to hear from you soon!

    November 8th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  350. Heather Byre replied:

    Hey!! I was in love with “Your Woman” when it came out, and then I kinda forgot about it! Sorry! But hey, i remembered it, got it, and am listening to it now!! i sent it to a lot of my friends and THEY TOO had loved it but forgot it or didnt know what it was called. So White Town has been restored in Oly WA!! White Town kicks ass!! Great Job Guys!!

    November 9th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  351. Cypher replied:

    I remember when your woman came out and i use to love it ~ must have been like the other night and i remember i had the CD single..god knows what sparked my memory

    but never the less it was sparked..
    i got the Cd out and have listened 2 it heaps lately and went 2 skool only today and a couple of my friends remembered it lol.

    Overall a very good song..i havent really heard anything else from u thou. But still good song

    November 12th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  352. Ken Warpsmith replied:

    Hullo, Jyoti.

    Just wanted to sign your guestbook, and say that your music is truely original and innovative. Even educative in some ways to me.

    Ken Warpsmith

    November 17th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  353. Jay Tague replied:

    Hey, just like Heather I loved “Your Woman” but
    then forgot about it. Then has it on their
    homepage under top hits of the 90’s. Now I visited
    your website and will find all of your music!!!

    November 18th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  354. Smaffa replied:

    WOW WOW WOW WOW!!!!!!!!! Thanx heaps! Your Woman has given me a reason to tlk 2 someone I think is really fine! YAY! Not only a absolutely bangin tune but a lucky one too!
    love da haunting backing on Your Woman!keep goin we need another wkd song!!!!!!
    Sam xxx

    November 22nd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  355. India USA replied:

    HEY JYOTHI, I just wanted to tell ya that I love the song your woman, and you’re representin well throughout the USA and England. Keep it real bro

    December 6th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  356. Julia replied:

    I am “your woman”… hurts to be treated like this…stupid me… but I’ve learnt my lesson..

    December 11th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  357. Mario Mastroianni replied:

    Hi Jyoti,I am a 17-year-old italian boy called Mario.I think “Your Woman”,”Going Nowhere Somehow” and “Another Lover” are definitely very very very beautiful songs,like all the others.If you want to know my musical preferences(which I think You will like),please go to
    at Alphaville’s official website.
    Moreover,I think you’ve got one of the best voices ever,together with Simon LeBon(Duran Duran),Marian Gold(Alphaville),Billy Mackenzie(Associates),Peter Murphy(Bauhaus),Jolene Glass(Brave New World),David Sylvian(Japan),Morten Harket(A-ha),Sal Solo(Classix Nouveaux & Rockets),Mark Everett(Eels),Marc Almond(Soft Cell),and many others.
    Long life to New Wave!

    December 11th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  358. Amber replied:

    Hello. My name is Amber. I’ve loved the song “Your Woman” since I first heard it in 6th grade a few years back. I’m just curious though as to what motivated you to write such a song. Best Wishes.

    December 14th, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  359. Jigs replied:

    “Your Women” is one of my favourite songs. Seeking some help to download it from the net. In India, i am not able to find the cassettes & CD’s.

    December 21st, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  360. Carol A. replied:

    Hi, I’m 15 and “Your woman” is my favourite song. But where can I get this CD? I’ve searched but everybody said that it isn’t selled anymore. Why?

    December 22nd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  361. rob replied:

    Hi Jyoti – goodness. How popular! Anyway, you shouldn’t be reading this when there’s all those Althusser texts left to study. E.g. ‘Lenin and Philosophy.’ Must dash though – I have some important Trilemma songs to pen. We’re going to be number one in Poland this Christmas. Yes, I know. And not an electric balalika in sight.

    December 22nd, 2001 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  362. SC replied:

    In the song ‘your woman’ is a man singing in the perspective of a woman? and if so, why is that?

    January 12th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  363. Joo replied:

    I am from Portugal and I like very mutch your songs. And I love the music “Your woman”. Thank you for this music…

    January 18th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  364. Simone replied:

    I know everyone says stuff about “Your Woman”, I bet you get sick of it. I, too, connected with the song and I remember hearing it the first time when I was 15, it had questionable relevancy back then (It was nice to rollerskate to in gym class, frankly) but it means so much now that I have had this type of relationship. Hey, thanks for the healing power and rollerskating music :)

    January 21st, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  365. Andrei replied:

    Hello. Though i heard “your woman” for the first time in 1995, i haven’t paid any interest to your music … not untill recently, when i realised it is different from all the commercial crap i that i can hear every day in romania. Besides the fact that this site looks awesome, it is charged with loads modesty. I do apreciate good bands, and i can say that your music is of very good quality. Keep up the good work, and always be sure that the radio station that i work for will always play your music.

    January 21st, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  366. Paul Timson replied:

    Hi Jyoti, Its Paul from (used to be known as outside if you remember) anyway thought id pop by and check out your developments. If you can, id be ever so grateful if you would visit again (the new site) and re-sign my guestbook. It was like a shining beacon to me through the `lean times` and finally were back with more determination than ever.

    As you say – keep on keeping on.


    January 24th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  367. g1Rl_prozac replied:

    Hello, hello, hello,
    thought I’d stop by and see how everyone is. And here it is, yet another comment about ‘Your woman’. Don’t you get annoyed? Don’t you feel like pulling the plug when you see this? Do you even care? Anyway, I haven’t listened to this song in about 7 years and then it came to me in a dream and I thought: “I have to download it!” (that was before I passed out and went back to sleep). Anyway, I found it, downloaded it (hey at least I’m being honest about stealing your music!) and I cried from happiness when heard this beautiful song! It was like walking into heaven and/or kicking your enemy’s ass. Either way, my parents walked in on me and now they’ve sent me to the mental institution for crying for no aparent reason. Oh, the joy! Keep up the good work and I’ll continue playing poker with these cheesy bastards…

    February 3rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  368. Oystein replied:

    Hey Jyoti,
    Just wanted to tell you how much I love your music, or what little of it I’ve heard so far. “Your Woman” woke me up on national radio one day in November, and yesterday I finally chanced across a copy of the Technology CD.

    Ur, anyway, it’s possibly, likely, the best album I got in years, I love the personal style, the rants on the covers, the lyrics, the beats, the lo-fi synth, the melancholy…

    Please put me on your mailing list if there is one.

    I’ll contact you soon, but so far I only checked the FAQ, and it’s such a bummer to ask questions that are already answered…

    Thanks for the music!

    February 3rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  369. Lullaby replied:

    Excellent Band!!! amo Your Women

    Aguante White Twon!!!!!! :)


    February 11th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  370. Andrea replied:

    heya, met you in derby last night (was a LITTLE bit drunk) and am sorry to say i too only know you for ‘Your Woman’ (sorry!!) cool website though, and maybe i’ll check out some more of your music now as a fair few people seem to like it rather a lot!! Anyway, good luck, and if you see me again feel free to buy me a drink….

    February 22nd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  371. suzanne replied:

    cool site, I’ll be back

    February 23rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  372. American replied:

    Hey Jyoti….Man, i just listened to you song, and it kicks some madddd @$$!!! Good luck on the rest of your songs and stuff. Your representin Indian ppl well. See ya

    February 23rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  373. Thom replied:

    Awsome stuff Jyoti , good luck with all your up coming stuff . keep it coming 😉

    March 3rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  374. Sam replied:

    Hey, it’s a real shame that still everybody focus’s on “Your Woman” (I don’t deny it’s greatness, however) because you have many other great songs as well.

    Keep the good stuff going you crazy man.

    March 9th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  375. DJP replied:

    I just went to my cd collection and found your cd. Damn, your woman is really a great song, Give some pain is also WOW!!
    I just wanne say thank you for making these singles.
    Greetings from Holland.

    March 15th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  376. bridget replied:

    hii i remember being a fan when i was young and i made my dad buy technology for me. now i have come across it again and i love it. keep up the good work.

    March 17th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  377. Jennie replied:

    Wow!!! Just been listening to some dusty CDs…guess what found Your Woman…why did I let it gather dust? How rude for such a fantastic song!! We should all remember such tunes!!! Its impolite not to!!!

    March 18th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  378. Andrew Montague replied:

    I’m really looking forward to Peek & Poke. As far as I was concerned Women in Technology was a masterpiece of stripped back production as delicate music with some of the most wonderful lyrics.
    I’m sorry that you found stardom (however fleeting) was a poison challis. Let’s hope this time you get better vibes from it all.

    Feel Love.

    March 20th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  379. Shyam replied:

    Dear Jyoti,

    Me thinks. You are a genius and am looking forward to work with you on most probably my debut album. Email me if you want to as well.


    April 1st, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  380. Brian replied:

    Daniel Ash is coming to town, oh yeah!

    April 2nd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  381. ken replied:

    hey jyoti is it possible to make available your first album as free mp3s on this site. I am finding it very to find it (been over a year now)
    Nevertheless i love your music! Great site too!

    April 2nd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  382. Cameron replied:

    Does anyone have a full White Town kit list? I know you use a casio synth/calculator!
    Much love

    April 4th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  383. Vanessa replied:

    Thanks for this wonderful music that sounds like it came straight from an awesome dream,,,but it’s really real and we won’t forget it either. Please continue making music as it puts a special spark into our hearts. And to the fans,,,please e-mail me at to share new and old finds. Sharing music keeps me going some how?! Thanks for reading this! VANESSA

    April 11th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  384. Chris replied:

    Thanks for making and continuing making such great music :)
    Your Woman is going to be one of my fave songs for ever :))
    Take care
    ps. Awsome site too :)

    April 15th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  385. claudia replied:

    Hi there!
    Give me some pain is one of my soundtrack in life.
    Could anybody please send me the lyric to or tell me where can i find it?
    thank u so much, and 4 u, Jyoti, u have all the talent!

    April 16th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  386. Dean.... ercassaM_cilbuP replied:

    White Town you a amazing, keep it up

    April 23rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  387. gen replied:

    great website, great music — jyoti:hope you found yourself a female singer!

    May 5th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  388. anthony replied:

    Just wanted to say awesome website and of course I love the music of White Town. When I heard Your Woman on the way to my first pride celebration in San Francisco, I knew I was listening to something special and unique. Keep the music coming!:)

    May 19th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  389. Terry Blackwell replied:

    dude i love the song i could never be a woman, please could you let me know what the chords r for guitar cheers

    May 19th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  390. nick replied:

    Hey… im nick.. its really my dream to be a musician, i herd your song, i could never your woman. well i herd it along time ago, about when i was in like 4th or 3rd grade, and ever sence ive been looking for it. i found it in about 6th grade. and now im in 8th grade, looking through my real old cd’s, and i pulled yours out. I was reminded again of you guys, so i decided to look you up. i doubt youll read this, that would be tight though. but you dont need a female singer, whoever sings the woman song, your voice is great! it kinda sounds like t-rex’s voice but better. dont change singers. your great! concider me a fan! big fan! love you guys!

    May 21st, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  391. dodie replied:


    May 27th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  392. theutopian replied:

    I enjoyed Women in Technology very much. Too bad I live in a one-horse town when it comes to music. I would have more of your music.

    June 3rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  393. mani replied:

    WHITE TOWN IS coool!!!!!!!!
    your woman and messages are rocking!!!!!

    June 5th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  394. Mandah replied:

    I Love the “Your Woman” song! I heard it when I was in 3rd grade and loved it. I’m in 8th grade too, now, and I gotta find it asap. I think I might order it from or something, anyways, that is a tight song, keep up the good work.

    June 6th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  395. Schemer replied:

    I just have a question….do you know anywhere I can get Whitetown shirts or a poster? Email me!!

    Thanks……love the music!!!

    June 11th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  396. Jason C replied:

    Does anyone know where i can download a song off the CD Woman in Technology? The song is called “Going Somewhere Somehow.” I love the song so much and i can’t find it anywhere. Can someone help me!

    June 15th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  397. MaryG replied:

    God…I have not found your album in Taiwan,and luckily I will go to Japan tomorrow.I hope I can get your excellent CDs in JP.God bless me!

    June 23rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  398. Chris Martens replied:

    hey Jyoti,
    In my opinion you are a musical genius, kind of like Trent Reznor in a way, good luck with finding a female singer, your music is a great influence for me and my band (the deadstars) thanks for responding to my post, and keep the music comin!
    peace, love, empathy

    June 23rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  399. Stephen replied:

    It seems strange but I was just sorting out my old singles and I came across “Your woman” and couldn’t resist playing it coz its well catchy and they play a quality remix of it at my work over the loadspeaker. Didn’t know you were still doing music or that White Town still existed to be honest but I’m gonna have a listen to some of your new stuff and see if its as good as Your Woman was and still is.

    June 23rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  400. Eric Bustos replied:


    June 30th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  401. David Jarrett replied:

    Dear Artist (White Town)

    I really enjoy listening to your Music like song “Your Woman” and “Wanted”. Jarrett records is currenlty seeking bands to sign of to our Record label we are searching for all styles. So come and sign to Jarrett Records. For submission guidelines,please send a S.A.S.E to Jarrett Records 6633 Hwy 290 E,Ste 308 Austin,TX 78723

    July 3rd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  402. Dave replied:

    Hi Again Jyoti, It’s been a while since I last came on your site so I thought I’d say hello again!
    It’s a new e-mail if you’re wondering – it was davidjohn13 but i got sick of that so changed it in honour of my football team!
    At this very moment I’m downloading We’ll Always Have Paris, I’ve never heard it before ant at the moment I only have 10 seconds of it! “Hurry the hell up computer”.
    Sounds great so far!
    I’m still searching everywhere for your stuff but on the downloads most people only have Your Woman! Not That it’s not a good song!
    Anyway! Keep up the great work Jyoti and if you’re touring Scotland at all PLEASE give me a shout and I’ll be there in a second!
    See ya!

    July 13th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  403. Louise D.D. (SchizoFreak) replied:

    hi again Jyoti,
    I just wanted to say that I love your music and thank you for not being stuck-up like 99% of the ‘famous’ (or not so) musicians… =]
    I’m looking for your stuff (CDs, EPs, y’know) but it’s impossible to find them in Brazil. I got to know your music when I was living in Germany (96-97). Why I didn’t buy the CD there? ‘Cause I was a 12-year-old little idiot. And CDs were pretty expensive there…

    July 22nd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  404. Debbie replied:

    First off Happy belated Birthday! Secondly, I would like to say that I love the song “Your Woman”, I just always wondered what happened to your music after the summer of 1997 when it was no longer played or thought about. But I always thought of the song and I adored it, and I truely hope that you will come back with a hard and heavy blow to the pop world. Jyoti, I am sure with the patience and persistance you have had over these years, you can take that attribute and go far. I am rooting for you, and I hope that I will hear some new music from you soon.

    August 5th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  405. silver replied:

    happy belated birthday :)
    i simply love your music and hope that things go well with you finding a female singer. i sing but i do not know if i am that wonderful haha :)
    anyway,keep making music alright?
    have a great week!

    August 9th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  406. David Gladwin replied:

    Hello there, Jyoti

    Just so you don’t think everyone’s favourite song is ‘Your Woman’…mine is ‘All Summer in a Day’.

    Been listening since the ‘Derwent to the Garonne’ compilation – a Derbyshire lad myself, now living in Yorkshire.

    I went to school with Cocky Young ‘Un from David Devant & his Spirit Wife, so met Mikey and the rest a couple of times. Still haven’t heard any Carfax, though. Would I like it?

    As for White Town…Particularly enjoyed ‘Socialism…’ – is it true that Parasol plan an expanded CD release, featuring more material from singles? Do tell.



    August 12th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  407. Georg replied:

    hi to all music-lovers around the world from austria ! please feel free to visit our austrian music-site and leave us a note…

    September 2nd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  408. Dave replied:

    Jyoti, I’ve done it!
    Well, I’ve got another album at last!
    After about 3 years of searching I’ve finally found a shop that sells White Town album!
    Problem is I bought the last copy of Peek & Poke and they don’t have any other White Town CD’s in stock!
    You know what that tells everyone though!
    I can understand not being able to get them in Kirkcaldy because the town is cr@p.
    But the fact that HMV in EDINBURGH (the Bloody Capital) never had anything and Virgin (a couple of doors down) only had one Peek & Poke left kind of makes you think!
    And NO-ONE can say it’s because no-one likes your music because I can never get your music on WIN-MX either. EVERYONE wants it!
    Well enough of the “How I found your CD” and now the “How BL**DY BRILLIANT is it” part!
    Put the first track on and turned to my girlfriend within the first few seconds and said “I LOVE IT”.
    Incidently, Sandie, The girl you said you hoped I wouldn’t drive away with your music, is now my fianc and loves your music too!
    Well Jyoti, keep up the good work and I’ll keep hoping some point in the future I’ll get you to feature in one of my tracks or maybe the opposite!
    See you later!
    PS – My e-mail address has changed and is now

    September 10th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  409. Alynzia replied:

    I’m glad to see this website is still up, running and thriving etc, and would like wish Jyoti good luck in all things.

    September 11th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  410. swanger replied:

    jyoti you fat bastard make your jungle album you promised us.

    September 13th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  411. del replied:

    I love youuuuuuuuuuu jyoti.

    September 13th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  412. Nicole replied:

    I just wanted to say I love “Going Nowhere Somehow”. It’s my favorite song of all time! I listen to it more than once each day. It inspires me to write more. You inspire me also to be true to myself and write just for me, not crap I think everyone else wants to hear. I’ve said it before, but thanks so much for the inspiration!!!
    With Love,

    September 16th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  413. Lori Smith replied:

    A truelly an incredible site.

    September 29th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  414. jon wuebben replied:

    was wondering what the chords to “Your Woman” are, wanted to play it on my keyboard. thanks!
    great song, by the way.

    September 30th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  415. Robert replied:

    I was wondering if you, White Town would like to play a concert in Rhode Island. Please email me if you would like to play.


    October 4th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  416. hemashu replied:

    Hello, how are you?

    October 7th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  417. Dave replied:

    Oh No!
    It’s me AGAIN!
    Guess what! I was learning the tab for Your Woman and once I got it spot on I played it along to the song and guess what!!!!
    The bloody ding that put it on the bass tab archive has made their own tab for it!
    It sounds nothing like the bass line!
    So, I want you Jyoti “God” Mishra to send me the real bass tabs for Your Woman and while your at it give me some of your new ones (especially – Duplicate, Every Second Counts and Another Lover).
    Oh as a little “by the way” (ha ha ha, I wish).
    Remember my finac!?
    Well lets put it this way………
    Wooooooooooooooooooooooooo Hooooooooooooooooooooo!

