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Spectropop - Digest Number 1849



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There are 2 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Sound Judgment - Happy Without You
           From: Margaret G Still 
      2. Re: Denny Reed
           From: Stephen C. Propes 


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Message: 1 Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 02:44:52 -0000 From: Margaret G Still Subject: Re: Sound Judgment - Happy Without You Lyn Nuttall wrote: > This is a single from '68 on Kapp, #914. If anyone has this 45 and > can read the writing credits on the label, I'd be fascinated to > know if they mention Kenny Laguna and Shelley Pinz, the writers of > 'Green Tambourine'. (I've seen the group name as The Sound Judgement) Here's the info from my promo copy of that 45 by THE SOUND JUDGMENT (spelled this way on the 45): KAPP K-914 HAPPY WITHOUT YOU (Laguna-Pinz) b/w BABY IT'S YOU (David-Bacharach-Williams) A Joe Renzetti Production I can e-mail you a label shot if you'd like. Best, Margaret G. Still -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 01:04:52 -0000 From: Stephen C. Propes Subject: Re: Denny Reed Great, Denny Reed... which brings to mind a weird story that involved a Denny Reed concert. The date: 1960. The place: Long Beach, CA. The situation: a broke teenager, namely me. A promoter by the name of Bob Price found out about my situation and offered me a gig. He had a room full of Denny Reed posters for a concert - I forget where - and my job would be to drive up Central Ave. into darkest L.A. and talk shopowners into putting these posters into their windows...and my pay would be...I forget...but it must have been very little. But being broke, I still turned it down, too little $$ for too much work. But the name Denny Reed always brings to mind that room full'a posters. And I think that since then, Bob Price has become a big shot music atty. BTW, it wasn't a complete waste, as Price had a collection of 45s, and he "loaned" me a rare Bo Diddley, I think it was "Before You Accuse Me," and it still rests in my collection. Don't tell Bob. But do say hi to Denny for me. Steve -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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