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Spectropop - Digest Number 633

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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)

There are 20 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Bob Welch
           From: Dan Hughes 
      2. Re: Sounds Inc.
           From: Eddy Smit 
      3. Re: Christmas Songs
           From: Ron 
      4. Re: Who killed Teddy Bear/ Bunny Lake
           From: Elisabeth K 
      5. Re: Who killed Teddy Bear/ Bunny Lake
           From: Xavier 
      6. Lala Brooks
           From: David A. Young  
      8. Vintage C&W
           From: Neil Hever 
      9. Re: Instrumentals
           From: Robofthemusic 
     10. Coupla Quickies
           From: Bob Rashkow 
           From: Mick Patrick 
     12. I Saw Her Again
           From: Ken Silverwood 
     13. Alzo & ... Uddin? or Udine?
           From: zombie7123 
     14. RE: Coupla Quickies
           From: David Parkinson 
     15. Upgraded Shangs
           From: Mark Frumento 
     16. Reality Check -- "Girl Groups" Is Not "War and Peace"
           From: John Clemente 
     17. Re: Vintage C&W
           From: Nick Archer 
     18. Re: Alzo & Uddin? .....or Udine?
           From: James Botticelli 
     19. Re: Alzo & Uddin? .....or Udine?
           From: zombie7123 
     20. The Liquid Room 10/13/02
           From: David Ponak 


Message: 1
   Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 06:45:31 -0500
   From: Dan Hughes 
Subject: Re: Bob Welch

Country Paul asks, "Whatever happened to Bob Welch?"

Paul, you can ask him: contact me off-list for his email 
address or visit his website:

Around the block with Bob Welch--Short Bio

Grew up in Hollywood CA. Father produced Bob Hope comedies 
like "Son Of Paleface," and "Sorrowful Jones" for Paramount 
Pictures. "Paleface" is Hope's favorite picture...Mother 
"Tempy" worked in radio with Orson Welles and Boris Karloff.. 
1st band, "The Seven Souls" had top 40 single on Okeh Records 
in 1966. "Mavericks Flat" the Crenshaw club where "Souls were 
house band is now an official "historic site" in LA..... 

Joined Fleetwood Mac in 1971. Wrote, sang, and played guitar 
on 5 Fleetwood Mac albums. One of many compositions for the Mac, 
"Hypnotized" becomes an "FM radio" standard. 

Formed the group PARIS in 1975 with Glenn Cornick (Jethro Tull's 
bass player) Thom Mooney (X Todd Rundgren ) and Hunt Sales 
(X David Bowie's "Tin Machine", X Iggy Pop). Recorded "French 
Kiss" album in 1977, generating 3 top 10 hit singles: 
"Sentimental Lady", "Ebony Eyes", "Hot Love Cold World". 2nd 
solo album, "Three Hearts" has 2 hits, "Precious Love", and 

1982, Welch is making a lot of money, and is hanging around 
with Izzy Stradlin and Paul Adler from Guns N' Roses, who are 
rehearsing in his garage, much to the annoyance of neighbor, 
Mrs. Stupnagle. 1983, becomes heroin addict in spite of himself, 
spends 5 weeks in coma at Cedars Sinai hospital. Needless to say, 
this is rather expensive. Sees writing on wall. Kicks heroin in 
1985, gets the hell out of Los Angeles. 

Forms band "Avenue M" in Phoenix AZ in 1989, and tours from 
LA to Chicago. Moves to Nashville TN in 1992, has songwriting 
cuts on Kenny Rogers album, Don Nix album, Lawson and Friends 
release, cut in HBO movie, song on Bruce Channel album, song 
"Future Games" in "Almost Famous" Cameron Crowe film..

Does 1st online music interview for Compuserve midi music forum
...1999 ; records "Bop Welch Looks At Bop" album for Cigar Music, 
loves it, hopes you will too! 

Starting 2001 has monthly column at artist with fellow 
columnists Alan Parsons, Al Schmidt, Glenn Meadows and Fred Bogert.. 