    October 16th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  418. Sonia and Faye replied:

    All I can say is you are a genious! Your song “Your Woman” takes me to another a planet of white town. The beat is so intense and your voice wow. I’m just wondering…where’d you go? When are you coming back into the world of top ten hits because I’ll tell you this much..ITS NEEDED! I’ve liked your songs since you first came out and I listen to “your woman” everyday. I’d love to see you in concert..i’d play big money for that because your talent is out of this world. Please write back because I would feel so lucky to get an email from the man of white town himself! from
    sonia and faye

    October 16th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  419. Sturge replied:

    Heeeey Jyotes, never actually looked at this site yet, what a fool I was, not seen you around for a while…. Take it your going to be out with the DM massive on Monday?

    October 17th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  420. Jaymanthile Baracoes replied:

    Nice site. Trying to find “Your Woman” MP3 and failing horribly. Know anywhere I can get one?

    October 19th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  421. Jazmin replied:

    Hey love your song your womwan. favorite song of all time.

    October 22nd, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  422. Bo replied:

    hello, it is me, bo geddes, back again. I was just wondering if white town is interested in playing a concert in the states. please respond via e-mail.


    October 28th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  423. Charlie replied:

    Just heard Your Woman on VH1 on their No1s day.Anyone know where I can download it as i’m can’t get it anywhere

    October 29th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  424. Javier replied:

    I know I am not too original writing down the following claim but… I love “Your Woman”. I would like to hear more songs from you, but at present, I must acknowledge that “Your Woman” has got a hidden capacity of atraction. Unfourtenatly, nowadays I feel very down because of several reasons related with my family, my work and my future, and I do not know why, but I listen “Your Woman” several times a day. Un fuerte saludo desde Espaa

    November 19th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  425. Freakz replied:

    It could have been really cool, if you made “Your Woman(Man)” like this.

    Just tell me what you’ve got to say to me,
    I’ve been waiting for so long to hear the truth,
    It comes as no surprise at all you see,
    So cut the crap and tell me that we’re through.

    Now I know your heart, I know your mind,
    You don’t even know you’re beening unkind,
    So much for all your high brow Marxist ways,
    Just use me up and then you walk away.
    Girl, you can’t play me that way.

    Well I guess what you say is true,
    I could never be the right kind of boy for you,
    I could never be your man.

    When I saw my best friend yesterday,
    He said he never liked you from the start,
    Well me, I wish that I could claim the same,
    But you always knew you held my heart.

    You’re such a charming, handsome woman,
    Now I think I finally understand,
    Is it in your genes?, I don’t know,
    But I’ll soon find out, that’s for sure,
    Why did you play me this way?

    Well I guess what you say is true –
    I could never be the right kind of boy for you!

    Well I guess what they say is true,
    I could never spend my life with a woman like you

    RE-Edited for Heartbreak!

    November 25th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  426. Baz replied:

    Jyoti mate, what can i say – you’re a genius!

    December 5th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  427. Kegunjia replied:

    Hello Jioti,
    Me and my best friend Nancy always talk about what “Your Woman” can mean. Thank you for making a song like that, and others of course. She always tried to figure out why “Whitetown?” Was does that name mean? Now that we are learning about new social theories and about social class pyramids and white privilege in America I think we have an idea. I think we (minorities) all feel like we live in “whitetown” in America.
    Thank you,
    Dina R.

    December 7th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  428. Rachel replied:

    Your Woman is amazing. It’s one of those songs i never get bored of of. Where can I find Women In Technology? xx

    December 9th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  429. Andrew replied:

    wow! i was soooo into ‘your woman’ back in the day when it first came out. what a classic song. anyways, now i’m in college and i was off procrastinating and i pulled out my cds and found “women in technology”, which i haven’t listened to in years. i popped it in, and i realized that i love it even more now than i did back then.

    i just wanted to say great job! you rock!


    December 11th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  430. Erin Mac replied:

    OMG Your woman is the most amazing song, I love it, it is soooo me!!!!1

    December 11th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  431. James the W. replied:

    Well. I finally got my hands on “Women in Technology” and I haven’t stopped listening to it for 4 days (Yes, I have no social life).

    And lets go with the crowd… “Your Woman” is great… *aheh*

    J to the W

    December 20th, 2002 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  432. Erin Mac replied:

    It’s me again, i am still in love with the song your woman. yay.

    January 3rd, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  433. steven replied:

    Amazing site !

    January 9th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  434. owlbug replied:

    the world of my perception your voice is true so happy to be introduced. somehow your voice is my wavelength. happy that you are following your dreams. your adoring fans will enjoy the ride do you ever wonder why youre alive, isnt it funny that your voice has found its way to many people just as it was intended. are you jaded? good luck and sweet dreams when you sleep.

    January 18th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  435. owlbug replied:

    i dig you. i live in a place where you music is difficult to find but ive gotten my hands on some of your music i am happy to say. listening to your voice now, matter of fact. good night.

    January 20th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  436. Jeannie Hernandez replied:

    nice site… um, save the lobsters! i haven’t heard this song forever on the radio stations, but i have the mp3, so it’s all good. anyone wanna join FLOB (Friendly Lobster Owner Buyers), just go to my site. byeeees!

    January 23rd, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  437. Jen replied:

    I’ve just been thinking about the ‘your woman’ song and I remmeber when I was ten or so, listening to it on the radio and falling in love with it. Just recently, I downloaded it off imesh and haven’t been able to shut it off repeat.. I love this song and it’s one of the greatest song in the universe! Whitetown rules!

    January 25th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  438. Fabienne replied:

    I am so happy that I find the lyrics !
    THANKS !!
    A bientt !

    January 31st, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  439. Payvand replied:

    I bought the Your Woman single when it came out and I thought the b-side (documentary score) was very very good. Both songs were great. Several years later I decided to see what else was out there and picked up the Peek and Poke album. I think your style and your attitude and genuine enthusiam for music shows in your songs and I feel fortunate to be able to hear music such as yours. I am an Iranian-American who came to America before I was a teenager and I identify with what you express in your music. I like that your music is thought-provoking, while maintaining a positive attitude and passion for the future. I am beginning to try to produce my own music and you are an inspiration. Keep up the good work; I look forward to your next album. If you ever tour America, I’ll be there and I’ll drag my friends along too.

    February 5th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  440. Samantha Williams replied:

    Cool site!

    February 6th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  441. Helen replied:

    Your Woman is a great song. I heard it a couple of years ago and really liked it, but i never found out what it was called, then yesterday, it was on the radio. I finally found the song! It’s so good! Great website too

    February 6th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  442. Joe Lozano replied:

    “Your Woman”, that song is simply the best, I liked it since the first time I heard it, back in 1997, and I still listen to it over and over again, great work man, keep it up!!!

    February 14th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  443. morphy replied:

    I’m really happy to find this site so alive, with a lot of fans … Try to keep it like this !

    I also wanna say a little ‘bonjour’ from France where I live & where I have discovered you with the fabulous song Your Woman.


    February 15th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  444. susi replied:

    sweet kisses

    February 17th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  445. Yana Dimitrova replied:

    nice website

    February 21st, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  446. Amy replied:

    I heard the song “Your Woman” few years ago and I really love it. This site rocks!! I am happy to find it on the net. I haven’t heard other songs from whitetown but “your woman” really makes me feel like Sumer in Montreal, becoz thats when i heard it. This website rocks. Cheers

    March 5th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  447. MOniK replied:

    Hey I heard “your Woman” on the radio and it reminded me of 5th grade (where i was at the time of its release). Either way the song is totally sweet. I tried to download some other songs off of my p2p client but couldnt find them (sorry to try and rip you off.) anyways where do i buy your cds ive tried all the local cd stores… so can you help a fellow brown man out?

    P.S. You have the name of a woman

    March 8th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  448. Amber replied:

    I hadn’t heard “Your Woman” in a long time; so I wanted to request it on Portland’s Mix 107.5, but I couldn’t remember the band. Finally, after a couple of hours of research, I finally discovered this website! I’m so happy, since I really loved that song. I now have got to go buy the cd, now that I remember the name. I first heard the song in 1997; I was single and having a great time in Reno, working for Reno Air. I remember “Your Woman” coming on the radio and just cranking it up, singing along, feeling free! That song has alot of good memories. From, Amber

    March 18th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  449. Glenn Gregory replied:

    Hi Jyoti
    I was just checkin out some websites before I get the Honeyroot site up n running….
    You should check it out.
    See you later.
    Love Glenn

    March 19th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  450. private krankenversicherung replied:

    Excellent Site. My compliments. keep up that good work. From -Germany Walter

    March 20th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  451. Frank replied:

    Hi, just looked through your site, ist very nice made and interesting. keep up! Frank

    March 23rd, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  452. jessAroo replied:

    this is FINALLY the first site i have found that will actually tell me what the song is called, and it was one of the only songs i really can remember being that great when I was growing up. so, *tear, this is finally one of those *tear jerking moments for me! lol
    I am also glad to see that other people remember this song too!

    March 27th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  453. Liam Shorrock replied:

    Yo Jyoti!

    I recently got broadband and decided to download loadsa songs my uncle used to play when he was a DJ. One of them being “your woman”, I was fairly young when this came out but its stuck in my head since i first heard it. Glad i found the web site so i know your still producing good tunes! Are you up for playing a gig at a friends 18th Birthday?? Why dont you try and get a slot at the Reading/Leeds festival? Neways, email me.
    L8er Liam

    April 6th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  454. christopher replied:

    Yo I dig your track..

    April 8th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  455. Garrett replied:

    Waaaaaaaaaaaaah, My friend was like, you got to hear this crazy song, and I was like why, and he was like it’s got this old skool jazz rift that the star wars dudes stole for their silly song, and I was like wtf, for real brother, and we was like ya, and I was like K, so I downloaded it and was like omfg this shit is godlike.

    Yes, and we shall never speak of this again except in vowls, Ayeeeeeiiiiiiiiuuuuuooo

    April 14th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  456. Suzy replied:

    I just posted on your message board, basically explaining how long it took me to find out your song. I thought that that it was Beck since 1997!
    I really like the video too, but I only saw it once. I remember one line “I saw my best friend yesterday, he said he never loved you from the start” or something. I remember how it didn’t rhyme, and that bothered me, hehe. What do you want from me? I was only in 4th grade! Anyayz, You’re really talented, and it’s real nice of you to reply to people making messages on the forum. :)
    Have a nice day.

    April 19th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  457. Morgane Ledolley replied:

    I’m crazy about this song “your woman”. I started listening to it in the same time that Tripping Daisy. I’ve just caught the lyrics on the web. I’d like to see the video again, I like it a lot !

    Why don’t you put some videos on your website ?

    I’d also like to know if the entire album sounds like this song or if it completely different.
    If someone can tell me, please write me an e-mail !!
    I know there are samples on the website, but it’s too short to get an idea.

    As a French girl, I want you to know that many frenchies liked your song !! Come in France to play live !!

    Congratulations again ! Bye…

    April 27th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  458. Sicely replied:

    Your Woman….terrific..everything about it is great…and it is repeatproof..very important…i just read the lyrics, makes a lot of sense:) thanx for making my day

    May 3rd, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  459. Sunil Simon replied:

    Hi Mr Jyothi.!!!

    Just bought ur album “Women in technology”…i know it’s preeeeeety late..but hey,at least now…
    the song “Ur woman” is tooooo cool….so is “undressed”….radical! to be specific..Gr8 the way ….when’re u having ur next our to India?….ill b there.wherever it is….

    Sunil aka SHIFTY

    May 10th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  460. Tamil Mundian replied:

    Yo Jyothi, wussup? Hey man, u’re music is awesome. You should make some new songs with Indian beats. Indian music is really comin up into the mainstream music in the USA, it’d be a huge hit if ya did. Peace man. Keep up the great work bhai.


    May 12th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  461. Jose Martnez replied:

    I like you songs… it’s so cool and let us feel good, the lyrics have a so deep message…

    I really like that…

    Oh….Are you planning another disk?

    May 28th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  462. Jon Gerler replied:

    My friend Yancy recently passed away, and even though he only owned White Town’s “mainstream” record, “your woman” was always a favorite of his. Thank you for bringing some joy into his life through music. I hope that someday my ‘choons will have the same effect on someone else. Have a listen at my website and let me know what you think!

    June 4th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  463. Sandy replied:

    wonderful lyrics :))

    June 4th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  464. Wes replied:

    Hey Jyoti,
    Where did you get the sampling to the beginning of “Your Woman.” It’s errie, interesting, and catchy all at the same time.

    June 21st, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  465. DjBlitz replied:

    HI, I would like to make a breakbeat remix of “Your Woman”, to see if it is possible that some fan could spend the samples or tracks of the Your Woman, they would do me a great favor. Contact with me in:

    July 1st, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  466. Franck SOUQUET replied:

    HI Jyoti,
    When i listen your music,
    I’m in another world!!!
    I like very much “Going nowhere somehow”.
    All the Best!!!

    Thank you Jyoti.
    Franck Souquet

    July 24th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  467. cheergrl142003 replied:

    Hey im the newest mem i thinkl but ne wayz just wanted to say awsome site and that you are so cool. cool to the point were i wake up in the mornin’ with your songs in mind :) 😉

    July 25th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  468. Gloria replied:


    thank you for a lovely web site I enjoyed


    July 29th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  469. Kaleido- Oscar Murguia replied:

    This is Kaleido from PUR ZYNTH Label, Were record Label in Mexico over synth music. I just wanted to drop you some lines and express my real admiration, Ive been deeply moved by the song “Whenever I say Hello” from Cd Electricity 2. We just got some copies of it from our last deal with Ninthwave Records.

    Try some email please to:
    Id like to be in touc with you.

    Excelse song again !!!!! (listening richg now over 6 times repeat)

    Regards from Tequilas land!!

    Oscar Murguia-Kaleido

    August 16th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  470. Sam replied:

    Hey, left message ages ago, just listenin to an old mp3 with you on it, ITS HAMAZIN’ PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE bring some new stuff out, you cannot stop making mmmm oh so sweet music!
    PLEASE just have a think about it, wont stop nagging til u do! mwahahahahaha!
    Sorry woke up crazy today x

    September 6th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  471. Sabri replied:

    Wikid site! It so wierd to think that the song ive been humming for years was writen by someone who lives so close to me. Your music is really relaxin and honest. Which is something that most artists don’t include in their songs (‘cough’ ja rule ‘cough’ p diddy). Best wishes with your music and everything! SAbz

    September 7th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  472. jonny replied:

    it’s funny what pops up when you search for stop the war, isn’t it? i’ve still got one of your cds somewhere :)

    September 8th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  473. Daz replied:

    i rmemeber hearing this song back when i was still in school (year 8 i think, even the same school as you jyoti so i hear) just as i got interested into how music was made and usin school’s little studio, was pretty great knowing somebody so nearby was creating excellent music, shame i had absoloutly no idea how to make music then, but now i have a home studio…maybe the next music video on your TV will be mine? (better not count my chickens eh)

    September 13th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  474. James Andrews replied:

    I’m playing Your Woman on Saturday at around 2.45pm on Liquid – a DAB Digital Radio station in London (and on the web at

    What a great website you have… I’ve wittered on about it in my (pre-recced) show, which plays stuff from the 1990s.

    September 18th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  475. Rich Henderson replied:

    Harumph. Couldn’t find any way to leave comments on your blog, so this’ll have to do. Jyoti, those photos you just posted are beautiful, and they made me very homesick *sob*

    September 24th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  476. James replied:

    Hey…Great site. I just saw Your Woman video on TV (Magic Sky channel 452) as part of there “Where are they now” week…

    I remembered the song straight away, Your Woman was the first single I ever bought!! I think I must have been about 10 or 11 at the time.

    Gonna try and get hold of Women in Technology album! :)


    September 27th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  477. Andy Brown replied:

    Mate ur song your woman rocks, im usually into punk but i dunno – had something about it… And As Its Set In Derby Well That Makes It Well Cooler! Do You Ever Play Anywhere?


    September 30th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  478. Gerrit Barends replied:

    There’s only one quality radiostation in Holland: “3FM”. You wanna know why? Today i requested “Your Woman” by e-mail, and i got answered very soon. In Gerard Ekdom’s show called “Arbeidsvitaminen”, i’m gonna be called by phone(live) and after a small conversation they’ll play the record. The item is called “The Request”. Another proof of this record’s quality!!!

    Great site!!

    October 1st, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  479. chiquita405 replied:

    O man … ‘your woman’ rules the world. I think that’s what most the other people in this guestbook are saying … but it’s true ! I found a remix that someone has done of it …

    … checkit.

    October 2nd, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  480. Tanisha replied:

    hehehe ( your woman ) is the best song!!!

    October 8th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  481. Maxime replied:

    Je voudrais fliciter Jyoti pour son chef d’oeuvre (Your Woman). C’est la meilleure chanson jamais raliser.

    October 24th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  482. Bjrn Chazz De Water replied:

    Hey there, your song still rocks. Glad I found this site, so I can check out the rest of White Town. Take Care and have a fortunate future.

    November 7th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  483. Brinley replied:

    How come your still really quite underground. I can never find anything of yours in a record store. Good to hear you like BR got to say that was unexpected, their sound has matured alot since some of their earlier ones. Oh and Your Woman, well lets say im a fan.

    November 7th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  484. CC_TiGeR replied:

    Merci / Thanx

    Merci d’avoir fait un si bel album woman in technology est vraiment excellent !!! Je viens de voir qu’il existait un second album o puis je le trouver ?

    Thanks for that wonderful album women in technology is realy amazing !!! I’ve just discover that there’s a second album, where could i find it ?

    Let me help u get undressed
    I’m not better than the rest
    And i know u can see true
    All i’ve said today ……


    CC_TiGeR —- > For Ze LoVe oF GReaT MuSiK


    November 8th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  485. asaba owerri replied:

    i really love your web site. keep it up. guys uwa wu paw paw

    November 29th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  486. garry roffe replied:

    has anyone seen whitetown your woman on a jukebox recently?

