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Spectropop - Digest Number 790

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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)


There are 24 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Stu Phillips
           From: Team Spectropop 
      2. Re: The Shadow Nose
           From: Steve Harvey 
      3. Re: Matthew Reid's "Jane"
           From: Billy G Spradlin 
      4. Larry Verne
           From: Doc 
      5. The Jet Set
           From: Steve  
      6. Re: Larry Verne's string of hits
           From: Tom Taber 
      7. Re: Bobby Womack "Lookin' For A Love"
           From: Teri Landi 
      8. Re: Larry Verne / The Lovelites
           From: Andrew Jones 
      9. Re: The Breakaways' Darling tune
           From: Declan Meehan 
     10. Re: The Jet Set
           From: Mikey 
     11. Re: Roy Phillips
           From: Watson Macblue 
     12. Re Judy Henske's Dolphins In the Sea
           From: Hans Ket 
     13. Re: Judy Henske's Dolphins In The Sea
           From: Phil Milstein 
     14. The Peanuts, Anyone?
           From: Jeffery Kennedy 
     15. Re: Breakaways
           From: Norman 
     16. Re: Matthew Reid's "Jane"
           From: Mike Miller 
     17. Re: The Peanuts, Anyone?
           From: Astro 
     18. Nothern Gore
           From: Steve Harvey 
     19. Re: Freddie is alive and well
           From: Roger Kaye 
     20. Re: Stu Phillips
           From: Paul Richards 
     21. Soft As Snow
           From: James Botticelli 
     22. Re: The Jet Set
           From: Steve Harvey 
     23. Charlatans SF; Keillor book; Reid; Valentinos; more
           From: Country Paul 
     24. The Liquid Room 2/16/03
           From: David Ponak 

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Message: 1 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 12:33:50 -0000 From: Team Spectropop Subject: Stu Phillips New at Spectropop Recommends: Stu Who? by Stu Phillips BLUE MOON by those demented Pittsburgh doo-woppers the Marcels, MY DAD by ex-Disney Mouseketeer Paul Petersen, the heavenly JOHNNY ANGEL by Spectropop darling Shelley Fabares, hunky James Darren's GOODBYE CRUEL WORLD... Spot the connection?? Yep, each and every one of these delicious nuggets of pure pop candy was produced by Colpix Records' studio maestro STU PHILLIPS. He also produced Nina Simone and the Ronettes and brainstormed a series of mega-selling albums by the Hollyridge Strings. Like many of his contemporaries, Stu Phillips went on to work in the TV and movie world, scoring 96 episodes of The Fall Guy, and composing the soundtracks of Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls, Buck Rogers and Battlestar Galactica, among many others. To date he has been nominated for four Grammy Awards. Well S'poppers, Stu Phillips now has yet another feather in his cap; the recent publication of his autobiography STU WHO? Is it any good? Mike Edwards says "Yes". Click here to read his review: Enjoy! The S'pop Team Spectropop: Spectacular! Retro! Pop! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 16:16:35 -0800 (PST) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Re: The Shadow Nose Jeff Lemlich: > I have had this on Kapp, but have never seen a Kama > Sutra copy. I seem to recall reading something about the Charlatans being relagated to Kapp when they really wanted to be on Kama Sutra (which has the Lovin' Spoonful). I think Eric Jacobson produced the Charlatans at some point. I don't think it ever came out on Kama Sutra, come to think of it. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 01:01:14 -0000 From: Billy G Spradlin Subject: Re: Matthew Reid's "Jane" Thanks for the info on Matthew Reid - the B-side of "Lollypops" is a nice cover of The 4 Seasons "Cry Myself to Sleep" from their "Born to Wander" LP. I have a 45 on Atlantic by Van Trevor "Tuesday Girl/I Want To Cry" thats produced by Crewe, arrangements by Sid Bass, both sides written by "Boulanger" I wonder if its the same guy? Billy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 22:09:35 -0500 From: Doc Subject: Larry Verne The Mr. Custer LP is great. Doc -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 01:04:35 -0000 From: Steve Subject: The Jet Set Could someone please give some info on The