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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
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There are 19 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Bernadette Peters
           From: james botticelli 
      2. The Prodigy meet Sagittarius
           From: David Ponak 
      3. STEREO SHANGRI-LAS
           From: mick patrick 
      4. Re: Castle Pulse CD Box Set
           From: james botticelli 
      5. Cd booklets
           From: Will Stos 
      6. PEANUT & RONNIE
           From: mick patrick 
      7. Avon ladies, more labels
           From: Paul Payton 
      8. Re: THE FOUR CAL-QUETTES
           From: Mike Rashkow 
      9. New at musica
           From: Spectropop Admin Team 
     10. Re: Castle Pulse CD Box Set
           From: Mike Rashkow 
     11. Valerie, Elaine and Ray Avon
           From: Norman 
     12. RE: Cd booklets
           From: David Parkinson 
     13. Swan records and "Rising Sons"
           From: thomas taber 
     14. THE BERNADETTES
           From: mick patrick 
     15. Can Anyone Identify This.....
           From: Jeffrey Glenn 
     16. Re: Cd booklets
           From: james botticelli 
     17. Re: Swan records and "Rising Sons"
           From: Dan Hughes 
     18. The Liquid Room 4/21/02 & 4/28/02
           From: David Ponak 
     19. Re: The Liquid Room 4/21/02 & 4/28/02
           From: james botticelli 


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Message: 1
   Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 15:12:33 -0400
   From: james botticelli 
Subject: Re: Bernadette Peters

Peter Lerner wrote:
> I'd like to know more about Bernadette. Is she still recording?
> What have I missed?

I don't have a whole lot to add, but I have seen her on PBS 
"special" shows when they do the Beg-A-Thon and wanna tear at 
Boomers' heart strings. Still though, a fine singer at last 
sighting - perhaps 6 months ago - and I did have the pleasure of 
seeing a Univ of Arizona student production of "Dames At Sea" back 
in '79 which prompted me to get the soundtrack, a goodie if you 
have Broadway Soundtrack Tolerance. Didn't she do "Party Girl" for 
Laurie?
-- 

Jimmy Botticelli
Taking The E-Z...Way Out!



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Message: 2 Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 17:23:00 -0400 From: David Ponak Subject: The Prodigy meet Sagittarius A funny thing happened last night at the Coachella Music & Arts festival out in Indio, California. I was watching UK techno band The Prodigy perform, and I noticed that one of their new songs contained a significant sample of the keyboard intro from "My World Fell Down" by Sagittarius. How odd is that????? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 00:40:35 +0100 (BST) From: mick patrick Subject: STEREO SHANGRI-LAS Hello, I wrote: > For all I care, "Leader Of The Pack" might be available on > one hundred and six other CDs but the (new CHAPEL OF LOVE 3CD > box set) sees the first ever UK release of the stereo version > of this track. As for the other 59 tracks, YES, they are all > 'the original recordings by the original artists', just like it > says on the front of the box. Billy G. Spradlin replied: > I'm wondering if this is the original stereo mix that has appeared > on many oldies LP's over the years and has the line " One day my > dad said, "Find someone new"..." inexplicably edited out? GAG! No it flippin' is not, young Billy. I spit on that butchered version. > or the ADD remix that was on Taragon's "The Very Best of Red Bird/ > Blue Cat Records" CD? And no, it's not that version either. Guess again. Maybe someone less personally involved in this box set can answer the "which version" question in more detail. Personally, I prefer mono. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 15:06:36 -0400 From: james botticelli Subject: Re: Castle Pulse CD Box Set Billy G Spradlin wrote: > "The Very Best of Red Bird/Blue Cat Records" CD I want this so bad I can taste it - the feathers are a little dusty though. I'd be happy to trade off-list..anyone? -- Jimmy Botticelli Taking The E-Z...Way Out! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 13:02:12 -0400 From: Will Stos Subject: Cd booklets Mick Patrick exclaimed: > Gee, someone who actually READS CD booklets. > Will, I think I love you. Not to suck up too much, but sometimes I buy cds just to get my hands on the liner notes. I can't tell you how many repeats of songs I have on compilations, and the dozens of "Best of" comps I have on the Shangri-Las, Chiffons, Supremes, Marvelettes, etc., just to see if any new info is waiting for me on the inside (or photos I haven't seen either). Nothing disappoints me more than finding just a track listing. If I only have enough money for one cd and I have a pile I want, I'll usually look to the side of the case to count the number of pages in the booklet or to see if it has staples. Am I the only one who does this, or is there anyone else who does this when cd shopping? I stayed away from the RPM collections for years because it had a fold-up booklet that didn't look like it had much info. This might sound crazy, but a lot of times a group or solo singer "sounds" better when you have your imagination in tune to what their story is before you hear their music. For example, when I first heard songs by the Shangri-Las, I thought they were cool. But once I started learning about how young they were, how they were screwed by various producers and corporate types, and heard about the fun they had at recording sessions, it just brought the music to life. Call me crazy, Will -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 09:39:35 +0100 (BST) From: mick patrick Subject: PEANUT & RONNIE > Original message from Mark Wirtz: > Mick, you might be able to solve this mystery. There was one more > single I produced with Peanut after "I Didn't Love Him Anyway". > For some reason, I cannot remember the title, except that the > A-side song was written by Peanut's then manager Valerie Avon > (formerly of The Avons) and had the word "home" or "house" in it, > and that the recording had an all-star stellar cast of background > singers...I cannot find the single in my collection, and I never > hear it mentioned. Any clues? Hi, Well, Mark, I reckon the mystery PEANUT 45 was probably never released. However, our friend Martin... you know, the one who hates the Four Cal-Quettes but has all of their records anyway :-) ...has suggested to me that the disc you're thinking of could well be VALERIE AVON's single "To Be Let" b/w "He Knows I Love Him Too Much", issued on Columbia DB 8201 in 1967. Ring a bell? Anyway, I have a bit of a penchant for backing singers, so tell us who the stellar crew were on that session. Oh, do! And while I'm on the subject of Peanut, here are some more CDs which contain tracks by her. "Thank Goodness For The Rain" is featured on the CD "Autumn Almanac - Ripples Vol 3" (Sequel NEMCD 454) and her version of Bonnie & the Treasures' "Home Of The Brave" can be found on "Dream Time - Ripples Vol 2" (Sequel NEMCD 427). It seems to me that the entire "Ripples" series was tailor made for Spectropop types, so perhaps I'm preaching to the converted. WARNING! THE ABOVE PRODUCTS CONTAIN PEANUT :-) And talking of "Home Of The Brave"...some friends and I happened to meet RONNIE SPECTOR back in the late-1970s and we asked her if she ever recorded the song. Back then, some (deaf!) people still thought that Ronnie WAS Bonnie of Bonnie & the Treasures. She answered immediately with words to the effect of, "Oh, sure. But that's not me singing the version you've heard". Has anyone since heard Ronnie's version, perhaps from an acetate? We also asked Ronnie to confirm for us that she sang lead on "THE TWIST" and "HOT PASTRAMI" from the Philles LP "The Crystals Sing The Greatest Hits Volume One". Ronnie's reply was negative. However, there was a turntable in the room so one of our party put the album on and played those two tracks. Ronnie's jaw dropped. "Gee, that IS me singing. I think Phil must have got me to rehearse those songs. But I never knew he recorded me singing them". Ronnie posed for some pictures outside. I still have them somewhere. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 16:16:52 -0400 From: Paul Payton Subject: Avon ladies, more labels Kingsley Abbott wrote: > Katie (Peanut) Kissoon also popped up as backing singer on a locally > pressed CD that is available from the (excellent) local baker in our next > village here in Norfolk. Strange but true :-) Was Mac ("Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" - a guilty pleasure) her husband? brother? And what's excellent - the CD or the baker? Original message from Paul Urbahns: > There was a singing group of black girls in Nashville called > The Avons. Is there an expert out there on them? They may have > recorded with Peggy Gaines. To add to Mick Patrick's note, I have a mid-60s 45 by them on Groove (RCA subsid) called "Whatever Happened To Our Love?" Not too bad, either. As I read others' comments, more thoughts on favorite labels: Diamond indeed had some neat stuff. I love Kevin McQuinn's "Every Step of the Way," #101, the first release on the label, produced by Bob Crewe (I think) and arranged by Charlie Calello. I'm also looking for the Bobettes' "Love is Blind," somewhat later. (On any CDs anyone knows about?) Canterbury is excellent choice too - all that Gary Zekley material. And Stewart Mason, in addition to Yellow Balloon, Don Grady and the New Wave were artists I recall warmly. Grady's "Impressions With Syvonne" is my favorite of his sides ("Children of St. Monica" was apparently a hit on the west coast); and the New Wave, a two-man group, had the beautiful "Where Do We Go From Here." Billy Spradlin, sorry but I kinda like some of the Billy & Lillie material on Swan, particularly "Lucky Ladybug" and "La-Dee-Dah." A rare find for me was the last (or 2nd-to-last) Swan 45: "(So) In Love (With You)" by a group from Buffalo, NY, the Rising Suns. This was apparently a big hit in Buffalo thanks to the promotion of Joey Reynolds of WKBW (heard throughout the northeastern US after sundown); the other "final" Swan 45 was a novelty Reynolds did with fellow 'KB DJ Danny Neaverth as Joey & Danny, "Rats In My Room," stripped down and adapted from an old r&b 45. NRBQ did a later version of it. Bob Rashkow's comment on Paula Records brings to mind the Uniques 45, "All These Things," c. 1966, a zen-simple 6/8 ballad sung by lead and later country star Joe Stampley. In a similar vein was the slow and eloquent Toussaint McCall's "Nothing Takes The Place of You" (featured in John Waters' film, "Hairspray"). Both songs also evoke Tommy McLain's raw but edge-of-your-seat doowop-without-group version of Patsy Cline's "Sweet Dreams (Of You)" on MSL, distributed by Jamie. (McLain also became a country singer later, I believe on Epic.) Country Paul -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 18:27:14 EDT From: Mike Rashkow Subject: Re: THE FOUR CAL-QUETTES Mick Partrick writes: > Boris > (Valet to Mr. Michael Patrick) Boris is much funnier than Mick Patrick. That's hard to do. Rashkovsky (formerly Baritone in The Vapours) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 11:46:04 +0100 From: Spectropop Admin Team Subject: New at musica -----Original Message----- From: Yahoo! Groups Notification Sent: 30 April 2002 11:36 Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that files have been uploaded to The Spectropop Group. File: Georgettes - Little Boy File: Sunny - He's Not There File: Cook & Greenaway - Golden Wonder Boy You can access the files at the URL http://groups.yahoo.com/group/spectropop/files/musica Thank you for choosing Yahoo! Groups as your email group service for the Spectropop Group. Regards, Yahoo! Groups Customer Care Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/ -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 18:27:15 EDT From: Mike Rashkow Subject: Re: Castle Pulse CD Box Set O.K. that's it Mick, I'm bringing my Filipino houseboy out of the closet. Rashkovsky -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 20:36:04 +0930 From: Norman Subject: Valerie, Elaine and Ray Avon Hello group members, I am so glad we have touched on The Avons from England: Valerie Murtagh (aka Valerie Avon), Elaine Murtagh and Ray Adams. I played their version of "Rubber Ball" on a radio programme I was invited into the other day. I was dying to play "Cool and Cozy" but I didn't want to get thrown out of the studio! My choice of songs went down like a lead balloon anyway but I still managed to stick a few in. When it is considered that they had more success with covers such as "Seven Little Girls Sitting In the Back Seat", "Rubber Ball" and "Four Little Heels" isn't it ironic that they were responsible for writing one of the classics of the sixties in "Dance On" recorded by both The Shadows and Kathy Kirby. Norman Still bopping along to Cool and Cozy! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 08:50:22 -0700 From: David Parkinson Subject: RE: Cd booklets Will Stos > I'll usually look to the side of the case to count the number >of pages in the booklet or to see if it has staples..... > Am I the only one who does this, > call me crazy, Will Not crazy in the least. When out shopping for compilations and repackagings of older material, it is ESSENTIAL to me to get something more than the tracklisting. I have certainly peeked at the top/bottom of the jewel case to grok the thickness of the insert. One label that particularly stands out for me in this regard is Big Beat: I have a few of these, and not one of them has disappointed on the liner-notes front. And the Rhino Handmades are exemplary. David -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 08:32:12 -0700 (PDT) From: thomas taber Subject: Swan records and "Rising Sons" Re: Paul Payton's "Rising Sons" 45. Not believing "Rats In My Room" was near the end of the Swan label (the "Underwater Surfers" was the followup), I searched on Google for - "rats in my room" swan - and found a neat Swan singles discography. The "Rising Sons" single apparently is one of the ??? near the end, probably coming after a "RIMRoom" reissue (#4276) with different flip side. #4284 was apparently the last release. By the way, I had the opportunity probably 15 years ago to ask Mr. Joey Reynolds in person if he new how the two 'Joey & Danny' records sold in relation to one another - he looked at me like I was the biggest loser he had ever met, and went back to a previous conversation he was having. Tom "Biggest Loser" Taber -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 19:31:07 +0100 (BST) From: mick patrick Subject: THE BERNADETTES Hi, Well, I never dreamed our pal Peter Lerner would prove to be a fan of BERNADETTE PETERS. Yep, those Vargas-sleeved albums are quite special, aren't they Pete?. The lady is still very active and I hear that the West End of London is to be graced by her presence in the musical "Gypsy" later in the year. You'll find more than you need to know by going to one or both of the following: http://www.bernadettepeters.com http://www.bernadettepeters.net One disc not mentioned by Peter is Bernadette's 1962 debut "ACADEMY AWARD" (United Artists), which might just be my personal favourite of her entire catalogue. The other side, "Charm Bracelet", was covered in the UK by Candy Sparling. Now, that's what I CALL a cute name! > James Botticelli wrote: Didn't she do "Party Girl" for Laurie? Close, Jimmy Bee, but no cigar. You're taking the wrong Bernadette to the wrong party and that's just the kinda thing that could earn a guy a slapped face:-) It was "We'll Start The Party Again" that Miss Peters sang and Bernadette CARROLL was the girl who chirped "Party Girl". It was her only hit, Top 50 in Billboard in mid-1964. Which reminds me...somewhere deep in the festering pit of vinyl my Luddite oppo Malcolm Baumgart calls his home (Jamie was very taken when I first used that phrase to him, "Anything cool slithered to the surface of the festering pit recently?", he enquired of me more than once) is a heavy, double-sided 7 inch Allegro Sound Studios acetate of Bernadette Carroll's original demo version of that great song "HOLD BACK THE LIGHT OF DAWN". You know, the Other Two/Tammys song. Cool or what? It needs a little wipe, though. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 06:28:05 -0700 From: Jeffrey Glenn Subject: Can Anyone Identify This..... Help! I've just played to musica an unknown song by an unknown artist. This came from an acetate belonging to one of our esteemed list members. It's an exceptionally cool late-60's psych-tinged girlpop track with a killer bassline (killer track all around actually, as you'll hear). This may be an Ellie Greenwich demo... Anyone with any info about song title/artist/was it ever released by anyone/where/when, etc. please post to the list or e-mail me. And even if you don't know anything about it, enjoy the track! Jeff - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - You can hear Unidentified female - Unidentified at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/spectropop/files/musica Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/ -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 15:10:05 -0400 From: james botticelli