    November 30th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  487. Snorri B. Einarsson replied:

    I just have to say that “Your Woman” is one of my all-time favorite songs, for a while a couple of years back i listened to it constantly for days. I don’t know what it is about the song that makes it so good, there’s just something addictive about it….

    December 4th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  488. nekeo replied:

    This is true for me too. I’m listening to it actually. From time to time I plug myself into this music for a few days.

    December 5th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  489. Ali Mc.Millan replied:

    Hey there. Stumbled across your site this evening. Ive still got my Your Woman tape at home. Bloody excellent it is too.

    Im doing Pop Music with Music Technology at Derby Uni. Our lecturer said that you went to the uni. Cool!

    I will definitly have to come to the bless on Monday and get you to sign my tape.


    December 5th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  490. bridget replied:

    “your woman” is my favorite song of all time. i can listen to it forever and never get sick of it. there is just something about this song that is addicting and makes me want to listen to it again and again. yaay for white town!

    December 10th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  491. mdf replied:

    nice site.

    December 14th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  492. Maunik Patel replied:

    I know its probably quite a stretch but would you ever have plans to tour in the states um… perhaps Cinncinatti?

    December 17th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  493. meleth parambath veetilkunhi kannan replied:

    i heard that when i was 16. i was young and niave than and the song brings back memories.listening to it is like this trip down them old days.
    thanks, jm.

    December 22nd, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  494. alex replied:

    Hello there,

    I really like your oppinion about the major labels and how they disable the artists visions.

    I have a bedroom studio, too.

    nice site!
    nice artist!

    have a nice day


    December 27th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  495. Heather replied:

    Love the music.. love the band.. love the site.. it’s great to be connected to musical “super-heroes” in such a laid back easy to talk to fashion! If only David Bowie was this down to earth.. haha..

    December 27th, 2003 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  496. sharkpass replied:

    Totally, absolutely addictive ‘Your Woman’ is. I wish there were more like it (ie. a modern take on early 20th century music.

    January 17th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  497. Hans replied:

    Your Woman is one the greatest songs ever written.
    After all these years it is still great to play/hear it. Fantastic.

    January 23rd, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  498. olive and stef replied:

    nice site, big hit still top of the pops!!!
    french kisses.

    January 23rd, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  499. Leon Adams replied:

    I think in my opinion, Your Woman is the most unforgettable song I’ve ever heard. Is there a way I could get it on video or DVD? Write back to me via e-mail. Thank you and god Bless

    January 27th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  500. Vikki replied:

    I absolutely love the song “Your Woman”. White Town rocks! My friends have played this song at their parties we all love it!

    January 28th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  501. Arnaud replied:

    I really love “Your Woman”. As an English Teacher, I play it to my pupils to teach them some expressions such as “why did you play me that way”, or “I’ll find out”, or “She said she never liked you from the start”. It is always a sheer delight to see how they quickly memorize the lyrics, because the song is really pleasant!

    Nice website too, I was amazed to discover that “White Town” was in fact onen and only one artist! I loved the story about performing in front of Skinheads :-))) It must have been a terrible time !!!

    February 1st, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  502. Miss Honalulu Ling replied:

    So how come evolution meant that we ended up with our trachea RIGHT next to our oesophagus? Am I the only person that thinks that having an essential, life-supporting tube that inhales air RIGHT next to a tube that gobbles up food is UTTERLY RIDICULOUS? If the opening of the oesophagus was on your navel, then there would be NO chance of choking occurring. Why put them right next to one another huh? DESIGN FAUX-PAS.

    February 11th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  503. Lj replied:

    “Your Women” was the first ever single i bought.

    February 20th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  504. Simon replied:

    Hi Jyoti

    Quick hello. 2 excellent websites. Looks like you’re keeping busy dj’ing and snapping photos etc!

    Annabel says hi too.


    February 27th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  505. Liam replied:

    Your woman was and still is one of the coolest songs ive ever ever did hear!! like when it comes on at work every now and again, it takes me back and makes my day. amazing.

    March 5th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  506. Oliver replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    Just wanted to say that your forum is really great! I loved reading what people have to say and your comments.

    Also, ‘Your Woman’ is really, and I mean REALLY good! You must get that a lot I’m sure!


    March 16th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  507. chubbybacca replied:

    Why is it so hard to find the album women in technology. ive been all over L.a and cant get my hands on it. please anyon e-mail mm with response. thank you.

    March 18th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  508. Kuta replied:


    March 31st, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  509. Shekar J replied:

    When you comin to Cincinnati Jyoti? Hit us up!

    April 2nd, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  510. amat replied:

    hi…i bought women in technology years ago since i heard the ‘your women’ played by radio stations. it was a really really great song. even now i still play in sometimes in my mp3 player. i must say you must have done a great job. i hope to hear more songs sounded like ‘your women’. but i must say, other than ‘your women’ song, the rest were not as good as ‘your women’. but i really admire your perspective on music itself. all the best.

    April 10th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  511. Lily replied:

    I was reading the FAQ about asking if you are gay, and you said that human beings are just sexual, and I couldn’t agree more. But I’d like to point out if we are to ascribe ourselves to any sexuality, it should be Bi-sexual! That’s just twice the sex! YAY!

    but of course, that just reiterates the idea that we are just sexual beings in general.

    But saying the words “It’s twice the sex” is a lot of fun anyways.

    April 12th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  512. Lily replied:


    outta curiosity, how sick are you of hearing the words “your woman”?

    April 12th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  513. ismar replied:


    April 13th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  514. Anthony Fiore replied:

    hello there jyoti. Like everybody else who signs the guestbook, i bought women in technology when i was about 13. im about to turn 20, and your music still has an impact on me. the guitarist in my band recently came to me with an idea to cover your women at one of our shows and being that our singer is female, i think its a fascinating idea. My father is also an admirer of yours too. As a matter of fact, my dad actually was the one who told me about you in the first place. anyways, enough babbling. i just thought you would like to know that “your women” still holds true after all these years

    April 18th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  515. laura replied:

    Just wanted to clear up that the photo on ‘screamadelica’ from Tues the 13th of April with the caption at the bottom ‘i dont know who these girls are’ is of me and my friend! And to clear up another matter-we DO infact know Fraz! Nice meeting you briefly in my drunken state anyway. Laura x

    April 21st, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  516. Alex replied:

    Good to finally see a musician dedicated to their music, not their money! Wonderful site, I’ll be back!

    April 27th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  517. Pavel Peretz replied:

    Jyoti, I sent you mail a couple months ago. I try to find someone from EMI who have to help me with copyright, I mean song Your woman. But its difficult to do this, when you live in Russia. May be you should help me. Im ready to send you MP3. Its a cover version. Your homepages under construction and I cant find your mail address.

    April 28th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  518. Djems replied:

    I really like your music… I wish I was as good as you at recording stuff in my room. All of my synth stuff just sounds crap, as if I have stolen it from Mindless Self Indulgence. The Pixies rock.

    May 5th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  519. Djems, again replied:

    Wow! I just realised that you are of a Marxist leaning. The Socialist Realist writers of the early Soviet Union history were brilliant, and Trotsky was da’ man.

    May 5th, 2004 at 12:00 am. Permalink.

  520. Palmer replied:

    I would just like to say… uh… uhm… thanks for being the definitive track for my age 14. Wait… I think I was 14.
    Ok. So I can’t remember what year you defined.
    Kudos and much love.

    August 19th, 2004 at 7:29 am. Permalink.

  521. sinfonic replied:

    hey there! i still find your site and your music most interesting, keep up the good work fella and all the best for the future, take care, ChrisL

    August 29th, 2004 at 1:31 am. Permalink.

  522. Meep replied:

    I’ve looked every where for a “Your Woman” Mp3 but I can’t find one anywhere on the web…Do you have one? I’ll be ever so thankful! It’s a really choice song!
    Luv Meep
    ps: Stay beautiful^_^

    September 11th, 2004 at 8:07 am. Permalink.

  523. Alondra replied:

    hi…i´m Alondra from Mexico mmm love me your music…and ideas…some much…congratulations for the new site…is grate! (sorry speak english poor..) mmm i can.t know—where can I purchase or download the Your Woman Music Video?


    September 12th, 2004 at 6:10 am. Permalink.

  524. w0f replied:

    ‘Your Woman’ is my favourite tune of all time and of course like most visitors here it’s pretty much the only track of your work I have sampled.

    I bought the single when it was released and adopted it as my theme tune from then on. I guess what it’s about is different for everyone, in spite of your explanation in the FAQ section.

    The song doesn’t sound dated at all and continues to inspire, remind, and elevate me.

    So I found your website today and just thought I’d say well done and thank you for such an important piece of my music catalogue.

    Now to Amazon I must visit to get a copy of what I have missed.

    September 22nd, 2004 at 2:46 am. Permalink.

  525. marc replied:

    hi,something iI realy want to know:How did you find the inspiraction?I live here in Norwich,I allso write/sing from my bedroom,I jus cant find any thing inspirin here.Every day is like sunday is the song that comes to mind except it should have said”this is a racist town,they forgot bomb”.I am white but I can,t help notice the absence of diffrent races here.Is this where you got the name from?I travel to brighton allmost every weekend for an inspiration boost.I just downloaded “woman” as a midi file…how on earth can they make that sound dreadfull.I like your atitude and good luck with the studio,im doing exactly the same thing……..fucking misrable neighbours,who needs them!

    September 30th, 2004 at 12:37 pm. Permalink.

  526. shane replied:

    My name is Shane Nancarrow, I am currently a Producer and own an Event Management/Artist Manmagement company in Australia.

    I have been working on a remix of your song your woman for some time now and is in the final stages of being complete.
    It is more modern electro based than pop and more DJ friendly version, as I am a DJ and found it hard to work the original into my mixed set.
    I think there would be an incredibly huge market still for this song even in Australia alone, as was wondering if you would ever consider workin with anyone on a remix??

    If so please do not hesitate to contact me so we can talk further.

    Thanks and Kind Regards,
    Shane Nancarrow
    Purple Poison Productions

    October 9th, 2004 at 8:18 am. Permalink.

  527. Travis Rutledge replied:

    Hey, im a big fan of White Town. I know for a fact that there is a music video for “your woman” and how it is in black and white. But i cant find it anywhere. Where can i go to see this video?

    October 13th, 2004 at 10:18 pm. Permalink.

  528. kyle hall replied:

    I would like to say that ‘women in technology” is the best record I have ever heard. I own over 250 cds ranging from the early 70’s to the modern time and only 2 of them rain supreme amongst all music. Women in technology being one of them, and gorillaz self titled being the other.. Your music speaks to me in a way that few can ever reach. Every single song is a unique blend of the most innovative sounds I’ve ever heard. I am a huge fan and regret that you will probably will never make it to america for a tour and that I will never make it to england. sigh. keep up the amazing work and I love your essays.

    October 19th, 2004 at 3:45 pm. Permalink.

  529. Eugene Polyakov replied:

    Hello Malcolm, There are smth about ‘Your woman’ song in almost comment here , and this one will not be exeption :) it’s really great! I’ve heart it few year ago, find over net, and still listening (by the way – right now it in my player). I’m not an English teacher like person few post down (I live in Russia) but I like words too. Masterpiece… But, I think the man who wrote this track and “white town” prj. are not one hit wonder – proubably from showbusiness’s side it looks like that – labels come and gone, but song like that will live very long, and people will show it to they children, and they to they children like Beatles, CHaikowsky, Byron, Dostoevsky etc. it’s classic! Life is continue and as for me – I’ll wait more great tracks from White town and show all downloaded songs to my friends. All the best from Russia!

    October 20th, 2004 at 8:54 pm. Permalink.

  530. Rodney replied:

    I love the song ‘Your Woman’! They played it recently here on 99x in Atlanta. I use to watch the video on Launchcast but they pulled it off.
    Is there another place to watch the video? I hope your next project souds great too?

    October 23rd, 2004 at 2:16 am. Permalink.

  531. Tom replied:

    This must make me the 11-teenth person to make a post on “Your Woman”, I hadn’t heard the song in over 5 years(my stepmom introduced me to the song…) My roomate found the song and its inspired a renewed vigor in me. Just one thing-THE SONG SOUNDS TOTALLY DIFFERENT!! Hearing it for the first time back in 1998, it sounded more hardcore, a song I used numerous times to get psyched before a game(please dont ask why), but now it sounds kinda sob-storyish…maybe I’m wrong here????

    October 23rd, 2004 at 10:13 pm. Permalink.

  532. Maria replied:

    Hey. I just came here to find the lyrics for “Your Woman” (because I was confused as to the POV from which the song was written) and I started reading your other songs, which consequently got be crying my eyes out. I just had to let you know, you put in words exactly how I feel right now. Especially with the song “White Town” and the one after it… It’s just that after a brilliant relationship, I had to leave my boyfriend of 2 months back in Spain (he’s british but lives there) but we were supposed to keep in touch and he was supposed to come see me and things were just wonderful until about a month ago when he started ignoring me. And it’s just been killing me because it seems like he’s throwing it all away, and I thought you’d like to know that your songs really touched me. I hope you never get them played on the radio again so that they won’t become overkill. Thank you.
    (sorry for the sob story)

    November 1st, 2004 at 10:58 pm. Permalink.

  533. Megan replied:

    hey, i was at the bar vida gig on sunday, i agree it was ace :) your photos are amazing, some moments were perfectly captured. kind of coincidentally, i was in a pub in derby before the gig and was going through the jukebox and i saw ‘your woman’ and i was like, wow haven’t heard that for ages! lets play it. and then got to the gig to find out you were taking photos…might start considering a career in psychic ability! x

    November 2nd, 2004 at 4:25 pm. Permalink.

  534. MusicBizBenton replied:

    Hello 😀

    I work for an online radio station and have my own little indie show called ‘The indiePendent On Sunday’ (yes, I know – I was drunk when I thought f that one!!!) and was just putting the playlist together for next weekends show when I found my copy of ‘Your Woman’ and thought ‘Well, why not!’. As always on the webpage for the show I put links to the artists own websites so I’m thrilled to come across this website and see that ‘White Town’ is still going strong! From the clips I’ve heard, the music is still first class as well… I don’t suppose you would mind if I played some of your more recent tracks on my show??? Please do get in touch!


    November 4th, 2004 at 1:30 am. Permalink.

  535. mediumbrownbag replied:

    “your women” is a greatest song i ever hear,… check out our site at thanks!

    November 5th, 2004 at 10:30 am. Permalink.

  536. arjun replied:

    Hay yaar i am very big fan of you, I just love the song ” your woman”,
    I would love to have a poster of your in my room,please send me one,
    my address is:
    or-97124 usa.
    thanks dude

    November 8th, 2004 at 8:37 pm. Permalink.

  537. Anonymous replied:

    Keep it up (like I do :-)) Great site – loved the bit about yourselves.

    December 2nd, 2004 at 5:55 am. Permalink.

  538. Carlos Paredes replied:

    It is amazing SOMETIMES what people can do with something called music. Your Woman, was the first theme i listened of you it was probably like six years ago, now i accidentally i hit your website and found out that there was a lot better to listen to besides -Your Woman-. December, great song, sadly the demo last just 30 seconds, Im Alone probably is one of those songs once you listen it remains the whole day as an inner voice,…well…something like that.
    just wanted to let you know that down here there´s a guy who support strongly your music.
    Carlos. Caracas, Venezuela. SOUTHAMERICA

    December 3rd, 2004 at 2:19 am. Permalink.

  539. Carlos Paredes replied:

    Hey this is Carlos, from Caracas, Venezuela. Southamerica. Just wanted to let you know that down here there´s a guy who supports your music. Your Woman is a greatsong, but checking the other demos of your songs i found out that there´s a bunch of better ones than this. Well it´s all i have to say by now ah….and keep up with the gret stuff you´ve been comming along with.
    Carlos from Caracas, Venezuela.

    December 3rd, 2004 at 2:29 am. Permalink.

  540. ninjadroid replied:

    So I was busy reminding myself why I’m working on a CompSci degree at my shit job at RadioShack, when “Your Woman” comes on over the sattelite radio. This was the first time I had heard that song in something like 8 years, and I was a wee lad of 12 during that initial exposure. Immediately, I recognized it as a kick ass tune, and recalled taping it off the radio as an impecunious squirt. Back home, and with a fresh mp3 via gtk-gnutella, I stumble upon this website. “Ah, the dude’s still kickin’, eh? Schweet.” I’m currently awaiting the arrival of my copy of WIT in the mail, and looking forward to the rest WT has to offer. Well done, chap.

    December 6th, 2004 at 3:24 pm. Permalink.

  541. Caitlyn replied:

    I really love this music. Your woman is one of my top 5 favorite songs. I was wondering if I could book you to perform at my college. Email me at if you still perform live and you are interested.

    December 7th, 2004 at 7:55 pm. Permalink.

  542. Adam replied:

    hi Jyoti…i m a MASSIVE fan of ur work i m having problems purchasing ure music on…pls can u send me a link so i can have all yr songs…..cheers

    December 9th, 2004 at 5:24 pm. Permalink.

  543. sogi replied:

    i’m a big fan of you from Indonesia.. especially your ‘give me some pain’. where can i get that single? is it true that it’s only out in japan ? please help me to get it, coz i only have a copy of it from a radio station.. i made music too, and i inspired by you.. thx alot.. keep on the good work..

    December 13th, 2004 at 10:52 am. Permalink.

  544. Ajie Gergaji replied:

    wanted :: yeah ! i love that song !

    December 14th, 2004 at 4:33 am. Permalink.

  545. C Edkins replied:

    “She Left for Paris” will be a winner just give it a chance. I love it!
    UK GB Listener :)

    December 17th, 2004 at 1:56 am. Permalink.

  546. Paul Groom replied:

    Hi Jyoti –

    Trying to find your e-mail on the site proved harder than I expected, so I thought I’d contact you through the comments board. Let’s talk photography!

    Hope to hear from you soon.


    January 7th, 2005 at 2:19 pm. Permalink.

  547. Rob Lockwood replied:

    Hi Jyoti

    Absolutely fantastic to read your ramblings. Suffice to say I agree with every word! And the rantier you are the more I agree!

    I couldn’t find your e-mail address either, but I forgive you.

    All the best

    January 14th, 2005 at 5:53 pm. Permalink.

  548. Ben Palmer replied:

    Jyoti –
    You are “the shit”, dude. I enjoy your philosophies and your music. Keep up the good work. A true fan from Kentucky in the USA.

