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Spectropop - Digest Number 1110

               SPECTROPOP - Spectacular! Retro! Pop!

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Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Questions 67, 68 AND Japanese--Posted to Musica!
           From: Clark Besch 
      2. Re: Classical pop
           From: Bill George 
      3. Dolenz Aida !
           From: Country Paul 
      4. Re: Oma "D"
           From: David Gordon 
      5. Hello / Cyrkle commercial
           From: Michael Lynch 
      6. Re: Dobie Gray
           From: Joe Peel 
      7. Priscilla Paris
           From: Bill Reed 
      8. Fading Yellow vol 6 & 7 cdīs now out!
           From: JJ 
      9. Re: Celebrity pottymouths / Lovers' Concerto
           From: Phil Milstein 
     10. What Ever Happened To Happy Mojo Men
           From: Marty 
     11. Re: "Don't Give Up On Me"
           From: That Alan Gordon 
     12. Bobby Hatfield
           From: Mary 
     13. Christmas Gift boxes
           From: Paul Woods 
     14. Re: When You Walk in the Room
           From: Bill George 
     15. Re: Whatever Happened to Happy
           From: Bill George 
     16. Re: The Association - Collectors Choice Reissues
           From: S.J. Dibai 
     17. Re: The Reflections and  Barry Darvell
           From: Martin Roberts 
     18. Checker & Diamonds; Jakes Holmes; Sandy Posey; Lesley gay; to Artie Wayne
           From: Country Paul 
     19. Re: Questions 67, 68 AND Japanese--Posted to Musica!
           From: Tom Taber 
     20. Re: Classical pop - Della (not Dinah)
           From: That Alan Gordon 
     21. Re: The Association - Collectors Choice Reissues
           From: Art Longmire 
     22. Celebs At Their Worst CDs
           From: Phil Milstein 
     23. Poor CD
           From: Mike Dugo 
     24. Karina in musica
           From: Julio Niņo 
     25. Re: Top Notes "Twist and Shout"
           From: Alfie Noakes 

Message: 1 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 06:46:58 -0000 From: Clark Besch Subject: Re: Questions 67, 68 AND Japanese--Posted to Musica! Dan Hughes wrote: > ..."25 or 6 to 4" . . . "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It > Is?". Anybody know? Albabe: > I don't think those two songs were related, but... I remember > Robert Lamm saying something in an interview somewhere, about > him asking someone what time it was while he was writing the > tune, and that "25 or 6 to 4" was the response he heard... and > he figured it would make a good title for a song. The memory > is pretty dim though. And while we're at it... what about > questions 1 through 66? Hi, I think you are right on your story about 25 or 6 to 4. With all the talk of foriegn versions and comments on "Questions 67 & 68" and other great early Chicago songs, I thought I'd combine the 2 and play this rare Japanese version to Musica. It was certainly done in 1971 when the song hit high on the charts the second time around. I was blown away when I got this as a US Dj 45! Why would Columbia make an English/Japanese Dj 45? Was anyone in the US going to play the Japanese version?? On other early Chicago related things, their horn section is credited on the Mauds' 1968 "Forever Gone" Mercury 45 and they played on their "Soul Drippin'" hit later on. The latter can be heard for the first time on Cd from Bob Stroud's new "Rock 'n Roll Roots, Vol. 5". Check his radio site for details. Also, the Robbs' first Cd appearance with "Race With the Wind" is included. Many of you may also know the many songs the Buckinghams did that were written by our James Holvay and Gary Beisber. Still on the Chicago theme, Holvay's "Makin Up & Breakin Up" that was a Buckinghams B side (twice!), was also recorded by the Missing Links in 65 or so that included 3 future members of Chicago also!! There's one big connection to all this somewhere. (?) Anyway, Take care and enjoy! Clark -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 23:38:14 EST From: Bill George Subject: Re: Classical pop Phil Chapman: > Can any of you compilation buffs tell me if there's one comprising > pop hits lifted from classical themes? In a trivia game I have, it lists Dinah Washington as having recorded a song based on Puccini's Quando Men Vo (Musetta's Waltz). I have everything she recorded, I believe, and I don't hear it anywhere. Does anyone know what this song is, and who in fact recorded it? - Bill -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 10:36:01 -0500 From: Country Paul Subject: Dolenz Aida ! I haven't even begun to try to catch up (my usual story), but this caught my eye today (don't know if it's been mentioned yet); >From the Associated Press: "Micky Dolenz, who played drums in the 1960s television pop group, joins the long-running Disney musical Jan. 6 as Zoser, the villainous father of the show's young hero. The 58-year-old Dolenz has played the role in the musical's national