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Message: 2 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 14:47:54 +0200 From: Eddy Smit Subject: Re: Sounds Inc. Ken Silverwood: > Just coming back off the school run when on the radio > came "Got to get you into my life" by The Beatles, and > I suddenly remembered that Sounds Inc. provided the brass > /horns for this track. Or did I dream it? Sorry to burst that bubble, but according to Lewisohn (May 18, 1966 entry on page 79) the horns on Got to get you into my life were played by Eddie Thornton (trumpet), Peter Coe (tenor sax) (both of Georgie Fame's Blue Flames) and session musicians Ian Hamer (trumpet), Les Condon (trumpet) and Alan Branscombe (tenor sax). Eddy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 13:48:59 -0000 From: Ron Subject: Re: Christmas Songs "Hurry Home For Christmas" by Steve and Eydie (the original single, not the remake with Arthur Fiedler) was always a favorite of mine. Sad to read about the death of Ray Conniff. His Christmas albums were always heavily played around our house at Christmas time. Ron -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 14:25:13 -0000 From: Elisabeth K Subject: Re: Who killed Teddy Bear/ Bunny Lake Bill Craig wrote: > The posts about the film Who Killed Teddy Bear brought to mind the > reworking of their Just Out Of Reach that The Zombies did as promo > for the flim Bunny Lake Is Missing. I think they changed the lyric > to "come on time" meaning that you had to get to the theatre before > the movie started or you wouldn't be let in.Does anyone remember > this and or know if there's any where to hear it, or download it, > or buy it? "Come on Time" can be found on the rarities disc from "Zombie Heaven", the 4 disc box set put out by Ace/Big Beat several years ago. I *love* Bunny Lake is Missing! Just wish I'd remembered to bring my VHS copy along when I moved from Canada...sigh. elisabeth xx -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 15:01:52 -0000 From: Xavier Subject: Re: Who killed Teddy Bear/ Bunny Lake Bill Craig: > The posts about the film Who Killed Teddy Bear brought to mind the > reworking of their Just Out Of Reach that The Zombies did as promo > for the flim Bunny Lake Is Missing. I think they changed the lyric > to "come on time" meaning that you had to get to the theatre before > the movie started or you wouldn't be let in.Does anyone remember > this and or know if there's any where to hear it, or download it, > or buy it? That rejiggered promo tune as well as the original ("Just Out Of Reach") are both on the Zombies' box set ZOMBIE HEAVEN. I'd recommend just buying 'HEAVEN anyway--one of the best and most consistently pleasing box sets I own...hardly a clunker out of all the songs on all four discs. Xavier -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 16:56:47 -0000 From: David A. Young Subject: Lala Brooks Greetings, earthlings, Before the Lala thread cools, I'm curious whether any Spectropoppers out there managed to snag her 1996 CD "Lala Brooks and Friends," apparently now out of print. Never released in the U.S., the CD, according to my Web research, yielded a number one gospel hit in South Africa, "I'm a Believer" (not the Monkees song). If anybody has this and would be willing to record a copy for me, please contact me off list. Meanwhile, I thought that Lala completists who aren't already aware of it might like to know that she (beautifully) handles lead vocals on one song on a 1999 various-artists Christmas CD ponderously entitled "Ann Ruckert Presents Home for the Holidays: A Multi-Cultural Celebration of Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah." The song is "Where Does Christmas Go?"; the only place I know to buy the CD is at Amazon. David A. Young -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 20:27:02 -0000 From: Neil Hever Subject: Vintage C&W Poppers, Well, here I go again. If you recall, I posted questions regarding some Girl group acetates recently. The jury is still out on the mystery songs by the way! Now I have about 150 vintage acetates from Miriam Horn and the Radio Rangers, a local country music act that was active here in Pennsylvania between 1947 and 1954. The recordings were made mostly at local radio stations and are quite good. There may be some national acts in there too! I'm going to archive the best material and preserve the original recordings. My question then is can anyone direct me to a good web group regarding vintage C&W and Hillbilly style music? I don't know what to do with this trove of music once it is transcribed. Best wishes, Neil Hever P.S. This is a great site. Thanks for all the entertaining discussion! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 20:44:59 -0000 From: Robofthemusic Subject: Re: Instrumentals Greetings All! I have been catching up on recent messages, and I was interested in others favourite instrumentals. I have included my top 10. Not in any order: 1) Pipeline The Chantays 2) Hit & Miss John Barry 7 3) Telstar Tornadoes 4 Sleepwalk Santo & Johnny 5) A Touch of Velvet, A Sting of Brass Mood Mosaic 6) Walk Don't Run The Ventures 7) The Horse Cliff Nobles & Co. 8) Groovin' Booker T & the MG's 9) Apache The Shadows 10)Sucu Sucu Laurie Johnson. Robofthemusic -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 18:06:42 -0400 From: Bob Rashkow Subject: Coupla Quickies Tom Rapp live in Boston--Wow, man!! Did he do Translucent Carriages? If only we could be in 5 places at once......Question Number Final: Are "The Reflections" who perform a song in "Winter A-Go-Go" the Detroit group on Golden World etc., I know there were about 4 or so bands with this name in the 6Ts......BTW it's sad to hear that Ray Conniff is gone, he lent his musical talents to many a movie soundtrack and MOR album. Bobster -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 23:40:23 +0100 From: Mick Patrick Subject: Re: HONEY BEES / ROCKY FELLERS / CAROLE KING Mike C: > ...The Honey Bees might not be The Honey Bees? What a stinger this one is. > Hopefully a memo will go out with a report to follow. While speaking about > tricky voices or voices that trick, I ask the voice expert to please listen > to that glorious 'hidden' track on the Rocky Fellers cd with me and tell me, > tell me, tell me ring, that it isn't really Carole King. Another take, > perhaps she sing? Hi Mike, They made me hand back my badge, darn it, but my Carole King investigations continue regardless. John Clemente, author of "Girl Groups" (you DO have a copy, don't you?), has talked to Margaret Ross of the Cookies about the Honey Bees. Ms Ross declared to John that it was she and the Cookies who performed "She Don't Deserve You" and "One Wonderful Night", released as by the Honey Bees (Fontana 1939). However, she insists that no members of the Cookies are present on the Honey Bees' other single, "Some Of Your Lovin'" b/w "You Turn Me On Boy" (Fontana 1505). I'm sure what she says is true. I've listened to "School Bells Are Ringing", the hidden bonus track on the Rocky Fellers' "Look At Killer Joe Go" CD (Westside WESA 898), until I'm blue in the face and I'm still having trouble deciding if it's one of the group singing lead or Carole King herself. If it is Carole, it's a different take to her Dimension single, although the music tracks are identical, right down to the Cookies' backing vocals. However, I can confirm that the track came rom a Scepter Records mastertape identified as being by the Rocky Fellers. Eddie and Albert Maligmat of the Rocky Fellers are alive, well and still singing in Hawaii. I tried to track them down through their agent for an interview for the CD booklet without success. MICK PATRICK -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 23:41:41 +0100 From: Ken Silverwood Subject: I Saw Her Again Eddy Smit: > Sorry to burst that bubble, but according to Lewisohn > (May 18, 1966 entry on page 79) the horns on "Got to > get you into my life" were played by Eddie Thornton > (trumpet), Peter Coe (tenor sax) (both of Georgie Fame's > Blue Flames) and session musicians Ian Hamer (trumpet), > Les Condon (trumpet) and Alan Branscombe (tenor sax). Thanks Eddy, it's nice to dream sometimes. Buttt! I didn't dream this............ On my copy of the self titled LP Mamas & Papas on US Dunhill the song "I Saw Her Again" has a run time of 2 mins 50 secs, my RCA copy of the single UK release also has the same time. But today I heard a version which repeated the strings part just before the lead singer starts in too soon. I have also seen mp3,s which have a run time of 3mins 15 secs and on a listen are this "new" version. Is this a new phenomena, or has it been "modernised", because now I will have to wait before I decide to make my mistake or wait an extra 25secs. Yours dreamily Ken On The West Coast -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 22:48:40 -0000 From: zombie7123 Subject: Alzo & ... Uddin? or Udine? I own a 7" 45rpm single by a group called Alzo & Uddin (Steed Records 45-705). The name is clearly spelled exactly as "Alzo & Uddin", which is confirmed by the songwriting credits: the A side is "So Down" written by "A. Affunti" (I presume that's Alzo), and the B side is "Sitting in the Park" written by "A. Affrunti-N. Uddin". Both songs are so great that I've been searching