Subject: Re: Cd booklets Will Stos: > I'll usually look to the side of the case to count the number > of pages in the booklet or to see if it has staples..... > Am I the only one who does this, > call me crazy, Will David Parkinson: > Not crazy in the least. When out shopping for compilations and > repackagings of older material, it is ESSENTIAL to me to get > something more than the tracklisting. I have certainly peeked > at the top/bottom of the jewel case to grok the thickness of > the insert. One label that particularly stands out for me in > this regard is Big Beat: I have a few of these, and not one of > them has disappointed on the liner-notes front. > And the Rhino Handmades are exemplary. I'll second that...I'm one of those snotty collectors that mainly wants only out of print original issue pristine vinyl and cover. If not, a reissue of same. By default, I'll do CD's and if so, only CD-R's of incredibly rare vinyl sides or a well produced (usually English) CD loaded with liners, triv, photos and mishegas... Snottily, Jimmy Botticelli Taking The E-Z...Way Out! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 14:57:07 -0500 From: Dan Hughes Subject: Re: Swan records and "Rising Sons" Tom sez, > I had the opportunity probably 15 years ago to ask Mr. Joey > Reynolds in person if he new how the two 'Joey & Danny' > records sold in relation to one another - he looked at me > like I was the biggest loser he had ever met, and went back to > a previous conversation he was having. Don't feel bad, Tom. I have heard that Reynolds could be quite "difficult" and his temper was legendary. He probably holds the all-time record for being fired. And in radio, that's quite an accomplishment. ---Dan -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 16:39:12 -0700 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 4/21/02 & 4/28/02 The Liquid Room, (usually) hosted by David Ponak (me), airs every Saturday night from Midnight to 3AM (PDT) on 90.7FM KPFK Los Angeles, as well as streaming at http://kpfk.org. This week we have a double dose of Liquid Room Playlists covering the past 2 shows.... The Liquid Room 4/28/02 Guest Hosted by Tony Tucci ( http://radiocave@earthlink.net ) 1. Mello Cads/Loveland Soft As A Rock (Franklin Castle) 2. Ursula 1000/Mucho Tequila Kinda' Kinky (ESL Music) 3. The McCoys/Fever Music For Modern Living 4 (Lounge-Germany) 4. Duo Ouro Negro/Ecrie Moi Portugal Deluxe (Valentim-Portugal) 5. Minnie Ripperton/Memory Band Come To My Garden (Varese Sarabande) 6. Super Furry Animals/Juxtaposed With U Rings Around The World (XL Recordings) 7. Bertrand Burgalat + A.S. Dragon/Tornado Automne 2001 (Tricatel-France) 8. Yuka Honda/You Think You're So Generous, But... Memories Are My Only Witness (Tzadik) 9. Benjamin Biolay/Los Angeles (Friendship 7 Remix) Rose Kennedy (Virgin-France) 10. Piero Umiliani/Centrali Termiche Musica Electronica (Right Tempo-Italy) 11. Peter Lipa/My Album Spinning Wheel Of Jazz 2 (Spinning Wheel-Germany) 12. Buffalo Daughter/Discotheque Du Paradis I (Emperor Norton) 13. Basement Jaxx/Romeo (Acoustic) Where's You're Head At (Astralwerks) 14. Nina Simone + Joe Claussell/Feelin' Good Verve Remixed (Verve) 15. Jean DuShon/Feelin' Good Even Mo' Mod Jazz (Kent-UK) 16. Cornershop/Slip The Drummer One... Handcream For A Generation (Beggars/Wiija) 17. Cornershop/...Heavy Soup Outro Handcream For A Generation (Beggars/Wiija) 18. Henry Mancini/Springtime For Hitler The Big Latin Band Of... (RCA) 19. Black Mighty Orchestra/Ocean Beach Irma On Canvas (Irma-Italy) 20. Andre Popp + Jeanette/Le Temps De Mon Pere Popp Musique (Tricatel-France) 21. Wes Montgomery/Fly Me To The Moon Road Song (A&M) 22. Departure Lounge/Tubular Belgians In My Goldfield... Too Late To Die Young (Nettwerk) 23. Departure Lounge/...Be Good To Yourself Too Late To Die Young (Nettwerk) 24. Tom Ze/Conto De Fraldas Jogos De Armar (Trama-Brazil) 25. Graham Central Station/Dear Prudence The Jam: Anthology (Rhino) 26. Keith Mansfield/Morning Broadway What Is Wrong With Groovin' (Jazzman-UK) 27. Beta Band/Squares Hot Shots II (Astralwerks) 28. Arkestra One/I Really Want You Arkestra One (Cosmic Sounds-UK) 29 Smokey + Miho/Blue Glasses Smokey + Miho EP (Afro Sambas) 30. Dee Felice Trio/Wichita Lineman In Heat (Micro Cosmic Sound) 31. Les Hommes/Easy Boy The Mood Is Modial (Scema-Italy) 32. The Third Wave/Cataloupe