tour. "'Aida' undergoes a major cast change next Tuesday when Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child takes over the title role from Toni Braxton. Williams will star in the musical through Jan. 25...." More to come.... Country Paul -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 14:19:05 -0000 From: David Gordon Subject: Re: Oma "D" Peter Richmond wrote: > Yes, Jimmy Walker did play the drums on the sessions for the album > "Rebirth" at the Annex Studios, Hollywood, recorded between the 25th > and 29th August 1969. The girl backing singers were Edna Wright, > Carolyn Willis and Oma "D". Oma "D" = session singer Oma Drake aka Oma Heard. Davie Gordon -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 17:20:50 -0000 From: Michael Lynch Subject: Hello / Cyrkle commercial Hello Pop People. My name is Michael. I'm from New York. I just joined this list today, though I've been meaning to for a long time. It's always cool meeting people into the music I'm into. My pop credentials...Well, for starters, I just plain like to listen to it. :> But I also write (freelance) for various publications... Fufkin, Goldmine (though not since 1997), Ugly Things, and I also assisted with the liner notes of a few Rhino CDs...The Monkees' and Associations' volumes of the 'Essential' series, and The Association Anthology, 'Just The Right Sound' (which I named, says Dawn Eden. Apparently, I uttered that title to her facetiously once, without fanfare, and it was picked up and used). (Speaking of Dawn Eden, she and I and our friend Kittybeat also deejay once a month in NYC, playing lots of the very music discussed here (we call it POP GEAR!).) Looking over past posts, some of you I know from other boards and from trades. Hello to you all. For my first contribution to the board, I noticed that The Cyrkle's 7- UP commerical was being discussed. Well, at least at one time, the link I'm putting below allowed you to see the television commercial of that spot. You don't see The really don't see anybody...but kinda cool to see nonetheless. Now, the PC I'm using at this moment can't play things like that, so unfortunately, I cannot check ahead to see if this link is still working. If it is not, I apologize. But if it does work, hope you enjoy it. Thanks, and looking forward to joining the chats. -Michael Lynch -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 15:36:09 EST From: Joe Peel Subject: Re: Dobie Gray Stuffed Animal; > Another wonderful album with Spectorish production is Dobie Gray's > 1965 FOR IN-CROWDERS THAT GO GO. Fred Darian (who's he?) produced. > I recall in particular two excellent tracks: The Mexican- > flavored "Blue Ribbons" by Jackie DeShannon, and "Walk With Love," a > vaguely homoerotic number. Spectropoppers will certainly be familiar > with the singles from this album, "The In Crowd" and "See You At The > Go-Go" . . . both records are definitely Wall of Sound cops, besides > being irresistibly danceable. Good luck locating a stereo copy of > this album! WHOH>>>>>!!!The LP is just GGGGRREEAAT.."The In Crowd"....J.Peel -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 18:24:32 -0000 From: Bill Reed Subject: Priscilla Paris Does anyone happen to know who currently holds the rights to the Priscilla Paris recordings on Happy Tiger? Thanks in advance. Bill Reed -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 21:20:15 -0000 From: JJ Subject: Fading Yellow vol 6 & 7 cdīs now out! FADING YELLOW VOLUME 6 Another Rich Smorgasbord of Timeless US (and a few Canadians) Pop-sike and other delights, 1966-1970, 45s-Flower Machine Records FMRCD1006 Tracklisting: 1.THE FIVE SHY - Try to be happy 2.THE UNFORSCENE - These are the words 3.LYNN CASTLE w/LAST FRIDAYīs FIRE - Rose Colored Corner 4.THE SMOKE RING - Waitinī for love to come my way 5.HANK SHIFTER - Saturday noontime 6.TYME & A HALF - Magic Island 7.THE SCENE - Scenes(from another world) 8.FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY - Canīt go home 9.BOB DILEO - Band in Boston 10.FARGO - Sunny day blue 11.MID DAY RAIN - Friday mourning 12.GEOFFREY STEVENS - Grape Jelly Love 13.MARK RADICE - Three cheers(for the Sad man) 14.NEW YORKERS - Land of Ur 15.THE WHETHER BUREAU - Why canīt you and i 16.CHOCOLATE TUNNEL - The highly successful young Rupert White 17.THE CARNIVAL - Four Seasons 18.BILL SODEN - My mermaid and me 19.SUNSHINE TROLLEY -Cover me babe 20.THE DON MEEHAN PROJECT - My silent symphony 21.CLICK - Girl with a mind 22.BILLY ELDER - Donīt take the night away 23.RAINY DAZE - Fe Fi Fo Fum 24.STEPHEN HARTLEY - Have you seen her 25.STEPHEN HARTLEY - The other side FADING YELLOW VOLUME 7 - US 1967-72 album trax, of Mesmerizing/Magic pop-sike and other delights Flower Machine Records FMRCD1007 Tracklisting: 1.THE EIGHTH DAY - Building with a steeple 2.JOHN RANDOLPH MARR - Raggedy Ann 3.BRIAN HYLAND - On the east-side 4.GORDIAN KNOT - Carraway stream 5.FARGO - Talks we used to have 6.FEDERAL DUCK - Peace in my mind 