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Spectropop - Digest Number 538



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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
                  http://www.spectropop.com/Jamie.htm
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There are 5 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Bobby Jameson
           From: niagarafalls3 
      2. The Liquid Room 7/21/02
           From: David Ponak 
      3. Hi!  New to group
           From: niagarafalls3 
      4. Re: Avon ladies, more labels
           From: Simon Bell 
      5. Re: Doris Day: The 1960s Singles
           From: Simon Bell 


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Message: 1
   Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 20:51:15 -0000
   From: niagarafalls3 
Subject: Re: Bobby Jameson

Bobby Jameson's recording of "I'm So Lonely" on the Talamo label 
is simply fantastic!  I feel very fortunate to have it in my huge 
record collection, which I began way back in the 1950's. Bobby 
sang the song with a lot of angst. It was a dramatic kind of song.  
I remember that he appeared on a show - most likely "American 
Bandstand" - to perform, or perhaps I should say to lip-synch, 
the song.



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Message: 2 Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 16:12:00 -0400 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 7/21/02 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. The Liquid Room 7/21/02 With this show, we've started a new feature: "The Liquid Room CD Of The Week," where I pick one notable new release, reissue, or compilation and feature it by playing 3 or 4 songs over the course of the show. This week's featured CD is the amazing "Love And Sunshine-The Best Of The Love Generation" on Sundazed. If you're into 60s California harmony and sunshine pop, this one is essential. 1.The Association/Come On In Birthday (WB) 2.The Bongolian/Rollin' With You The Bongolian (Blow Up-UK) 3.Basement Clash/Magnificent Romeo The Best Bootlegs In The World Ever (NL-UK) 4.The Love Generation/Groovy Summertime Love And Sunshine-The Best Of The Love Generation (Sundazed) 5.Elvis Vs. JXL/A Little Less Conversation (Remix) CD Single (RCA) 6.Isaac Hayes/A House Full Of Girls Truck Turner (Soundtrack) (Stax) 7.Capitol K/Pillow Island Row (XL-UK) 8.Jochin Brauer Group & Tender Agression/Die Keite The Mad Mad World Of Soundtracks Volume 2 (Motor/Universal-Germany) 9.They Might Be Giants/Where Do They Make Balloons No! (Rounder) 10.The Who/I Can't Reach You The Who Sell Out (MCA) 11.Pizzicato Five/Contact Romantique 96 (Nippon Columbia-Japan) 12.Mireille Darc/Helicoptere Gainsbourg Versions Femmes (Universal-Japan) 13.Belle & Sebastian/Scooby Driver Storytelling (Jeepster/Matador) 14.Dudley Moore/Love Me Bedazzled (Soundtrack) (Harkit-UK) 15.Eel/A Pimavera People People (Fille Unique-Japan) 16.The Paper Dolls/Darlin' The Pye Anthology (Sequel-UK) 17.Yumi/V.A.C.A.T.I.O.N. Solo Solo (Sony-Japan) 18.The Revillos/Rev Up Rev Up (Captain Oi-UK) 19.Cubismo Grafico/Blissful CD single (Escalator-Japan) 20.The Love Generation/Let The Good Times In Love And Sunshine-The Best Of The Love Generation (Sundazed) 21.Linus Of Hollywood/A Whole New Country Let Yourself Be Happy (Franklin Castle) 22.Mello Cads (featuring Kim Fox)/As For Tonight Soft As A Rock (Franklin Castle) 23.Lee Hazlewood/You Thunder And Your Lightning For Every Solution There's A Problem (City Slang-UK) 24.Stereophonic Sound Unlimited/Kowalsky Jet Sound Inc. (Dionysus) 25.Dotti Holmberg/I Sing My Song Sometimes Happy Times (Sundazed) 26.The Flaming Lips/Do You Realize Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots (WB) 27.Curtis Mayfield/We've Only Just Begun Live (Rhino) 28.Mum/Don't Be Afraid You Have Just Got Your Eyes Shut Finally We Are No One (Fat Cat-UK) 29.Serge Gainsbourg & Nico/Strip-Tease Le Cinema De Gainsbourg (Universal-France) 30.The Ray Makers/Moonflower Phantom Third Channel (Transistor) 31.Chad & Jeremy/Rest In