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Spectropop - Digest Number 717

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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)

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Topics in this digest:

      1. A Christmas Gift For You
           From: Team Spectropop 


Message: 1
   Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2002 00:21:14 -0000
   From: Team Spectropop 
Subject: A Christmas Gift For You

Mike Edwards:
> "The DynoVoice Story", now sadly discontinued, was one of my 
> favorite purchases this year. I just wish someone would play 
> Hal Miller's version of "Blessing In Disguise" to musica.

Jeff Lemlich:
> I second that! If anyone has the Hal Miller 45 (a recent spin 
> at the Dome in London), please play it to musica!

Country Paul:
> Would love to hear the 'Tony & Joe' Spector song. Play to 
> musica, please? (Maybe I'll have better luck than usual!)

Jon Cook:
> Does anyone have "I Love Him Like I Love My Very Life" by 
> Ronnie Spector? I greatly enjoy the other tracks Phil Spector 
> and George Harrison worked on with Ronnie, but have never 
> heard this one.

Dear members,

As a special seasonal treat, the three requested tracks are 
now playing at musica:

Hal Miller "Blessing In Disguise" (Amy 920, 1964) Written by 
Bob Crewe & Charles Calello. Arranged by Charles Calello. A 
Bob Crewe Production.

Tony & Joe "Where Can You Be" (Era 1083, 1958) Rare early 
Phil Spector composition.

Ronnie Spector "I Love Him Like I Love My Very Life" 
(unissued acetate, c.1971) Written by Phil Spector, Toni Wine 
& Irwin Levine. Produced by Phil Spector & George Harrison.

Simply click below to listen:


The Spectropop Team

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