7.GLITTERHOUSE - Tinkerbellīs mind 8.THE PEPPERMINT TROLLEY CO. - Patīs song 9..3īs A CROWD - I donīt wanna drive you away 10.LEE MICHAELS - My friends 11.RICHARD TWICE - If i knew you were the one 12.ALZO - Youīre gone 13.CHERRY PEOPLE - Imagination 14.COWSILLS - Mystery of life 15.SUMMERHILL - Friday morningīs paper 16.BOB RAY - (Girl with the)Cameo Ring 17.THE NEW WAVE - Little dreams 18.PHILAMORE LINCOLN - The North wind blew south 19.NATIONAL GALLERY-Diana in the autumn wind 20.CONDELLO - The other side of you 21.THE SMOKE - Gold is the colour of thoughts 22.THE GORDIAN KNOT - The year of the sun 23.ELLIE POP - Oh my friend 24.BERT SOMMER - And when itīs over -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 16:05:42 +0000 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: Celebrity pottymouths / Lovers' Concerto yours truly: > All these moments, and dozens more like them (incl. an F-word from > Barbra Streisand), are included on Mad Deadly Worldwide Communist > Gangster Computer God's 3-CD series "Celebrities At Their Worst." > The CDs list an address of PO Box 420464, SF CA 94142 USA. Clark Besch wrote: > Phil, Many thanks for this. I am going to order this. I've heard > some of these and they are great, but have few in my collection. I believe all three volumes in the series are double-CDs. However, I should've mentioned in my initial post that you should write ahead, to inquire about availability, and even to make sure they're still at that address. Meanwhile, I'll see if I can't rustle up an EMA for the company. Paul Bryant brought us the lyric to: > Lovers' Concerto Thanks for that transcription, Paul. Thematically it strikes me as a bit short of a full load -- a nice enough song of devotion, I suppose, but for all those words it doesn't really go anywhere. But structurally, it is quite unique and interesting. The first verse repeats twice, then nothing else repeats for the rest of the song. And, of course, it is all verses, with nary a bridge or refrain, not to mention singalongable hook. Of course none of this is meant as a criticism -- the record undeniably WORKS, and what more than that can one ask of a piece of music? Does anyone know if the title "Lovers' Concerto" is connected at all to the original tune, or if it was constructed anew for The Toys' song? --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 21:40:54 -0000 From: Marty Subject: What Ever Happened To Happy Mojo Men Previously: > "Whatever Happened To Happy" by any artist so it was a wonderful > surprise to hear it by the Righteous Brothers. 'That' Alan Gordon > did say that he thought that "Whatever Happened To Happy" was > over-produced... Bill Reed: > ...I talked to Joe about these when I wrote my article about arranger > Nick DeCaro for the Japanese publication "Record Collectors" a few > years ago.... Speaking of Happy Happening: It happened for "The Mojo Men" in 1967 on Reprise #0617 - WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO HAPPY/MAKE YOU AT HOME...and the arranger was...Nick De Caro! (Producer: Lenny Waronker) Regards, Marty -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 15:48:39 -0700 (MST) From: That Alan Gordon Subject: Re: "Don't Give Up On Me" Andrew Jones wanted to know if the "Don't Give Up On Me" recorded by Solomon Burke is the same song as the Righteous Brothers one. To the best of my knowledge they are two different songs. Best, That alan -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 14:53:42 -0000 From: Mary Subject: Bobby Hatfield I have always loved Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield. Saw them with the Beatles in '64. Thanks to Bob Eubanks. I am sure Bobby and Dusty will make GREAT music together... Mary -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 09:54:03 +0000 (GMT Standard Time) From: Paul Woods Subject: Christmas Gift boxes One of the delights of buying "A Christmas Gift For You" when it first came out was the "gift box" cover - seeing all my favourite Spector artistes together, and in colour! (Until then most English fans had been restricted to black-and-white promo pics of the Crystals, Ronettes and so on - most record mags being stock b&w at that time.) Was it a genuine photoshoot, with all the artistes assembled together at the same time? Or was it a photographic mock-up? I don't recall seeing any outtakes from the photo session. Do any exist? Paul Woods -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 11:15:01 EST From: Bill George Subject: Re: When You Walk in the Room > When You Walk In The Room has been covered lots hasn't it? Searchers, > Del Shannon, Billy J Kramer, Paul Carrack......etc Yes, it certainly has been recorded by lots of artists, and even more artists play it live! The Jackie DeShannon Appreciation Society has compiled 27 versions of the song on a CD. You can check the website for a track listing: - Bill -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 11:29:08 EST From: Bill