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Spectropop - Digest Number 2081

               SPECTROPOP - Spectacular! Retro! Pop!

There are 16 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Stones and P&G; Susan & the Cowsills
           From: Country Paul 
      2. Re: The Mosaics
           From: Kingsley Abbott 
      3. Re: The Treasures
           From: Clark Besch 
      4. "Night Train To Nashville" Part 2
           From: Willie C 
      5. DC5 into RNR Hall of Fame?
           From: Clark Besch 
      6. Goldstar Studios
           From: Mike Dugo 
      7. Re: Goldstar Studios
           From: Max Weiner 
      8. Re: DC5 into RNR Hall of Fame?
           From: Robert Pingel 
      9. Re: Discography Websites
           From: Various 
     10. Harbingers query
           From: Hugo M. 
     11. Re: Hunter Hancock
           From: Andrew C Jones 
     12. Pete Best docu, Mr. Zimmerman and a heart broken
           From: Chris Ponti 
     13. Re: Teddy Vann discography
           From: Hasse Huss 
     14. Re: Columbia Hall of Fame and Epic's Memory Lane singles
           From: Paul Urbahns 
     15. An Appointment With The Dentists
           From: Joe Foster 
     16. Re: Cruisin' series
           From: Phil X Milstein 

Message: 1 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 09:55:51 -0400 From: Country Paul Subject: Re: Stones and P&G; Susan & the Cowsills Richard Havers wrote: > I have posted the Rice Krispies ad to musica, along with another > by Peter & Gordon for Macleans Toothpaste. Peter & Gordon's track is typical P&G, but that Stones track rocks! (Almost makes me want a bowl of ths stuff right now....) And thank you and Curly for all that background info. Phil M., thank you for posting the Susan Cowsill story. I have "Just Believe It," and have raved about it here in the recent past. The title song is a total gem, and it's impressive that she is able to maintain her optimism. The family in general seems to have had a tough go of it over the years, and I wish them luck, healing and happiness. Has Barry Cowsill been found yet? (If that news was posted within the last week, I'm not caught up to that yet.) Country Paul (still behind, but working on it) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 2 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 12:49:56 +0100 From: Kingsley Abbott Subject: Re: The Mosaics Sean asked: > So you definetely think they are English, not American? Yes -- for sure, and I'm almost certain they weren't to do with Mood Mosaic, unless there was an individual in common, but agaIn I'm pretty sure not. Other good Brit drag songs to look out for: The Majority: Shut 'Em Down In London Town Episode Six: Mighty Morris Ten Kingsley -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 3 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 14:46:06 -0000 From: Clark Besch Subject: Re: The Treasures Max Weiner wrote: > And I was also wondering if anyone was able to come up with an > answer about my question concerning the Phil Spector produced > "Hold me Tight", by the Treasures. My question was, when and if > it ever charted, and what position it held on the charts. I had > asked if it was an LA local hit on KFWB, as I don't recall > hearing it in the Chicago area on either WLS or WCFL. Hi Max, I checked WLS and KFWB charts and no Treasures to be found! WCFL was not top 40 at the time. Sorry, Clark -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 4 Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 23:01:00 +0000 From: Willie C Subject: "Night Train To Nashville" Part 2 This just in from Buzz Cason: Don't miss Buzz Cason and The Originators ~Randy Layne, Milton Cavendar, Marshall Pearson~ Saturday, Oct. 1st Noon at the Ford Theatre Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum 222 Fifth Ave. S. Nashville Concert is free! Join us as we kick off a day of celebrating the release of "NIGHT TRAIN TO NASHVILLE" Music City Rhythm and Blues 1945 - 1970 Vol. Two CMF on Lost Highway Records If you call the office at 383-8682, I will arrange for a complimentary ticket for that day to the "Night Train To Nashville" exhibit. Be our guests! The exhibit closes 12-31-05!!! Our thanks to the Hall of Fame for inviting us to be a part of this exciting event. Original Nashville Rhythm and Blues artists will perform all afternoon at the theatre. Don't miss it!! Rock on! Buzz -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 5 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 15:19:58 -0000 From: Clark Besch Subject: DC5 into RNR Hall of Fame? Can it be? I just read where the Dave Clark 5 is on the ballot for induction into the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame? How amazing is that? Ever since the beginning, the Hall has steered clear of such nonsense. Why now has the Hall came to there senses with a group that epitomizes what is great about rock 'n roll--high energy music combined with RNB in a 2 minute powderkeg. Have I been watching the Dylan documentary too close and now feel the need to look deeper into such things? Is it that Mike Smith has had such a tragic accident that they feel now that it is time? It's just wierd! I guess my thoughts of changing the Hall into the "Rock n Roll Museum" should be re-looked at??......NAW! Justin Hayward, beware of ladders. Clark PS. Might seem this doesn't belong on S'Pop, but Phil S himself hosted the DC5 on both a TV show and special in which he lawded their greatness--deserved or not. