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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
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There are 7 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. French comp project need help
           From: Jean-Emmanuel Dubois 
      2. I Met Elllie!
           From: David Feldman 
      3. Re: Speedy Gonzales / Robin Ward
           From: DJJimmyBee@attbi.com
      4. Re: Spectropop Party Talk
           From: Keith Beach 
      5. Parrty Talk
           From: Ian Slater 
      6. Re: I Met Elllie!
           From: Mary S 
      7. The Liquid Room 8/18/02
           From: David Ponak 


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Message: 1
   Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 13:43:15 +0200
   From: Jean-Emmanuel Dubois 
Subject: French comp project need help

Dear Spectro friends

I'm working in order to put together an anthology on Euro and 
American sixties and seventies pop.  I have been asked to 
compile a list of songs that might be good representative US 
bubblegum or sunshine pop or power pop or electronic pop or 
pop-punk, etc. tunes.  Obscure is okay.  Also helpful is if the 
songs are associated with the EMI and Capitol labels, for ease 
of licensing, (though this is not essential).
So I need your help + suggestions

Best-
Jean-Emmanuel
http://www.euro-visions.net

Please get in touch-
And if you were in a band from the 60s/70s/80s/90s and did 
get some cool stuff released, get in touch too-
the first requirement excellence!!!




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Message: 2 Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 10:48:33 -0500 From: David Feldman Subject: I Met Elllie! I attended two Brian Wilson sets at BB Kings Monday night and spotted Ellie Greenwich at a table. With the prodding of my friend Rob, we went up to thank her for her work, and she was gracious and lovely. As his first encore Brian introduced Ellie, then he and the band launched into a fabulous "Be My Baby". Ellie was in tears. Brian thanked her for writing his favorite song. Dave -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 16:51:38 +0000 From: DJJimmyBee@attbi.com Subject: Re: Speedy Gonzales / Robin Ward > What is Robin Ward doing now does anyone know? Hopefully she's having a wonderful summer (sorry) - I am having one anyway! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 12:09:29 +0100 From: Keith Beach Subject: Re: Spectropop Party Talk Mick: > Nope, no recordings of the event were made, Ian. However, > if you like, Phil, Ian, Malcolm, Simon, Martin, Keith and I > would be only too happy to pop 'round to your place and re-enact > the Actionettes performance for you. Damn...I've just taken my XXL Mary Quant into the cleaners Keith (Actionette) Beach -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 18:45:21 +0100 From: Ian Slater Subject: Parrty Talk In response to my request for a tape of Elisabeth and the Actionettes, Mick wrote: > Nope, no recordings of the event were made, Ian. However, > if you like, Phil, Ian, Malcolm, Simon, Martin, Keith and I > would be only too happy to pop 'round to your place and re-enact > the Actionettes performance for you. Thanks Mick for the links. You and the fellas are welcome at my place any time. As for your re-enActionettes, well .....errr .....that's really great and.... errr ...um ....I'd really love to accept but ....errm ......the neighbours would complain .....errm .......it would breach the mortgage conditions ....... erm ...... (continued on page 94....) Ian Slater -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 20:41:52 -0000 From: Mary S Subject: Re: I Met Elllie! David Feldman wrote: > I attended two Brian Wilson sets at BB Kings Monday night and > spotted Ellie Greenwich at a table. With the prodding of my > friend Rob, we went up to thank her for her work, and she was > gracious and lovely. As his first encore Brian introduced > Ellie, then he and the band launched into a fabulous "Be My Baby". > Ellie was in tears. Brian thanked her for writing his favorite > song. Dave, How wonderful for you and your friend to get to meet Ellie and thank her for her outstanding work in the world of music!! She is certainly one of my all-time favorite songwriters. Also, it's great that you got to attend Brian Wilson performances. I think it's very nice that he took a few moments to salute Ellie. Mary S. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 10:16:11 -0700 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 8/18/02 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 The Liquid Room was hosted by the incorrigible TONY TUCCI!!! (radiocave@earthlink.net) The Liquid Room 8/18/02 1. Love/Que Vida Love Story 1966-1972(Rhino) 2. Hefner/Level Green (Blue States Mix) Coming Home 2 (Stereo Deluxe) 3. Nightmares On Wax/70's 80's Mind Elevation (Warp) 4. Smoke City/Underwater Love Flying Away (Jive) 5. Bejamin Biolay/Les Cerfs Volants Rose Kennedy (Virgin) 6. Elvis Presley/Kentucky Rain Great Country Songs (RCA) 7. Maria Bethania/Mano Caetano Mojo Club 5 (Motor) 8. Zuco 103/Brazil 2002 Tales Of High Fever (Six Degrees) 9. Wes Montgomery/Goin' Out Of My Head Goin' Out Of My Head (Verve) 10. Francoise Hardy/If You Listen If You Listen (Virgin) 11. Mum Feat. Louis Vertigo/L'Energie Irradiait The Szabotnik 15 (Klein) 12. Morgan/Miss Parker (Dust Brothers Mix) Excursions 2 (Virgin) 13. Spider Harrsion/Beautiful Day The Funky 16 Corners (Stones Throw) 14. Smoove/4 Real The New Testament Of Funk 4 (Acid Jazz) 15. Sesku Roba/Galaxina Fantasy Screw Sesku Roba (Crippled Dick Hot Wax) 16. Caetano Veloso/Maria Bethania Caetano Veloso 1971 (Polygram) 17. Rubin Steiner/Espagnolade Wunderbar Drei/(Platinum) 18. Henry Mancini/Springtime For Hitler The Big Latin Band Of... (RCA) 19. Capa Rezza/Tutto Cio Che C'e (Cool Beat Remix) CD Single (Virgin) 20. Echo/I've Got You Under My Skin 5 Song Sampler (New Line) 21. Karin Krog/Hold Out Your Hand Raindrops, Raindrops (Crippled Dick Hot Wax) 22. The Durutti Column/Otis 24 Hour Party People Soundtrack (FFRR) 23. Mali Music/Sunset Coming On Mali Music (Astralwerks) 24. The Avalanches/Frontier Psychiatrist Since I Left You (Elektra) 25. Morecheeba/The Great London Traffic Warden Massacre Charango (Reprise) 26. Shankar Family + Friends/Dispute + Violence The Bombay Jazz Palace (Outcaste) 27. Mum/Boy Child The Szabotnik 15 (Klein) 28. Mishelle Shaprow/If I Lost You (Remix) King Britt Presents: Scuba Hidden Treasures (Om) 29. Rotary Connection/I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun Les Fluer: The Minnie Ripperton Anthology (Stateside) 30. Lamya/The Woman Who Learning From Falling (J Records) 31. Peace Orchestra/Double Drums (DJ DSL Mix) Peace Orchestra Reset (G-Stone) 32. Les Hommes/Weegee Les Hommes (ESL Music) 33. Departure Lounge/Too Late To Die Young Jetlag Dreams (Instinct) 34. Os Muntantes/Adeus Maria Fulo Tecnicolor (Universal) 35. Renegade Soundwave/Positive ID (Remix Bertrand) Bertrand Begalat The Genius Of (Bungalow) 36. Capitol K/Pillow Island Row (XL Recordings) 37. Air/Sexy Boy (Bertrand Version) Bertrand Begalat The Genius Of (Bungalow) 38. Gal Costa + Gilberto Gil/Namorinho De Portao Gal Costa 1969 (Universal) 39. Idiom Creek/Paved Volcano Blasts Jet Powered, Monkey Navigated (Samplistic) 40. Original Jazz Rockers Meet Volker Kreigel/Zoom Mojo Club The Remix Album (Universal) 41. The Toys/A Lover's Concerto Hard To Find 45's On CD V.5 (Eric) 42.Perrey + Kingsley/A Lover's Concerto The Out Sounds From Way In (Vanguard) 43. The Isleys/Work To Do The Isley Brothers Story V.2 (Rhino) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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