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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
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There are 25 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. The 45 Club on Sat 24th & Killer Giveaway Contest
           From: Leonardo Flores 
      2. Sandie Shaw
           From: Mary S. 
      3. Ed Sullivan DVDs
           From: Mikey 
      4. Re: SPEEDY GONZALES
           From: Mick Patrick 
      5. Speedy Gonzales
           From: Dave 
      6. Speedy Gonzales
           From: Dan Hughes 
      7. Jerry Palmer, WHOO artists
           From: Nick Archer 
      8. Re: Speedy Gonzales
           From: Jeff Lemlich 
      9. WHOO artists (Lyme & Cybelle)
           From: Jeff Lemlich 
     10. Speedy Gonzales
           From: Jan Kristensen 
     11. SPECTROPOP PARTY TALK
           From: Mick Patrick 
     12. Spectropop Party Talk
           From: Delia Barnard 
     13. Re: Speedy Gonzales
           From: Dan Hughes 
     14. Re: Speedy Gonzales / Robin Ward
           From: Stephanie Campbell 
     15. Lost Diane Renay on New Voice found
           From: Leonardo Flores 
     16. Re: Lost Diane Renay on New Voice found
           From: Mikey 
     17. Re: WIBG '67 (was Jerry Palmer, WHOO artists)
           From: Jeff Lemlich 
     18. Re: Spectropop Party Talk
           From: Ian Slater 
     19. More Party Talk!
           From: Elisabeth 
     20. Speedy Gonzales
           From: Ian Chapman 
     21. SPECTROPOP PARTY TALK - Playlist
           From: Mick Patrick 
     22. the Murmaids
           From: Ian Slater 
     23. Red, White and Rock TV Special
           From: Penny Patrick 
     24. Possible Bo Gentry link?
           From: Country Paul 
     25. WHAT A BASH
           From: Justin McDevitt 


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Message: 1
   Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 17:49:04 -0000
   From: Leonardo Flores 
Subject: The 45 Club on Sat 24th & Killer Giveaway Contest

OK Spectropoppers!

On Saturday August 24th The 45 Club will have its fourth 
night at the Knitting Factory.  But what we have in store for 
some of you for helping us be so successful on the great 
Hollywood Blvd are some killer giveaways courtesy of Universal/ 
Motown Music and The 45 Club.

"A Cellarfull Of Motown: The Rarest Grooves"

Answer these five super easy Motown questions and win a free 
copy of Motown/Universal's ultra-cool new 2-disc Northern Soul 
compilation called "Cellarfull of Motown: Rarest Grooves."
(Retail price 19.98).  Just be one of the first 10 people to 
present the answers to one of our humble 45 Club DJs at the 
next 45 club and receive one free CD courtesy of our friends 
at Universal/Motown Music.  Remember, we only have 10 CDs to 
give out!  If you're a Northern Soul fan and you haven't yet
heard "Cellarfull of Motown", you're in for a treat of some 
ultra rare Motown tracks.  Most have never been heard since 
the day they were recorded! 2 CDs and 40 tracks packed full 
of pure floor stompin' Detroit Motown Soul by such acts as
Frank Wilson, Brenda Holloway, Marvin Gaye, Martha and the 
Vandellas, Jr. Walker, Kim Weston and many, many more.  This 
ain't your parents' Motown comp!!  Be one of the first to get 
the first domestic release of one the most highly anticipated 
Northern Soul compilations of the year!  Only from Motown/
Universal Music and The 45 Club!

1) Name two 60s subsidiaries of Motown.

2) What was the name of the studio band that backed up most 
   acts when they recorded at Motown in the 1960s?
      a) The Soul Brothers
      b) The Funk Brothers
      c) The Hit Pack
      d) The Wrecking Crew

3) Name one female singer that recorded duets with Marvin Gaye.

4) Frank Wilson is known for being the artist and writer on the 
   rarest and most expensive Motown related record, "Do I Love 
   You (Indeed I Do)".  On "Cellarful of Motown: Rarest Motown
   Grooves" he performs another unreleased title.  
   What is the name of this song?
      a) "Hitsville USA"
      b) "He Ain't Hurtin' My Baby"
      c) "My Sugar Baby"
      d) "Poor Little Rich Girl"

5) "He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'" was recorded by the
   Velvelettes on VIP records.  "Cellarful of Motown: Rarest 
   Motown Grooves" has another version of the title.  Who 
   recorded this version?
      a) Marvin Gaye
      b) Robert Dobyne
      c) Earl Van Dyke
      d) Chris Clark

If you need any hints visit our web site: 
http://www.the45club.com

Still more! The 45th person to arrive at The 45 Club will get 
a copy of "Cellarful of Motown" as well as the 2 CD-disc set 
"Marvin Gaye's Greatest Hits" (that's 4 CDs altogether kids!), 
which has every hit from "Stubborn Kind of Fellow" to "Sexual 
Healing" and every Marvin hit between. 

