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Spectropop - Digest Number 1785



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There are 6 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Who Killed Teddy Bear . . . and the b-side
           From: Amber 
      2. Re: Warner-Spector / Jeri Bo Keno
           From: Martin Jensen 
      3. Re: Jacqueline Taieb
           From: Frank 
      4. Re: France Gall
           From: Dave Monroe 
      5. Joe Dassin "Excuse Me Lady"
           From: Dave Monroe 
      6. Re: A Whiter Shade Of Pale
           From: Lex Cody 


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Message: 1 Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 16:12:12 -0000 From: Amber Subject: Re: Who Killed Teddy Bear . . . and the b-side Claire Francis: > I don't think that song was ever posted to Musica, but if it > gets there, I hope you enjoy it. It's a sweet story about a > girl who gets her heart broken, and her Mother telling her > daughter "Some someday you'll see him again my child"....which > is exactly what happened in my case. My website tells it all!! Darling Claire, Phew, just back from the airport with enough time to upload "Some Someday" by Mikki Young to musica before my next psychotherapy session. They're compulsory. Gawd, anyone would think I was unbalanced, or something. The link: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/spectropop/files/musica/ Claire, didn't I bump into you at the Purple Pussycat, down in the Village, during one of my New York jaunts in 1964? You were trying to teach Tiny Tim how to do The Slop, I recall. Julio on cat-spanking: > Some months ago I couldn't get out of my head her beautiful > "Faut-it que je t'aime" (Vidalin-Datin), I used to hum it to > my cat, while I was spanking him. He loved it. These last days > I spank him to the rhythm of Marcie Blane "The Hurtin' Kind". Just as we all suspected, a euphemism. Chao, AvT xxx http://www.spectropop.com/recommends/index2004.htm#DorisDay -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Mon, 03 Jan 2005 08:18:58 -0000 From: Martin Jensen Subject: Re: Warner-Spector / Jeri Bo Keno Rick Hough wrote: > 0406 was slated to be Jeri Bo Keno - Here It Comes (Spector/Barry) / > I Don't Know Why (Spector / Tempo) Both arr. Nino Tempo... Some swear > promos were sent out, but I've yet to see one. It was released in the > UK as PSI 2010 001. Has anyone here ever heard I Don't Know Why? If so, was it as elaborate and catchy as Here It Comes, or just another throwaway B-side in the typical Spector fashion? Do tell. :-) with regards Martin, Denmark -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Mon, 03 Jan 2005 12:09:23 +0100 From: Frank Subject: Re: Jacqueline Taieb Lyn Nuttall: > I just acquired a gloriously screwy song by Jacqueline Taieb > called "7 heures du matin" (1967)... Any other enthusiasts here? I doubt you'll find many other enthusiasts. She was one of the zillion singers that suddenly popped up during the big "yy" period. As far as I remember she never had a real bona fide hit but was not totally unknown either. Frank -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 03:41:33 -0800 (PST) From: Dave Monroe Subject: Re: France Gall John H wrote: > I've loved France Gall's 60s stuff for a few years now, but there > seems to have been a period between those and her Michel Berger > stuff that I can't locate anywhere. Among the singles from this > time was "Zoi Zoi," and I've heard such great things about it that > I can't wait to hear it. Is it on any currently-in-print > compilations? The Sexologie comp is out of print, but there's one called Dingo that might yet be available. I got it on both CD and LP from Dusty Groove America http://www.dustygroove.com/ which is typically a good source for at least reissued French material here. But there's also a nice Jazzman reissue 45 out as well. Again, try DGA, if not Jazzman itself. There's also a cover on a Japanese comp called Cuties. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 03:21:31 -0800 (PST) From: Dave Monroe Subject: Joe Dassin "Excuse Me Lady" Artie Wayne wrote: > Bon Jour, Comme sa va? Speaking of French covers, > does anyone have a copy of "Excuse me Lady" by Joe > Dassin, which I wrote?. It got to #3 on the French > Charts in 1967. It was a cover of "Excuse me Baby" > by the Magic Lanterns top ten UK hit. Merci. It's been a while, so I had to look up EP sleeves: http://www.joedassin.info/en/disc28.html ... but, yeah, I actually have this one. But I might never have even listened to it (I have little boxes of French 45s/EPs that I haven't necessarily listened to). But at least I know roughly where this one is . -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 03:06:01 -0800 (PST) From: Lex Cody Subject: Re: A Whiter Shade Of Pale Richard Havers wrote: > Does anyone happen to know the precise date that Procol Harum > recorded A Whiter Shade of Pale? I am pretty sure it was early > April 1967. Richard look here: http://www.procolharum.com/awsop.htm That will answer everything you want to know about that song, abandoned lyrics, etc. Lex -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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