George Subject: Re: Whatever Happened to Happy If anyone is interested, I can also post Jackie DeShannon's version of "Whatever Happened To Happy" to musica when space permits. - Bill -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 19:16:14 -0000 From: S.J. Dibai Subject: Re: The Association - Collectors Choice Reissues Art: > I made a trip to my local Virgin Records Store and was surprised > to see that Collector's Choice had reissued several of the > Association's original LPs on CD. That's fantastic news! I think that a lot of the Association's best material was buried on their LPs. Their greatest hits were certainly commercial and well-produced, but the material was sometimes flimsy. The anthology that Rhino put out last year did include some of their better album cuts, but at the same time I think that much of what was included there was dispensable compared to tracks like "I'm The One," "Sometime," and "Dubuque Blues"--all of which were excluded. I'm glad to have a chance to get at least some of these tracks on CD for a reasonable price. Anyone who hasn't gone beyond their greatest hits or even the Rhino anthology should check out the Real Audio files at: (The Association Admiration Aggregation's website) to see just what I mean. S.J. Dibai -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 18:50:49 -0000 From: Martin Roberts Subject: Re: The Reflections and Barry Darvell I've had a few mails about the availability of the two CDs I 'reviewed' recently. They are both for sale on the Bear Family web site, unfortunately I could only find them by looking on the German language part of the site! A full track list is given along with label # etc, so armed with this info it should not prove too difficult to order either CD from the English site, or from your friendly local record importer. Check-out the Reflections CD here: and the Barry Darvell CD from this link: This is listed as out of stock but they have informed me that they will have stock very soon. Martin -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 02:03:20 -0500 From: Country Paul Subject: Checker & Diamonds; Jakes Holmes; Sandy Posey; Lesley gay; to Artie Wayne How far behind am I? Well, closing out October... David Coyle, re: Chubby Checker's "Twist," if you haven't heard it, find the original by Hank Ballard & The Midnighters from 1958. Checker's (backed by the Dreamlovers of "When We Get Married" fame) is a remarkable note-for-note copy, and his beat is a bit more martial than the slightly more rolling Ballard version. My nod goes to the original. As for the Diamonds, check their originals, i.e. "She Say" - even if it was a bit of a put-on, they were really rocking too. Annd I believe "The Stroll" was an original for them, too. Probably the last blast on Jake Holmes: I dug out the LP "The Above-Ground Sound of Jake Holmes" and polayed "Dazed and Confused." It's a good song with a great hook, interesting but not a smash in this form, in my opinion. Led Zep seriously "repurposed" it (to use contemporary circumlocution) but Holmes certainly wrote it. However, Holmes on the cover is short-haired and clean-cut; no wonder Zep distanced themselves from him. :-) Re: supposed originals: Can anyone play The Top Notes "Twist and Shout" or the Summits "Hanky Panky" to musica, please? You've got this collector curious! Thanks for the research, FredPoet. Patrick Rands' excellent review of the Sandy Posey CD deserves commendation. Jim Allio commented: > "Single Girl," while a sizeable hit, did not solidify the buzz Posey > enjoyed with the first hit because the image of the sleeping around > secretary just waiting for her looks to go was veiled sleazy and > didn't really connect with the primarily teenage females who bought > the first record. I was working in country radio at that time, Jim; "Born A Woman" crossed over from c&w, and Posey was marketed as a country artist. To the working class young women of the era, frustrated by seeing their better-educated sisters make the first feminist breakthrough, I believe Posey did reflect the reality of a lot of them. However, not being born a woman myself - just playing records for them - I could be wrong. More sociology, this time from Stuffed Animal: > So Lesley Gore, the Teen Queen of '60s Girlpop grew up to be a gay > woman. What effect will this revelation have on her longtime fans? Will > they turn against her? Will her classic albums and singles become more > or less collectible now? Thoughts, anyone? Ideally, why should it matter? It certainly doesn't to me. I wish her only happiness. Add to Al Q's Capitol list: Uptown, their soul subsid. (Bet someone mentioned this already...) Closing this note, Artie Wayne, my heart was breaking when I read your note to James Holvay. Hang in there, friend - you're one brave man. As John Sebastian wrote (must've been about you), “The magic’s in the music and the music’s in me.”So keep moving those fingers - I'll come hear you play, just