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 6 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 12:18:34 -0700 (PDT) From: Mike Dugo Subject: Goldstar Studios Max Weiner wrote: > Has anyone ever gotten a response from the GoldStar Studios > Website concerning when they were going to be selling any of > their memorabilia? I actually got an e-mail once from them > saying it would be soon, but that was close to a year ago, (or > so it seems). I wasn't aware Goldstar had a website, and couldn't locate it via Google. What is the URL? Thanks. Mike -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 7 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 12:39:53 -0700 (PDT) From: Max Weiner Subject: Re: Goldstar Studios Mike Dugo wrote: > I wasn't aware Goldstar had a website, and couldn't locate > it via Google. What is the URL? Thanks. Mike; Here you go, my freind; max -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 8 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 14:03:44 -0700 (PDT) From: Robert Pingel Subject: Re: DC5 into RNR Hall of Fame? Back in the 60's the DC5 (albeit very popular) were the Rodney Dangerfields of pop music. They were swept in on the coattails of the Beatles, and even their most ardent fans knew which of these groups ruled the roost. Unfortunately their reputation was diminished because they didn't happen to be as good as the greatest band that ever lived. At the same time, it seemed that the unwritten consensus was that they were definitely Number 2 in the hierarchy (at least initially), and then Number 3 after the Rolling Stones got rolling. For the non-believers out there, I ask, what's not to like? These blokes could rock (Glad All Over), headbang (Bits and Pieces), write ballads with endless killer hooks (Because; Everybody Knows), and give fresh interpretations of old favorites (Do You Love Me; Reelin' & Rockin'; Over and Over). Their only perceivable deadly sin was that they didn't get all relevant and record a concept album like the Kinks, or pay tribute to old bluesmen like the Animals. I say, "let em in". Rob Pingel -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 9 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 17:23:45 EDT From: Various Subject: Re: Discography Websites Country Paul wrote: > Anyone else know of amazing labor-of-love reference sites like > [the discography sites I mentioned]? Two off the top of my head: Both Sides Now Publications Album Discographies, with pictures and histories: Soulful Kinda Music Label Discographies: Enjoy, S.J. Dibai ------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm not sure how relevant this site will be to Spectropop. It's entitled "Rockin' Country Style" and is a discography of Country Rock And Roll Records and Related Records from 1951-1964. I think it sometimes may list only those genres, but they have a ton of labels listed: ( Bgas ------------------------------------------------------------------- Find a very cool Screamin' Jay Hawkins 45s discography at: Now let the feast of the mau-mau begin! --Phil M. ------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 10 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 04:48:39 -0000 From: Hugo M. Subject: Harbingers query The Harbingers, loovly Byrds-like folk-rock group on Columbia, never been mentioned in the S.pop archives -- maybe if I throw the name out, someone will have info or reminiscences to share. According to , they put out 4 45.s Come Into My World/Down Around The River COLUMBIA 44290 67 It's Time That You Settled Down/Tompkins Square COLUMBIA 44417 68 April Come She Will/Bridge (The) COLUMBIA 44490 68 Can't Express My Love For You/Why Does It Have To Change COLUMBIA 44560 68 Does anyone know of others? What I'm trying to track down is a "protest song", criticizing the anti-war movement. None of these titles seem to be exactly 'it', so if anyone could set me on the right track, I'd be mos' grateful, yes I would. Papa Oom Mow Mow -- Hugo M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 11 Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 23:29:16 -0400 From: Andrew C Jones Subject: Re: Hunter Hancock There's also an article about Hancock at , but it may be much the same as the Doo-Wop Association article. I have the "Cruisin' 1959" album which features Hancock in action, and I'd like to hear more of him. ACJ "Optimism works. It is more useful than pessimism." - E.Y. Harburg U.P. Grooves!: or -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 12 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 04:14:41 -0000 