Jet Set and who they are? I cannot find any info on them or the song... Thanks Spectropoppers for your help... -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 08:15:02 -0800 (PST) From: Tom Taber Subject: Re: Larry Verne's string of hits Mr. Verne had a followup called, I believe, "Mr. Livingston" which may have barely charted, and I don't remember ever hearing it. Another, "Abdul's Party", was a big enough hit on WKBW Buffalo that I went out and bought it, and it is one of a handful of records from my ill-spent youth that has disappeared - perhaps accidentally sold at a long ago record show. It was a string of bad jokes, such as "Would you like to join me in a cup of tea?" "Do you think we will both fit?", and his attempts to be admitted by Abdul to his party. The door was probably green, and Jim Lowe had given up trying to gain admittance several years earlier - must have been one hell of a party! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 11:30:23 -0500 From: Teri Landi Subject: Re: Bobby Womack "Lookin' For A Love" Bobster: > Simon White, I recently bought an M- 45 of What Is This? by Bobby Womack. > His late 6Ts output was fantastic! Sounds like another Northern Soul > raver! Now I would kill for his ORIGINAL recording of "Lookin' For A Love" > circa 1969-70! Bob, You will find the original recording of "Lookin' For A Love" (from 1962) on the Sam Cooke SAR Records Story 2CD set. Bobby originally recorded this song with his brothers AKA The Valentinos. There are many of the great recordings that the Womacks made for Sam's label SAR on this set including the original "It's All Over Now" written by Bobby & his sister Shirley. Bobby's innovative guitar work just shines. He re-recorded "LFAL" in 1974 for UA on Lookin' For A Love Again". I too love those Minit label recordings Bobby made in the late 60s with Chips Moman producing. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 11:37:04 -0500 (EST) From: Andrew Jones Subject: Re: Larry Verne / The Lovelites Bob Rashkow: Larry Verne's follow-up to "Mr. Custer" was "Mr. Livingston," with Larry as Henry Stanley. In fact, Larry recorded a whole album of "Mr." songs, titled MISTER ... LARRY VERNE. Also, I love the Lovelites article Very well done as usual, Mick. But I was surprised to read at the very end that Alan Betrock is dead; his book "Girl Groups: The Story of a Sound" was a seminal work of Spectropop scholarship. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 16:52:50 -0000 From: Declan Meehan Subject: Re: The Breakaways' Darling tune I asked: > ...haven't posted for a while, but watching a VHS copy of > DARLING starring Julie Christie and Dirk Bogarde the other > day got me wondering about the girl group track during one > of the party scenes. Forgive my ignorance, but anyone know > it or who it's by? M. Anthony replied: > That darling tune was "Someone To Talk To, Baby" performed > by Britain's greatest girl group, the one and only Breakaways. > Unfortunately, the track was never released on record. The > group's own releases were few and far between. However, at > their peak, they were the busiest session singers in the land... Thanks for replying ! Should of guessed that it was the Breakaways ('Don't be a Baby' being a particular fave) and hoping for a compilation of released and unreleased stuff might be released in the near future as was mentioned on the group some months ago now. Anyone out there know if the Breakaways comp is in the pipeline still? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 12:40:23 -0800 From: Mikey Subject: Re: The Jet Set Steve: > Could someone please give some info on The Jet Set and who they are? > I cannot find any info on them or the song... Thanks Spectropoppers > for your help... >>>>>>>The Jet Set were a folk group in the early 60s. They had a one famous member, for some reason I think it was Roger Mcguinn of the Byrds. Mikey -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 10:14:59 -0800 (PST) From: Watson Macblue Subject: Re: Roy Phillips Dan Hughes, in a very helpful reply to my Roy Phillips inquiry, wrote: > And I found this: When the Peddlers disbanded, Phillips emigrated to > New Zealand and now owns a recording studio in Auckland. > And this:... and the cool organ sounds and strange crooning (by one > Roy