All this courtesy of our friends at Universal/Motown Music and 
The 45 Club.

Our guest DJ will be DJ Chris Griffith from Santa Monica, as 
well as the usual suspects of DJ Uplandmod, DJ Austin Martin 
and DJ Soul Bags Justin.  So come on out - at the next couple of 
45 Clubs we have some great things in store for all and it all 
starts on Saturday. 

Let's Keep This Soul Party Stompin'

Leonardo
The 45 Club
@ The Knitting Factory
Saturday August 24th
www.the45club.com







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Message: 2 Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 18:06:38 -0000 From: Mary S. Subject: Sandie Shaw Anyone out there a big fan of barefooted singer, Sandie Shaw of the UK? I always loved her voice. I have some of her singles and two LPs, one that has songs such as "I'll Stop At Nothing" (my all-time favorite Sandie Shaw song - very powerful) and "Lemon Tree" (the song that Trini Lopez had a hit with), and an album in which Sandie wrote the songs she sings. I haven't played anything from THAT album in years, so I guess I should get it out and put it on the turntable. Mary S. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 19:27:23 -0400 From: Mikey Subject: Ed Sullivan DVDs Robert Beason wrote: > Time-Life Video is advertising the Ed Sullivan DVDs at $24.99 > per volume for an hour (or even less!) of content. Contrast > that with $19.99 for four hours+ of content on the Hullabaloo > DVDs. What a ripoff! Maybe so, but video and audio quality will be MUCH better on the Sullivan DVDs, as they came from 2-inch Quad videotape masters. Also, the audio tracks were denoised and boosted in level. The "Hullabalo" DVDs (and I have them all) were made from terrible quality kinescopes, 75% of them in black and white. I don't mind paying a bit extra for the Sullivan DVDs as long as the quality really is what I expect. After all, where else but the bootleg video market could you get this stuff? AND, the boots are really lousy, multigenerational trash. Be happy the DVDs are available!! Your Friend, Mikey -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 01:19:34 +0100 From: Mick Patrick Subject: Re: SPEEDY GONZALES Hi All, Keith asked: > ...Heard Pat Boone's "Speedy Gonzales" on the radio this > morning. Does anyone know who the fabulous female voice > is? It would be a shame if such a great comedic performance > wasn't rewarded with some sort of career. Yup, that singer sure was rewarded with some sort of career. Her name was ROBIN WARD. You may remember that the "Wonderful Summer" gal was the subject of many postings some months back. Not all of them were written by an obsessive fan named, errr, Mick Patrick. Check out: ROBIN WARD: GODDESS OF AUTOEROTICA http://www.spectropop.com/archive/digest/m750.html ROBIN WARD: THE LATA MANGESHKAR OF HOLLYWOOD http://www.spectropop.com/archive/digest/m753.html ROBIN WARD GOES SURFIN' http://www.spectropop.com/archive/digest/m757.html I'd also very strongly recommend the following Partridge Family website which contains the best Robin Ward interview you're ever likely to read, not to mensh some ultra cool pix: http://www.cmongethappy.com/interviews/jw/index.html According to "Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles" (published by Record Research Inc), the singing voice of Speedy Gonzales was supplied by the legendary Mel Blanc. However, I have no doubt that Robin was telling the truth when she said that that voice was hers. Blanc's voice WAS the one used in the cartoon, though. Before I drag myself off to work, I'd like to express my thanks to Keith for driving punters to and from the Spectropop Party IN HIS CAR - ouch! MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 20:10:36 EDT From: Dave Subject: Speedy Gonzales Keith Beach writes: > Heard Pat Boone's "Speedy Gonzales" on the radio this morning. > Does anyone know who the fabulous female voice is? It would be > a shame if such a great comedic performance wasn't rewarded > with some sort of career. My source says it's Jackie Ward, aka Robin Ward ("Wonderful Summer"). She definitely had some sort of career! http://www.cmongethappy.com/interviews/jw/ Dave -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 21:20:40 -0500 From: Dan Hughes Subject: Speedy Gonzales Keith asks, > Heard Pat Boone's "Speedy Gonzales" on the radio this morning. > Does anyone know who the fabulous female voice is? It would > be a shame if such a great comedic performance wasn't rewarded > with some sort of career.... Well, that "fabulous female voice" did have quite a career. As Bugs Bunny, Barney Rubble, and Jack Benny's Maxwell, to name a few. The Man of a Thousand Voices, Mel Blanc, did the Speedy Gonzales voice both in the cartoons and on the Pat Boone single. Dan Hughes -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 21:56:18 -0500 From: Nick Archer Subject: Jerry Palmer, WHOO artists I was looking through some old record surveys from WIBG in Philadelphia from 1967. The Wibbage Top 99 always had a few records that were otherwise obscure. Any Spectropop material in this list from August14, 1967? #97 Put Your Mind at Ease - Every Mother's Son #95 Love What You're Doing to Me - Janet and the Jays #94 Nothing I Can Do About It - Mike and the Censations #87 With You Girl - Arbors #71 Balla Balla- The Rainbows #66 Go On - United Four #58 Frightened Little Girl - The July 4 #56 The Pleasure of Your Company - S.N. & the Ct's #41 The Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven - Chris Bartley I have several years of WIBG and WFIL surveys that we could mine for Spectropop gold if any of these turn out to be good. Country Paul? Nick Archer -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 03:08:06 -0000 From: Jeff Lemlich Subject: Re: Speedy Gonzales Keith Beach wrote: > Heard Pat Boone's "Speedy Gonzales" on the radio this morning. > Does anyone know who the fabulous female voice is? It would > be a shame if such a great comedic performance wasn't rewarded > with some sort of career. It was Jackie Ward, better known as Robin "Wonderful Summer" Ward. She was much more than a one hit wonder! Jeff Lemlich http://pub64.ezboard.com/blimestonelounge -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 03:14:53 -0000 From: Jeff Lemlich Subject: WHOO artists (Lyme & Cybelle) Country Paul wrote: > Lyme [Warren Zevon] & Cybelle, "Follow Me" (White Whale) - > great song; it also got serious airplay in Providence, RI, > top 40 radio as well as regional action elsewhere. Here in Miami, the follow-up did even better. "If You Gotta Go, Go Now" reached #4 on WFUN the week of July 29, 1966. That song was apparently very popular here -- Manfred Mann's version reached #21 on WQAM the week of November 6, 1965! I hear the music coming out of your radio... Jeff Lemlich http://pub64.ezboard.com/blimestonelounge -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 07:41:13 +0200 From: Jan Kristensen Subject: Speedy Gonzales I believe Robin Ward once said that she was Speedy Jan K -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 07:25:10 +0100 From: Mick Patrick Subject: SPECTROPOP PARTY TALK Hi All, Kingsley Abbott wrote: > ...Yes, Elisabeth and The Actionettes were as good as > everyone says, and I'm pretty damn sure that with an > extra large Coke inside him that Malcolm could be > persuaded to join the dancing girls!! Great to see you at the bash, Kingsley, after all this time. Let's not leave it another hundred years. Yer right, "that Malcolm" sure does a mean Mashed Potato! But can he do the Camel Walk? And if not, there's no way Sarah (aka Tourette), Sue (Crepe Suzette), Nicola (Roulette), Jo (Strumpette), Loretta (Alumette) or Delia (Dansette) would ever consider him for the Actionettes! It looks like some of the Spectropop Partygoers might be reconvening at the girls' next club night. More on that nearer the time. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 13:29:31 +0100 From: Delia Barnard Subject: Spectropop Party Talk Hi Spectropoppers! Thanks to all those involved in The Spectropop party! I'm the only Actionette on the Spectropop mailing list and tried my best to explain to the others what it all involved but I think it all clicked into place when they saw the video playlist and record stall, heard the DJ track listings and met you all.... We all had a really nice time and thank you to to Phil and Mick for helping us sort out the music, introducing us to fab vocalist Elisabeth and thank you to whoever provided the buffet! It was scrummy! It was lovely to meet the rest of you too... We're doing a show this Thursday with Bobby Conn and The Kings Have Long Arms but I'm not sure how our 60s style moves/music will go down with an electro-clash evening!!!!!! erm....but anyway... more info on future events at http://www.actionettes.com if anyone wants to know more....Thank you for having us! Delia Dansette Actionette Delia Barnard, Rock And Pop Editor. phone: 020 7963 7749 fax: 020 7963 7800 address: Arts & Leisure, PA Arts and Lifestyle "PA" News Limited Rock & Pop listings 292 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 12:34:53 -0500 From: Dan Hughes Subject: Re: Speedy Gonzales I think I'm gonna have scorn rained upon me by the group! Obviously my source that said Mel Blanc was on the record "Speedy Gonzales" (Joel Whitburn!) is wrong....unless both Blanc and Robin were on the record? I haven't heard it in such a long time that I can't remember how many voices there were.... ---Dan -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 14:57:48 -0700 From: Stephanie