    January 27th, 2005 at 8:54 pm. Permalink.

  549. Sean replied:

    Hey Just thought that I would let you know that I really Enjoy your music, I am a musician/writer just having fun and enjoying my craft sure would be good to get a hit that would let me do music without worrying about Stocking shelves, your story is an inspiration. Thanks.

    February 2nd, 2005 at 7:17 am. Permalink.

  550. georg replied:

    eine wirklich gelungene site –
    respekt !!

    musikalische greetz aus wien…

    February 16th, 2005 at 11:24 am. Permalink.

  551. harish replied:

    hi i just wanted to know if you like the smiths because some of your songs remind me of their songs and it has drawn me to your music. it’d be awsome if you could reply to me or post something up concerning if you know anything about the smiths.

    March 1st, 2005 at 5:32 am. Permalink.

  552. Zeracles replied:

    Hi, it was VERY difficult to find your web-site. Your woman was one of the most popular tracks of it’s time, but now this project is forgotten and it is not good. I cannot find any albums in any store (Russia) it is even not present in P2P.
    As of your music, it reminds me techno pop/synthepop/electroclash (in one mix :), so I always had a question if there are any LP’s with your tracks?
    Yours, Alexander.

    March 5th, 2005 at 6:10 am. Permalink.

  553. Meg replied:

    Are you the dude who did that track Your Woman?
    Class song!

    March 14th, 2005 at 8:51 pm. Permalink.

  554. Robin replied:

    Hello, I’ve just checked your website as I do every now and then to see about any new things you’re doing and I noticed the news item about work on a new album. Excellent news, you’re guaranteed a sale here.

    March 15th, 2005 at 12:09 am. Permalink.

  555. Renate Eytchison replied:

    I love having Sex with Women!!!!!! Whitetown rules!!!

    March 17th, 2005 at 11:25 am. Permalink.

  556. Derby Ram! replied:

    Hey Jyoti!

    Are you still living in or around Derby? Your the only famous artist to come out of Derby in my view! except for the bird from Liberty X, Hope you get some more of your stuff out! “The ‘Your Woman’ Video” was pure genius! Up the Rams and Derby!

    March 18th, 2005 at 6:25 pm. Permalink.

  557. Random Yank replied:

    I know you probably have heard this a million and one times but i am a big fan of “Your Woman.” The beat circles in my head like the hips of my woman! Thank you for this decidely different entry into the music industry.

    April 14th, 2005 at 11:30 am. Permalink.

  558. Erin replied:

    Hello! Ohboyohboyohboy – Excited :-) I collected a pile of singles on my last visit home, and listening to ‘Abort Retry Fail?’, remembering how much I loved it, I read the cover and spotted the URL. Could it possibly be? Surely there couldn’t still be anything there? And lo and behold, what do I find? I’m very excited that you’re still churning out the good stuff, really pleased. Miffed that I missed the Christmas dowload, but still – I shall be sticking around from now on 😀
    (*goes EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE a bit longer*)

    April 17th, 2005 at 5:39 pm. Permalink.

  559. Carrie replied:

    Wow its great to find your website! I remember e-mailing you when I was in the 9th grade high school sometime after Women In Technology came out and asking you if I could be your women and you e-mailed me back saying you already had a women! haha I was a dork 😛 Anyway I’m glad to see your still around! 😛

    April 18th, 2005 at 5:30 am. Permalink.

  560. Yuqi replied:

    Hi,I’m a girl from Shanghai China.I’d like to say that “Your Woman” is one of my fav songs,it gets very hard to find some nice songs like it nowadays.Keep up your excellent work!–Yuqi

    April 19th, 2005 at 2:46 pm. Permalink.

  561. Vinoth replied:

    HI! I’m a (Indian) fan of your work….well…i’ve heard only YourWoman anyway *Embarrased*. I cant find any of your albums/tracks here.. :(
    I NEVER knew you were from India until i read it from this site!!
    Keep churning out great music..
    Take care dude..
    Vinothraj J

    April 21st, 2005 at 6:00 pm. Permalink.

  562. Karen B. replied:

    I still love your ‘Women In technology’ album after all these years!! I’d love to hear more of your stuff soon. =)

    May 4th, 2005 at 3:47 pm. Permalink.

  563. Julian replied:

    Alright mate, you still around then? And there was me thinking you were a one hit wonder with ‘Your Woman’. I heard it for the 1st time in yeeeeeears last summer when I was in Sydney, Australia and they played it on the radio (was surprised that it had reached down under) I remembered what a good song it was, perhaps down to the Star Wars sample. Is it right you’re Asian (Indian). If so, whose voice is that on the song. If it’s yours, you sound pretty posh mate. Anyway, keep up the good work, regards, Jules (London)

    May 11th, 2005 at 1:21 pm. Permalink.

  564. Sooz replied:

    Hey!! I absolutely love White town… and I saw the “Your woman” video and i was just fascinated by it. But I can’t find it anywhere… does anybody know were I can download it??
    Thanks a lot
    White town Rocks!!!!

    May 13th, 2005 at 12:58 am. Permalink.

  565. parliament_blue replied:

    It was a number one hit in Israel for 3 weeks I think !!!
    (youre woman)

    May 26th, 2005 at 2:04 pm. Permalink.

  566. Steve Lawson replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    just read the bit on the site about downloads – the easiest way to get on iTunes seems to be to go through CDbaby – – a very cool indie CD sales site in the US, who will also handle iTunes submissions for you.

    The alternative if you’ve got plenty of website traffic anyway, is to use OSCommerce – – an open source e-shop package, that’ll handle download sales for you, and you can take the money via paypal/nochex or a credit card service if you’ve got one. I’ve been using for a while to handle all the sales on my site, and it works great. Drop me a line if you want to know more.

    Loving the blog,


    May 29th, 2005 at 5:28 pm. Permalink.

  567. Neil Ferris replied:

    So, I didn’t make it into the history ! Neil x

    June 1st, 2005 at 1:33 pm. Permalink.

  568. J La'Darius replied:

    I’m an American and I love your music. I remember when “You’re Woman” was really big over here. I heard on the radio the other day and decided that I should do a little research on your band. Wow. You guys are pretty cool. Looking forward to getting deeper into your music. Keep up the great work!

    June 1st, 2005 at 9:05 pm. Permalink.

  569. Fenris Wolfe replied:

    Jeez, can’t anyone spell ‘Your’ anymore? But then that’s what happens when the population is being dumbed down, isn’t it? It’s quite shocking that I’m one of the most intelligent people I know, because I’m really not.


    I know you’re sick of hearing it, but ‘Your Woman’ is awesome. It’s the only White Town song I’ve ever heard, but it isn’t going to be the last. The lyrics, quite apart from anything else, are simply brilliant and the hook is infectious without being irritating (unlike a certain Jennifer Lopez track – GRRR). I’m sure you’ve heard it all before. Before I go I just want to tell you that ‘Your Woman’ has been one of the key inspirations to me in my own music. It’s pretty much perfect (your track, not my music).

    I look forward to hearing all those songs you’ve made and love but don’t get the attention ‘Your Woman’ does. Intelligent and listenable music seems to be a scarcity these days. Thank you for making the musical landscape better for those of us who can appreciate it.

    June 6th, 2005 at 4:28 pm. Permalink.

  570. Aviney replied:

    So I’m in America, watching VH1 (like MTV but for older folks) when I hear maybe 3 seconds of a song that sounds ridiculously familiar. All I can remember is this weird sort of synth sound playing over and over again, and I have a terribly vivid memory of hearing this song before, years and years ago.

    All I could remember of the song though were the words “I could never be your woman.” Bless the internet though, because thanks to a quick visit to Yahoo! 5 minutes later I knew the song and was able to purchase it from iTunes. I’ve got no clue where I initially heard “Your Woman”, seeing as how I was 13 years old when it came out, but who cares. I’ve got an 8 hour drive coming up in a couple of days, and this will definitely be one of tracks coming out of my CD player. Thanks for the great song!



    June 16th, 2005 at 7:57 am. Permalink.

  571. Chris D replied:

    I’ve been burning all my CD’s to MP3 recently, so it was a perfect chance to listen through ‘Women in Technology’ again. What a great album. Thanks for the music. 😉

    To Steve Lawson who posted earlier… didn’t I see you supporting Level 42 a few years ago? Great stuff dude.


    June 19th, 2005 at 3:53 pm. Permalink.

  572. Steve Lawson replied:

    Hi Chris,

    that was me opening for Level 42, but don’t hold it against me 😉 I’m really glad you enjoyed it – better not take up any more of Jyoti’s bandwidth, but please check out for more!


    June 19th, 2005 at 10:38 pm. Permalink.

  573. wayne replied:

    hey jyoti,
    how’s it going?
    i lost your email address when my pc died (along with about 5 half finished tracks i hadn’t backed up – serves me right).
    just found news of a your woman cover on
    drop me a line, be good to catch up
    all the best mate
    wayne xx

    June 22nd, 2005 at 10:23 am. Permalink.

  574. Kevin Seecharan replied:

    YAHH!! this tune was the ultimate song when i was younger. had us all curious for weeks why a bloke was singing ‘i will never be your woman.’

    great stuff and fine girl in the video from what i remember. never heard from you again. ah well. take care mate and thanks for influencing daniel beddingfield ..yuck

    e z

    June 28th, 2005 at 11:38 pm. Permalink.

  575. Peeps replied:

    ive been looking for white town stuff for ages on cd/vinyl i can only ever get your woman online. my god that song brings me back

    July 4th, 2005 at 4:04 pm. Permalink.

  576. Simon replied:

    I’ve only just discovered ‘Your Woman’, and like it very much… Only just discovered it now, because I was at the age of 6 when it came out :).
    I hope to hear more from White Town some time.
    Well I just wanted to write this down, and show the youth now isn’t only hip-hop and stuff ^^.

    July 13th, 2005 at 10:09 pm. Permalink.

  577. Kieran replied:

    “Your Woman” is one of the best songs ever written, in my humble opinion.

    July 19th, 2005 at 3:58 am. Permalink.

  578. Justin James replied:

    Hey Man,
    I was 8 at the time white town’s your woman was released in Australia it left a deep impression on me, a welcome relief along with radiohead’s paranoid android to the norm.
    The song charted at number 35 in Australia in 1997 on the end of year charts btw. (yes Julian we can hear the music ‘down under’).
    I think the video version of the song is a great example of a song developing integrity through the use of visual symbolisms. The resonating image of the TV penetrating our lives is oh so apt…The road signs, heart shaped lockets and other visual devices are all excellent derivatives integrated into the song adding depth.
    The connotations associated with the stressed mother with the pram being liberated from the traditional expectations thrust upon her by society is refreshing but has been pummeled into the ground now overstepping into reverse sexism.
    B&W allowed me to focus on the lyrics and the narrative unfolding, colours would’ve served as a mere distraction. The sexual ambiguity delightfully added an air of confusion to the dynamic relations. Thank you for messing the minds of a young lost ‘generation y’ I will be eternally grateful. The overtly dramatic sequencing of the ‘star wars’ like march simultaneously occurring to the antagonist’s dismayed face is innovative and gives me a warm sense of nostalgia, in fact the whole song does.
    Congrats your visionary work is truly inspirational.

    July 21st, 2005 at 2:19 pm. Permalink.

  579. Kiki replied:

    The first time i heard this song (your woman ) i was in 4th grade.. i INSTANTLY loved this song, and have been in constant search of it ever since… not remembering and information about this song at all.. was quite the problem after all thoes years. ha ha. That was the last time i ever heard it!! …i’m now graduated from high school, anyways.. Just Today.. My sister heard this song on the radio and rememberd that iv’e been in search of this song ever since i was less than 12 years old.. ha ha. so— this song means alot to me, ive been listning to it non-stop to make up for all thoes years when i shoouldve been listning to it!

    July 25th, 2005 at 2:46 am. Permalink.

  580. katue replied:

    hey i was wondering why you say “i want to be your woman” and stuff like that when you are actully a man.

    July 25th, 2005 at 10:06 am. Permalink.

  581. Lisa Topley replied:

    Hi Jyoti

    I live in Oakwood, Derby, I’m not sure if it’s true, but I was led to believe that you lived round here too. Anyway, I remember when ‘Your Woman’ stormed the charts, my friend Naomi and I were well into it, although I confess, I never followed your career, or checked out any of your albums, but I’ve just read some of your lyrics, and I think they are wonderful, especially ‘The Shape of Love’ these words are true for me at the moment with something I’m going through. I promise faithfully to try and get copies of your albums!!!

    At the time you had your hit, my friend and I were dumb struck by a local Derby band, ‘The Beekeepers’ they told us that they were friends of yours, is this true, and do you still keep in touch with them. We followed them all over, the best gig was at The Hacienda in Manchester, although they always went down a storm at Loughborough Uni. I believe that Jamie went on to work on MTV, but I don’t know about Bez, Gary and the drummer, (his name escapes me), they should, in my opinion, have made it big.

    Well, I’ve taken up too much of your time now, so I’ll leave you to it, but now I’ve found this site, I will be back to check on you. Keep up the good work mate.

    Lisa x x

    July 27th, 2005 at 11:22 am. Permalink.

  582. john replied:

    hello,.. john from the band courtesan here or my alter ego side project( bi-curious).

    thanx 4 putting the parents pics on ya web site, it was a great night, im friends with the band,
    dave the singer is a true manic.
    are you hireing your studio out in the future
    im looking 4 a new studio 2 do my solo stuff?
    cheers john

    July 28th, 2005 at 9:31 am. Permalink.

  583. FRED replied:

    “Your woman” is still being played on a daily basis on French pop-rock radio station “Le Move”. What’s astonishing with this song is that after 8 years it keeps on comparing with all that is being currently produced. Just like it was writen a few weeks ago. What a good thing you made guy !

    August 1st, 2005 at 9:03 am. Permalink.

  584. James K replied:

    DC101, the most popular station in the capitol of the USA, just had a lunch tribute to songs about women. Your Woman came in #1. Nice work.

    August 1st, 2005 at 6:16 pm. Permalink.

  585. Kirk replied:

    Hi there! I was wondering if there was anyway i could still buy a copy of the album that ‘your woumen’ came from?

    But also, i just read your bio of how it all got started.Thats really awsome, that song your woumen, will forever be a fuckin classsic :D:D:D

    August 3rd, 2005 at 6:23 pm. Permalink.

  586. jren207 replied:

    Hi, just want to say I really like “Your Woman”, managed to get a copy from a legal music site (MSN Music), so you still get money for that great track ;). Just had to download it as it was nagging me from hearing it on the radio recently (Viking FM, UK). Yeh, it does get played quite often, even today :), anyway, i’ll probably buy your other tracks, I like the kinda tracks you make so yeh, 😀

    August 4th, 2005 at 3:16 am. Permalink.

  587. rashad khan replied:

    hi there jyoti

    im a singer songwriter have been a massive fan of ure work for a while currently doing a cover of ‘give me some pain ‘ on gigs around leeds…doing a radio slot live on radio leeds soon cant find lyrics to the song! HELP!……

    August 4th, 2005 at 1:31 pm. Permalink.

  588. Christian replied:

    Hey wats up? I heard your song like a year ago and i was always wondering wat the name of the song was called and who made it. so but dumb luck i stumbled upon your song. I “your woman” is one of the greatish songs made. I also done some research about White Town. I hope your new ablum has a hit!!!

    August 5th, 2005 at 11:42 am. Permalink.

  589. David replied:

    Good on you, man! Keep it up.

    August 6th, 2005 at 1:34 pm. Permalink.

  590. kevin shorty replied:

    I LOVE ” your woman”.. i first heard it .. 5 years ago! and ive searched far and wide for the name of the song ! then i finally found it on google! WOOTNESS! GO GOOGLE AND GO WHITETOWN! GREAT SONG! very good beat


    August 10th, 2005 at 2:14 am. Permalink.

  591. SANTIAGO replied:


    August 10th, 2005 at 11:14 am. Permalink.

  592. Rosa replied:

    Hola! i like your woman, from White Town, but I don’t know any other song, cos I listen to a different kind of music. But if you know a whitetowns’ single similar to “your woman” I would be kind to hearing to it.


    August 13th, 2005 at 1:31 pm. Permalink.

  593. Rosa replied:

    ¡Hola de nuevo!
    Hello again! I’ve been looking the site, and I see that “Your Questions” is closed. Why?? Hey, the December Song is beautiful ;). Is there anyone? I’ve been looking for an answer, but there’s nobody here.
    Well, Kisses.

    August 16th, 2005 at 7:02 pm. Permalink.

  594. Lada replied:

    hello, jyoti. I’m from Moscow, Russia. As most people below I just want to say thanks for your beautiful song “Your woman”.It’s still being played on a radio here from time to time and when I hit on it – well, it’s like a ray of light. I won’t try to explain what this song means to me (is it in my genes? I don’t know ;))but in a strange way it took part in my life.

    August 24th, 2005 at 11:29 pm. Permalink.

  595. Harry Hardcore replied:

    Woah just heard ‘your woman’ again at the gym after last hearing it 8 years ago! Didn’t even know it was called ‘your woman’ till today! But I used to love hearing it on the radio when I was about 10, and haven’t heard it since until 2day. Was wondering what it was called all this time but I never knew any of the lyrics so I couldn’t find it. Wicked song, still think its quality, and its awesome to hear it again!

    August 25th, 2005 at 10:32 pm. Permalink.

  596. dae replied:

    hi well one day i heard your women. the beat is awsome please make more songs like that. you know with a good beat. anyway. good song.

    August 27th, 2005 at 3:32 am. Permalink.

  597. Darrington Darque replied:

    Yo, I heard Your Woman several years ago, when it came out, then it disappeared entirely. Then I heard it again at a party I was at, and demanded the person give me the song. He added me to his MSN and sent me the song last Saturday evening.

    I did not stop listening to it for 12 hours straight.

    Seriously. And the song is still good for me. Its the beat in the song, it just never ends.

    Yes, there were drugs involved, which may have had something to do with it, but even sober now I still love the song and can listen to it continuously.

    Just, its awesome, thanks man for releasing it.

    August 30th, 2005 at 4:42 pm. Permalink.

