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Spectropop - Digest Number 1003



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There are 25 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Kapp - to - MCA
           From: Billy G. Spradlin 
      2. Re: Everlys "Two Yanks...."
           From: Billy G. Spradlin 
      3. Re: Kapp
           From: Simon White 
      4. Re: Ketty Lester on DVD?
           From: Michael Godin 
      5. Re: Reparata's writers
           From: Ian Slater 
      6. Re: Kapp
           From: Billy G. Spradlin 
      7. Re: Canterbury / Little Lisa Miller / Lewis Sisters
           From: Keith D'Arcy 
      8. Re: Julie London
           From: Frank 
      9. Re: Julie London / Green Tambourine
           From: Keith D'Arcy 
     10. Re: One Less Bell to Answer
           From: Phil Milstein 
     11. Re: Del / Wilburys
           From: Richard Hattersley 
     12. SHAKE & FINGER POP! Fri 5th September, Brighton, UK
           From: CHRIS KING 
     13. Hit Parader Magazine
           From: Art Longmire 
     14. Re: Lewis Sisters / H.B. Barnum/ Julie London and other icons
           From: Simon White 
     15. Re: Meeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
           From: Beatle Bob 
     16. Re: Everlys "Two Yanks...."
           From: Phil Milstein 
     17. Re: Del / Wilburys
           From: Tom Taber 
     18. Re: Roy O's film
           From: jerophonic 
     19. Re:  Roy Orbison's film
           From: Dan Hughes 
     20. Re: Lewis/Miller gals
           From: Phil Milstein 
     21. Re: Lewis Sisters
           From: Simon White 
     22. Re: Roy Orbison's film- "The Fastest Guitar Alive"
           From: Charles Ellis 
     23. Re: Lewis Sisters
           From: Phil Chapman 
     24. Re: Everlys "Two Yanks...."
           From: Steve Harvey 
     25. Re: Youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
           From: Steve Harvey 


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Message: 1 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 06:05:24 -0000 From: Billy G. Spradlin Subject: Re: Kapp - to - MCA > I believe Kapp was taken over by MCA whose labels included Decca, > the label previous to Kapp either started or ran by Jack Kapp. > They were all folded into the MCA label in the early 70's. Thats what exactly happened - MCA had Decca (not the UK label), Kapp, Uni, Brunswick, and Congress (was Coral still around?) running at all the same time in the late 60's. Uni was formed by MCA around 1966-7 to be MCA's "teen label" and quickly became MCA's most successful label by the late 60's, much to the embarrasment of the older executives at Kapp and Decca. Kapp had too many MOR artists, while Decca's biggest strength was in Country Music. The Brain Trust at MCA decided to merge all these labels into "MCA Records" around 1971-2, proably to present the image of a unified and stronger label (or to save money!). Its sad to note Universal music folded the MCA label this year, merging the remaining artists into the Island/Def Jam (a bad name for a label if there ever was one) and Universal jaggernaut. Billy http://listen.to/jangleradio -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 05:47:02 -0000 From: Billy G. Spradlin Subject: Re: Everlys "Two Yanks...." > As for The Everlys, they also came to the UK and recorded the "2 > Yanks In England" album with members of The Hollies. Did this LP ever come out on CD anywhere? I was dismayed that Warner Brothers didnt include anything on thier "Warner Archives" 2-Fer a few years back. BTW The Hollies didnt play on all tracks but it was all recorded in the UK with studio musicans such as Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones playing on many tracks. I have a import copy and its a great album, not a dud on it, and some tracks they beat the Hollies at thier own material. Billy http://listen.to/jangleradio -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 07:57:34 +0100 From: Simon White Subject: Re: Kapp Geoff Kaiser writes: > Other artists on Kapp included Jane Morgan, Ruby &the Romantics, > Brian Hyland, Louis Armstrong (including the hit 'Hello Dolly'), > and Sonny & Cher. Mike Rashkow writes: > ...AND Johnny Cymbal (Mr. Bassman) ....And Lenny Welch. Simon White Northern Soul on Soul 24 - 07 http://www.soul24-7.com/index.htm http://www.soul24-7.com/djs/djmet.htm Sundays 2-4pm GMT -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 20:29:21 -0700 From: Michael Godin Subject: Re: Ketty Lester on DVD? jerophonic: > A few years ago I saw a program on the local PBS affiliate featuring, > among others, the lead singers from the Casinos and Spiral Staircase > reprising their hits. Ketty Lester also appeared and sang "Love > Letters", although she seemed in ill-health. Does anyone know the the > name of the program, and