for more music by Alzo & Uddin. The reason I'm posting is that I have found nothing except a couple of reissue compilation CDs with a few songs by a group called "Alzo & Udine". I assume this is the same group (I haven't heard the other songs yet), but I wonder: why is the spelling is different for "Uddin"? I've done a lot of detailed web searches, and all references to the group spell it as "Udine", and never ever as "Uddin". I wouldn't be particularly mystified except that, since I physically have in my hands an actual artifact from the era (I'd guess about 1968) that spells it as "Uddin", my only guess is that whoever released the reissue misspelled the name, and everyone's been replicating the misspelling since then. But considering the obsessiveness over precision and detail in the collectors/oldies community, how can this be? How is "Uddin/Udine" spelled actually? Or did they inexplicably change the spelling at some point? And did they release any other singles? Both "So Down" and "Sitting in the Park" are all-time classic overlooked nuggets that seem to have fallen through the cracks of history. Thanks. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 15:58:30 -0700 From: David Parkinson Subject: RE: Coupla Quickies Bob Rashkow: > Tom Rapp live in Boston--Wow, man!! > Did he do Translucent Carriages? As a matter of fact, he opened with "Translucent Carriages" (from the great album Balaklava (1968)). He also did "Another Time" and "Drop Out" from One Nation Underground (1967); "I Saw The World", also from Balaklava; "Frog In The Window" and "Green & Blue" from These Things Too (1969), "The Jeweler", "The Riegal", and "Rocket Man" from The Use Of Ashes (1970). There may have been one or two others I'm forgetting. (He also did a very short and very acerbic little piece about Abe Lincoln and Dubya.) As I suppose everyone on this list knows, there are few things sweeter than seeing someone who might be considered "obscure" or "forgotten" playing to a room of devoted admirers. Here is someone whose songs are wonderful slices of mystery and beauty, and probably about 1 in 100000 Americans has even heard of him. And yet, everyone knows of Mariah Carey. Sigh. David -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 20:31:06 -0400 From: Mark Frumento Subject: Upgraded Shangs As a current owner of RPM's Myrmidons of Melodrama - "the original version" I lifted the "upgraded" version out of CD rack with a certain degree of scepticism. I was dead set on NOT be lured in by the claims of improved packaging and sound. Then I turned the package over and got hooked by the photo on the back - one of the best photos of a pop group, ever. Off to the cash register I go to prove my wife right yet again: I waste money on CDs. However, in this world of irrational things I defend my actions as follows: 1) It's a great CD and it is worth having two 2) That photo 3) This really is an upgrade in every sense of the word. It isn't essential that you buy it. No new tracks have been discovered to unfairly lure you in. It's just, well, better. The stereo versions of several songs make it sound like the girls are right in front of you. And the new packaging is superb. While I'm partial to the kitschy look of the first version it really betrays the quality of the music inside. In this version there is less memorabilia but what is there is clearer and doesn't detract from Mick Patrick's wonderful essay. All is very clean and more serious. The music is the same - a group of wonderful pop songs proving a wider range of material than I ever expected. 4) That photo (again, only larger, on the front of the liner notes) If you don't already own this CD (or even if you do), get it. The Shangri-Las transend the girl group sound if ever a group transended a sound. They were a great pop group and this package proves it. Nice job Mick and anyone else involved. (If this doesn't make the "Spectropop Recommends" I'll eat my first copy!) In related matters... Phil M. - I really liked your article in Ugly Things (on the Shangri-Las 1977 reunion). I can honestly say that had I been interviewed before Andy Paley I would have gotten the job (of course assuming that I had AP's musical talent). Sad that nothing ever came of the reunion but your telling of the story is in the dramatic spirit of the Shangri-Las music. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 00:34:08 -0400 From: John Clemente Subject: Reality Check -- "Girl Groups" Is Not "War and Peace" Hello All, This is for my critic in Oakland, CA who rated my book at He seems to be out of focus on why "Girl Groups" exists. Please let me state that I don't care if you like my writing or not. I'm not a writer by trade. This was my starting point. I'm not trying to reach you for that reason. The reason why I'm writing this is because you seem annoyed by my fervor for the subject matter. No, there were almost no negative comments pertaining to the artists' material in my book. Why? I didn't see the need for it. My main concerns were to report on a genre that I truly adore (yes, I do think they are all, to use your wording, "fa-a-abulous") and to tell the stories of people who have been mainly forgotten by so-called Rock & Roll historians. Many of these artists, no longer in the music business, and some, I might add, who have fallen on hard times invited me into their homes with the hope that finally someone will get down the history correctly. Many have kept in touch. I'm a collector and a fan of the genre, not a critic. I am not without my favorites, however. I am also not without my critics. You've been blinded. I've already received criticism for not including groups like The Secrets or Poni-Tails. I was limited to 60 groups. Do you think I would leave out lesser known groups like The Clickettes, Socialites or Teardrops in favor of others? Not on your life! Do I think everything by The Clickettes is wonderful? Do I think that everything by The Teardrops is wonderful? Yes, I do! Do other girl group fans? I don't know. I don't care! Decisions had to be made. For my taste, leaving out groups like The Poni-Tails was a no-brainer, but please let me say that just because I don't like apple pie, it doesn't mean that apple pie isn't good. What I basically did was to write about the groups I liked the most. As for my incomplete discographies, try mentioning where I have recordings listed that most people didn't even know existed. I guess when you fail to find them in your "reliable" sources, you can come back to my book. I see that you caught the chatter about Reparata & The Delrons on this site. Was I familiar with all their material? No. Am I a drooling fan of all their material? No. And that make my reporting dishonest? I take offense to that. (By the way, you misquoted me). You must have skipped over my foreword. There you might have discovered that these articles were approved by the artists. If there was anything significant left out of The Angels piece, they obviously didn't think so. Thank you for thinking I've achieved god-like status. I merely see it as congratulations and approval from my peers. I wasn't looking to be the next Rex Reed of girl group music. Hmmm! I smell sour grapes here. If you think the definitive book still needs to be written or if you want "critiques" of all the music concerning degrees of musical quality, write your own book (what are you waiting for, I can give you all the contact info) and say things like how every song recorded in New York stinks because the studio had the quality of a garage, all the girls sang through their noses (because they're from Noo Yawk, and some singers sang flat out off-key. Idiosyncracies like that are what made the records great. I don't know what it is your looking for. If you'd like to discuss this further, e-mail me privately, I'll be happy to oblige. P.S. You're correct about one thing. The editing could have been better. But please don't be such a snob. Not everyone writes to be on the bestseller list. The company designed the cover. This is to all the people who supported me in my efforts. If I haven't said it before, "THANK YOU". I hope "Girl Groups" served the purpose for which it was intended. Yours truly, John Clemente -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 20:08:30 -0500 From: Nick Archer Subject: Re: Vintage C&W Neil Hever: > My question then is can anyone direct me to a good web > group regarding vintage C&W and Hillbilly style music? I don't know > what to do with this trove of music once it is transcribed. Contact Alan Stoker at the Country Music Foundation here in Nashville. He is in charge of restoration, and can point you to anyone else in the Foundation that you may need. He regularly does work for Bear Family and Rhino on vintage acts. He also did a great job cleaning up my yellow 78 of "The Do Bee Song" from the Romper Room TV show that I found at the flea market. Nick Archer Nashville TN Check out Nashville's classic SM95 on the web at -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 19:30:26 -0400 From: James Botticelli Subject: Re: Alzo & Uddin? .....or Udine? Previously: > Both "So Down" and "Sitting in the Park" are > all-time classic overlooked nuggets that seem to have fallen > through the cracks of history. Is "Sitting In The Park" the same song Chubby Chicago Soulster