Campbell Subject: Re: Speedy Gonzales / Robin Ward What is Robin Ward doing now does anyone know? Stephanie -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 17:54:49 -0000 From: Leonardo Flores Subject: Lost Diane Renay on New Voice found Hello Spectropoppers, For years now I've always wondered the identity of New Voice record 813 as I have never found any info on what record went with that catalog number, well here it is: Diane Renay - Soldgier Boy / Words It's not listed in Tom Neely's book, and every label discography I've read (and Diane's as well) there is no info on this 45. So Diane has three 45's on New Voice. Now if anybody has any info on New Voice 829... Cheers, Leonardo -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 14:21:09 -0400 From: Mikey Subject: Re: Lost Diane Renay on New Voice found Isn't "Soldier Boy" (newly discovered on New Voice 813) on the Diane Renay bootleg CD on Marginal? I don't have it in front of me, but I think it is. Your Friend, Mikey -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 18:40:07 -0000 From: Jeff Lemlich Subject: Re: WIBG '67 (was Jerry Palmer, WHOO artists) Nick Archer wrote: > I was looking through some old record surveys from WIBG in > Philadelphia from 1967. The Wibbage Top 99 always had a few > records that were otherwise obscure. Any Spectropop material > in this list from August14, 1967? > #71 Balla Balla- The Rainbows I believe the Rainbows were German. This record was a big hit in Germany. > #58 Frightened Little Girl - The July 4 Definite Spectropop territory here. A harmony pop group on Cameo (#480) that must have only cut one song in the studio, since the flip ("Mr. Miff") is the instrumental track. > #56 The Pleasure of Your Company - S.N. & the Ct's Also known as "Stark Naked & The Car Thieves"! This song was also recorded by Keith on Mercury. > #41 The Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven - Chris Bartley Superb singer who did some excellent work with Van McCoy. His album of the same name (on Vando) has some really good tracks. Jeff Lemlich http://pub64.ezboard.com/blimestonelounge -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 19:52:44 +0100 From: Ian Slater Subject: Re: Spectropop Party Talk Must add my thanks to everyone for the party - great to meet everyone, most of whom I previously knew only from web-postings, e-mails and book / label credits. PLEASE do another one soon. I left early to get the last train BEFORE Elizabeth and the Actionettes - which must be like buying a Cup Final ticket and leaving at 3.00pm to do the shopping. Anybody do a video or audio tape? All costs more than re-imbursed. Ian Slater -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 19:09:57 -0000 From: Elisabeth Subject: More Party Talk! Hello again everyone... Well, just to continute the party thread, I've got a few pictures up on my blog (web diary) at http://hiptoyou.blogspot.com They're not the best, and I've got more on a roll that has yet to be developped...but I still thought some people might like to see them. Nice to hear from Delia - I can't wait to see all my Actionettes again at Sophisticated Boom Boom. (wish I was coming down on a Lambretta Mick, but I don't drive - it all goes back to a moped crash in France when I was 17...alas!) big love, elisabeth x -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 20:39:11 -0000 From: Ian Chapman Subject: Speedy Gonzales Dan Hughes wrote: > I think I'm gonna have scorn rained upon me by the group! > Obviously my source that said Mel Blanc was on the record > "Speedy Gonzales" (Joel Whitburn!) is wrong....unless both > Blanc and Robin were on the record? I haven't heard it in > such a long time that I can't remember how many voices there > were.... Surely there's both a female AND a male voice besides Pat Boone's on the record - Robin Ward did the "la, la, laaaaa.." and it seems Mel Blanc did the "hey, Rosita, I have to go shopping downtown....etc etc!!!" Ian -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 21:30:58 -0000 From: Mick Patrick Subject: SPECTROPOP PARTY TALK - Playlist Hi All, Ken Levine wrote: > Any chance copies of that CD could be made available to other > Spectropoppers who couldn't get to the event due to that large > pond that stands between us and Europe? Sorry Ken but you're too late. I already gave away the one and only copies of those four tailor-made CDRs. As I type the discs are winging their way to Tokyo in the hand-luggage of Spectropop's very own Miss Keiko. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 22:42:07 +0100 From: Ian Slater Subject: the Murmaids Many thanks to Country Paul for drawing our attention to the newish CD by that most gentle of 60s girl groups, the Murmaids. For those who are interested I'd point out that the tracks on their earlier CD, "Popsicles and Icicles" on Collectables are the same as on their earlier Chattahoochee LP "The Murmaids Resurface" (CHLP 628). For true fan(atic)s I've listed below all the singles I know of by the group and by original member Terry Fischer and latter day member Cathy Brasher. I don't know of another case of a record having FOUR alternative flipsides, as with their hit "Popsicles and Icicles". "Huntington Flats" seems to be the most common in the USA but "Comedy and Tragedy" is the one to go for as it's one of only two of the four by the group and is not, so far as I'm aware, available elsewhere. In the UK, all copies had "Comedy and Tragedy" as the flip. I think this was the only UK release by any of these artists. By general comment, the Cathy Brasher records were generally of the bright classic girl group sound rather than the gentle (used it before but can't think of a better description) Murmaids or Terry Fischer records. "Song Through Perception" is very distinctive and a great track - in the folk-rock idiom that was then becoming popular and rather more like the self-penned records by the Cake (see previous Spectropop postings) than the Murmaids sound. As always on Spectropop, if anyone can add to this or spot any errors, please don't hesitate to do so. The Murmaids: Popsicles And Icicles/Bunny Stomp (instrumental) - Chattahoochee 628 (1963) Popsicles And Icicles/Huntington Flats (instrumental) - Chattahoochee 628 (1963) Popsicles And Icicles/Comedy And Tragedy - Chattahoochee 628 (1963) Popsicles And Icicles/Blue Dress - Chattahoochee 628 (1963) Heartbreak Ahead/He's Good To Me - Chattahoochee 636 (1964) Wild And Wonderful/Bull Talk - Chattahoochee 641 (1964) Stuffed Animals/Little White Lies - Chattahoochee 668 (1965) Go Away/Little Boys - Chattahoochee 711 (1966) Paper Sun/Song Through Perception - Liberty 56078 (1968) Terry Fischer: Put Your Hand In The Hand/You've Got to Be Willing - Decca 32766 (1971) Child of Mine/How Does It Feel - Decca 32784 (1971) Christmas Is Coming/Yule Time - Bal 101 (1985) Soft Tears/Tiger Paws - Bal 910 (1985) Cathy Brasher: I'll Remember Jimmy/Too Late To Be Lovers - Era 3129 (1964) Only When I Dream/Where Memories Begin - Lap 1001 (1964) He Told Me He Loved Me/Sh... Listen - Chattahoochee 690 (1965) All I Need To Know/Little Boys (instrumental) - Chattahoochee 713 (1966) Ian Slater -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 15:09:07 -0700 (PDT) From: Penny Patrick Subject: Red, White and Rock TV Special Will Stos wrote: > Did anyone catch this television special? It was on > the PBS channel down in New York or Michigan (I forget > which one we get up here on cable) Hi Will, I have seen videos of the Doo-Wop specials that PBS has been broadcasting during their fund raisers being advertised on the regular stations for under $30.00. I cannot attest to the quality but I would imagine the tapes are good. I have just seen the Doo-Wop series being advertised. I am hoping to catch the PBS with Lesley Gore that was done recently. Keep an eye open and you will see these videos at some point. Hope you find what you are looking for, JP -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 21:42:03 -0400 From: Country Paul Subject: Possible Bo Gentry link? Billie R. McNamara wrote: > I'm trying to write a feature article on Robert Ackoff, better > known in pop/rock music circles as Bo Gentry, for the Acuff-Ecoff > family journal. I suggest going to http://www.lagunatunes.com and contacting Kenny Laguna via e-mail; they worked together. By the way, does this make Bo Gentry a relative of the legendary Roy Acuff? John Clemente: thanks for the Lorraine & The Socialites info. Will check it out. Country Paul -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 25 Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 23:24:52 -0500 From: Justin McDevitt Subject: WHAT A BASH Hello Spectropop, WHAT A HOEDOWN, WHAT A BASH! Thanks to all of you who attended the London Spectropop gathering. It was a treat to read the postings of those of you who were in attendance; an opportunity to share in the festivities, albeit vicariously. What a playlist! As has been mentioned by other Spectropoppers, wouldn't it be fantastic to have a CD set of these great tracks. The assemblage of video clips was just as impressive. Like many of you have mentioned, I too would have found myself standing in the stairwell listening to all the great songs and then running downstairs to catch some of the great artists presenting their music on video. Again, thanks to all of you who were there for sharing this experience with us blokes on the other side of the pond. Justin McDevitt -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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