say where and when! And here's where it gets left for tonight... Country Paul -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 11:32:21 -0800 (PST) From: Tom Taber Subject: Re: Questions 67, 68 AND Japanese--Posted to Musica! Clark Besch wrote: > ...I was blown away when I got this as a US Dj 45! Why would Columbia > make an English/Japanese Dj 45? Was anyone in the US going to play the > Japanese version?? With all the recent discussions of foreign language versions by "the original artists," I got to thinking how cool it would be if we could have 15 - 20 of these of big hits on cdrs, and those of us with an interest in getting "oldies" stations to think outside the box (tops' 'The Letter' and other overplayed songs) could offer copies to such stations to play on April Fools' Day next year... I'd sure like to pass something like this on to KB in Buffalo. I remember how cool the Chubby Checker song in German was that I once had on an LP. If anyone could help me with this, feel free to contact me off list. Tom Taber -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 12:49:11 -0700 (MST) From: That Alan Gordon Subject: Re: Classical pop - Della (not Dinah) Bill George wanted to know who was the artist who had a big hit with Puccini's "Musetta`s waltz". It was "Don't You Know" by the wonderful Della Reese. Best, That alan -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 20:08:30 -0000 From: Art Longmire Subject: Re: The Association - Collectors Choice Reissues Apparently Collector's Choice is releasing all the Association's LPs - as you say, that is great news for followers of this frequently outstanding group. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I almost picked up the Rhino anthology but in the end couldn't go for it because too many key tracks were omitted - another one that comes to mind is "The Nest" - great tune! I've been listening to "Birthday" by them and it's terrific to finally have a good version on CD - although I would have liked a few bonus tracks, like maybe a mono version of "Everything That Touches You", which the Japanese import included. But at last I finally have Jim Yester's "Rose Petals, Incense and a Kitten" on CD! Speaking of Collector's Choice, another CD I got this week was the Incredible String Band's "5000 Layers/Hangman's Beautiful Daughter" - a bit of a gamble since I had never heard anything by them, just figured I would like them - I was right, they are one of the outstanding mystical 60s bands. Art -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 22:17:51 -0500 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Celebs At Their Worst CDs The aforementioned "Celebrities At Their Worst" CD series can be purchased through Forced Exposure, at: They are a fairly reliable mail order distributor, located outside Boston. --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 21:12:57 -0000 From: Mike Dugo Subject: Poor CD Here's the track listing for Sound City's new "Help The Poor" CD. It's amazing how for years The Poor's music was generally unavailable, and now in a span of 6 weeks there are two CD collections by the group. Unfortunately, aside from the two reported live Esquires tracks, there are no differences between this and the Rev-Ola release. For completisits like me, however, I'll pick it up nonetheless. It would have been nice to have some the band's session work collected on one of the CDs, too. 1. Can't Stand To Be In Love With You 2. Look At Me 3. Hung Up On Losin' 4. Snow Man 5. Once Again 6. How Many Tears 7. She's Got The Time (She's Got The Changes) 8. Love Is Real 9. My Mind Goes High 10. Knowing You, Loving You 11. Feelin' Down 12. Come Back Baby 13. Study In Motion #1 14. Prophet 15. That's Why I'm Blue Mike Dugo -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 21:31:02 -0000 From: Julio Niņo Subject: Karina in musica Hi Everyone, Iīve played in musica Karinaīs "No está bien" (Hispavox EP HH17-290/ 1964), a version of Lesley Gore's "She's a fool". She was one of the proto-typical Spanish ye ye girls. The same year she recorded another charming version of a song by Barkan/Raleigh, " Hago malen quererte" (" Fool's Errand"). Nowadays, Karina is a regular in the romance (or gossip) magazines because of her sentimental relationships with men who look much more femenine than her. I hope you enjoy the song! Julio Niņo -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 25 Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 21:57:27 -0000 From: Alfie Noakes Subject: Re: Top Notes "Twist and Shout" I have a copy of The Top Notes original of "Twist and Shout" on the (German) Atlantic CD compilation of the same name. The album might be of interest to fellow Spectropoppers, comprising as it does, twelve early Spector productions by The Top Notes, Billy Storm, LaVern Baker, Ruth Brown and Jean Du Shon. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------

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