  598. Matteo replied:

    hi. When I was still a young man of 21 I moved to Rome from my native island..your song was something powerful that you know made me think of many was the music, it was the voice…it was fantastic…I read your biblio and really I cannot understand how the world of media works…I will be in B’ham by the beginning og Oct. Do I stillf ind your cds?

    September 9th, 2005 at 9:31 pm. Permalink.

  599. Dee , Derby replied:

    Hi Joyti

    Thought I’d drop you a line after 20 odd years later since those WHSmith Computer Department days. Still got one of your early tapes you recorded for me .It’ll be god news if your giging again I love to come won’t be dancing round the synths though. Hear from you soon

    September 13th, 2005 at 10:28 pm. Permalink.

  600. Jason J. replied:

    My sister got me hooked on “Your Woman”. Awesome feel, melody and vocals!!!

    Jason J.

    September 17th, 2005 at 3:56 am. Permalink.

  601. Kristina replied:

    Hello, I love your wonderful song. It and you are inspiring. It’s a very intelligent pack.

    September 18th, 2005 at 7:35 pm. Permalink.

  602. Pete replied:

    G’day mate,

    I’ve been looking for a while now through the vinyl scene in Melbourne for your records. Can’t find them anywhere, and no-one seems to be of help. Even smalltime vinyl dealers (whom I consider far more musically literate than even the most clued on HMV retailer) don’t seem to have heard from you since the EMI record.

    Do you even release your vinyls outside the UK, or will I have to buy from overseas?


    P.S. Rock on wordpress!

    September 19th, 2005 at 12:10 pm. Permalink.

  603. louise dunning replied:

    Ithink tyler james is one fit bloke and i love his new song your woman its really good

    September 24th, 2005 at 9:05 pm. Permalink.

  604. gsus k replied:

    hey mate im from mexico id love u´r women i didnt remembered but i load my ipod with all the stuff in my computer then i put it random playing and sudenly u´r women apeard and put me in such good mood all the memories from that year men it really rocks by the way im a musician too im using a power book g4 and a firewire 410 from m-audio well my question is in your case did you make big bucks with a one hit wonder??? i mean did you became rich ??? i know its sound stupid but i wanna know jejejeje

    September 27th, 2005 at 5:09 pm. Permalink.

  605. womoma replied:

    youre a legend. a hero.

    September 30th, 2005 at 3:44 am. Permalink.

  606. womoma replied:

    please do an interview with Computer Music or join the MidiAddict forum. PLEASE! just for like a day or something.

    September 30th, 2005 at 3:49 am. Permalink.

  607. s replied:

    Can anyone tell me anything about Ann Pearson(the gal who sings in the ablumn ‘women in technology’)? The name sounds so familiar but I can’t find anything about her…

    October 5th, 2005 at 4:22 pm. Permalink.

  608. jack emery and dan davis replied:

    Hi jyoti

    We have looked at your site and we are impressed by your music and the presentation of your website, but the one thing we couldnt find was how to contact you. Could we have an address to write to or an email address please, as we have a proposition.


    Jack and Dan

    October 10th, 2005 at 12:28 pm. Permalink.

  609. Ivano replied:

    Hello Jyoti,

    how are you you old devil? Long, long time no see.

    I finally got my arse into gear last year (nice ryhme…) and began making music again, albeit of the electronic kind rather than the rock stuff. Yep just me a laptop, keyboards, synths and samplers etc. This has meant that I’ve been reading loads of geeky music mags. So anyway, I was readin’ Computer Music Magazine last month and there was an article about how less technology and equipment forces the truly creative to push the boundaries to get what they want. On each page of the article were “recommended listening” sections which talked about classic songs and albums by bands like the Beatles and the Beach Boys. And would you adam and eve it? They included you and “Your Woman”. Cool or what! It’s official, you are a true innovator. Not that there was ever any doubt about it.

    Hope you’re cool and hope to see you soon,


    October 19th, 2005 at 2:41 pm. Permalink.

  610. manel replied:

    hi there!i’m portuguese and i love your songs…there are many people who knows who you are and i’m one of them and i love your music!when are you going to come here to portugal!?!?!

    October 23rd, 2005 at 9:24 am. Permalink.

  611. dc shell replied:

    Listening to your music, your lyrics and reading your interviews is so refreshing ! You’re definitely one of the most intelligent and funny, tongue in cheek, character in the popworld. I do play music on my own, in the south west of France. Wish I could be as creative as you are… In any case, could be good to keep in touch.

    October 24th, 2005 at 12:37 pm. Permalink.

  612. Yann replied:

    Yo! Jyoti, i have been wondering for years, who did that song i used to hear at radio (yur woman)… And now i finaly felt on you, … what a great luck..
    I know it’s an oldie’s but i still like da beat, and listen it.
    Altough i was asking my self if we can expect you to come back whit one of these awesome beat of yours in a short time?? Well i know it’s not easy…but where hopping… 😉
    Another little thing, where it is possoble to get yur “merry fucking christmas” song??? I would like too hear it….
    Anyway take care, and keep on……
    Yur fan Yann

    October 24th, 2005 at 1:18 pm. Permalink.

  613. Aaron replied:

    The song “Your Woman” basically explains what was going on between me and my ex-boyfriend. Thank you for making a song with lyrics that I can relate to and puting it with a badass sound :)

    October 24th, 2005 at 10:17 pm. Permalink.

  614. Gisela replied:

    I’m so happy I found your website. It was awesome to learn who was behind “Your Woman”. I love your music, it brings back wonderful memories from High School back in 1997.

    Hope to hear your music on the radio again!:)

    October 29th, 2005 at 4:25 am. Permalink.

  615. Seoul Soul replied:

    Hello Jyoti, I heard just a couple of times your song “Your Woman”, this was played by a local radio evening broadcast in 1997. I loved the Song. Now I am looking for the CD in Seoul, hope I get in the foreigners market here. I am hooked on to the website of yours.
    I am a big fan of yours. I heard an Indian sound track coping some bits of yours few days ego, I will let you know if I catch the music again. I would love to get a mail from you.
    Seoul soul

    October 31st, 2005 at 4:18 am. Permalink.

  616. rikard replied:

    thanks for the gig at cosy den. bloody beautiful.

    October 31st, 2005 at 11:56 am. Permalink.

  617. maja replied:

    Just want to thank you for the great consert at cosy den.
    Real nice that you choose to come here of all places in the world.


    October 31st, 2005 at 11:56 am. Permalink.

  618. Tommy replied:

    Hi Jyoti!

    Thanks for last Sunday. It was a great day! It was very nice to meet you, and your gig was fantastic! That was well-spent 600 kronor…

    Take care!


    November 4th, 2005 at 8:07 am. Permalink.

  619. Neil replied:


    Love your music. Is there any chance of getting more onto iTunes in Australia?

    I read your statements about yourself, I think you have some characteristics in common with Moby.

    Great music but humble view of yourselves. I think maybe you can give yourself more credit.

    I for one would pay to see you in concert even if you only have a laptop and synth. Just don’t lipsync :)

    We have a great venue in Sydney, Australia called “The Basement”. It would be perfect for you to do a gig.

    Here’s hoping.

    Good luck with the new album.


    November 4th, 2005 at 10:43 am. Permalink.

  620. Mats replied:

    Hi Jyoti!

    Thanks for Gothenburg and Cosy den!
    Felt kind of surreal to be in a suburb to gbg and listen to you, practially in the middle of nowhere, but in the end the impression grew even stronger. Bloody great!

    Would be great if you came to Stockholm in the future. Cheers!

    November 4th, 2005 at 3:14 pm. Permalink.

  621. A. Thompson replied:

    I was glad to see from the Q & A section that I am not the only person who feels “Women in Technology” is possibly gay music. Although you seem to deny it, I have to tell you that gay people enjoy the album, and feel the music and lyrics “speak” to them. This feeling goes beyond cultural boundaries. Last week I played the music to some gay friends here in Taiwan. They like it!

    I like your differently-styled music as well, even though I am not gay.

    November 5th, 2005 at 12:16 pm. Permalink.

  622. sandra replied:

    Hello Yjoti!
    Sorry to write this late, but i just want to tell you that it was a fantiastic gig you and your guys gave us at Rockstugan.
    Thank you very much!

    November 6th, 2005 at 11:57 am. Permalink.

  623. CATYY replied:

    heyy,we love ya tyler,even in slovenija we know you-and i am sure that you dont know where slovenija is-heheheh,i must say that your music is realy great(in slovenija we would say that your music RAZTURA!!!!)
    so come sometime even to slovenija-byyy

    November 6th, 2005 at 1:27 pm. Permalink.

  624. Gazthatch replied:

    stop making gay music, synth-boy 😉

    love GazX

    November 6th, 2005 at 5:12 pm. Permalink.

  625. Priyank replied:

    I was hunting for ways to put up a guestbook on my website, so I cruised several places, eventually landing on your site. Now I could manage you’ve done everything except one thing – the reverse chronology i.e. last comment appearing at the top. How did you do it?
    all help is appreciated.

    PS: This post need not be approved, I was too lazy to search for your email, hence used this interface!

    November 7th, 2005 at 7:41 pm. Permalink.

  626. Priyank replied:

    Hey Jyoti,
    I found the solution here:

    November 7th, 2005 at 7:54 pm. Permalink.

  627. Jamie Newlin replied:

    Ok…I’ve been hearing Your Woman on the radio for YEARS, and after all that time I can say it’s one of my favorite fucking songs in the world. I don’t know why, but it just totally grabs me. Going to buy the album tonight (with trepidation, forgive me, but it’s the only song of yours I’ve heard). It’s just SO SEXY for guy to sing those lyrics. I’ve read a few things on the site–Congratulations on your marriage!! I just got married this Saturday. We were supposed to get married in Cancun, but instead we spent 5 days in a shelter because of Hurricane Wilma. Take care, hon. Love, Jamie

    November 11th, 2005 at 3:53 am. Permalink.

  628. jane replied:

    you guys are the ultimate
    you rock

    November 12th, 2005 at 12:25 am. Permalink.

  629. chris replied:

    gents,us air force guy here,drunk,listenin to your album “women in technology” it,grew up with it,hence im only 20,going onto 21,one of my favorites though,whoever it concerns,hit me up on the email if you feel like,where i can write a more sober,coherent entry,you all are the greatest!


    November 12th, 2005 at 5:47 am. Permalink.

  630. walker replied:

    Well I never!!!

    Whether it is because I grew up in Derby or because ‘that song’ lodged into my brain at some defining moment in my life I don’t know but, it has definately stuck with me. I’ve moved away from Derby and come back again. And walking around town I just can’t help hearing that bass-line and trumpet sample – AGH!!! Reminds me a lot of waiting for our old ice-incased college bus on freezing winter mornings in the dark with a few of my college mates, wondering what in the hell we were doing!

    November 14th, 2005 at 8:56 pm. Permalink.

  631. Jeff replied:

    White Town… I have an amazing story to tell you, well not for you guys, but for me, and I thought you’d like to hear :). I’m only 16, but when I was around 6 or 7, I remember hearing “Your Woman” on the radio, and if I can remember correctly, I think there was a music video being played on MTV… The music I heard, in those early years, greatly impacted my life, and have always stuck with me. I’ve moved away from CDs in the past year or so, and jumped on the bandwagon and got an iPod, and use iTunes. I didn’t remember the name of the song, “Your Woman”, but I never forgot your band name. I searched iTunes, and luckily found “Your Woman”. Obviously, I purchased it, loaded it to my iPod, and have been happy ever since. It brings back alot of good memories from my early years…

    November 16th, 2005 at 2:37 pm. Permalink.

  632. Rickard replied:

    Hi, It´s Rickard from cosy den who´s writing. I don´t know if you resieved my male or not but I just want to tell you again how excellent your gig at cosy den was!

    November 25th, 2005 at 1:41 pm. Permalink.

  633. becca newcombe replied:

    man i love you guys!! i love ‘your woman’. it always was a tune that stuck with me. after reading over your “what its really about”, i was so confussed!! i always thought that it was like a break up letter from your now ‘ex-girlfriend’. hummm…..
    well i still love it … and ya’ll….
    keep up the get hits!!
    xo becca sue 😉

    November 26th, 2005 at 3:31 am. Permalink.

  634. Scab replied:

    In 1997, back when I was 13 years old, closing on the age of 14, I always listened to this one radio station. I remember there was a lot of new sounds coming in during that year, mostly American, which is where I’m from. One night, while doing chores and listening to this particular station, I heard an introduction to a song with haunting strings and a horn. Furthermore an synth picked up and eventually the entire thing swelled with beats and lyrics. At that time, I thought I only liked music with heavy guitars and aggressive lyrics . . . and with “Your Woman” you proved me wrong. I bought the album “Women In Technology” not long after and learned more and more that there’s a whole spectrum of music out there that I enjoy.
    Ever since, I’ve been wondering, “Whatever happend to White Town? I wonder if there’s a way I can get hold of music I’ve not heard yet.”
    To say the least, I very much enjoy your music and will quest here, at this website, to find more music to purchase. Keep up the good work, pursue it as you may.

    November 26th, 2005 at 11:12 pm. Permalink.

  635. Jill O'Roark replied:

    I enjoyed looking at your website today and have been a fan since I first heard “Your Woman”. :)

    November 29th, 2005 at 10:41 pm. Permalink.

  636. Sergio replied:

    It’s passed a long time since 1997…it seems yesterday.”Your woman”??Always a great song .

    December 4th, 2005 at 5:21 pm. Permalink.

  637. david posada replied:

    Really good stuff,good luck in the future man!

    December 11th, 2005 at 3:54 am. Permalink.

  638. Paul Hutchins replied:

    ‘your woman’

    just heard it a few days ago, brang back memories, what a tune! loved it when i was younger

    December 15th, 2005 at 9:33 pm. Permalink.

  639. Jez replied:

    I’ve just read your blog post about the man coming up to you in Derby City Centre and asking you if you spoke English. Derby is indeed a strange City and I just spat tea over my laptop.

    December 18th, 2005 at 4:19 pm. Permalink.

  640. Darth Vader replied:

    Does George Lucas know that you incorporated part of The Imperial March into Your Woman?

    January 2nd, 2006 at 7:28 pm. Permalink.

  641. Suzy replied:

    How’s Tyler James’ cover going ? Is his cover of “Your Woman” as successful as your original was? His version is definitely different than yours but I can’t decide which version I like better. After hearing his cover I checked out the rest of his music and he’s a really talented guy. Thanks for introducing him to us.

    Oh, and Happy New Year :)

    January 2nd, 2006 at 9:40 pm. Permalink.

  642. gazthatch replied:

    Blimey! The first White Town single! Fair sends a tingle, and I *still* anticipate the drums coming in on ‘White Town’ itself, like I used to when I heard it then and played it before that.

    Mind you, I think Nick owes the estate of Pete DeFreitas a few quid.

    and now, I can almost *taste* ‘Truffaut’.

    January 4th, 2006 at 5:34 am. Permalink.

  643. Aaryn replied:

    Awesome site! Love your work!

    January 10th, 2006 at 6:16 pm. Permalink.

  644. ezgi replied:

    Hey,I love the song “your woman” and I can’t find the video of that song anywhere. Does anyone know where to find it on the web? Thanx..

    January 12th, 2006 at 12:54 pm. Permalink.

  645. ian replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    I read this in your blog recently:

    “I’m now going to send out feelers to see if there’s anything like the Swedish scene over here in Britain or other parts of Europe. If there is, I’ll go and play gigs (if they want me). I’m looking for nights and scenes where there’s a real love of pop songs, of singing about real life rather than fantasy and where politics isn’t something to be sneered at. I’m looking for people who are unafraid to show they care.”

    Happily, there is something along those lines over here. Forgive me if you know all this already, but there’s a great community of enthusiastic indie pop fans at and fantastic club nights like National Pop League in Glasgow, Don’t Start Feeling All Romantic in Nottingham, Kissing Just For Practice in Manchester…and my own humble venture, How Does It Feel To Be Loved? in London. We put on live shows as well as club nights, and if you’d ever like to play in London, we’d be honoured to have you.

    We have a website here –

    Happy New Year!
    Ian x

    January 12th, 2006 at 4:22 pm. Permalink.

  646. Gouri replied:

    HI Jyoti,
    I couldn’t find any other way to reach you so I thought I would try this. I am a reporter for Eastern Eye newspaper and was interetsed in doing a feature on you for our paper. I would really like to talk to you in person so please email me back if you are interested.

    Many thanks, Gouri

    January 13th, 2006 at 2:59 pm. Permalink.

  647. Kate replied:

    OMGosh I heard this song about a year ago and IIIIIIIIIII LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVED IT!!
    its so unique and a song u can really get into!! I first heard this song and the radio host said it was a NEW SONG poor old me was goin thru all the music shops and cudn’t find it!! niway now a year ofr so later I;ve found it after tirelessly hearing it about once every 9 months like they flog every other song but play this one just when I turn the radio on half eway thru!!! grr niway one day I got sik of it n did all I could to get a hold of it now i do and I’m so happy!!

    This IS my FAVOURITE song and ALWAYS WILL BE!!

    Thanx 4 putting out such an AWSOME song!!

    January 14th, 2006 at 5:24 am. Permalink.

  648. kate replied:

    wow someone made a remake of this song

    i thort it was weird cos i heard it on the radio and someone said it was a new song and then i found out it was an old one and im like WHAT!?
    But great cover!!
    ps I hate my email address!!!

    January 14th, 2006 at 5:27 am. Permalink.

  649. Chris replied:

    Hmmmm, this is a bit of a long shot, but hey I can’t find an email address so…

    Could you by any chance tell me what the chords are for the chorus of ‘Your Woman’?

    Everything I’ve found online seems wrong – e.g. – and has the same chorus chords as the verse.

    Unfortunately, my musical talents aren’t good enough to work them out myself.

    Really enjoying the blog, and good luck with everything.


    January 15th, 2006 at 9:43 pm. Permalink.

  650. shantanu replied:

    I *love* “your woman”. proud to know that someone of indian origin is making such brilliant music.

    January 16th, 2006 at 6:04 pm. Permalink.

  651. Ville replied:

    Thank you for putting the first single on this page. Absolutely love it!

    Take care

    January 17th, 2006 at 11:27 pm. Permalink.