Phillips, who is now a taxi driver in New Zealand) These quotes throw up a couple of interesting questions. One is the musical fates of the other two Peddlers. Trevor Morais, the so-good-it- was-scary drummer (eat your heart out, Hal Blaine), went on to work with Bryan Ferry and (oh, gee!) Bjork, and now has a studio in Malaga. Bassist Tab Martin (who sat on a stool and held his bass vertically on his knee - weird) is similarly holed up in Portugal. So how did Roy Phillips wind up driving a cab? I get a strong sense of internal band seismic problems centred around Phillips; anyone who could do what he did to a helpless little song like By The Time I Get To Phoenix almost certainly has a mean streak. (The song is delivered in an arrogant snarl that suggests an airstrike might not be out of the question by the time he gets to Oklahoma). Dan's second quote, however, suggests a more interesting question - if Phillips's singing is "strange crooning," then what constitutes good singing? Someone (I'd like to be reminded *who*) once said that Bryan Ferry sounded like "a subaltern on Talent Night," but he did better than the Peddlers (and look closely at his relationship with the rest of Roxy in the light of what I wrote above). Similarly, if Phillips is a "strange crooner", what's Lou Reed? I was once threatened - I exaggerate not one jot - with physical violence if I didn't switch off Reed's "dooitwitchoo" assault on Kurt Weill's September Song. And exactly how much paper can you put between (say) Celine Dion and (say) Kathy Kirby? As a matter of stone- cold technical fact, Kirby was by far the better singer, but ... Watson -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 18:38:21 +0100 From: Hans Ket Subject: Re Judy Henske's Dolphins In the Sea Fred: > Hans, is "Dolphins In the Sea" (by Judy Henske) the Fred Neil song? Yes it is Fred. You can see/hear the song and record label/credits from the unsurpassed Hans -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 11:10:54 +0000 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: Judy Henske's Dolphins In The Sea Dan Hughes wrote: > Is (Judy Henske's) "Dolphins In the Sea" the Fred Neil song? It is the same song. I think Neil's version had a shorter title, but the song is the same, and Henske's is a pretty faithful rendering. --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 18:18:39 -0000 From: Jeffery Kennedy Subject: The Peanuts, Anyone? I am looking for biographical/career information about the Japanese pop female duo the Peanuts. I've found a terrific Japanese web site dedicated to the pair, but my search for information in English has proven fruitless so far. Some background: The Peanuts made records for 20 years or so, roughly 1957-1977. They covered many American pop hits, including "Johnny Angel, "Johnny Get Angry," "California Dreamin'," and "Proud Mary" (!!!), and they recorded in several languages, including Japanese, English and German. They made at least one appearance on the "Ed Sullivan Show" and released at least one LP in the U.S. They are probably most famous in the U.S. for playing twin fairies in the original "Mothra" movie. I really enjoy the Peanuts CD reissues I've been able to get from Japan, but I know nothing about them, really, not even their names! Any details anyone could provide would be most appreciated. Thanks a million. Jeffery Kennedy San Francisco -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 06:55:56 +1030 From: Norman Subject: Re: Breakaways M. Anthony: > Here's a revamped list of acts on whose recordings the (Breakaways) sang > backing vocals. Can anyone add any names to the list: I am led to believe that when Australian singer Normie Rowe recorded in England The Breakaways were featured backing singers. The tracks recorded in England included Ooh La La and It's Not Easy. So, I suppose Normie can be added to that list. Norman Message: 13 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 00:42:24 +0000 (GMT) From: M. Anthony Subject: Re: Darling tune Declan Meehan wrote: > ...haven't posted for a while, but watching a VHS copy of > DARLING starring Julie Christie and Dirk Bogarde the other > day got me wondering about the girl group track during one > of the party scenes. Forgive my ignorance, but anyone know > it or who it's