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Spectropop - Digest Number 1420



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There are 9 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Joe London? (Green-Kane-Salmirs)
           From: Andrew C. Jones 
      2. Barbara Harris
           From: Gary Myers 
      3. Re: the death of Shindig
           From: Karen Andrew 
      4. Re: The Tee Set
           From: Jan Kristen Kristensen 
      5. Re: The Tee Set
           From: Eddy Smit 
      6. Johnny does Sloan / Moog Montenegro / Top 40 Dinning
           From: Clark Besch 
      7. Re: The Portraits
           From: Gary Myers 
      8. Re: Chubby's checkered ego
           From: Phil X. Milstein 
      9. Re: UK Oriole
           From: Michael Fishberg 


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Message: 1 Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 23:00:01 -0500 (EST) From: Andrew C. Jones Subject: Re: Joe London? (Green-Kane-Salmirs) Gary Myers: I don't know anything about Joe London, but I can tell you something about the three songwriters you mentioned. Last year, I sent this group a message asking about a single I'd had for a long time (and still have), "Drums" b/w "The Magic Ring" by Kenny Chandler. "The Magic Ring" was written by Green-Kane-Salmirs and published by Trio Music Co., Inc. (BMI). -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 21:07:57 -0800 From: Gary Myers Subject: Barbara Harris A good friend in NY just sent me this and I thought others might enjoy it: "I played a small show last week and backed up a singer, Barbara Harris, who was the lead singer for the Toys (A Lover's Concerto). Still sings better than great -- blew me away!" gem -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 21:31:48 -0800 (PST) From: Karen Andrew Subject: Re: the death of Shindig I remember all of those rock and roll shows. I also remember hurrying home from school to see Where the Action Is with Paul Revere and the Raiders, etc. Great days! Hate to sound like my parents, but those were the Good Ole Days! We didn't need MTV in the sixties! KA -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 08:21:48 +0200 From: Jan Kristen Kristensen Subject: Re: The Tee Set Matt Howell wrote: > I was hoping someone out there might have the collection by The Tee > Set called "The Tee Set: Golden Classics" that Collectables put out. If > any of you do, I would greatly appreciate if you could tell me who has > the songwriting credit for "Since I Lost Your Love." ... It was originally recorded by The Quivers and released on the Triola label. The Quivers was a Norwegian instrumental combo - what we called a Shadow Band - two guitars, bass and drums. There's a CD of their material, mostly Norwegian melodies on Triola. Triola was a Norwegian label. The CD can be purchased from Cruisin Records. http://www.cruisin.no/infoRecords/info.php?record=E020 DJ Crafty Cream Jan K -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 09:12:34 +0200 From: Eddy Smit Subject: Re: The Tee Set Matt Howell wrote: > I was hoping someone out there might have the collection by The Tee > Set called "The Tee Set: Golden Classics" that Collectables put out. If > any of you do, I would greatly appreciate if you could tell me who has > the songwriting credit for "Since I Lost Your Love." Here's a link where you can hear a sample of the Tee Set song: http://entertainment.msn.com/album/?album=271739 Eddy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 07:40:18 -0000 From: Clark Besch Subject: Johnny does Sloan / Moog Montenegro / Top 40 Dinning Thanks to Mike McKay for posting the two PF Sloan songs to musica. When "Baby ..." came on, I thought I was listening to PF Sloan's piano intro from his demo! Johnny's vocal performance is just as expected: great! I will always prefer Phil Sloan's version, but it is great to have Johnny's. Laura Pinto wrote: > As a tribute to Ron Dante, who sings the "Happy Together" spot, > I went to my local Applebees last night for some of that steak > and shrimp. Delicious! I highly recommend the teriyaki steak/ > coconut shrimp combo. All eating aside, does anyone remember Hugo Montenegro's "Happy Together"? If you don't, don't think it's like "Good, Bad, Ugly" with the grunts and all. This was one of my first Moog synthesiser records. I received my DJ copy in late June, 1969. For some reason I can't find it now, but I remember this instrumental sounding very experimental, and may have been one of the first 45 A-sides using the Moog to such extent. Another first for "That" Alan Gordon? I kinda liked it to some extent. I know the song went top 10 in some markets, 'cause I have at least one chart with it #5. Good ole Hugo went to #11 here in Lincoln in Feb. '69 with his version of "Good Vibrations". I have a later (1970?) vocal version of "Lay Lady Lay" by Hugo from the LP "Dawn of Dylan"! If you weren't impressed with the "Hollies Do Dylan", you definitely won't be impressed by Hugo! I heard the Turtles' version (not any of the vocal part, just the instrumental parts) used in a commercial during CBS' "Sunday Morning" show this past Sunday. The legend lives on! I guess no one will ever have to ask That Alan Gordon, "What Ever Happened to Happy?" :) previously: > Are Dick & Deedee the backup singers on Mark Dinning's "Top 40, > News, Weather and Sports"? Sorry, I cannot answer your question, but what a great record that is! It was a hit everywhere but on the Hot 100! They had to pull copies and change the lyrics, but I really don't think many stations quit playing it because of the death of Lu Mumba. I have a tape my brother made off KOMA in Oklahoma City when the song was out, and the DJ says "It's number 3 whether the line is in there or not!". Too bad our kids of today can't have homework problems like Mark had in 1960. By the way, "Top 40 ..." is slated for an upcoming Eric records comp on CD!! Can't wait! Take care, Clark -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 11:12:10 -0800 From: Gary Myers Subject: Re: The Portraits > Have you got "Runaround Girl" on file? I have it only on vinyl and cassette, and I do not have capabilities for MP3 or CD burning. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 07:32:20 -0800 (PST) From: Phil X. Milstein Subject: Re: Chubby's checkered ego Simon White wrote: > But I remember as a 5 year old twisting madly at family parties To > "Lets Twist Again" and the record became part of the soundtrack of my > life and I have distinct memories of telling my school teachers about > my cousin Sandra's "twist dress" because the Twist was the pre Beatles > phenomenon of my early musical years. Never mind Chubby Checker, Simon -- let's hear more about your cousin Sandra's "twist dress"! > And yes I know Hank Ballard recorded "The Twist" first - that one is > always trotted out - but he stole the melody. Perhaps so, but the way I heard the story he stole it from his own song. > And at the Spectropop party last weekend I purchased from Mr Malcolm > Baumgart "Hey You! Little Boogaloo" having acquired the previous week > "Karate Monkey" and two more JOYFUL records you would be hard pushed > to find. I love Chubby's singing style. It is full of joy and life and > fun and everything. My own ChubCheck faverave is "The Fly," which if my ears don't deceive me uses an electric shaver to simulate the sound of a buzzing insect. > Chubby's ego? Let him have his ego! The rock press don't give him > much else. It's all part of the act! I forget who among us suggested it first, but it makes sense to me that Chubby's "I deserve the Nobel Peace Prize"act is mere pro-wrestling schtick designed to promote his live appearances. After all, he can't be THAT delusional ... can he? --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 12:19:30 -0800 (PST) From: Michael Fishberg Subject: Re: UK Oriole The person who WOULD know the most about this is Paul at Firebird Records, who has a stall just off Portobello Road market on Saturdays. He is a maven on this label, and will tell you the history of its foundation too. Especially interesting is the name, which was a variation of the name of R.E. Levy -- R.E.L. ... Oriole, geddit? Michael Fishberg -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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