whether it's available anywhere? That was a wonderful program concept: the artists sitting in the round and sharing their stories and songs for each other. They were the audience and the performers. The entire program lasted about 6 hours, but what PBS aired was either 2 or 3 hours. If I recall, it was called Rock and Roll Graffitti and also had as guests Jimmy Rogers, Dee Dee Sharp, The Browns, Frankie Ford, Mary Wilson from The Supremes, Jimmy Clanton, and more than is coming to me from memory. The entire program was (maybe still is) available on VHS - not sure about DVD. Ketty performed for the first time in 30 years on this program, as she had been a major actress on Little House On The Prairie. Her performance of Love Letters was so incredibly stirring that virtually every other artist watching was in tears. By the way, many of the artists met for the very first time on this show. An absolutely incredible story and song 6 hour extravaganza! I will try to find out if this is still available and if so, where it can be purchased. More info ASAP. Michael Godin Treasure Island Oldies http://www.TreasureIslandOldies.com -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 08:55:14 +0100 From: Ian Slater Subject: Re: Reparata's writers Many thanks to Robert for his Reparata / Delrons credits list. I can add the credits for the missing tracks and one more record. I don't have their first single I got the credits for "Leave Us Alone" from Mick Patrick's fabulous CD compilation "Kiss 'n' Tell" (Ace CDCHD 330). 1. YOUR BIG MISTAKE Del-Rons Ernie Maresca LEAVE US ALONE (Lou Zerato) Twin-Tone Music Laurie 3252 20 OCTOPUS'S GARDEN Reparata & the Delrons (Richard Starkey) YOUR LIFE IS GONE Reparata & the Delrons (B. Jerome, S. Jerome, S. Feldman) "A D'Art Recording" 21 JESEBEE LANCER (THE BELLY DANCER) E. Beam Arranged by John Abbott, Produced by Bill Jerome, Steve Jerome and Lou Guarino. Reparata Copyright Control WE NEED YOU (B. Jerome, S. Jerome, L. Guarion, R. Jackson) Arranged by John Abbott Produces by Bill Jerome, Steve Jerome & Lou Guarino) Galahad Music Inc. USA MCPS (PS Spelling inconsistencies ARE on the record!) 22 JUST YOU Reparata (B. Jerome, K. Stella, S. Jerome) Produced by Bill & Steve Jerome E. B Marks Music Corp./ BMI THERE'S SO LITTLE TIME Reparata (R. Holmes, D Jordan) Produced by Bill & Steve Jerome (Big Tree BT 114) Animals Music / ASCAP Ian Slater -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 06:38:47 -0000 From: Billy G. Spradlin Subject: Re: Kapp The Searchers (from UK Pye), Critters, and Thee Prophets cut great records for Kapp. But most people still think of Kapp as a strictly MOR label featuring Rodger Williams. I think the strangest Kapp act was the pioneering all-synth group Silver Apples. Billy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 06:49:59 -0400 From: Keith D'Arcy Subject: Re: Canterbury / Little Lisa Miller / Lewis Sisters Hi All, More on Canterbury: Apparently, the guy that ran Canterbury, Ken Handler, was the son of Elloit & Ruth Handler, the folks who invented the Barbie doll (and later, Ken). One of the key reasons that a lot of the Canterbury stuff is so scarce (according to Lisa Miller's mom, Kay Lewis) is that Mattel had a lucrative contract with the US government, making high tech gun butts out of plastic compounds, and the label was set up as a tax write off (or became one toward the end of it's run). Anyway, that Lisa Miller album is a wonderful lost pop classic (thanks, Bill!). Imagine the great HB Barnum at the height of his powers (around the time he was working on the David Axelrod records) producing a spunky, big-voiced 12 year old who belts "White Rabbit" & "To Sir With Love" on the same record, and your dream comes true! Lisa sang with Sergio Mendes for a lot of the 70's, then retired except for occasional session singing. She's recently found work as a mom! KD PS: For anybody out there who digs the Patience & Prudence 45s, the Lewis Sisters (Lisa's mom & aunt, who wrote a lot of the stuff on her LP and a lot of Motown, including "This Love Starved Heart" for Marvin Gaye) had an amazing, haunted jazz vox LP on Liberty called "Way Out, Far" which equals the sweetness and general "off" mood of the P&P records. Marvelous. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 08:18:47 +0200 From: Frank Subject: Re: Julie London Mick Patrick: > Julie London's version of "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy" was the title > track of her final LP... The whole LP is a must. One of the most way out record I ever heard, even better than Louie Louie don't miss Light My Fire... but anything Julie London recorded is a must. Frank -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 06:54:52 -0400 From: Keith D'Arcy Subject: Re: Julie London / Green Tambourine Bobster: > Jim Nayder on Chicago's "Annoying Music Show" sound bite played Julie > London's version of "Louie, Louie" a few months ago. Lyrics cleaned > up. She's a great singer but it's painful to listen to, speaking for > myself. I would much prefer listening to Nancy Sinatra (or, for that > matter, Nancy WILSON!!!) cover "Yummy Yummy Yummy" (or, for that > matter, "Green Tambourine"! ! !) My all-time fave version of "Green Tambourine" is by the 60's group Newbury Park, on Cream. The rest of their LP is, at best, nothing to write home about (at worst, creepily Christian), but their version of the above is a stunner & has crazy funky drums. KD -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 13:01:44 +0000 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: One Less Bell to Answer Charles wrote: > I know the answer to this one! In the late 1960s Keely Smith did a > version on either Atlantic or Atco . A few years ago, I downloaded a > MP3 of the original vinyl single off the 'net, - I think I still have > it on CDR, and please contact me if you want the MP3 so I can send it > to you. Charles Better still if you could post it to musica! --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 10:37:17 +0000 From: Richard Hattersley Subject: Re: Del / Wilburys Listening to Del's last album "Rock On" which features Petty, Lynne and Harrison a bit (I think, isn't he on Walk Away?), I think it is such a shame that Del never got his chance in the Wilburys. I imagine it may have causd the same reappraisal of his work that happened to Roy at the time. It would also i think have been great for his ego and personal state of mind. Richard http://www.wiz.to/richardsnow -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 08:04:45 +0100 From: CHRIS KING Subject: SHAKE & FINGER POP! Fri 5th September, Brighton, UK Dear fellow UK-based Spectropoppers - Just a briefish mail to let you know that Shake & Finger Pop! the recently launched 60s club night from the creators of Da Doo Ron Ron - the one & only 6ts girl group club - returns for the third time on Friday 5th September. Once again we're at the fantabulous surrounds of The Sussex Arts Club, 07 , Ship Street, Brighton. BN1. Tel: 01273-778020. Doors to the backroom - where the DJs spin - open @ 11.30pm officially (though it could be closer to 11pm) but you can pay on the door and drink in the sumptious main bar from 9pm onwards. Admission is 4 in advance - just mail me your names - OR 5 on the door on the night. Da Doo DJs Chris 'n' Si spin 100% brogue-burning, 60s floor-filler. Expect stacks of soul, especially Motown & northern, heaps of beat (mostly UK, Kinks, Action, Who et al) and a soupcon of ska. Check out our recently revamped web-site for more info. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/dadooronron/ Oodles of thanks for your indulgence, Chris Da Doo -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 19:19:07 -0000 From: Art Longmire Subject: Hit Parader Magazine Sorry Phil, I don't have the technology to post a scan, I definitely wish I could - there is a photo of Del included on the page, but with the quality of paper (these magazines were printed on rather cheap paper stock) I can't really tell if it is a current photo or a stock file photo. These magazines are a real treasure trove of information about the music scene. What's really interesting is that such a wide spectrum of music and artists are covered-and the details about artist's careers that come out in the interviews are really intriguing. For instance, there is a 3-page interview with Roy Orbison (from late '66) where he talks about his career, his friendship with Buddy Holly, his opinions on the current musical scene, and a movie he was shooting that he had high hopes for. I actually saw the movie back in the 80's - I can't remember the title, unfortunately. I just remember it was a western and featured several songs. Art Longmire -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 20:40:34 +0100 From: Simon White Subject: Re: Lewis Sisters / H.B. Barnum/ Julie London and other icons Keith D'Arcy wrote - >.....imagine the great HB Barnum at the height of his powers > (around the time he was working on the David Axelrod records) > PS: For anybody out there who digs the Patience & Prudence 45s, > the Lewis Sisters (Lisa's mom & aunt, who wrote a lot of the > stuff on her LP and a lot of Motown, including "This Love > Starved Heart" for Marvin Gaye) had an amazing, haunted jazz > vox LP on Liberty called "Way Out, Far" which equals the sweetness > and general "off" mood of the P&P records. Marvelous. I can vouch for the wonderfulness this wonderful album. I have a CDR copy of it - I don't own it on vinyl but I know a man who does. The cover is rather spiffing too. When is it actually from? The girls' Motown output, both as performers and writers, are my absolute favourites on