  652. leon replied:

    ahhh, memories indeed. I have that first single sitting next to me right now, the one you gave to me jyoti, in order to learn the set-list. I am, indeed, one of those aforementioned 8 guitarists who fell by the wayside, never to be seen again. Rehearsals in your folks’ front room at allestree, copies of songs to learn recorded on your dad’s medical tapes (my fave being ‘and then it changed’) and a triumphant gig at the dial in sept 1990 before i had to bugger off to uni and leave you to it. Ahhhh

    January 19th, 2006 at 10:04 pm. Permalink.

  653. Matt replied:

    Just descovered you, as you were on radio one today your woman is excellent boya

    February 15th, 2006 at 12:53 am. Permalink.

  654. Caitlyn replied:

    I emailed you last year around this time about possibly performing at my college in NYC, but you replied that you did not have a band at that time. Now that i’ve read you have started touring once again, I am inquiring as to whether you will be in the states anytime in the coming months and if you would be interested in playing a small but definitely well received show.

    February 16th, 2006 at 12:26 pm. Permalink.

  655. Sébastien replied:


    It’s strange but I’ve only found out now about who you are really. I wondered what happened to you after playing the “Your Woman” video again on my computer. I LOVE THAT VIDEO and I never get tired of the song (sorry to mention, I guess you must be sick of people speaking to you about this one).

    That pushes me to hear more of your music. Is the “Women in technology” album still distributed?



    February 17th, 2006 at 2:18 am. Permalink.

  656. Karen The Great replied:

    Hello My Dear

    I am hoping you are well!! I wanted to let you know that I thoroughly enjoyed our lunch the other week. And I can’t wait for another fabulous afternoon with you and lovely Paul Keith.

    Muchos Love

    Lady Karen of Derby!!

    PS I love how you have called Rupert Murdoch a “walking tumour” = GENIUS!!

    February 17th, 2006 at 3:46 pm. Permalink.

  657. vik replied:

    I loved “your woman” form the first time I heard


    i don’t speak so well english lol


    February 26th, 2006 at 2:45 pm. Permalink.

  658. Liana replied:

    I love the video for ‘your woman’ I love the song as well. I was wondering, who are the actors that are in the video? If you could get back to me on that, I would greatly appreciate it.
    Thanks so much

    February 27th, 2006 at 7:40 pm. Permalink.

  659. BUSHTACCA replied:

    I truly love your sound!
    U R an inspiration!
    Wish we could work 2gether someday!

    Dance Alternative Singer in USA

    March 1st, 2006 at 6:04 pm. Permalink.

  660. CarlocO replied:

    hi, im CarlocO from argentina your music is fenomenal,fantastic(congratulations)
    CarlocO Santa Fe Argentina

    March 4th, 2006 at 4:15 pm. Permalink.

  661. john coughlan replied:

    your a little genius…always far ahead of your time!.your gift is your ingenuity for sure.
    and you’ve realised something,something that some people never learn.”fame is not all its cracked up to be”.
    I would love to work with you,but i suppose that will never happen.(im realistic).
    good luck J,be happy.:o)
    thanx for the great music and laughs!i love the way you write as well!.

    March 6th, 2006 at 2:11 am. Permalink.

  662. amantia replied:

    i can’t find that wonderful videoclip of ‘your woman’.i hear it from the day came out since 1997.i supposed iam here the older. i was wondering what are you doing with music accidentally i found this and iam so pleased.if you come to my country let me know you have many friends here

    March 9th, 2006 at 3:09 pm. Permalink.

  663. Anthony Sadovenko replied:

    So, what can I say? Especially, with my horrorable english… “white town” is a perfect song, with no doubt. A masterpiece! Firstly i`d heard it in 1997 or 1999 – i don`t remember exactly. Then i felt in love with one girl… Since that time I really love this song.
    Now I try to download it from net (I already have the karaoke version). It isn`t too simply to get “Moman in technology” here in Ukraine, but i`ll try.
    Sorry for my english & good wishes to author!

    March 15th, 2006 at 3:48 pm. Permalink.

  664. Timothy replied:

    I just dropped by cause last night i heard
    youre woman on the radio and i had that strange exciting feeling
    i completely forgot about that song and never heard it since then and nothing else from you either
    which is a damn shame cause the song youre woman was the first song that i really personally liked
    at the time 1997 i was about 14 so i was just developing my musical taste and kinda listend what my friends did but then youre woman came along
    and even today I Love this song
    So i am currently downloading the song youre woman
    BUT i will go to the store to see if they can get hold of the Album
    cause i want to support the people who make the music that makes me feel so good
    and i thank you for that
    im glad the radio remembered me so now i will try to keep track of what youre doing
    And Thank You Again
    From A Dutch Fan

    March 20th, 2006 at 7:08 pm. Permalink.

  665. Ally Reid replied:

    hi J, i just wanted to say i absolutely love Your Woman too and just spent last week trying to sing it to people to see if they could tell me the name of it… which was hilarious! Found it though and wanted to see if you have other material… thanks
    xx ally xx

    March 23rd, 2006 at 12:51 pm. Permalink.

  666. Jay replied:

    White town or (I honestly dont know what to call you) I live in America and for one your album is no longer available in stores nor can i find the music video anywhere. I love the song Your Woman and I think for women it can also mean she is telling some loser that is not good enough for her to buzz off. Where can I find the music video? And where was I when this song was soo hot? Apparently it was even on TRL and I missed it!!!

    March 26th, 2006 at 4:45 am. Permalink.

  667. dawn replied:

    I heard Your Woman yesterday for the first time in eight years. I was so excited to hear the title of the song and your band name. I had only heard it once before but I loved it and I had been looking for it ever since. I admit to being a Capitalist American, Texan no less, so I must say you would have been easier to find if you were more commercialised. Please don’t hate me for that comment. Just stating a fact. Thank you anyway.

    March 26th, 2006 at 6:36 am. Permalink.

  668. Pete replied:

    Hey Jyoti, I’d just like to say hi and thanks for such a great track – nearly a decade on and still as fresh and awesome as it was at release.

    Of course, i’m talking about “Your Woman”. Thanks for such a great timeless track! How about a 2006 re-release? Hey, it worked for Source! :)


    April 5th, 2006 at 10:44 pm. Permalink.

  669. jez p replied:

    sad and maudlin, the looming of a school reunion got me to thinking about where you are now (nearly a smiths lyric).
    still got the first white town single, bought from you on the street corner in sadler gate, in the bottom of the wardrobe.
    be good to catch up….

    April 20th, 2006 at 8:34 am. Permalink.

  670. DJGuzie replied:


    I had to read more about you, so I did the internet search. I had nearly forgotten about “Your Woman” until I heard it today on the radio. I been looking for something to remix your track with ever since I found your album. Keep making music man. It drives my life too.

    – Guzie

    April 20th, 2006 at 8:49 am. Permalink.

  671. Emma replied:

    Hey Jyoti,

    Heard the cover of “Your Woman” the other day and almost threw up a little; it’s not horrendous, exactly, but why mess with perfection? Heh. I’m glad I heard it, though, because it meant I did a google search and found this blog – I’m looking forward to catching up with what you’ve been doing.

    Take care.

    April 21st, 2006 at 9:55 pm. Permalink.

  672. Elena replied:

    So happy to hear you’ve got another album on the way!

    Everytime I play Women in Technology, people ask who they’re listening to. One of my favorite cds from college. That and Magnetic Fields comprised most of what I listened to on the long snowy drive home for the weekends.

    May 4th, 2006 at 8:58 am. Permalink.

  673. Patricia replied:

    Hey there! I love “Your woman” and am desperately trying to find the video. Do you know where I can find a copy? I can’t get it out of my mind!

    May 7th, 2006 at 8:41 pm. Permalink.

  674. Paolo Puligheddu replied:

    I am a student and i love listening daily to the hits on the radio. Sometimes I find in the programs of some stations here in Italy your popular hit “your woman”; every time I listen to it, I find it more and more exciting; its rhythm, the harmony between the percussions, the melody and your voice make it one of the most beautiful songs ever published. I hope the songs of your next album will reach the top positions of the charts soon…

    May 7th, 2006 at 9:27 pm. Permalink.

  675. Mike Bage replied:

    hi, i was at a gig about a month ago, (Robots in Disguise) and your song, Your Woman, was played about 5 minutes before the band came out. Me and my friend started having a chat about it, and for some reason I seemed to remember that you used to live somewhere near Aycliffe in Co. Durham. is that right?

    May 7th, 2006 at 9:48 pm. Permalink.

  676. chris n. replied:

    i loved the song Your Woman when i was in the 4th or 5th grade. i just recently heard it again and wanted to give a shout out.

    May 11th, 2006 at 10:08 am. Permalink.

  677. Gul replied:

    I love the song “Your Woman” and I saw the video once and became obsessed with finding it for a long time now … no luck so far.. any hints?
    All the best,

    May 12th, 2006 at 6:35 am. Permalink.

  678. jay replied:

    I just re-read a posting I wrote. I think its funny my number would be 666 especially since my birthday is on Halloween. I love the irony and your music. Cant wait to hear your new album. Can you do something about the “Your woman” video.

    May 14th, 2006 at 5:35 am. Permalink.

  679. Ian De Quadros replied:

    So where the hell was your woman in the top 50 one hit wonders on channel 4 eh?!?!?!?!
    I know I only know the one song but (and this is where I get gushy) finding out that you were an asian bloke writing great synthpop was a real inspiration to the music I’ve made since. All I can say is cheers and I can’t wait to hear the new stuff.

    May 18th, 2006 at 11:45 pm. Permalink.

  680. Craig Davies replied:

    Hey there, just wanted to say that I heard Your Woman many years ago and thought it was a brilliant track, but totally forgot about it!

    Then about a year+ ago I heard the song in a club (Was rather drunk sodidn’t ask what song it was) and I remember thinking “Holy hell that song is still amazing!”

    Then not long after that, I went in search for the name of the song and I had no luck whatsoever, so about a month ago I posted a clippet of another song that had the same start of this and someone got it straight away! Damn I was happy! Still loving it.

    (P.S, does anyone know where I can get a karaoke version of this? Preferably in .wav or .wmv format .



    May 19th, 2006 at 1:40 am. Permalink.

  681. Craig Davies replied:

    Hey there, me again. I searched for a better quality video of the “Your Woman” song and after many hours of searching I found one! I’ve uploaded it at YouTube

    Strangely the sound quality has gone down a fair bit, as much as the video quality, although it seems a little lighter than the other one, if anyone wants to send me the original and better quality copy to them (If Jyoti is OK with this) I can do, and send a request to: .


    May 19th, 2006 at 10:14 pm. Permalink.

  682. Mac replied:

    Hello to you i just dug out some old Now thats what i call music and found the song “Your Woman” i totally forgot how good a track it was as i have not heard it for years!! I saw the link for the video and it was shot in my hometown of Derby best wishes mac

    May 20th, 2006 at 10:08 am. Permalink.

  683. Melissa replied:

    So I just heard a sample of your infamous track “Your Woman” on VH1’s Top 100 Kid Stars. It is BY FAR one of my ALL TIME fav songs and always will be. I don’t know anything else from you, so I’m getting ready to go on the web to check you out (don’t worry – no free downloads. I support the music industry!) Anyway, I just wanted to tell you how great the song is!

    May 28th, 2006 at 10:40 pm. Permalink.

  684. DJ ! replied:

    Hey, ran across this page today, interesting story behind one of my favorite songs. Always wondered what happened to you.

    Anyways, I’m a bootleg/mashup dj/artist and I just finished a track using “Your Woman”. I mixed it with Missy Elliott’s “Work It”, and it came out pretty nice. Thought you may possibly get a kick out of it yourself.

    You can check it out here : (scroll to middle of page, left side)

    Love your stuff…looking foreward to new album!

    June 1st, 2006 at 11:53 pm. Permalink.

  685. r0j~p0j replied:

    omg! this song is so addicting! do they have ne other songs? my borther got me introduced to this song. IT ROCKZ!! im tryin to find its lyrics…any help ne one

    June 7th, 2006 at 12:47 am. Permalink.

  686. sangeeta mittu replied:

    hi, me and a very good mate were reminising about great music in years past and we got stauck on the name og your hit track in 1997, what was it called????? as i live in mexico and all my stuff is in the uk, including your cd we are desperate to know.

    June 12th, 2006 at 3:31 pm. Permalink.

  687. prachie replied:

    hey! woah, I was just listening to this song the other day and someone told me that you’re indian. thats awesome man. there were like no indians in regular music when your song was a hit, right? makes me so proud! hope things are going well for you and i see you in the media sometime in the future!

    June 17th, 2006 at 1:53 pm. Permalink.

  688. Carrielovesfanta replied:

    I just want to say that Women in Technology is one of my favourite albums – a true desert island disk. Stuff anyone who says it’s rubbish, each song is beautiful. Going Nowhere Somehow makes me cry every time.

    Never knew you had so many other records out. I’m gonna go buy some :)

    Best wishes

    June 18th, 2006 at 8:28 pm. Permalink.

  689. xondertaq replied:

    Thank you! Your song just saved me from cheating on me girlfriend!!

    Btw.. are you still politically to the left?? (I hope so!)

    June 26th, 2006 at 2:34 am. Permalink.

  690. Skye replied:


    It was nice to finally find out who wrote that song where “there’s this guy singing about a dude” 😛 (and no, I don’t mean that in a shallow, passive way). I have to say, though, that looking further I really found your insight into major label hijinks interesting. Some of what you say in those interviews is both intentionally and unintentionally hilarious, too! It parallels so much of what I’ve heard.

    July 10th, 2006 at 2:02 am. Permalink.

  691. Paul Alarcon replied:

    i cant say much more than thanks to your frustrations and inovavations others are able to gain, me being one of those… thanks

    July 11th, 2006 at 12:14 am. Permalink.

  692. D replied:


    was wondering what you’d been up to after all these years out of the charts, stumbled upon your website through Google – very interesting reading!

    ha ha ha, the lyrics to ‘your woman’ I always assumed to be literal with regards to your own orientation – hence my amusement to discover you are married. that’ll teach me to take things quite so literally!

    good luck for the future mate

    July 12th, 2006 at 8:14 pm. Permalink.

  693. SHO replied:

    G’day, i’m from Australia and your song Your Woman is very special to my wife and I. we were teenagers in love and this became our song. since then your song pretty much has become our life story and because of my actions she may never be my woman again. anyway i wanted to say thankyou for a great soundtrack to my life. i was also wondering if you’d think about writing another song with a similar beat and write some lyrics that allow the couple to sort out there problems or resolve some issues that the man caused. i’m sure it will be a hit and could be adopted to my life for the next 9 years. and will you come to western australia anytime?

    July 24th, 2006 at 2:44 pm. Permalink.

  694. claudia replied:

    way back in 1997, i fell in love with ur song “give me some pain”…
    once i wrote to jyoti, asked for the lyric coz it means so much to me…
    no reply… :(

    would u plz kindly give me the lyric of give me some pain?

    thank u ;

    July 26th, 2006 at 4:24 am. Permalink.

  695. Rhonda replied:


    i have to say, first time i heard Your Woman, i was 12 years old. didnt really understand what the meaning of your song was then, i thought you were just having a bit of fun. but i guess you would have been doing that anyway ^_^

    i’ve listened to it lately, was on a TV music show in australia a few weeks ago. im like omg i really liked that song, but i never really understood it.

    i’ve been listening to it a lot lately, the lyrics kinda remind me of a relationship i had when i was 18, i knew it would never work out but i fell in love and ended up very heartbroken.

    i thought i’d a little searching on google about it, i was a little disappointed at what one critics had to say about the song. but then whats a critic? they usually aren’t all that talented enough to make music for everyone to enjoy.

    anyhow cool website, i didnt think you had done it ^_^

    August 10th, 2006 at 2:55 pm. Permalink.

  696. Camille replied:

    Well, I started off hearing your song on a MySpace pg and I LOVE THIS SONG! But hadn’t heard it since the age of 11…and then I felt like it had another meaning than just that. Surprisingly, the gay guy theory didn’t cross my mind…so I looked you up. I love double-triple-quaduple meanings. I’ve honestly spent 3 days LEARNING off your page…I’m not nosey, just thirsty for knowledge. The Bonobo info was SO weird and interesting…but I have a problem. I tried REALLY hard to research the Marxist theory or movement to see how it tied into the song but I just can’t find the right website(you know…simply worded). Would you have a link?

    August 17th, 2006 at 8:03 am. Permalink.

  697. Pepe replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    I’ve arrived here, as a lot of people does, via “white woman”.

    I bought the EP and I enjoyed it. Tonight I’m picking a fed CDs for my holydays and I’ve meet it again.

    I’m curious about your actual sound, do you have a myspace site?

    I practice home recording and I find it very interesting to show my songs.

    Regards from Madrid, Spain

    August 17th, 2006 at 9:05 pm. Permalink.

  698. Jeph replied:

    Hi, Jyoti;
    I’ve been enjoying your music for almost ten years here in the States. I’m originally from Montana, but have lived in Seattle since 2001. I hope your Summer is going well and that you’re having a great life! Congratulations on being married; that’s very good to read about.
    Sincerely and Respectfully,
    PS What’s this I read about an ep? Hmmm……gotta go find that, I suspect…….

    August 21st, 2006 at 2:35 am. Permalink.

  699. Jon replied:

    your hit got stuck in my head again, as it has since it came out when I was working in a music store in college in 97. Best of luck in the future! thanks for a good song.

    August 22nd, 2006 at 7:35 pm. Permalink.

  700. Ally replied:

    Hey there,

    Discovered “Your Woman” after all this time and it still sounds as fresh as it did back then. Looking forward to the new record 😀

    All the best in the future,


    August 27th, 2006 at 1:10 am. Permalink.

  701. Bry replied:

    Hey, just found my CD single copy of “Your Woman” tonight when looking through some boxes in the garage. I decided to do some googling and found your site. Just read your biography, very interesting. Thanks and all the best.

    August 29th, 2006 at 10:09 pm. Permalink.

  702. NM replied:

    I think Undressed is one of the most under rated songs of its genre and era. White town really did a great job with it. I am in love with the video, but cant seem to find it. Any ideas?? I gave up looking for it but have become desperate again.

    August 31st, 2006 at 6:46 am. Permalink.

  703. mark replied:

    when i was little i used to love ‘your woman’ i was only like 10 at the time. i was told that white town was a young boy aged 16 that never wanted to show his face because he was shy. now after all these years i came across ur site and found u were a group. well i grew up with garage music dominating me! but still love YOUR WOMEN!!! take it eazi


    September 8th, 2006 at 12:13 pm. Permalink.