Island Here And Now (Crippled Dick) 33. James Last/Be My Baby-Immigrant Song -Strange Kind Of Woman-Medley Non Stop Dancing 12 (Polydor-Germany) 34. Pizzicato 5/Twiggy Twiggy-Twiggy Vs. James Bond Made in USA (Matador) 35. Rob/Don't Kill Dub Don't Kill Rob (Virgin-France) 36. Arkestra One/Man From The Audience Arkestra One (Cosmic Sounds-UK) 37. Kalliopi Vetta/Concert For One Voice Excursions 2 (Virgin-France) 38. Air/Don't Be Light (Edit) Everybody Hertz (Astralwerks) 39. Medeski Martin + Wood/Ten Dollar High Uninvisible (Blue Note) 40. Smoke City/Underwater Love Underwater Love (Jive-UK) 41. Lemon Jelly/Homage To Patagonia The Yellow EP (XL Recordings) 42. Jon Kennedy/You Crazy We're Just Waiting For You Now (Tru Thoughts-UK) 43. Chung King/Les Fleur It's Now Safe To Turn Off Your Computer (Chung King-UK) 44. Wes Montgomery/I'll Be Back Road Song (A&M) 45. The Lettermen/Spooky Music For Modern Living 4 (Lounge-Germany) 46. Cornershop/Heavy Soup Intro Handcream For A Generation (Beggars/Wiija) 47. Paul Williams/Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On Someday Man (Reprise) The Liquid Room 4/21/02: Hosted by David Ponak 1.The Association/Come On In Birthday (WB) 2.Hi-Posi/Majime Na Kimochi Glu-on (Nippon Columbia-Japan) 3.The Association/Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies (Instrumental Version) Just The Right Sound: The Association Anthology (bonus track on UK version) (WSM-UK) 4.Francoiz Breut/L'Affaire D'Un Jour Vingt Trente Mille Jours (Labels-France) 5.DJ Me DJ You/Please Enjoy Cook Book CD (Eenie Meenie) 6.Harpers Bizarre/Soft Soundin' Music 4 (Sundazed) 7.The Chemical Brothers/Star Guitar Come With Us (Astralwerks) 8.Jacques Dutronc/Hippie Hippie Huourah Dutronc (Vogue-France) 9.Mello Cads/Soft As A Rock Soft As A Rock (Franklin Castle) 10.Jack Jones/Lollypops & Roses/Wives And Lovers (Medley) Live At The Sands (RCA) 12.Testbild/Apollo In Orbit The Double Life Of Testbild (Radio Khartoum) 13.Dino, Desi & Billy/Through Spray Colored Glasses (from the film "Follow Me") The Mad, Mad World Of Soundtracks (Motor-Germany) 14.Astrud Gilberto/Take It Easy My Brother Charly Now (Castle-UK) 15.Pat C./Jules & Jim Saudade Suite (La Chunga) 16.Dengue Fever/I'm Sixteen (demo) 17.Qypthone/Scooter single (Happiness-Japan) 18.Gary Wilson/You Keep On Looking You Think You Really Know Me (Motel) 19.Pinky Chicks/Soba Ni Ite 60's Cutie Pop Collection: First Date Edit (King) 20.N.E.R.D./Baby Doll In Search Of (Virgin) 21.Nora Guthrie/Emilie's Illness single (Mercury) 22.Marc Eric/Laura's Changing A Mid Summer's Day Dream (Revue) 23.The Easy Access Orchestra/Swinging London The Affair (Irma-Italy) 24.Eel/People People People People (File Unique-Japan) 25.Shocking Blue/Acka Raga The Bombay Jazz Palace (Castle-UK) 26.Mint Royale/From Rusholme With Love On The Ropes (Faith & Hope) 27.The Beach Girls/Ski-ing In The Snow The Dyno-Voice Story (Westside-UK) 28.Jaymze B. & The Deep Lounge Coalition/Who Let The Dogs Out Sub-Urban (Oglio) 29.Super Car/Strobolights single (Sony Music-Japan) 30.J-Girls/World Of Yellow Good Night Tokyo (Readymade-Japan) 31.Seksu Roba/Intersexual Overdrive Les Chansons Du Perverts (Crippled Dick Hot Wax) 32.Davie Allen & The Arrows/Cycle-Delic Music From The Wild Angels and other Themes (Curb) 33.Flanger/Outer Space/Inner Space Outer Space/Inner Space (Ninja Tune) 34.Scott Walker/This Way Mary Lounge Legends: John Barry (Universal-Germany) 35.James Taylor Quartet/Side Stepping Message From The Godfather (Ubiquity) 36.Cloud Eleven/Hey California Orange And Green And Yellow And Near (West Coast 11) 37.Kahimi Karie/Melt The Snow My Suitor (Polydor-Japan) 38.Claudine Longet/Nothing To Lose The Mad, Mad World Of Soundtracks Volume 2 (Motor-Germany) 39.Boards Of Canada/1969 Geogaddi (Warp) 40.Minnie Ripperton/Le Fleur Come To My Garden (Varese Sarabande) 41.X-Girl/Pop Musik Single (Prime Directive-Japan) 42.Swan Dive/Words You Whisper Words You Whisper (Siesta) 43.Paul Williams/Morning I'll Be Moving On Someday Man (Reprise) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 20:37:35 -0400 From: james botticelli Subject: Re: The Liquid Room 4/21/02 & 4/28/02 David Ponak wrote: > 1. Mello Cads/Loveland > Soft As A Rock (Franklin Castle) is it out? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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