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Spectropop - Digest Number 2183

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There are 9 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: The Fuzz
           From: Ray 
      2. Re: Shadow Mann
           From: Phil X Milstein 
      3. "I love how you love me"
           From: Paul Rusling 
      4. Deano "Baby Let Me Be Your Baby"
           From: John Frederick Brown 
      5. Re: 15 minutes of fame ticking away
           From: Einar Einarsson Kvaran 
      6. Nino Tempo
           From: Randy Poe 
      7. "Where Angels Live" mystery disc in musica
           From: Jeff 
      8. A Claire Francis Production
           From: Eddy 
      9. Re: Shadow Mann
           From: Artie Wayne 

________________________________________________________________________ Message: 1 Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 00:03:22 -0000 From: Ray Subject: Re: The Fuzz Joann: > I have a boxed CD set that I purchased which contains the > song "I Love You For All Seasons", by the group The Fuzz. > I used to have the 45rpm record of this, and the flip side > was the same song only it was the instrumental version. > Does anyone know if the instrumental version is available > at all? Also, if anyone has information about "The Fuzz", > that is also appreciated. The Fuzz (Members Sheila Young, Barbara Gilliam And Val Williams) Calla 174 - I Love You For All Seasons / I Love You For All Seasons (Part 2) - 1970 Calla 177 - Like An Open Door / Leave It All Behind Me - 1971 Calla 179 - I'm So Glad / All About Love - 1971 (Some Copies Issued with Picture Sleeve) Calla 183 - Mr. Heartache And Miss Tears / Do Just What You Can - 1971 Lp's Calla SD 2001 - The Fuzz - 1971 Tracks: I Think I Got The Making Of A True Love Affair (Prelude) / I Think I Got The Making Of A True Love Affair / I'm So Glad (Prelude) / All About Love / It's All Over (Prelude) / It's All Over /// Like An Open Door / Search Your Mind / Leave It All Behind Me / Ohh Baby Baby / I Love You For All Seasons ray -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 19:35:00 -0500 From: Phil X Milstein Subject: Re: Shadow Mann Artie Wayne wrote: > Morris Levy's record company that released my "Shadow Mann" > album, wouldn't put a recognizable picture of me on the cover Is that what prompted the name "Shadow Mann"? --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 00:57:12 +0000 From: Paul Rusling Subject: "I love how you love me" Mark Maldwyn suggested that: > Paul & Barry Ryan had Paul and Barry Ryan had a version > (of "I Love How You Love Me") with a brass band There was no brass band on it, but there was a great guitarist, name of Jimmy Miller, playing a great fuzz or some contraption on the middle 8, as well as a Scots Piper wailing away in the intro and outro. This track really motors along, its long been one of my favourites since I first heard it as a 13 year old when it was a plug record on one of the North Sea pirate ships (Swinging Radio England, a station owned by a Texan called Don Pierson. So it must have been Summer 66.) Every time I read this forum i end up digging someone out of my collection - I love it! Paul Rusling -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 02:12:12 -0000 From: John Frederick Brown Subject: Deano "Baby Let Me Be Your Baby" Just when I think I've sent "Deano" the correct info on "Please, Don't Talk To The Lifequard" and just when I sent her mp3 copies of Diane Ray and Andrea Carroll versions of the song and just after I inform her that her uk Columbia release of "Lifeguard" was the last of the three and that - it wasn't really her song - I find a Patti Jerome copy of "Baby, Let Me Be Your Baby". Anybody know the dates. It looks like "Deano's" entire musical career may have been uk covers of American hits and that history may be very well repeating itself. Appreciate any info jfb -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006 20:26:34 -0800 (PST) From: Einar Einarsson Kvaran Subject: Re: 15 minutes of fame ticking away Ronnie - your story, and the 45 probably IS worth the $100. Einar -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006 17:51:54 -0800 (PST) From: Randy Poe Subject: Nino Tempo Anna S wrote: > Thanks for the update on Nino Tempo. Since you are a friend > of his, please let him know that he still has many fans who > appreciate his years of work in the music business-- I got a call from Nino today. I wished him a belated 71st birthday (which is really unbelievable. He looks more like 51). I took the opportunity to read him your beautifully-written tribute. He was clearly very touched. He told me it was really nice to know he's still remembered by so many, even though quite a few of them are now remembering Stan Getz instead. Randy Poe -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 05:13:32 -0000 From: Jeff Subject: "Where Angels Live" mystery disc in musica Previously: > Well spotted and well grabbed, that man. What a find! I > love it! Granted, we're only a few days into it, but > "Where Angels Live" is the best thing I've heard all year! > Imagine, if you will, the song performed by Miss Lily > Banquette in a deleted scene from Grace Of My Heart. Alas, > that footage exists only in my mind. I agree with Mick, this is some kind of amazing production. Obviously a lot of effort went into it. Tons of atmosphere. If someone knew how to clean it up, it would be a major girl group classic in my opinion. While on the topic of mysterious songs referring to Angels, can anyone help me identify a song from circa 1968, with the lyrics: "I can hear a crying angel sing, She is crying for the sadness Tomorrow's sins may bring." It is British, and a mixed group of male and female voices, definite not a girl group sound, more in the folkie vein. I have not heard it since the time, but the lyrics come back to haunt me occasionally, and I would love to identify it and track it down. Jeff -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 15:27:07 +0100 From: Eddy Subject: A Claire Francis Production As usual, it is my extremely great pleasure to announce the presence in musica of two more Claire Francis productions. Details : UK Bonds - Polydor 56112 (1966) Anything you do is alright c/w The last thing I ever do Both sides produced by Claire Francis. I already had the first UK Bonds 45 and only assumed this one would also have been A Claire Francis Production, just because it fit the timeframe. Now that can be backed up with hard evidence. The A-side is a typical Swinging 60s song, whereas the B-side... let's just say, is there too... If you wanna check out the labels, they're at And since we're on the subject of Claire... if you can add anything to that discography...please do ! Eddy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 03:28:35 -0800 (PST) From: Artie Wayne Subject: Re: Shadow Mann I wrote: > Morris Levy's record company that released my > "Shadow Mann" album, wouldn't put a recognizable > picture of me on the cover Phil M: > Is that what prompted the name "Shadow Mann"? Phil...actually, Shadow Mann meant someone who was behind the scene. regards, Artie -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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