  704. amélie replied:

    hey everyone !

    Do you know if Jyoti / White Town have a myspace adress valid ?


    September 11th, 2006 at 2:32 pm. Permalink.

  705. chris replied:

    Hello, would like to know the names of the actresses in the Your Woman and what they are up uo today

    Yours Sincerely


    September 16th, 2006 at 4:07 am. Permalink.

  706. Sean Phillips replied:

    Hey Jyoti,
    I was in your band! Whilst browsing the interweb I ended up here.. I still have a tea stained White town 7 inch in my collection and very fine it is too. Congrats on making good with the music my good man. I took the devils way out and became a manager!
    Take care,

    September 28th, 2006 at 8:07 pm. Permalink.

  707. Mattias replied:

    Hey there!
    Thank you so much for the album!
    I REALLY enjoy it, after having had two listens…
    “Whenever I say hello” is JUST as brilliant as I remembered it from your first trip here. Fantastic stuff, and I’ve had it in my head for a year without even hearing it more than once…
    Hope all’s well!

    October 20th, 2006 at 8:24 pm. Permalink.

  708. jean ! replied:

    hi ya seems we all have a facination with this brilliant band. i absolutley adore your women it’s a great track and i still love it. no other bands not even current have a touch on white town bring em back i say and if you do come to cambridge!!! jean x

    November 1st, 2006 at 11:20 am. Permalink.

  709. Cecilia replied:

    I absolutely love ‘Your Woman’. It continues to be one of my favorite songs after so long–props to you for creating it! I only hope you can come to the US and perform so I can hear it live!

    November 2nd, 2006 at 6:44 pm. Permalink.

  710. jyrki replied:

    a lot about your woman… where´s my woman!! oh yeah, dropped a few words that popped into mind, or at least i got some links there and stuff!=)

    aren’t in my taste but a bit white town for breakfast ain’t all that bad!

    November 3rd, 2006 at 1:01 pm. Permalink.

  711. PerV replied:

    Hey Mr. jyoti – I hear (read) that you actually didn’t listen to the Tyler James vertion of “Your Woman”. It´s that truth? Well, if that is so, Here’s the link to download the song (less money for him, guess that is not good or bad for you):

    Another thing, congratulations for your new album, Hope can buy it someday, cause I live in México and a lot of great albums never make it to here.

    Last, but…etc., I have a Blog, and the “back-sound” is of course Your Woman by White Town. This Blog is mainly dedicated to share music with people, for free. Don’t worry, I’m not gonna put your new album there, or any of your albums, because I really like your music. Actually “Your woman” is very difficult to get in the ciberspace; well, this happen with really good songs.

    By the way, Tyler’s “your woman”, is not bad, but nothing to compare with yours.

    November 3rd, 2006 at 10:05 pm. Permalink.

  712. mark replied:

    hey, been listening to the new cd via cdbaby. I like it. I can hear a lot of morrisey in it, as well as some supercool 80s synthpop stuff.

    Here’s my question. I saw on IMDB that there’s a film called “I Could Never Be Your Woman” in production for 2007. Do you have anything to do with that?

    t looks like its being written by Amy Heckerling, who did Clueless and Fast Times At Ridgemont High, so there’s little doubt that the inspiration for the title at least came from your track– she’s hip.

    Anyway, I hope you’re successful for with your current efforts and I also hope that movie doesn’t suck.

    November 15th, 2006 at 8:17 am. Permalink.

  713. format.k replied:

    hey, just wanted to say that I remember watching a tv program years ago when you were talking about making electronic music and standing in Turnkey on Tottenham court rd I think. You actually inspired me to buy some kit and start recording, so thanks…


    December 1st, 2006 at 1:21 pm. Permalink.

  714. Ian replied:


    I think this seems the only way to contact you.

    Anyway, I’ve loved your music for years and haven’t stop listening to the 7″ on Heavenly Pop Hits over the last few months. Really looking forward to the new album.

    I help run a small indiepop club in London and also promote gigs – have a look at the website. Could you drop me an email, I’d love to put on a gig sometime.



    December 4th, 2006 at 1:52 pm. Permalink.

  715. Jon McCart replied:

    Hello Jyoti,

    long time no speak.

    Have just seen the old White Video on imeem, brought back some old memories.

    Showed it to my youngest, she laughed at the silly people.

    How ya doin?

    January 7th, 2007 at 9:55 pm. Permalink.

  716. Mick replied:

    Howdy, Jyoti! Happy New Year!

    I have a nagging question: I saw for the 1st time a few weeks ago a GEICO (insurance) Advert here in the states, where there’s a caveman on a motor-walk in an Airport – and the FIRST thing I heard was the background Music.. I thought “WHITE TOWN!” – is that jingle you???

    many blessings ~ Mick from Philadelphia.

    EDIT – Nope! Unless Universal licensed some of my old music? But I’ve heard nothing from them… hmmm..

    January 8th, 2007 at 3:21 am. Permalink.

  717. Mick replied:

    Hello, again! No ~ Not you: It’s ROYKSOPP. But take it as a compliment, anyway.. Here’s the advert in case you’re interested, currently running in the ‘States. Every time I hear it, I have to grab my “Women in Technology” CD for the ride to work!

    January 21st, 2007 at 3:31 pm. Permalink.

  718. Ollie replied:

    Dear Jyoti,

    I am the programme controller/ presenter on a community radio station in Derby called Derwent FM, due to start broadcasting on 26th Feb (until 25th March, frequency to be confirmed but probably 87.9fm.).

    I am enquiring about the possibility of an interview, either by telephone link or in person, on one of my shows (currently likely to be tuesdays and thursdays 4-6pm.) The main focus of the interview would be to catch up with your projects and maybe have a chat about the current Derby music scene, which I know you are a big supporter of.

    Check out the website link if you wish to find out more about Derwent FM, I look forward to hearing from you.

    Ollie Hand
    Programme Controller, Derwent FM

    January 27th, 2007 at 11:38 am. Permalink.

  719. Will replied:

    Great site, first time writer:
    How come more of your music is not available on itunes? I’d love to get a hold of some of your b-sides and hard to find tracks. Also, why is “Undressed” not included on your discography?

    January 31st, 2007 at 6:13 am. Permalink.

  720. Åsa replied:

    Hi Jyoti!
    I think it’s time for you to come and visit soon, don’t you? Anyway, hope your’e well!

    February 1st, 2007 at 8:58 pm. Permalink.

  721. rollo replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    Is Don’t Mention the War back in at Reveal Records yet? The last time I was there (admittedly before Christmas) it had long since sold out… Any chance of slapping their wrists on my behalf?


    P.S. Since when was Uncut a reputable music magazine?

    February 2nd, 2007 at 12:50 pm. Permalink.

  722. gail replied:

    Hi Jyoti,
    When people ask me what I kind of music I make, I have no answer. I also have no “demographic” or “image”, etc. Even the Indie scene sometimes seems like the “cool” kids from school smoking joints in the bathroom. But somehow deep down I believe that no answer is the right answer for me.
    Every once in a while, I read your October ’06 entry about DIY recording to keep me going. I still don’t have a lot of my own equipment, so (mainly for “work” projects”) I must wander down the road to my neighbourhood studio, But I’ll invest in some home equipment this year and learn the technology. So, thanks for the inspiration. (Plus, my bro-in-law is also named Jyoti Mishra.)

    February 19th, 2007 at 5:35 am. Permalink.

  723. bryk replied:

    jyoti you are pure inspiration! namaste.

    February 26th, 2007 at 6:13 pm. Permalink.

  724. Martine replied:

    hey glad to see you are making a ‘come-back’. i absolutely love ‘Your Woman’! x

    February 26th, 2007 at 10:17 pm. Permalink.

  725. Paul Timson (Spacehotel/Outsider) replied:

    Hi Jyoti!

    I came across an old archive of one of my oooold websites today (outsider) in which you had commented on the guestbook
    then click ‘gbook’ just for reference if interested)

    I felt guilty that I hadn’t been to your site in a while (last year I think I checked it out). Great to see you are still “keeping on” with music arriving left right and centre

    Anyway, hope all is well for you and thanks for the memories! :) and if you have myspace look me up and i’ll put you in my top friends list to help spread the word.

    Paul (Spacehotel – was outsider).

    March 28th, 2007 at 1:01 pm. Permalink.

  726. Blake Miller replied:

    Hey, just wanted to let you know, I’m jamming to your music this morning at work. It makes me happy. Listening to I Was Trotsky’s Nun and Fairweather Friend.

    April 23rd, 2007 at 2:44 pm. Permalink.

  727. Guy Gardner replied:

    so their I was driving, and no shit your hit song came on – bring back the pubescent memories of my early teens with it 😉 – now a little more grown, it has been a wonder to find your site and realize their was more to the artist then what one (timeless IMO) song from the radio – now getting to listen to some of your other songs I realize I’m listening to a true musical artist at work – keep it up!


    May 11th, 2007 at 5:58 am. Permalink.

  728. Suzy replied:

    Hey, so I was wondering about the song that “Your Woman” is based on; that Al Bowlly one. Do you think you could put a sample on your site just so I can see what inspired one of my favorite songs ever ?

    May 14th, 2007 at 4:34 am. Permalink.

  729. tony singh replied:

    Hi J, remember east street paper sales…me you Fernandez and Malanczuk, when he could be bothered to come. Remember the Albert hall? 1000s of Reds, Nellist, Hatton (what happened to him) Ted…RIP and the inspirational south african comrades of “Workers Fortress.”
    Im still a socalist active and discussing reading learning lessons and avoiding SWP sectarians!
    Got three kids, yep three and working in the midlands. drop me a line. nearly fell off my chair when i first heard your woman on the radio. I’ll try to check out the new CD when i get to Derby to get one at reveal!!!
    I remember listening to some of your songs at your parents house, when i bought my guitar around…i was shocked at the ones you rejected.
    They were good!
    I didn’t dine out on our passing aquaintence at that time, couldn’t afford the royalties…lol.

    take care

    May 18th, 2007 at 2:20 pm. Permalink.

  730. Sabremesh replied:

    I recently came across a familiar sounding and very catchy pop tune by the French singer Alizee, called “Moi…Lolita” which apparently was a massive European hit back in 2000/1 (finger on the pulse, me).

    The Alizee package is slightly reminiscent of Vanessa “Joe, le Taxi” Paradis but, and getting to the point finally, the score in “Moi…Lolita” is very obviously “Your Woman” in disguise. That said, I’m not sure if you received any credit for writing the music which propelled her to stardom.

    So, is there a connection, or am I losing it..?

    June 2nd, 2007 at 6:54 pm. Permalink.

  731. Annie of ASK ALICE replied:

    First- thanks for your sounds. W.I.T. is one of the most influencial albums of my tender years::sighs::

    Secondly- I would like to cover WANTED with my band. I’d like your blessing- and I promise not to f* it up too bad. :)

    I love that you made it happen with so little- thats VERY inspiring for all of us at home artists.

    June 4th, 2007 at 8:31 pm. Permalink.

  732. Avinash Ramchander replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    Greetings from Bangalore, India! My name is Avinash, content manager for a campus radio station called Spin, part of the Worldspace satellite radio network. Like millions worldwide, I was taken by storm when I first heard ‘Your Woman’as I was growing up!

    Well, we would like to request you for an interview that we want to air on July 30 :) It would be terrific if we could call you and have a chat. Please let us know by replying to the email id mentioned here, it would be awesome to feature a musician such as yourself for the benefit of our listeners, they’d love it!

    Peace and Love from India…

    June 14th, 2007 at 11:50 am. Permalink.

  733. Brad replied:

    Have always wanted to say thank you for Women in Technology and the conduit in which it all started for me – Your Woman. Was stuck in the United Arab Emirates on a work contract when I first heard it. What a breath of fresh air it was, and since has easily stood the test of time. You saved me. Thanks Jyoti.

    June 24th, 2007 at 7:37 am. Permalink.

  734. Ryan replied:

    Hey i’m Ryan…I live in Naples, Florida. I love your song “Your Woman”! Everytime I hear it I think back to the times i did my ‘Buffalo Bob” thing. I used to tuck my manhood back, look into the mirror, and cry out how much I wanted to be someone’s woman! Please come to Southwest Florida sometime. XOXO, Best Wishes!

    July 7th, 2007 at 6:20 am. Permalink.

  735. Matt H replied:


    Not seen you since the Stereolab gig in Notts. Hope you don’t mind, but I’ve added your link to my website.


    Matt Hoppy.

    July 16th, 2007 at 1:21 pm. Permalink.

  736. avinash replied:

    hi jyoti,

    how are you? this is avinash again (4 posts below #732), still after you for that interview. july 31 is just around the corner. please let me know! would be brilliant if you help us pull this off here.


    p.s. check our website for d-tails

    July 24th, 2007 at 10:15 am. Permalink.

  737. John replied:

    I’m glad I’m not the only commentor who thinks this… I was also listening to “Moi… Lolita” sung by French singer Alizee – VERY similar score to your “I could never be your woman” song.

    Any relation? Not sure if you’ve answered this yet, but I’m totally curious! Get royalties! =)

    July 31st, 2007 at 5:47 am. Permalink.

  738. Jenny replied:

    I’m just curious, is it possible to live off one big hit (like in the film About a Boy). People talk about royalties, but roughly what does one bit hit bring in on an annual basis? Who pays? Sorry if this is too nosey, I know people hate admitting what they earn (I earn nothing – being a student, and wont earn much more than that when I qualify as I’m going into a caring profession).

    August 25th, 2007 at 7:57 pm. Permalink.

  739. Iakovos replied:

    Hi. My name is jacob and i would like to know about the meaning of the hit “Your Woman”. In Greece we dont actually know the meaning of this song and we would like to visit us in order to make a concert because we have got many fanatics of your group.

    September 5th, 2007 at 9:17 am. Permalink.

  740. starry replied:

    Hi Jyoti,
    is it possible to buy your albums in Russia? I was looking for any records but looks like they aren’t available here… Except one song, I think no need to mention which one exactly :) I’ve listened some samples from this website and they are absolutely smashing (as far as I could understand in 30 secs)

    September 19th, 2007 at 7:41 pm. Permalink.

  741. Grace replied:

    Hi, just to let you know, i miss a lot to hear i could never be your woman, i know that was a little bit of long time ago but you guys have a fan in México, hope the best of successfulls for you, im glad that i found you in this website and i will hear your new material, kisses and hugs from Gracey.

    October 7th, 2007 at 5:04 am. Permalink.

  742. wendy replied:

    just wanted to say all the best to you and your wife :) i used to be in contact with your wife many years ago
    ( we was both on the same email list)

    hi to you both

    October 11th, 2007 at 7:50 am. Permalink.

  743. Mike replied:

    Hi Jyoti
    Just thought i’d drop a quick message to say how much I really appreciate ‘your woman’ for its fantastic sound and marxist undertones. How fantastic that so many people loved a song that confused them in a sexual and political way. When it was released I found it quite revolutionary and sexually contoversial – I’m sure it was received as a breath of liberation by many people in a way they didn’t quite understand.
    The very fact that such a great sound was made in a spare bedroom, by yourself, adds to it’s romantic appeal and highlights it as a classic for many more reasons than one. And that’s what it is, a true classic :)

    All the very best for your future projects…


    November 27th, 2007 at 1:48 am. Permalink.

  744. Sherif replied:

    hi there, I read somewhere that you created ‘your woman’ with a simple computer at home, instead of a big fancy studio. is that true ?

    Peace From Greece
    p.s ‘your woman’ is definitely going a classic 😉

    November 27th, 2007 at 10:00 pm. Permalink.

  745. Theodore replied:

    Hello there from Greece!,

    Just another THANK YOU from someone who felt touched by YOUR WOMAN song like millions of other people!
    Best of life for you and your people.

    December 12th, 2007 at 7:11 pm. Permalink.

  746. ricky replied:

    Back in ’97 just about all the radio stations played ”Your Woman”. Suddenly, they dropped the song when it was thought to violate certain right wing ‘politically correct’ ideas. That’s too bad as it was a great song.

    One hit wonder? So friggin’ what?

    It was a damn good song!!!

    December 29th, 2007 at 2:44 am. Permalink.

  747. iain replied:

    Our wee pub session in gatehouse of fleet scotland, is about to feature ‘your woman.’ mainly cos of the scratchy fiddle, which when the single first appeared, grabbed me and hauled me in. i’ve wanted to cover it for ages and i have only just now got round to sorting it out. if we can replace the synths with wood in an effective way. i’ll record a live take and send it to you (all copyright respected).

    Just found too, think i’ll be spending some time there,

    thanks for everything boss


    January 9th, 2008 at 2:39 pm. Permalink.

  748. jess replied:

    hi hi–i’ve just been listening to the new jens lekman and some of the new LCD (someone great)–and they totally reminded me of the sound/vibe that you had on Women in Technology…reminded me of that CD and thought i’d drop a hi–looks like the rest of the world is catching up to you!

    January 19th, 2008 at 3:36 am. Permalink.

  749. Mikel O.D. replied:

    I came across “Women In Technology” a week ago and I can’t stop listening to it – I have to say that record was really ahead of it’s time! Please contact me about being on my podcast I’d love to interview you sometime in the future.

    January 20th, 2008 at 3:05 am. Permalink.

  750. Thomas replied:

    Greetings from China!

    Actually, I also can’t stop listening to Your Woman – and I disagree with you: It should not have been a one-shot. You have proven that you can touch millions of people with your music and make them feel it. Have another go at it, not for your own sake, but for the sake of art/music, for the sake of the people you can reach.

    January 26th, 2008 at 1:30 am. Permalink.

  751. Emma replied:

    Hi Jyoti.
    Driving home from work yesterday I heard Your Woman on radio 1. Great to hear it’s still being played, and it still sounds brilliant. This is actually the first time I have attempted to get in touch – not sure you’ll remember the girl who couldn’t sing unless the lights were off, and even then nerves and lack of any actual ability got in the way! Anyway, just wanted to say you’re an amazing song writer.

    February 9th, 2008 at 5:55 pm. Permalink.

  752. Andrew replied:

    Hey, I loved ‘Your woman’ and Peek and Poke. Years ago I heard a remix of Your woman, in the middle a robotic voice say ‘lucius’ or something like that. I desperately want to find it. do you know what it is?