by? That darling tune was "Someone To Talk To, Baby" performed by Britain's greatest girl group, the one and only Breakaways. Unfortunately, the track was never released on record. The group's own releases were few and far between. However, at their peak, they were the busiest session singers in the land. Here's a Steve Aldo John Andrews Paul Anka Richard Anthony Antoinette Miki Antony Valerie Avon Burt Bacharach Bachelors Long John Baldry Brigitte Bardot Sandra Barry George Bean Madeline Bell Barry Benson Dave Berry Johnny Bev Cilla Black Tony Blackburn Graham Bonney Tony Brook Elkie Brooks Joe Brown Tommy Bruce Jan Burnnette Ethna Campbell Vicki Carr Carter-Lewis & the Southerners Dany Chandelle Chubby Checker Petula Clark Alma Cogan Cindy Cole Glenda Collins Tony Colton Peter Cook & Dudley Moore Tommy Cooper Louise Cordet Ken Cope Harry H. Corbett Chris Curtis John Curtis Alan David Troy Daines Patrick Dane Guy Darrell Alan David Bryan Davies Billie Davis Kiki Dee Carol Deene Jackie DeShannon Lonnie Donegan Diana Dors Donna Douglas Charlie Drake The Dunning Brothers Vince Eager Christine Evans Adam Faith Marianne Faithfull Georgie Fame Bruce Forsyth The Fourmost Fran & Alan Freddie & the Dreamers Billy Fury Gary & the Ariels Giles, Giles & Fripp Linda Graham Julie Grant Lorraine Gray Johnny B. Great Teddy Green Johnny Halliday Francoise Hardy Jet Harris Michael Haslam The Tony Hatch Sound Heinz Jimi Hendrix Robert Henry Susan Holliday Christine Holmes The Honeycombs Mike Hurst Kris Ife Frank Ifield The Interns Bid Dee Irwin Simone Jackson Tony Jackson & the Vibrations Calvin James Jimmy James & the Vagabonds Nicky James Joey & the Gentlemen Jack Jones Janie Jones John Paul Jones Paul Jones Rick Jones Ronnie Jones Salena Jones Samantha Jones Tom Jones Judd Jimmy Justice Eden Kane Barbara Kay Karol Keyes Johnny Kidd Eddie King Kathy Kirby The Koobas Billy J. Kramer Krimson Kake James Last The Lemmings Stevie Lewis Russ Loader Mark London The Long & the Short Debbie Lee Lulu Kenny Lynch Vera Lynn Jackie Lynton Glo Macari The McKinleys Janie Marden Beryl Marsden Jean Martin Millicent Martin Johnny Mathis Susan Maughan Millie Valerie Mitchell Mood Mosaic Zoot Money Bob Monkhouse The Moontrekkers The Motions Matt Munro David Nelson Olivia Newton John Patsy Ann Noble Mally Page Jan Panter Rita Pavone Peanut Peter & Gordon Pinkerton's Assorted Colours Adrienne Poster Brian Poole Yvonne Prenosilova P. J. Proby Christine Quaite Daryl Quist Emma Rede Tawney Reed Lewis Rich Cliff Richard Bobby Rio Julie Rogers Gloria Roma John Rowles Barbara Ruskin Paul & Barry Ryan Bobby Rydell Freddie Ryder Barry St. John Tammy St. John Johnny Sandon Mike Sarne Linda Saxone Helen Shapiro Tony Sheveton Andee Silver Simon & Pi Joan Sims Ray Singer Martha Smith Sounds Incorporated Sheila Southern Dusty Springfield Sue & Sunshine John Summers Victor Sylvester David Symonds Sharon Tandy Eleanor Toner Jackie Trent Twice As Much Frankie Vaughan Dave Ventura The Walker Brothers Dionne Warwick George E. Washington Tony Washington Dilys Watling John L. Watson & the Hummelflugs Marty Wilde Mike & Bernie Winters Mark Wirtz Mark Wynter By the way, I'll be contacting the winner(s) of my little Soul Quiz off list. M. Anthony -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 16:36:54 -0500 From: Mike Miller Subject: Re: Matthew Reid's "Jane" Hey Billy Actually, it's funny, but the Four Seasons were the ones who covered the tune "Cry Myself To Sleep" as although it was written by Bob Gaudio; it was first recorded by Matthew Reid on Topix records in 1961, a full 3 years before the "Born To Wander" LP. The Four Seasons appear on the original recording by Reid, but only in backup roles. Van Trevor is definitely an artist of his own and should not be confused with Matthew Reid (aka D.C. Larue). he had quite a few recordings of which at least 2 singles were produced by Crewe in the early 60s. doowopdaddy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:13:10 -0500 From: Astro Subject: Re: The Peanuts, Anyone? Jeffery Kennedy: > I really enjoy the Peanuts CD reissues I've been able to get from > Japan, but I know nothing about them, really, not even their names! Though it is in Japanese, this Peanuts website is FANTASTIC!!!: I can't read Japanaese, but I've explored this site using