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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)


There are 25 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Help Finding Wirtz Productions
           From: Mark Frumento 
      2. Re: My Name Is Michael
           From: Dan Hughes 
      3. Re: Spin-O-Rama, Coronet  and Design
           From: Paul Urbahns 
      4. Kit Stewart takes one last walk down that Country Road.
           From: Steve Harvey 
      5. Re: The Cuff Links - Tracy album confusion
           From: Paul Urbahns 
      6. Re: Stoned
           From: Frank 
      7. unanswered question.
           From: Rich 
      8. Re: Organs R Us
           From: Philip Pelgrom 
      9. Julie Rogers Italian Songs
           From: Steve 
     10. Wayne Newton
           From: Michael Edwards 
     11. Re: RIP Adam Faith
           From: Ken Silverwood 
     12. Re: Round Robin & Yvonne Carroll
           From: Mikey 
     13. Organs R Us
           From: Mike Edwards 
     14. Aldon Music
           From: Andrew Jones 
     15. tikki, takki, suzy, lies
           From: Michael Robson 
     16. Re: Organs R Us
           From: John Fox 
     17. Re: A question for Mike Rashkow
           From: Patrick Rands 
     18. Re: Nanker-Phelge royalties
           From: Phil Milstein 
     19. Re: wayne newton
           From: James Botticelli 
     20. Re: Adam Faith
           From: Alan Warner 
     21. Box Tops
           From: Doc 
     22. David Sandler/Brian Wilson/Am.Spring
           From: Kingsley Abbott 
     23. Re: Canada and British Rock
           From: Billy G Spradlin 
     24. Metropolitan Soul on Soul 24-7 playlist 9th March 2003
           From: Simon White 
     25. The Liquid Room 3/02/03
           From: David Ponak 

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Message: 1 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 02:01:23 -0000 From: Mark Frumento Subject: Help Finding Wirtz Productions Anyone with a vast 45 collection may be able to help me locate the following Mark Wirtz projects. Please write me off-list if you can help me with: Jan Panter - One Fool to Another (unreleased?) The Karlins - It's Good to Be Around/The Spinning Wheel (Parlophone R5550 - Wirtz arranged) Symon & Pi - Got to See the Sunrise (Parlophone R5719) Pat & Penny - Here We Come/Jelly Bean (Page One POF 181) I'll be glad to return favors/costs to anyone who can supply a decent quality copy (any format). Information on any obscure, or hitherto unknown, Wirtz-related projects is also most welcome. Thanks. Mark F. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 21:03:34 -0600 From: Dan Hughes Subject: Re: My Name Is Michael Mike Rashkow writes: > A few days ago there was a post about Paul Vance that > mentioned "My Name Is Michael". I think that post mentioned > that it was done by Michael Vance, Paul's son. For the record, the song's title is "Playground In My Mind". --Dan -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 22:34:10 EST From: Paul Urbahns Subject: Re: Spin-O-Rama, Coronet and Design Mike Edwards: > The 4 Seasons who recorded for Alanna had only two releases, > the second of which was a pretty decent up-tempo novelty item, > "Hot Water Bottle" (1960). I recently purchased a CD of early Four seasons material (before they were called the Four Lovers, and I think it included a history which tied the Alanna Four Seasons with Franklie somehow. > didn't some of these tracks wind up on budget albums like Spin- > O-Rama and Design to fool people into thinking they were buying > Frankie & the boys? Actually the albums I have on those promotionally priced (politically correct way to say cheapies) labels were usually old Frankie Valli songs before the group was known as the Four Seasons. However two of my favorite Four Seasons songs never appear on any of the reissues and Rhino probably owns the rights. They are Bermuda and Spanish Lace. Both are very good records. Paul Urbahns -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 19:45:34 -0800 (PST) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Kit Stewart takes one last walk down that Country Road. I just found out that Kit of the Kit Kats died in July of 2001. I had talked with earlier that same year, but fell out of touch. We seemed to catch up with each other every couple of years. Anyone listening to Philly AM in the 60s remembers "Let's Get Lost On A Country Road" being right up with with the Beach Boys, Spanky & Our Gang,the Hollies, etc. when it came to catchy melodic pop. They never seemed to break out of the Philly-NJ scene even though their material really held up well. Check out the link below. Pretty sad commentary that I heard nothing on his passing on the radio or in the papers, but found out about it through a search engine. How quickly they forget. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 22:34:12 EST From: Paul Urbahns Subject: Re: The Cuff Links - Tracy album confusion Peter wrote: > Ha! but mine's the British version on our very own UK MCA > label, and I can assure you that the picture on the back > is once again the delectable Tracy, standing against a tree, > with no collages or Ronnies in sight. The start of a thread, > guys.......... how many UK releases of US albums had different > sleeve pictures and designs, and why? Now I am confused. My record album is DECCA DL75160, a US release and it is the same as he describes. I think the Cuff Links had a second album which may have had the group picture. But my TRACY album has the lovely girl on front and back. Paul Urbahns -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 05:44:30 +0100 From: Frank Subject: Re: Stoned I've spent time in the studios with the Stones when they recorded in Paris and of all the recording sessions I've attended, theirs were the strangest ones. Contrary to most artists who'd come in the studio with a very definite idea of what they were going to record they'd spend hours and hours just playing around, trying different things with hardly any specific direction or intention. Then when they'd find a idea which Mick liked they'd start fooling around with it until it sort of started to take shape and this would go on for hours and hours. So actually the songs were created in the studios. Very interesting no doubt but it could be extremely frustrating when nothing came out of it. But the most surprising thing about their sessions was the fact that they didn't even have a recording time set. For instance they'd say (or rather Mick would say) we'll record tomorrow. There's be no time set at all, so they'd all come at their own time. You'd generally see Bill come in first at around 9 o'clock, then he'd wait for the others who'd come in one after the other until everybody was there. Mick, always the last one, sometimes came hours and hours later. Nobody complained even though they'd been waiting for something like 5 or 6 hours ! Really the strangest sessions I've ever seen. Frank -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 05:41:44 -0000 From: Rich Subject: unanswered question. Have a song in my music files I found a while ago and I sent to a friend, and he swears the lead vocal is by someone he has heard before. He wanted me to send more info on the group and I have not been able to find much. Sudio A - Don't Forget About Me. Released in 1967 on Kapp records. Did a Google search and evidently a similiar question was asked regarding this song about a year ago. But I couldn't find there ever was answer regarding it. Any further info on the group would be appreciated. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 09:14:19 +0100 From: Philip Pelgrom Subject: Re: Organs R Us James Botticelli: > It gives off a pretty groovy sound, sorta halfway between > a theremin and a moog. look here: phil -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 12:21:26 -0000 From: Steve Subject: Julie Rogers Italian Songs Hello folks!! It's great to be part of the group, and pick up all the bits of knowledge you share. I need some advice re Julie Rogers and some Italian songs....... In 1965 Donatella Moretti recorded Ti Vedo Uscire - sometime later English lyrics were written and it became Don't Answer Me, recorded by Lulu and Cilla Black. Julie Rogers also recorded Don't Answer Me - I know it wasn't a single - does anyone have details? Was it an LP track or on an EP? Also in 1965, Dino recorded Te Lo Leggo Negli Occhi. English words were written by Norman Newell and the song became Now I Know, also released by Dino on RCA UK. I'm pretty sure that Julie Rogers also recorded this song in English, BUT her version is not called Now I Know. The original songwriting credits are Bardotti/Endrigo - does anyone have details of a possible Julie Rogers connection? I have the Mercury single Make Me Belong To You/You Never Told Me - both fine Italian songs (one also sung by MINA!), but these are not quite what I'm after. Can anyone help (please).......... Cheers Steve -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 13:59:17 -0000 From: Michael Edwards Subject: Wayne Newton --- Mary wrote: > Wow! For some reason, I had forgotten all about Wayne's > "Comin' On Too Strong" record, one of the few Wayne Newton > songs I could ever stand. The song took advantage of his > high-pitched voice (much too high-pitched for my taste, > ordinarily). It's too bad he didn't make more records of > that ilk. Most of his songs are the blandest of the bland, > and he actually sounds like a woman in many of them. I think > my own vocal range is about three octaves lower than his (okay, > maybe a little bit of an exaggeration). He must have fans > somewhere, though, or he wouldn't be