From: Chris Ponti Subject: Pete Best docu, Mr. Zimmerman and a heart broken The heart that was broken was my own watching the Pete Best PBS documentary. It shed a funny kind of light on Scorsese's Dylan piece. I had spent Sunday at a tribute for a much-loved man, John Herald of The Greenbriar Boys. By Washington Square Arch, many of his old cronies celebrated his life in music. It continued into the night at a club in the Lower East Side. That night of bluegrass led into two nights of watching the Dylan docu, followed tonight by an amazing examination of Pete Best and his history with The Beatles. This all made me think about the man versus the work. Bereft of the weight of his body of work, it would be hard to cite one person in the Dylan piece who had much positive to say about Dylan the human being. He stole records, he used any leg up he could and never reciprocated when fortune found him. I knew Dylan in the Village and he was not someone who inspired affection among people he knew, either in the folk or pop worlds. I guess the upshot of my thinking was how Best (impoverished though his accomplishments are) came off versus the way Dylan did. Best, though he can be viewed as the biggest loser of our era, at least in the world of music, came off so much more sympathetically than Mr. Zimmerman. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 13 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 01:46:04 -0700 (PDT) From: Hasse Huss Subject: Re: Teddy Vann discography Will Stos asked: > Was "The Jet Set" by the Jet Set also done by Teddy Vann? Yes, it was. Teddy Vann is listed as the producer of 'The Jet Set' (Blaine 4000), the first release on Jerry Blaine's (Jubilee, Josie) eponymous label in 1965. Composers are Teddy Vann and Fred Williams, the same credits incidentally as for Freddy Williams & The Shindigs' 'Let's Shindig' on Zizz 0001. The Jet Set flip, by the way, is 'Swing, Swing Jet', another throwaway instrumental, though it uses a different backing track. Hasse Huss -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 14 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 09:22:05 -0400 From: Paul Urbahns Subject: Re: Columbia Hall of Fame and Epic's Memory Lane singles Al Quaglieri wrote: > Here's a brief history of Columbia's "Hall Of Fame" and Epic's > "Memory Lane" reissue 45's. Thanks to Al Quaglieri for the brief history lesson. I am sure most of us have at least one, and many times more than one of these singles in our collections. One thing I always liked about these series is all the reissue singles I have found were the real hit versions from the actual single release. There may be exceptions in quality control, but I have not seen them issue a weak album track as a Hall Of Fame or Memory Lane single. I read in an online Barbra Streisand discography that stated the reissue singles in this series was the only place to get many of her hits in their original form (other than the original single), as the CD reissues use album tracks. I would venture this is true with many artists. In some cases it is just EQ different betweeen the hit single and album version, but sometimes it is edits, a different mix and reusing passages, or instrumentation. Too bad Columbia (excuse me, "Sony") doesn't issue a series of CDs made from the original singles masters used in this series. Paul Urbahns Radcliff, KY -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 15 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 12:14:15 +0100 From: Joe Foster Subject: An Appointment With The Dentists To celebrate Rev-Ola's 20th anniversary deluxe CD reissue of The Dentists' Some People Are On The Pitch They Think It's All Over It Is Now album, Cherry Red, in conjunction with the band, invite you to An Appointment With The Dentists! on Monday October 10th 2005 at The Heavenly Social 5 Little Portland Street London W1 The fun starts at around 7:00-7:30 but if you fancy coming along earlier, some of us will be whetting our whistle just round the corner in The Champion, 13 Wells Street, London W1 DJs include Andy Morten (Rev-Ola/Shindig!), Doug Shipton (Cherry Red/Delay 68/Finders Keepers) and The Dentists themselves with a couple of as yet unconfirmed special guests spinning a mixture of contemporary mid 80s indie pop, 70s punk and new wave, 60s pop, garage and psychedelia. See you there! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- Message: 16 Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 12:40:11 -0400 From: Phil X Milstein Subject: Re: Cruisin' series Andrew C. Jones wrote: > I have the "Cruisin' 1959" album which features Hancock in action, > and I'd like to hear more of him. The patter for that series were re-creations, were they not? The text on that H.H. page implies his was from an authentic aircheck, but the couple I have sure sound re-done, plus it seems to make more sense that they would be. --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]------------------- SPECTROPOP features: End

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