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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
                  http://www.spectropop.com/Jamie.htm
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There are 10 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE
           From: Mick Patrick 
      2. Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE
           From: marc miller 
      3. THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE
           From: simon white 
      4. Re: THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE
           From: james botticelli 
      5. RE: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE
           From: Phil Chapman 
      6. Touchey, Touchey, Feeley
           From: Martin Roberts 
      7. Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE
           From: Marc Miller 
      8. Re: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE
           From: james botticelli 
      9. Re: THE DARLETTES
           From: Mick Patrick 
     10. RE: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE
           From: simon white 


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Message: 1
   Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 19:29:34 +0100
   From: Mick Patrick 
Subject: THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE

Hi,

Do we have among our membership an expert on garage & frat bands from 
the Windy City area? I urgently need information about Chicago all-girl 
outfit THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE, the female gender's answer to the Shadows 
Of Knight. I need photos, personnel information and the group's singles 
on Destination and USA 1779. Can anyone recommend a Chicago newspaper in 
which I can advertise for information? Or suggest a good research site?

Thanking you,

MICK PATRICK



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Message: 2 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 14:35:59 -0400 From: marc miller Subject: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE Molybdenum???? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 20:42:40 +0100 From: simon white Subject: THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE Dunno whether this helps but the 45 on Chess has the same backing track as a Ral Donner 45...... -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 15:19:07 -0400 From: james botticelli Subject: Re: THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE on 5/22/02 2:29 PM, Mick Patrick at mickpatrick@amajor.com wrote: > Do we have among our membership an expert on garage & frat bands from > the Windy City area? I urgently need information about Chicago all-girl > outfit THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE, the female gender's answer to the Shadows > Of Knight. I need photos, personnel information and the group's singles > on Destination and USA 1779. Can anyone recommend a Chicago newspaper in > which I can advertise for information? Or suggest a good research site? Best U.S. Bette...Arf Arf Records based outside Boston, run by Eric Lindgren. A wealth of knowledge doth this man possess on all thangs garage..Hope that helps. -- Jimmy Botticelli Taking The E-Z...Way Out! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 23:05:34 +0100 From: Phil Chapman Subject: RE: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE DJ Jimmy >> Molybdenum Vault of Lost Dusties. Sounds like an esoteric Heavy Metal comp. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 22:00:14 +0100 From: Martin Roberts Subject: Touchey, Touchey, Feeley When being 'forced' to go shopping uptown with the wife, Sue, (usually hunting down Dean Martin memorabilia!) I often manage to sneak off to some of the larger record emporiums. These trips, more and more, involve flicking through piles and piles of Spectropop members' handiwork! - Mark Wirtz, Joey Stec, Kim Cooper, John Clemente, Kingsley Abbott, Richard Williams, Ian Chapman, Don Charles, Stephen McParland, Kieron Tyler, Phil Chapman, Mick Patrick and I'm sure many more I've missed. Everywhere you look "Oh.. another Spectropper"! For a short while it looked like the world might be taken over by folk known as Rashkow (I'm still not sure how to pronounce it) - Happily, this never happened. But it sure looks like the world of quality 60's pop is being taken over by Spectropoppers! Maybe we should initiate our own secret handshake and strange customs. Perhaps some already have! The reason I'm writing is that most of these purchases have been made using an old fogeys' tradition, instinct: "That looks, tastes, smells good, I'll buy it!" - Lookie, Touchey, Tastey, Sniffy?? Now, I'm getting back into: "..this three year old shirt is fine", "..a haircut every six months will do" (whether I need it or not), "Sue, could you darn me socks again please?", "..didn't we go out last month?" etc, etc - economy measures to support buying old, dusty, scratched 45's from places like deepest darkest Kansas. These, I'm now buying on the web without a thought. BUT...new stuff?? .....still can't bring myself to do it! Should I? I know some have been discussed already, but should I buy The Teardrops CD? I adore the songs. I have Diane Renay's "Pop Princess", who seems as lovely as when first heard on "Unbelievable Guy", am I missing out? What other treasures are eluding me? Any other recent reissues, not available in HMV or Tower, that I should be buying? Your help and advice eagerly sought! Martin -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 15:44:49 -0400 From: Marc Miller Subject: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE Molybdenum???? Marc playing Yahtzee in NYC -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 15:21:00 -0400 From: james botticelli Subject: Re: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE marc miller wrote: > Molybdenum???? stolen from a used record dealer in our area at Stereo Jack's named Matt Starr who coined the term for an obtusely obfuscatingly obscure southern soul show he once hosted on the radio -- Jimmy Botticelli Taking The E-Z...Way Out! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 23:24:10 +0100 From: Mick Patrick Subject: Re: THE DARLETTES Original Message From Will Stos: > Many thanks for solving the mystery of the Darlettes...I > wonder what kind of rules were in place when deciding on > a name...A look through John Clemente's book shows just > how many groups adopted the same name...The various groups > of Honeybees, Chiffons, Fashions, Kittens, etc, etc. Hi, Well, the Darlettes mystery isn't totally solved. There are more groups involved than the Diane Christian-led gang that waxed for Dunes and the Mira label outfit that became the Sweet Things. For example, does anyone out there know anything about the Darlettes that released "To Reconcile" b/w "Love Will Make You Cry" on Taffi 100? And what about "He's Gonna Get It" b/w "Till I Fell In Love" by the Dar-Letts on Shell 101 in 1964. I've not seen or heard these two discs but have researched the song titles at BMI and ASCAP and none of them appear to have been composed by anyone associated with the Darlettes on Dunes or Mira. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 00:25:24 +0100 From: simon white Subject: RE: Oh, DJ Jimmy BEEEEEE Phil Chapman wrote: > DJ Jimmy >>> Molybdenum Vault of Lost Dusties. > > Sounds like an esoteric Heavy Metal comp. > Actually, I think its a track from the last Tweenies album. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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