babelfish, and with a little creative guesswork (and a LOT of tolerance for clumsy computer translation!) I was able to get a lot out of this site from bios to career highlights, filmography (yes they did much more than Mothra movies!!) and discography. One neat fact is that they were on the Ed Sullivan show, and I keep watching "Best of Sullivan" on PBS hoping against hope that their appearance comes up. Oh, and I forgot to add that their names are Emi and Umi (sometimes spelled Yumi) Ito (sometimes I see them credited as The Peanut Sisters) Astro Hope this helps Astro -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:09:40 -0800 (PST) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Nothern Gore Can anyone tell me what Lesley Gore tune was considered Northern Soul? Is this a cruel hoax? I love her stuff, but never considered it soul. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 22:56:08 -0000 From: Roger Kaye Subject: Re: Freddie is alive and well JB: > The group is called The Spirit of Atlanta. Buddah Records > LP. BDS 5135 ST. 1973. It has recently been reissued. "Freddie > Is Alive And Well" was also issued as a single in 1974. Did > not place on the Soul Charts in the U.S. It's very orchestrally > funky and bears no melodic resemblance to "Freddie's Dead". > Highly recommended uptempo funkiness at this address. Thanks JB. I bet I first heard this spun on the Sugar Shack all those years ago. Great tune. Now that I know who did it I'll have to track it down once the snow melts. Can you help me out with another answer song /rewrite - this one is a version of Edwin Starr's "War", but the chant is "Crime" this time. No luck figuring this one out and haven't heard it in years. -- RK -- -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 18:27:36 EST From: Paul Richards Subject: Re: Stu Phillips Stu rules the school! 'Stu Who?' is a great story of a great composer, thoroughly recommended.Rock on Stu! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 21:52:27 -0500 From: James Botticelli Subject: Soft As Snow To the Spectropopper who over a year ago sent me a CD-R called "Soft As Snow": I became aware of the collection's brilliance today. Also, any word on the Spectropop NYC Party? Just back from a blizzard there. It was wonderful. It didn't hurt that I found The Walker Brothers double CD from Holland either! -- James Botticelli Member: The Easy Rebellion Will I get discovered before I get found out? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:03:50 -0800 (PST) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Re: The Jet Set I thought the Jet Set was the embryonic Byrds: Clark, McGuinn and Crosby. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 01:52:55 -0500 From: Country Paul Subject: Charlatans SF; Keillor book; Reid; Valentinos; more Steve Harvey: > Al Linkletter had a hootenanny album with various acts > including David and the Balladeers. Actually it was JACK Linkletter, host of ABC-TV's "Hootenanny" series and son of ART. (Is Al the "missing Linkletter"?!?) And Steve, I have the probably more familiar Charlatans (SF) 45, Van Dyke Parks' "High Coin" on Phillips, also with a picture sleeve. A friend who was in SF in '67 said they were excellent live and are unjustly forgotten. > The Shadow Knows was not the band's choice for the single. > It was supposed to be Buffy Saint Marie's Codeine Your reference reminds me of the excellent version by Matthew Moore Plus Four on White Whale (#223, I believe). Stylistically related to the Nitzsche/Henske "Dolphins" (yes, the Fred Neil song). Thanks for posting it, Martin! George Leonard: > How would you evaluate Garrison Keilor's classic book, WBLT, a > Radio Romance? .... "Spectropop: an Internet Romance." > We never realize we're in "history" until later. I'd discuss the book with you on- or off-list, but I confess I hadn't even heard about it until now. But, about your comment regarding this group: There have been times in my life that in the process of doing something - being at WBRU helping to create freeform radio, doing it and starving for a living at WHCN, and some personal stuff, I've realized in some of those unique moments that they will become "the good old days" I'll be looking back on later. There have been a couple of times in the couple of years