Peace Of Cabbages And Kings (Sundazed) 32.The Love Generation/Meet Me At The Love In Love And Sunshine-The Best Of The Love Generation (Sundazed) 33.Seksu Robba/Intersexual Overdrive Les Chansons De Perverts (Crippled Dick Hot Wax-Germany) 34.Pico/Ano Toki ABC-Pico First (Kitty-Japan) 35.Cornelius/Brazil Point (Matador) 36.Blossom Dearie/Long Daddy Gone Whisper For You (Universal-Japan) 37.The Aluminum Group/Caroline No Caroline Now! (Marina-Germany) 38.The Doopies/Doopie Time Doopie Time (For Life-Japan) 39.Eternity's Children/Lifetime Day Eternity's Children (Revola-UK) 40.Miho & Smokey/Summer Rain Miho & Smokey (Afro-Samba) 41.The Mamas & The Papas/Grasshopper People Like Us (MCA) 42.VHS Or Beta/Disco Paradise Le Funk (On) 43.Chisato Moritaka/Tokyo Rush This Summer Will Be More Better (Zetima-Japan) 44.It's My Party/Dusty Can I Get To Know You Better (Mister Cat) 45.Paul Williams/Morning I'll Be Moving On Someday Man (Reprise) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 15:24:48 -0000 From: niagarafalls3 Subject: Hi! New to group Hi, fellow music fanatics! I just discovered Spectropop about five days ago. I have been reading through the archives, playing catch-up. It is clear that this is a great group for those of us who love 50's and 60's music, Spector's work, girl groups, Beach Boys, etc. Since many of you have listed some of your favorite songs, I would take this opportunity to post a list of songs I love, but there are so many songs I could put on a list like this that it is hard to pare it down. Anyway, here are some songs I really love to listen to: "When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)" - Beach Boys "All Strung Out" - Nino Tempo and April Stevens "I Wanna Love Him So Bad" - Jellybeans "A Banda" and "Casino Royale" - Herb Alpert and the TJB "Keep In Touch" - Georgia Gibbs (a very sultry rendition) "The Little Old Lady From Pasadena" - Jan and Dean "Shades of Gray" - The Monkees "Making Love From Memory" - Loretta Lynn (stunning song - on MCA, I think) "All I Really Want To Do" - Cher (very Byrds-like) "Just You" - Sonny & Cher (gorgeous--Sonny was not the best singer on earth, but on this song, his singing was very effective) "Baby, I Love You" - Ronettes "Twelve-Thirty" - Mamas & Papas "Heaven Only Knows" - Shangri-las "Is It True?" Brenda Lee ( a real rocker, not a c&w # at all) "Faraway Star" - Chordettes "Look Of Love" - Lesley Gore "You Don't Own Me" - Lesley Gore "(Won't You) Marry Me Again?" - April Stevens (on A&M) "I Love How You Love Me" - Nino Tempo and April Stevens (the combination of the great vocal harmonies and the very unusual addition of the bagpipes really does work to create a fascinating song) "I Love How You Love Me" - Paris Sisters (very pretty, and so different than the Tempo-Stevens version) "Mr. Tambourine Man" - The Byrds "All I See Is You" - Dusty Springfield (Anyone thinking she had a limited vocal range needs to listen to this spectacular song. It is very nearly operatic) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 15:01:00 -0000 From: Simon Bell Subject: Re: Avon ladies, more labels A while back, Paul Payton wrote: > Was Mac ("Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" - a guilty pleasure) her > husband? brother? Mac Kissoon was, and indeed still is Katie's brother. He and I sing together in the choir of the James Last Orchestra. Katie sang with us there until very recently when obligations to the likes of Eric Clapton & Robbie Williams got in the way. Simon Bell -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 14:51:38 -0000 From: Simon Bell Subject: Re: Doris Day: The 1960s Singles Diana Hall wrote: > Just a quick note to highly recommend the new Collectables > realease, "Doris Day: The 1960s Singles"...... > an unreleased Mann-Weill tune "Oo-Wee Baby". "Oo-wee Baby" was released as a single in the UK, after "Move Over Darling"; I remember it well. Is this a different version? Simon Bell -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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