making the megabucks in > Vegas. I must admit that I am completely mystified by his > continuing popularity. Not the most flattering of write-ups on Wayne, but he did make records as equally well crafted as the Gary Usher penned, Comin' On Too Strong. Many of these appeared on an excellent Capitol Collectors' CD, which is still out there. Wayne's early career was under the direction of the late Bobby Darin, one of the most attuned music people of the early 60s. Some of Wayne's songs from this era that you might want to reconsider are: Better Now Than Later - the b-side of Danke Schoen and written by our own Artie Wayne and Ben Raleigh. Dream Baby - not the Roy Orbison tune but a superb teen ballad from Bobby Darin and Artie Resnick. Shirl Girl - this one from Bobby Darin and Rudy Clark Someone's Ahead Of You, which I believe was written by Bruce Johnston. There was simply too much talent behind Wayne for his matterial to have been "the blandest of the bland" and, of course, it wasn't. Please take another look. Mike Edwards (who always tries to use his AARP card when making reservations at the Bellagio) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 15:14:24 -0000 From: Ken Silverwood Subject: Re: RIP Adam Faith Like everyone else I was sad to hear of the passing of Adam Faith. As well as his "pop" career he also carved a niche in the acting profession. His character "Budgie" was always a treat to watch, and was compulsive viewing in the early 70s. Plus his appearance as David Essex's manager in "Stardust" was well studied, and he was the first "pop" star who was believed to have a brain when interviewed on "Face To Face" in ooohh 1960 at a guess (it was b&w). I still love the pizzicato strings of John Barry's on Adam's first couple of singles, nicked from Buddy Holly's "I Guess It Doesn't Matter Anymore" & " Raining In My Heart". A couple of others still make the grade with me, especially the Roulettes backed singles when Adam tried his best to join the "beat group" crowd, but please spare me from ever again hearing "Lonely Pup (In A Christmas Shop)" if you've never heard it, the title tells it all.Yuk. Ken On The West Coast (Off to listen to Adam's "Greenfinger") (What was all that about??) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 10:34:30 -0800 From: Mikey Subject: Re: Round Robin & Yvonne Carroll Guy, I've got a couple of the Round Robin 45s. But I'm sure you've got 'em already. Mikey -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 09:10:26 -0500 From: Mike Edwards Subject: Organs R Us Since we are talking organs, let's not forget that great tune by Dave Baby Cortez, Rinky Dink. From 1962, it has benn covered often but never bettered. Question - does anyone think that Bobby Rydell's The Cha Cha Cha borrowed the riff from Rinky Dink? Mike Edwards -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 10:21:25 -0500 (EST) From: Andrew Jones Subject: Aldon Music Bob Rashkow: > Wasn't Johnny Crawford's remarkable "Cindy's Birthday" > published by Aldon? Did they publish other penners' > work besides Sedaka and Greenfield's? Aldon Music (Al Nevins & Don Kirschner) is the original name of the "Brill Building" firm that also published Goffin-King, Mann-Weil and so many others. It later became Screen Gems- Columbia Music and is now Screen Gems-EMI Music. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 16:55:28 -0000 From: Michael Robson Subject: tikki, takki, suzy, lies Anyone have any idea who these girls are? they made two 45s on the obscure UPC uk label in 1970 - "welcome to my house" b/w "i believe in love" (written by Ellie Greenwich) and the excellent "ba-da-da-dum" (very sesame street!) b/w "dream stealer" - and sound vaguely european. MICHAEL CLUNKIE VINYL JUNKIE -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 12:07:43 EST From: John Fox Subject: Re: Organs R Us Jean-Emmanuel Dubois: > But the real master and promoteur of this musical device > [The Ondioline] is Jean-Jacques Perrey" I beg to differ. The real master and promoter was Al Kooper, who played it first with The Blues Project ("Fly Away", which was even a single), then Blood Sweat & Tears (Megan's Gypsy Eyes), on Super Session ("Her Holy Modal Highness"), the Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper (another "holy modal" title), etc. John Fox -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 17:36:19 -0000 From: Patrick Rands Subject: Re: A question for Mike Rashkow Mike Rashkow wrote: > Checkout Digest number 365 from January 2002 > A quick response to Mike's original post about working with Dusty. As I understand it, she was not crazy about the drum sound on the entire Dusty in Memphis album - and I bet she wanted to highjack those tapes and do what she did with your tapes to that album too. I'm not sure of the chronology - but maybe she learned a lesson from the