Billy Stewart sang in '65? "Sittin' in the park waitin for ooooooo-oo-oo-sha la la la.. Yes I'm sittin' right here, waitin' for you my dear, wonderin' if you're ever gonna show. Somethin' tells me I'm a fool......etc". If so, its still pretty well respected on Soul Dusty Radio Playlists, as it was also recorded in '79 by GQ and again in '80 by Bobby Thurston. All versions respectable, but would love to feast on the Udine ;-) version. JB -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 08:14:35 -0000 From: zombie7123 Subject: Re: Alzo & Uddin? .....or Udine? > Is "Sitting In The Park" the same song Chubby Chicago > Soulster Billy Stewart sang in '65? "Sittin' in the park > waitin for ooooooo-oo-oo-..." No, actually, it's a totally different song, in a totally different style. This one's more like precision-crafted percussive/harmonic power pop than Billy Stewart-style soul. Closer, in fact, to a psychedelic bubblegum sound halfway between The Small Faces and The Flying Machine -- or the Sunshine Company and Arthur Lee & Love. "Sitting in the Park" is relentlessly cheerful and upbeat, yet somehow with an ironic sinister undertone. "So Down" is the opposite: completely negative, yet strangely exhilarating. (It also, I believe, holds the record for the most "down"s in the lyrics of any song.) A very interesting side A/side B combination. Speaking of which: has it ever been resolved which song has the most "No"s: "Land of 1,000 Dances" by Cannibal & the Headhunters, or "Break Away" by Irma Thomas/Jackie De Shannon? I suppose the answer must be well-known. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 14:12:14 -0700 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 10/13/02 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 10/13/02 Tony Tucci: guest host in The Liquid Room Contact Tony: 1. Brian Eno/On Some Faraway Beach Here Come The Warm Jets (EG) 2. Stevie Wonder/Maybe Your Baby Talking Book (Universal/Motown) 3. Katerine/Bonjour French Musique Universelle (Universal France) 4. Sunaga't Experience + Jackson 5/The Love You Save Soul Source Jackson 5 Remixes 2 (Polydor) 5. Dee Felice Trio/Oh Happy Day In Heat (Bethlehem) 6. Fun Lovin' Criminals/Back On The Block 100% Colombian (Capitol) 7. Nicole Willis/Heed The Sign Soul Makeover (Sahko) 8. Electrocugat/Promenade Visconti Con Hielo (Plastic) 9. Tom Ze/Camelo Tom Ze 1968 (Sony Brazil) 10. Ladytron/Blue Jeans Light + Magic (Emperor Norton) 11. Isley Brothers/Fire + Rain Givin It Back (Epic Legacy) 29 Smokey + Miho/Ocean In Your Eyes Smokey + Miho EP (Afro Samba) 13. Audio Sponge/Theme From A Summer Place Sketch Show (Cutting Edge) 14. Gambia/Streamer Dub Plates From The Lamp 2 (Pork) 15. Don Sebesky/Guru-vin' Mojo Club Dancefloor Jazz V.5 (Motor) 16. The Second Thought/Slingshot The Rustler Presents: Because Your Funky (Lo) 17. Hefner/Level Green (Blue States Mix) Coming Home 2 (Stereo Deluxe) 18. Block 16/And Voo Doo Morning Sun (Nuphonic) 19. Gabin/It Don't Mean A Thing CD Single (Virgin Italy) 20. Juana Molina/Tres Cosas Tres Cosas (JM) 21. The Association/Babe I'm Gonna Leave You Just The Right Sound (Rhino) 22. Mum/Boychild The Szabotnik 15 Mission (Klein) 23. Entre Rios/Primero De Enero Idioma Suave (Elefant) 24. At Jazz/It's Complete (Chateau Flight Rmx) Chateau Flight Remixent (Versatile) 25. The Blackbyrds/Rock Creek Park Street Grooves (Fantasy) 26. Rita Lee/And I Love Her Build Up (Universal Brazil) 27. Jazzanova/No Use Soul Sessions 2 (Giant Step) 28. Fantastic Plastic Machine/Todos Os Desejos (Rmx) King Britt Presents: Scuba Hidden Treasures (Om) 29 Chico Buarque/Construcao Construcao (Polygram) 30. Electric Brother/Tristete Electric Brother (Ya Basta/Yama Studios) 31. Capitol K/Pillow Island Row (XL/Beggars) 32. Os 3 Morais/Freio Aerodinamico Os 3 Morais/EMI 33. Ralph Myerz + The Jack Herren Band/Nikita A Special Ep (Emperor Norton) 34. Polyphonic Spree/Tracks #6 + #7 The Beginning Stages of... (Good) 35. George Sarah/Pop Up First Compilation (Electric Monkey) 36. Roger Webb/Exotica Luke Viberts Further Nuggets (Lo) 37. Gaby Novak/Caravan Balkan Express (Cosmic Sounds) 38. The Who/Happy Jack (Acoustic Version) 4-Track Collectors Bonus Disc (Universal/MCA) 39. Julie Cruise/Slow Hot Wind The Art Of Being A Girl (Water) 40. Tahiti 80/Wallpaper For The Soul Wallpaper For The Soul (Minty Fresh) 41. Massive Attack/Karmacoma (Portishead Experience) Singles Box (Circa) 42. Serge Gainsbourg/Cargo Culte Histoire De Melody Nelson (Philips) 43. Henry Mancini/The Good The Bad + The Ugly The Big Latin Band Of... (RCA) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------

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