    February 10th, 2008 at 8:56 pm. Permalink.

  753. Markv replied:

    Love “your woman”, and am desperately looking for an instrumental version of it. Is there any way to get it, i would be willing to pay. Please drop me a message.

    March 4th, 2008 at 12:36 am. Permalink.

  754. Gwen replied:

    “Your Woman” came out my junior year in high school, and I remember really digging it. I recently re-downloaded it, and it’s been a blast. Not only is it a great song, but it totally brings me back.

    Thanks very much for creating something that obviously means a lot to many people, for many reasons.

    April 14th, 2008 at 2:40 am. Permalink.

  755. Kam replied:

    You are brilliant. I heard your song back in ’97 in my gf’s car. I LOVED it..but never really dug in to see who’s it was. For the last 11 years, I’ve always wondered if I would hear it again and low and behold it was on the radio a few days ago. Well. I checked out your website, your thoughts..and must say that you are very well spoken.

    Anyhow. All the best in what ever life brings your way.

    May 9th, 2008 at 11:48 pm. Permalink.

  756. bjorn replied:

    big fan of ‘women in technology,’ your plinky music, and your beautifully serene voice. you also seem eminently good-natured. keep up the good work!

    June 11th, 2008 at 9:10 am. Permalink.

  757. Stupot replied:

    I heard this today on Radio One for the first time in a decade, but I immediately recognised it, the second it started playing, as freshly in my mind as it was back then… great track.

    July 4th, 2008 at 10:52 pm. Permalink.

  758. Jack replied:

    wow i never knew who you were as an artist besides your woman. i was listening to your last cd now, and its amazing. i love the song Death in Kettering!

    August 30th, 2008 at 5:38 am. Permalink.

  759. Stuart replied:

    Just to let you know that your woman is one of my very favourite tunes of all time. Im a huge music lover with thousands of CDs in my ample collection, yet I find myself drawn to this track year upon year. Your heartfelt lyrics express a deep dissatifaction that lies in us all. Its total brilliance, for always.

    September 14th, 2008 at 1:01 pm. Permalink.

  760. Gez replied:

    My band Catena Twist played with darren and the chaperones in Derby back in the 80s

    November 1st, 2008 at 8:18 pm. Permalink.

  761. pogo the great replied:

    much love from across the pond <3
    add me to the list of people loving “your woman”


    January 16th, 2009 at 6:35 am. Permalink.

  762. Azaria replied:

    Hey there!

    I don´t know if you will read this, but I´m so happy to have found your song, finally.
    You see, when I first heard it back in 1997 I was 14 years old…years went by and I forgot your song, as I did with so many others.

    But then, in 2004 I heard it again, and again, and again because there was a program in a radio station and every time they had a I met this guy who loved your song but he didn´t know what it´s name was. So we looked for it so much, and we didn´t have a clue. Even though I didn´t forget the rythm and kept on searching.

    And TODAY, only today I found a link to the video you have in youtube. I found it in a page where you can ask for the name of a song, and there it was.

    After listening your song again and again, I got here…to your page and I noticed that you are Indian. What a coincidence (no, I´m not Indian) but I love India´s culture. I like artists as Lata Mangeshkar and Ustaad Sultan Khanand many others. I knew them because I like Bollywood movies and those artists are the stars of the soundtrack in many movies that I´ve seen.

    So, that was all I wanted to say.
    Congrats on you work, good luck and be happy with your family.

    By the way, I´m from Colombia (South America), I´m 26 now. Greetings from this tropical country.

    January 21st, 2009 at 8:37 pm. Permalink.

  763. _Francisco replied:

    Dear Jyoti,

    Recently I re-discovered my love for the album “Women In Technology” and it’s even better than I remember.

    I was around 10 years old when my aunt let me borrow the cassette, and I listened to the entire album over and over and over.

    While I didn’t really understand the lyrics and exact meanings of the songs, there was something magical about the album. Instantly “Thursday at the Blue Note” became my favorite simply because I misheard the lyrics as “Oh no! The phone broke!” Other favorites include White Town, Wanted, and Going Nowhere Somehow. But really I do love the album entirely.

    Listening to it today brings back memories of one of the best times of my life. Slowly the real meanings of the lyrics have put themselves together. Turns out the phone did not break.

    Thank you for Women in Technology.


    February 2nd, 2009 at 2:43 am. Permalink.

  764. ~Sheyanne~ replied:

    Dear Jyoti,
    I wanted to tell you that I think “Woman In Technology” is a masterpiece. I willingly admit that I picked up the CD (in 2006, mind you) because of “Your Woman”. I remembered hearing that song and on the radio and loving it. I got to my car and very eagerly played it. I always have this OCD ritual thing about playing a CD from start to finish the first time I play it instead of impatiently going straight to the hit song. I’m so glad I did because I could not believe my ears. I fell irrevocably in love with the album in its entirety and with each song individually. This album was way ahead of its time. My only regret is that I did not get this CD when it first came out. It is absolutely amazing. You are a genius. I cannot sing enough praise, but I can say this: thank you. Thank you for composing these melodies and thank you for sharing your gift with the rest of the world. I look forward to hearing the rest of your inspiring repertoire and anxiously await further debuts.
    Sublimely yours,

    *possibly your biggest fan ever

    February 6th, 2009 at 7:59 am. Permalink.

  765. Josh replied:

    Dear Jyoti,

    I’m glad to discover that after all this time, you are still creating and remain true to yourself and your art. Keep it up.


    February 17th, 2009 at 9:42 pm. Permalink.

  766. sarha replied:

    dear jyoti,
    i discovered “your woman” about six months ago when it was playing on the radio and instantly fell in love. it oddly matched how i was feeling, and i’ve listened to it nonstop since. then i found your blog about 2 months later, discovered your other music, and have to say it all sounds great!! :) not to mention i love your attitude in your blog. keep up the great work!

    February 26th, 2009 at 5:42 am. Permalink.

  767. Gregorio replied:

    I have heard “Your Woman”, and I really like it. Is it in any way possible to do a remix of it? I am new to interacting with professional musicians, and I have no idea on how to contact you in another way.
    So I kind of feel pathetic, and do believe I will hardly get an answer.
    Thank you and love from Italy,

    February 26th, 2009 at 5:53 pm. Permalink.

  768. Steven Fanning replied:

    Hi there from EMI

    Would you be able to drop me a line on the email address provided when filling in this form please?


    Steven Fanning

    March 30th, 2009 at 3:06 pm. Permalink.

  769. Russell Bros. Films replied:

    Hey Jyoti
    How do i contact you in regards for music licensing?

    April 8th, 2009 at 10:36 am. Permalink.

  770. Elizabeth Yundt replied:

    I can assure you that “your woman” is frequently played on American radio stations, to this very day. I’ve been a casual fan but wanted to take the time to thank you for the awesome song and cd. I hope to get a hold of your latest one soon. Please keep at it!

    April 9th, 2009 at 4:32 am. Permalink.

  771. Peter Rainman replied:

    Hello Jyoti !

    i had David Richard on the phone few minutes ago and told him how much i appreciate your work, from 1989 to … today ! (love the vid for eath hour btw)

    If you are looking for remixes or whatever, please let me know !


    Peter 😀

    May 1st, 2009 at 5:39 pm. Permalink.

  772. serguei replied:


    The melody haunts my reverie. Loved the style in which “Your woman” video was made. Reminded me of Gaslights and surrealistic L’Age d’Or.

    What was the location and inspiration for it?

    May 21st, 2009 at 9:05 am. Permalink.

  773. Anonymous replied:

    I just want to say thank you for writing an amazing song in ‘Your Woman’ which takes me back to being a teenager and some incredibly happy days listening to it!

    May 26th, 2009 at 8:35 pm. Permalink.

  774. Ben Edit replied:

    Hello Jyoti, I have taken over ten years to do this but thanks for making your shit in the way that you did, I was still at school when I first heard your tune, ‘Your Woman’ It was before the charting and I remember saying “this is going to number one” that sunday it did.

    I am still inspired by your methods, ten years on and I’m starting to produce some produce.

    You can document my progress here >

    I would also like to ask where I might get some stems from for the song ‘You Woman’ as I would love to remix it, I’m sure you still have them tucked away somewhere, feel free to email me which ever the answer may be thanks.


    July 10th, 2009 at 7:08 pm. Permalink.

  775. michael replied:

    hola soy de bogota colombia, I want to say first, you do a music spectacular “your woman” I love a great song and we welcome this effort and creativity are reflected in thank you for such good music, and I have a question the following:

    that led you to write that song “Your Woman”?
    place your video or someone else did?
    Video is something that perhaps you dislike?

    thanks again and congratulations you are unique

    July 23rd, 2009 at 7:25 pm. Permalink.

  776. tyler replied:

    what film has your song “your woman” been used in?

    i know ive heard it and its bothering me.

    July 27th, 2009 at 12:41 pm. Permalink.

  777. Lance replied:

    You have an extraordinary voice and musical talent.
    It’s good to have experienced it.

    July 30th, 2009 at 1:13 am. Permalink.

  778. D. Savion replied:

    I have only recently discovered your music but I have already done some research into it (the faq’s here, wiki, youtube). You mentioned that you sampled a song for “Your Woman”. How would you feel about someone sampling your work? I’m not asking this in a “how could you steal, imagine how pissed you’d be, blah blah, rage” way at all. I’m asking it in a “do I have permission to work with a sound you have created for a different song?” way. I’m not saying I will, just that I’d like to. I listen to the beat or melody of some of your songs and I just hear more layers and different lyrics in my head. I’m curious if I can create them in reality. You can reach me at the email I gave any time; no rush.

    September 16th, 2009 at 4:53 pm. Permalink.

  779. eden replied:

    I like this song a lot and if your going to sample something, I’m glad it’s from the 20’s..great video as well! I play music from the 20’s and 30’s only..more country/delta blues though. I’d love a video like this one for my band..someday, perhaps!

    September 17th, 2009 at 8:15 am. Permalink.

  780. andy replied:

    podcast up mate–endoftheworldnews

    September 20th, 2009 at 2:35 am. Permalink.

  781. Sadie replied:

    Hey hey hey,

    I was at your gig at the Jamm on Thursday: it was the first bit of live music I’ve been to in months and months and it was a.m.a.z.i.n.g. Your Woman was, of course, awesome but I was really taken by the song you played as an encore.

    Good luck with everything and play more gigs in London please!

    September 26th, 2009 at 9:16 am. Permalink.

  782. Lisa replied:

    You are an amazing musician
    hope to see you on my side of the Atlantic sometime
    please keep making music
    it’s a wonderful gift to be able to make people so happy with your talent

    October 4th, 2009 at 5:57 am. Permalink.

  783. Jose replied:

    I am curious. What is the significance of this song (I can never be your Woman) to the fact that Moi Lolita came out 3 years later? What is the link between the two?

    October 10th, 2009 at 6:32 pm. Permalink.

  784. Kane replied:

    Man… Back in 1997, when I was no older than six years old(!), I adored the track Your Woman. I had the single, but when we moved I lost it, and because I was so young the only thing that maintained in my memory was the similarity of the melody to the “Imperial March”.

    I only re-discovered the song last night, and have had it on repeat all day. An awesome song, and very nostalgic of radio in the 90’s, back when I actually used to enjoy it! ^^

    October 17th, 2009 at 4:41 am. Permalink.

  785. jamie doulin replied:

    wow, had no idea you were still recording, to this day ‘your woman’ has been my fav track of all time, just the way it hit the charts, was so diferent, and blew everything else away. it even inspired me to make music(tho with no success!)but i enjoy trying. thanx for a lifetime inspired. cheers

    November 3rd, 2009 at 11:15 pm. Permalink.

  786. Didi replied:

    Hi, Jyoti:

    I know I first heard “Your Woman” on KROQ (Pasadena/Los Angeles) – I think it may have been on Jed the Fish’s Catch of the Day, where he’d play something brand new during evening traffic. I was amazed when I first heard “Your Woman” and it is just as fresh today–and finally on my iPod. Thanks for the great music. Now I’m going to check out your recent releases.

    January 28th, 2010 at 11:04 pm. Permalink.

  787. Jos replied:

    Hi Jyoti!

    I simply love your song Your Woman. It probably has played already for more than 100 hours (literally!) in total in my office while programming and doing data analysis. Thanks and good luck!

    February 7th, 2010 at 3:47 pm. Permalink.

  788. nedbrab replied:

    I love White Town. It’s brilliant.

    February 20th, 2010 at 2:30 pm. Permalink.

  789. dkn replied:

    What are the chords for “A Week Next June”?

    April 26th, 2010 at 7:35 pm. Permalink.

  790. Jyoti replied:

    Ummm… I don’t really know. Just broken D shapes and As moved about.

    April 27th, 2010 at 6:53 pm. Permalink.

  791. Bhairavi replied:

    thank you for the lovely song Your Woman-its on my ipod-love it-you make me smile
    all the best!!!

    May 6th, 2010 at 8:38 am. Permalink.

  792. Peter Skelton replied:

    Brilliant music. Your woman is an amazing song. Thanks for the great music and the great memories :o)

    June 12th, 2010 at 10:37 pm. Permalink.

  793. Dirk Lawinsky replied:

    Nice Music

    June 23rd, 2010 at 6:29 am. Permalink.

  794. Chloe replied:

    I actually heard ‘your woman’ on the radio the other day, here in CA. I absolutely loved it and showed my friends it, and your other music. Now its spreading throughout the high school here and where my hometown is in AR. Who knows, you could be the next 3Oh3! (:

    June 30th, 2010 at 6:36 pm. Permalink.

  795. Bad Panda replied:

    Hello Jyoti, I would like to get in touch with you. I’ve been looking for your email but couldn’t find it.

    July 14th, 2010 at 7:54 pm. Permalink.

  796. Marcus replied:

    Hey Jyoti!

    Just read your blog and had no idea you were a frequent visitor to Sweden! I now live in Gothenburg and am Head of Media at a local college. We have a venue so next time you’re coming over get in touch!

    Hope all is well,


    September 3rd, 2010 at 11:52 am. Permalink.

  797. Andy replied:

    Hi Jyoti,

    I write and record synthpop/electro songs at home, i’ve had local radio airplay but little else. I use a Korg MicroKorg a Tascam DP01 FX 8-track and a couple of old drum machines. I play each track in one by one, which shows up flaws in my timing/playing. I recently bought Sony Acid 8 but find it had to get on with. Just wondered if you knew of any programs or software that’s as simple as i am.



    May 16th, 2011 at 10:38 pm. Permalink.

  798. amiya replied:

    hello g……

    July 4th, 2011 at 5:51 am. Permalink.

  799. Kevin replied:

    Hi Great Songs,

    I have been wanting to ask this for years. But who was the model you hired or acted in your ‘Your Woman’ video?

    Thank you

    July 27th, 2011 at 8:17 am. Permalink.

  800. Alex C. replied:

    You should reissue Women in Technology on vinyl record! Vinyl is exponentially increasing in popularity right now. It would be cool to see your album on Amazon’s new vinyl release page one of these days…I’d buy it in addition to my CD copy :)

    August 5th, 2011 at 7:46 am. Permalink.

  801. Paul replied:

    You mention in one of your video posts to the grainy 1990 video for your first single – are you going to upload it anytime? would be great to see it…

    November 12th, 2011 at 10:38 pm. Permalink.

  802. Jyoti replied:

    It’s been up for ages! Have a look here:

    November 16th, 2011 at 10:32 am. Permalink.

  803. Paul replied:

    Thanks Jyoti – only problem is I can’t get that one to work, although all the rest of them do? Nice vids for the new songs though…

    November 17th, 2011 at 12:39 pm. Permalink.

  804. Dennix replied:

    Hey guys!
    I’m wondering in whitch hiphop song “your woman” got sampled in! I just can’t find out!! one of you know?

    January 7th, 2012 at 1:21 am. Permalink.

  805. vcrmchl replied:

    Hey Jyoti. Probably like many, I’ve never really known much about you other than that I love “Your Woman”. I’ve just read through your biography and FAQs, and was thrilled to discover that it all kind of happened like I imagined it might have. Your story is half of what makes the hit so special I think. Anyway, I’m glad you’re continuing to do what you love without the restrictions and rubbish that seem to go along with being involved with mainstream record labels. Good for you :) Vicky

    March 6th, 2012 at 8:29 pm. Permalink.

  806. gavin duggan replied:

    Love it!! such honesty, so refreshing. Have loved ‘your woman’ for years..hypnotic and tragically beautiful..didn’t even know it was a no.1 hit !!! a perfect song for a broken heart..thank you Jyoti..शुभमस्तु (shubhamastu)

    June 30th, 2012 at 6:54 pm. Permalink.

  807. Danna Sonozaki replied:

    Mr Mishra,
    I would like to let you know that you are my idol. As everyone here, I love your song entitled “Your Woman”. I listen to it almost every day, I play it on the piano, I look for covers and I even keep writing a blog about it. And my friends are like “OH MY GOSH switch that song off!”, but I can’t. I wish you came to Poland to sing in a concert. If I may, I would like to ask you some questions about “Your Woman” which unfortunately aren’t included in the frequently asked questions. The first one is: what happened next to the speaker in the song? I keep wondering if he (or she) is now happy with someone else or if they are still suffering, stuck in those lines forever. Or maybe you have another ending in mind. “Your Woman” is for me like a story and I would really like to know more about the future of the character. The second question is: I’ve read the possible meanings of the song, but since I’m no good in history, I cannot figure out what’s going on with the marxist meaning of the song. Is it something about political ideas in love? Is there any book or essay that I could read to understand better what you had on your mind?
    By the way, I saw the video from Indietracks. It was so great when all those people started singing with you! I wish I was among them. Greetings!

    July 11th, 2012 at 7:50 pm. Permalink.

  808. Jedd replied:

    I find “A Week Next June” captivating but can’t figure out the chords. Would you share them? I’d really like to play the song on my guitar.

    July 11th, 2015 at 4:18 am. Permalink.

  809. April Rain replied:

    Nice one for getting mentioned on Guardian today. Remember reading a very inspirational and confirming interview with you in SOS many moons ago. And getting a number 1!!! Go there. Still on the stereo today in Croydon

    January 22nd, 2016 at 1:54 am. Permalink.

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