I've been proudly associated with this group that I've had the same feelings about it. (And comments like those of the Lovelites only reinforce that feeling.) Mike Miller, thank you for the Matthew Reid info. I'm finding "Jane" to be quite delightful on repeated listening, especially with the Seasons' beautiful and rich back-ups. I also have "Lollipops Went Out of Style," which I think is a bit too cute but still very well done. Dan Hughes, I'm very happy to stand corrected about Larry Verne. Obviously rumors of his passing were greatly exaggerated! (Guess I'd better get myself the Billboard One-Hit Wonders book.) Bob Rashkow: > I would kill for [Bobby Womack's] ORIGINAL recording of "Lookin' > For A Love" circa 1969-70! The actual original is on SAR/Abkco Records' 2-CD box, "Sam Cooke's SAR Records Story," recorded 2/28/62 in Chicago by The Valentinos (Bobby; Cecil; Curtis; Friendly, Jr.; and Harry Womack) as SAR S132. Bobby sang lead, as he did on the more familiar "It's All Over Now" (recorded 3/24/64 in Hollywood), SAR S154. Both are produced by Sam Cooke, and are wonderful! Finally: RIP Johnny Paycheck at age 64 today, from emphysema and asthma. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 09:05:01 -0800 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 2/16/03 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 Please join me this coming weekend (Feb 22/23) for a special Black History Month edition of the Liquid Room. The following week (March 1/2), I'll be joined for a live in studio performance by local buzz band, The 88 The Liquid Room 2/16/03 1.The Association/Come On In Birthday (WB) 2.The Mike Flowers Pops/Velvet Underground Medley A Groovy Place (Fontana-UK) 3.David Alexandre Winter/Qu'est-ce Que J'ai Danse! Spinout 60's (Universal Music-Japan) 4.The 88/How Good It Could Be Kind Of Light (EMK) 5.The Turtles/Guide For The Married Man The Turtles Anthology (Rhino) 6.Mello Cads/Soapland Soft As A Rock (Franklin Castle) 7.The Negro Problem/Bermuda Love Triangle Welcome Black (Smile) 8.New Order/Thieves Like Us International (Rhino) 9.Karminsky Experience Inc./The Wayward Camel The Power Of Suggestion (POB-UK) 10.The Wondermints/On The Run Mind If We Make Love To You (Smile) 11.The Association/Birthday Morning The Association Anthology (Rhino) 12.Lemon Jelly/Soft Nice Weather For Ducks (single b-side) (XL-UK) 13.The Four Seasons/C'Mon Marianne The Very Best Of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (Rhino) 14.The Human League/The Black Hit Of Space Travelogue (Caroline) 15.Houston Wells And The Marksmen/North Wind Joe Meek-The Alchemist Of Pop (Castle-UK) 16.The Frank Popp Ensemble/The Catwalk The Sound Of Garden (Philter-Japan) 17.The Turtles/She's My Girl The Turtles Anthology (Rhino) 18.Primal Scream/Autoban 66 Evil Heat (Sony) 19.Scott Walker/On Your Own Again Scott 4 (Phillips-UK) 20.Royksopp/Remind Me (Ernest St. Laurent Moonfish Mix) Melody A.M. (Astralwerks) 21.Tom Jones/I Who Have Nothing Mr. Jones (V2-UK) 22.New Order/Touched By The Hand Of God (Original 12") International (Rhino) 23.Puffy/Tokyo Nights Nice (Sony-UK) 24.Simian/When I Go We Are Your Friends (Astralwerks) 25.Katerine/Le Soleil Suffit 8eme Ciel (Universal France) 26.The Association/Goodbye Forever The Association Anthology (Rhino) 27.The Association/Goodbye Columbus The Association Anthology (Rhino) 28.Seksu Roba/Intersexual Overdrive Eenie Meenie Sampler (Eenie Meenie) 29.Qypthone/On The Pallette Montuno No. 5 (Happiness-Japan) 30.The Polyphonic Spree/Hanging Around (single) (679-UK) 31.Elektel/Better Living For Better Kindness Space Travel With Teddy Bear (Sucre-Japan) 32.Gal Costa/Objeto Sim, Objet Nao Gal Costa (Phillips-Japan) 33.Casino Vs. Japan/Summer Clip Whole Numbers Play The Basics (Carpark) 34.The Wondermints/Ride Mind If We Make Love To You (Smile) 35.The Four Seasons/Opus 17 The Very Best Of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (Rhino) 36.Mello Cads/To Put Up With You Soft As A Rock (Franklin Castle) 37.The Negro Problem/Watering Hole Welcome Black (Smile) 38.New Order/Shell Shock International (Rhino) 39.Paul Williams/Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On Someday Man (Reprise) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------

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