Memphis album. But the bottom line is she was fickle about her percussion. It's funny, what was quite the chore back then with synching tapes and the off-synched sequence at the end of the song - with today's technology that kind of thing could take five minutes to fix. What a hoot if someone were to go back to the originals and do just that! :Patrick -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 12:01:28 +0000 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: Nanker-Phelge royalties My friend Bill chimes in with this intriguing view of the Nanker-Phelge split: > In the Wyman book, he says that the Nanker-Phelge songs > were split into 12 shares and that Jagger got 7/12s of > "2120 S. Michigan Avenue", a track that he did not even > appear on. --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 15:06:50 -0500 From: James Botticelli Subject: Re: wayne newton Mary wrote: > ... Most of his songs are the blandest of the bland, > and he actually sounds like a woman in many of them. Tom Taber: > I saw Wayne on a Jerry Lewis Telethon probably 25 or > more years ago. He did a Chuck Berry song, probably > "Johnny B. Goode," and the man rocked his butt off, > playing a rather large electric guitar! His voice was the very model of control in his youthful days. I never tire of listening to him. I have 5 or 6 of those LPs and even sprung for the CD of his early days. He was pushed big time by Bobby Darin and of course the Great One. I read his autobio a couple of years back. Worth picking up. He fought the law and HE won! I've never heard him rock, but I'm certain he could should he choose. His take on "You Stepped Into My Life" is also worth a listen....IMHO -- James Botticelli -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 13:31:36 -0800 From: Alan Warner Subject: Re: Adam Faith Yes Tom Taber, you're right: Adam's only Top 40 hit here (IT'S ALRIGHT on Amy in '65) was the B-side in Britain of I LOVE BEING IN LOVE WITH YOU which was a Top 40 hit there in '64 on Parlophone. Rock on! Alan Warner -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 17:54:46 -0500 From: Doc Subject: Box Tops Two items: 1. The group appeared in the studio on my radio show around '88. They were appearing locally, and were falling-down drunk. When I asked if any were originals, the drummer said he'd done live gigs with some of the originals, but that was it. Their live show was tremendous. They did Beach Boy songs that sounded like the dang records! Later, I was interviewing an agent for my book, Liberty Records, and I mentioned the Box Tops. The agent hit the roof. Seems the guys I met were unauthorized phonies! 2. The first time I heard "The Letter" on the (car) radio, I thought it was a remake. I could have sworn I'd heard it before. Was there an earlier version, by ANY chance? Doc -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 23:53:58 -0000 From: Kingsley Abbott Subject: David Sandler/Brian Wilson/Am.Spring Hi Watson - good to have you back! I'm not sure I want to get involved in the whole debate about on the Ace Pet Projects - I'm just happy to see an intelligent package of that stuff out. They did intend it to be a bit longer, but from what I understand they couldn't get clearance on a couple of extar tracks (eg Ron Wilson) that they had in mind to include. Regarding the American Spring album, it is certainly clear that David Sandler did the bulk of the work there, but it is also pretty clear that Brian did do at least some/most on four tracks. I have recently done notes for an as yet unreleased Toshiba Japan reissue of the album, at that point speaking to both Brian & Marilyn (Brian being quite lucid about it), so unless they are both telling porkies independently Brian was and is proud of the work they did there. Having said that of course, memory plays tricks... David 'where is he now?' Sandler is in Minneapolis area. If you recall the Northern Light 'Minnesota' track from the California USA double album from years ago, you'll be pleased to know that Northern Light is alive and well, with a newish harmony filled CD called 'Sweet Sunny Day' - shortish but very nice. Check it and them out at Sandler is involved playing and singing, and selling the CD from that address. Kingsley PS The Kustom Kings album that Claus mentioned wasn't purely instrumental - it did have a few of Bruce's most rudimentary vocals on it... the budget must have been small and the time short - whole album in a 3-hour session perhaps - those were the days!! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 00:07:38 -0000 From: Billy G Spradlin Subject: Re: Canada and British Rock The Guess Who's Randy Bachman was a huge fan of The Shadows' Hank Marvin and always was on the lookout for UK records his band could cover. He said he was the guy that discovered and introduced the group to "Shakin' All Over" - which was recorded in a local TV station's studio with one microphone on a mono reel-to-reel with lots of slapback echo! In fact I still prefer their wild version over Johnny Kidd & The Pirates original. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 20:30:23 +0000 From: Simon White Subject: Metropolitan Soul on Soul 24-7 playlist 9th March 2003 For those who missed the show.... sandy nelson - time wont let me -drum beat corner boys - take it easy soul brother -neptune furys band - I'm satisfied with you inst -mirwood sounds of lane - tracks to your mind -cobblestone soul runners - charley -mosoul patrice holloway - stay with your own kind -capitol pat lewis - genie -goldmine connoisseures brenda holloway - how many times did you mean it -tamla clydie king - bout love - lizard the wonderettes - I feel strange -ruby mamie lee - I can feel him slipping away - mgm little anthony - it's not the same - bgo cd keith - our love started all over again -mercury freddie scott - where does love go -colpix dee dee sharp - the night - cameo pat thomas - I can't wait until i see my baby's face -verve little anthony - they call me the joker - bgo cd eden kane - magic town -decca percy sledge - heart of a child -atlantic the showmen - you're everything -action ray barretto - mercy mercy baby - london willie bobo - juicy - verve the high keyes - que sera sera - london atlantic hector riviera - I want a chance for romance -horaces benny gordon - a kiss to build a dream on - rca timmy willis - mr soul satisfaction -veep wilson pickett - born to be wild -atlantic belmonts - you're like a mystery -sabina spindels - ten shades of blue -abc ad libs - NY in the dark - inferno the charts - desiree -wand benny gordon - you found a new love -capitol bob and earl - fancy free -tempe dori grayson - never let go - murco sabrina marie - home again -alley n f porter - keep on keepin on -lizard bobby wilson - feels good -volt isley bros - got to have you back - tamla the manhattens - what's it gonna be -carnival superlatives - I don't know how - westbound the tripps - love can't be modernised - soundville tony and tandy - bitter with the sweet -atlantic diplomats - I can give you love - dynamo Two tracks have been played to musica! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 25 Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 16:29:08 -0800 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 3/02/03 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 Sorry, but I'm running a week behind on the playlists! Please join me this coming weekend for a live performance from Franklin Castle recording artist Kim Fox, celebrating the May 18 release of her new CD, Return To Planet Earth. The Liquid Room 03/02/03 1.Kahimi Karie/Tornado Trapeziste (JVC Victor-Japan) 2.The 88/After Life Kind Of Light (EMK) 3.Mister Rogers/Everybody's Fancy Mr. Rogers Sings (Columbia House) 4.The Sea And Cake/Sound And Vision One Bedroom (Thrill Jockey) 5.The Rotary Connection/Memory Band The Rotary Connection (Cadet Concept) 6.The Karminsky Experience/The Wayward Canal The Power Of Suggestion (POD) 7.John Barry/Aki, Tiger And Osato You Only Live Twice s/t (remastered and expanded) (Capitol) 8.Fantastic Plastic Machine/Euphoria Too (Avex-Japan) 9-18: The 88 Live in KPFK studio "B" After Life/Elbow Blues/No Use Left For Me/How Good It Can Be/Bowls/ Jesus Is Good/I'm A Man/Sunday Afternoon/Hard To Be 19.Lemon Jelly/Soft (single) (XL-UK) 20.Arif Marden/Glass Onion Glass Onion: The Songs Of THe Beatles (Warner-UK) 21.Sketch Show/Chronograph Tronika (Daisy World-Japan) 22.Dengue Fever/Shave Your Beard (demo CD) 23.Minikon/Mini Game Minikon (KiraKira) 24.The Paris Sisters/It's My Party Pixie Girls (WB-Japan) 25.Jerry Goldsmith/The Foxes And Hounds Affair The Man From Uncle (Film Score Monthly) 26.Puffy/Angel Of Love Nice (Sony-Japan) 27.Armando Trovajoli/Cananova '70 Triple Feature (Epic) 28.Jason Moran/Planet Rock DJ Smash: Phonography Vol. 2 (Blue Note) 29.Seksu Roba/Intersexual Overdrive Eenie Meenie sampler (Eenie Meenie) 30.Steve & Eydie/Walk On By This Is... (RCA) 31.The Human League/Being Boiled (Fast Product Version) Reproduction (Caroline) 32.Hazel Nuts Chocolate/Mahou Tsukai Pop Comes Up (Bluebadge-Japan) 33.The Hellers/Take 46 Spinout 6T's (Universal-Japan) 34.Simian/When I Go We Are Your Friends (Astralwerks) 35.Ingried Hoffman/Guten Flug! Robbi, Tobbi Und Das Fleewatuut s/t (Diggler-Germany) 36.Cody ChestnuTT/The World Is Coming To My Party The Headphone Masterpiece (Ready Set Go) 37.The Inner Dialogue/I Go To Life The Inner Dialogue (Vanguard) 38.New Order/Theme From Best & March Retro (bonus disc) (Rhino) 39.Paul Williams/Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On Someday Man (Reprise) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------

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