the label group. I love everything about the Lewis Sisters. Those voices just touch me deeply where no girls have been before. To add another piece to the ring, the Sisters also wrote H.B. Barnum's Northern Soul favourite, "Heartbreaker. Bob Rashkow wrote - > Jim Nayder on Chicago's "Annoying Music Show" sound bite played > Julie London's version of "Louie, Louie" a few months ago. > Lyrics cleaned up. She's a great singer but it's painful to > listen to, speaking for myself. I would much prefer listening > to Nancy Sinatra (or, for that matter, Nancy WILSON!!!) cover > "Yummy Yummy Yummy" (or, for that matter, "Green Tambourine"! ! !) Julie was in the afternoon matinee movie 'Helicopter Spies' here today. I didn't see her but caught her name in the end credits. It's a 'Man From U.N.C.L.E' movie, so contains David McCallum too, adding to this thread with his covers album. I saw him in Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, once about twenty years ago. And as we all know, Julie London starred in the movie 'The Girl Can't Help It', which also starred Jayne Mansfeild and Little Richard, who was managed briefly in the '60s by H.B. Barnum, thereby linking Little Richard to The Lewis Sisters and The Lewis Sisters to Jayne Mansfield which is just fine by me. Heady days. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 18:51:06 +0000 From: Beatle Bob Subject: Re: Meeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Steve Harvey: > Hey Bob, Are you the same guy that was written up in the > Riverfront Times? Just came across that last night via the > Wayback Machine. Pretty extensive piece. What'ja think of it? Hi Steve, Yes that was me on the front cover story of the Riverfront Times. Too many errors and unconfirmed stories ruined the piece for me. The author of that story was fired from the publication several months later. For more historical and fun pieces about myself, check out the April issue of that excellent Atlanta music publication - Stomp And Stammer. Also you can go the the No Depression Magazine website to read a story about myself: http://www.nodepression.net/archive/nd04/depts/screendoor.html Or better yet, just put the words Beatle Bob on your search mode to come with hundreds of stories, quotes and mentions of me throughout the world. By the way, I'll be in Austin,Texas the weekend of Sept 19-21 to host-MC the Austin City Limits Music Festival. 3 days - 08 stages. Artists like Al Green, Los Lobos, R.E.M., Polyphonic Spree, Ben Harper, and many more. Also check out the Guided By Voices Official Website to catch their new video which was filmed in my hometown of St. Louis and features me throughout the entire film. Beatle Bob -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 16:19:13 +0000 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: Everlys "Two Yanks...." Billy G. Spradlin wrote: > Did this LP ever come out on CD anywhere? I was dismayed that Warner > Brothers didnt include anything on thier "Warner Archives" 2-Fer a > few years back. BTW The Hollies didnt play on all tracks but it was > all recorded in the UK with studio musicans such as Jimmy Page and > John Paul Jones playing on many tracks. I have a import copy and its > a great album, not a dud on it, and some tracks they beat the Hollies > at thier own material. A Dutch company named Rocky Top seems to have the licensing for this and many other mid-period Everlys records. They claim to have three double-paks in the pipeline, on which they are currently taking pre- orders, and have two others already available. See: http://www.rockytop.nl/kentucky/ for more info. --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 12:29:11 -0700 (PDT) From: Tom Taber Subject: Re: Del / Wilburys Richard Hattersley wrote: > Listening to Del's last album "Rock On" which features Petty, Lynne > and Harrison a bit (I think, isn't he on Walk Away?), I think it is > such a shame that Del never got his chance in the Wilburys. Del's version of "What Kind of Fool" from his last album is a favorite of mine. Tom Taber -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 20:37:30 -0000 From: jerophonic Subject: Re: Roy O's film Art Longmire wrote: > ...there is a 3-page interview with Roy Orbison (from late '66) > where he talks about his career, his friendship with Buddy Holly, > his opinions on the current musical scene, and a movie he was > shooting that he had high hopes for. I actually saw the movie > back in the 80's - I can't remember the title, unfortunately. I > just remember it was a western and featured several songs. I believe it was called "Fastest Guitar in the West". Roy was not an actor, but that's OK. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 15:58:11 -0500 From: Dan Hughes Subject: Re: Roy Orbison's film Art sez: > I actually saw the movie back in the 80's - I can't remember the > title, unfortunately. I just remember it was a western and > featured several songs. It was called "Fastest Guitar In the West." ---Dan -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 16:56:06 +0000 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: Lewis/Miller gals Keith D'Arcy wrote: > Anyway, that Lisa Miller album is a wonderful lost pop classic > (thanks, Bill!). Imagine the great HB Barnum at the height of his > powers (around the time he was working on the David Axelrod records) > producing a spunky, big-voiced 12 year old who belts "White Rabbit" > & "To Sir With Love" on the same record, and your dream comes true! Intrigued by Keith's description and stories of the Lewis/Miller family, I did some googling and located the wonderful ad for Lisa Miller's Love Is/The Loneliest Christmas Tree 45 at http://www.geocities.com/lonelytree519/millerad.jpg Other great images from the family's career, including the cover to the Way Out ... Far LP, are at http://www.geocities.com/lonelytree519/photos.html (click images for full-sized versions), and both a scan of the liner notes to Way Out ... Far and an MP3 sampling from it can be found at http://la60.gooside.com/lewis.htm This latter page, from Japan, adds a scan of a Lewis Sisters 7" pic sleeve on which they are sub-billed as "The Singing Schoolteachers"! --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 23:22:38 +0100 From: Simon White Subject: Re: Lewis Sisters Just as an add-on, there is a previously unreleased track, the awesome, atmospheric, moody, broody and menacing (and so written for Brenda Holloway it's untrue!) "Dont Make Me Live Without Your Love" on the Universal CD "A Cellar Full Of Motown" (as heard on the Metropolitan Soul Show 24/03/03 - In fact The Sisters have featured on a number of shows the past year). Not only is the CD worth it for this track it's worth it for all the others as well. And thats some recommendation. Simon White http://www.soul24-7.com/djs/djmet.htm The METROPOLITAN SOUL SHOW - Live every Week! 2 solid hours of Northern, 60's and 70's Soul MORE MUSIC, LESS TALK! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 22:59:05 -0000 From: Charles Ellis Subject: Re: Roy Orbison's film- "The Fastest Guitar Alive" Art sez: > I actually saw the movie back in the 80's - I can't remember > the title, unfortunately. I just remember it was a western > and featured several songs. The title was "The Fastest Guitar Alive" and he played a singing Confederate spy, and WORE NO GLASSES!!!!! I assume he made it as part of his MGM records contract. Reminds me of how Morty Craft (should be "Crafty"!!!!!) lured Mary Wells to 20th Century Fox Records from Motown in '64 with the promise of film roles. He lied, of course. Charles -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 01:11:28 +0100 From: Phil Chapman Subject: Re: Lewis Sisters > the Lewis Sisters (Lisa's mom & aunt, who > wrote a lot of the stuff on her LP and a > lot of Motown, including "This Love Starved > Heart" for Marvin Gaye) Their "You Need Me" is (now) a classic Motown record, and a strange one for the time. Great use of moody harmonica. One of my fave LS songs is Gladys Knight's "Just Walk In My Shoes" written under their married names of Helen Mastor and Kay Miller. Brenda Holloway's "Where Were You" ain't half bad either. And their 1958 recording, "Way Out ....Far"......just is. Apart from the stuff found at Phil M's cool links, I'm curious about an item mentioned on AMG: http://www.allmusic.com/ > A year later they cut what Kay describes as a > weird album for Verve Records. The Russ Garcia > produced "Voices, Strings and Percussion" was > quite odd, Garcia used the sisters' voices like > violins on the 1960 album of Tchaikovsky songs. Anybody out there got this? Phil -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 15:33:48 -0700 (PDT) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Re: Everlys "Two Yanks...." Those two-fers seem to have petered out. The Kentucky site has had the three two fers for over a year now and they still aren't out. Collecting interest on preorders, I guess. I got tired of waiting and put my vinyl onto CDs. Anyone know where the tune Susie Sunshine came from? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 25 Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 15:29:16 -0700 (PDT) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Re: Youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hey Beatle Bob, Thanks for writing back. Next question, is that you dancing onstage with Billy Lee Riley at the Green Bay Rockabilly shindig last year. And . . . did you ever see the Searchers at the Chestnut Cabaret back in the 80s in Philly? Enough questions for now. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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