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Spectropop - Digest Number 884

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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)


There are 25 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Nut Rocker
           From: S'pop Team 
      2. Shades of Gray
           From: Larry Lapka 
      3. Bitter Almond
           From: Mark Frumento 
      4. Re: Keith
           From: Artie Wayne 
      5. Musica
           From: Steve Harvey 
      6. Spectropop Remembers
           From: S'pop Team 
      7. Re: Van on Bang
           From: Stewart Mason 
      8. Stolen licks
           From: Andrew Jones 
      9. Gene Pitney
           From: Bill Reed 
     10. Shades Of Grey/Fuzz, Acid and Flowers Site
           From: Javed Jafri 
     11. Re: Bert Berns & Hoagy Lands
           From: Phil Reeves 
     12. fyi Gary Usher and Randy Bachman
           From: Gary Campbell 
     13. Re: Sorta Girl-Group
           From: Jimmy Crescitelli 
     14. Van Morrison: Complete Bang Sessions
           From: James A. Gardner 
     15. Flo&Eddie
           From: Peter McDonnell 
     16. Eva, Orwell, Stolen licks
           From: Alan Gordon 
     17. Re: Shades Of Grey
           From: Phil Milstein 
     18. Billy Stocker
           From: Gary Campbell 
     19. Re: Terri Nelson Group on Kama Sutra
           From: Guy Lawrence 
     20. Re: Art Wayne Acetate
           From: Jeffrey Glenn 
     21. Re: Katie Kissoon
           From: Mark Frumento 
     22. Re: Nut Rocker
           From: Richard Havers 
     23. The Liquid Room 4/27/03
           From: David Ponak 
     24. Bill Garcia
           From: Gary Campbell 
     25. steve miller's stolen licks
           From: Alan Gordon 

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Message: 1 Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 23:58:12 +0100 From: S'pop Team Subject: Nut Rocker The Spectropop Group is pleased to announce NUT ROCKER When Tchaikovsky Met B. Bumble How I Was Instrumental by Al Hazan "Nut Rocker" by B. Bumble & the Stingers hit #1 in the UK back in 1962. Who'd have thought that the "Nutcracker Suite" played boogie woogie style on a battered tack piano could be the best selling record in the land? No doubt Tchaikovsky was rolling over in his grave as it shot up the hit parade. It just so happens that the pianist on the session was S'pop regular Al Hazan. Click below to read the full story behind the making of this unforgettable instrumental, Al's subsequent single on Phil Spector's Philles label, dinner in London with the Beatles and much more besides: Enjoy! The S'pop Team Spectropop - Spectacular! Retro! Pop! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 01:59:29 -0000 From: Larry Lapka Subject: Shades of Gray To David Parkinson: The most famous version of Shades of Gray is the version by the Monkees on their Headquarters album. It was never released as a single in America, but it is one of their most popular tracks from of their most popular albums. Doesn't the Raiders' version of Indian Reservation steal its outro from Janis Ian's Society's Child? Larry Lapka -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 01:05:04 -0000 From: Mark Frumento Subject: Bitter Almond Anyone know anything about the band Bitter Almond? All I know is that they may be British and they had at least two singles. "In the Morning" (released in 1970) is a fantastic horn/string- based track. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 16:08:09 -0700 (PDT) From: Artie Wayne Subject: Re: Keith Mike.........Yes, That's me singing falsetto on the "Teeny Bopper Song" by Keith, trying to drown out the Tokens. By the way I got the title from an english interview with Phil Spector, in which he called teenagers ....."Teeny Boppers". regards, Artie Wayne -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 18:50:40 -0700 (PDT) From: Steve Harvey Subject: Musica Artie Wayne: > Steve........How ya' doin'? I haven't heard Lesley > Gore's > version of "98.6". Could you play it to musica? Artie, I'm doing better now that I've had my corrugated arteries have been tested today and have been given the OK. Where was I? Actually I'm not too computer literate. Maybe my buddy, Mark Frumento, could play it to musica? Steve -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 23:58:14 +0100 From: S'pop Team Subject: Spectropop Remembers The S'pop Team are indebted to member Steve Harvey for informing us of the very recent demise of June Carter-Cash of the celebrated Carter family, rock bassist Noel Redding and Dewey Terry of Don & Dewey fame. A Noel Redding obituary can be viewed here: As yet, internet tributes to Dewey Terry and June Carter-Cash are unavailable. The S'pop Team Spectropop - Spectacular! Retro! Pop! -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 23:00:36 -0400 From: Stewart Mason Subject: Re: Van on Bang Phil Milstein asks: >At the risk of raising a potentially painful subject, I'm >wondering if Brett Berns could illuminate the story behind >Van Morrison's contract-breaking session for Bang, recently >bootlegged by a California label. It is an incredibly >dismissive session, just Van on acoustic guitar and vocals, >the music virtually interchangeable from one "song" to the >next, the lyrics alternating nonsense lines with pointed jabs, >barbs and in-jokes. An unspecified "George" (Goldner? Madame?) >comes in for especially tough treatment. For the curious, this is available as disc two of a (legit) two-disc set called THE COMPLETE BANG SESSIONS, reissued last year by the '80s-oriented reissue label Cleopatra Records. (Disc one is roughly the same as the older Sony Legacy compilation BANG MASTERS.) The disc is available on Emusic (, which has recently undergone a systemwide upgrade in the quality of its mp3s and unlike Apple's lame and overhyped iTunes, costs a reasonable $9.99 a month instead of a ridiculous .99 a song. (I don't work there, I just recommend it highly.) >It's long been well-established that Morrison did not enjoy >his stay at Bang -- and this album would certainly prove it >-- but I've never heard any particular reasons for his >displeasure. The one clue I can divine from the album is a >song in which he complains about not getting royalty statements. >Any further information on the problems with Van's tenure there >would be appreciated. In the songs "Blowin' Your Nose" and "Nose In Your Blow," Van natters on about how the album BLOWIN' YOUR MIND was released without his approval, in a sleeve he hated. A couple of other songs suggest that someone at Bang was trying to force him to record with particular studio musicians. It's not all bile, though. Among other songs, "You Say France and I Whistle" (which continues, naturally, "Okay, now you whistle and I'll say France...") and "Ring Worm" are actually hilarious. It's certainly of interest to anyone who liked, say, "(Let's Dance) The Screw." S -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 23:39:39 -0400 (EDT) From: Andrew Jones Subject: Stolen licks Well, here's my minor contribution to the "stolen licks" topic. The closing section of the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love" has, among other things, the opening riff of Glenn Miller's "In the Mood." If I remember right, George Martin thought that arrangement was in the public domain when he threw that riff into the soup, but soon learned otherwise. Related, though slightly outside S'pop territory: Jack Jones' "The Old-Fashioned Way" nicks its opening blatantly from Miller's "Moonlight Serenade." -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 04:36:22 -0000 From: Bill Reed Subject: Gene Pitney Interesting interview with Gene Pitney in the current on-line UK Guardian.,11710,955292,00.html Bill Reed -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 09:41:59 -0400 From: Javed Jafri Subject: Shades Of Grey/Fuzz, Acid and Flowers Site David Parkinson: > So my question is this: I've been listening to the Sons Of > Champlin "Fat City" compilation on Big Beat and truly enjoying > "Shades Of Grey", a fantastic Mann-Weil song. Who else recorded > this song? Is there a "famous" version of it?> David The Monkees did a version of "Shades Of Grey" on their album Headquarters. Also, I have a question for those on the list who contribute to the online refrence guide for American Psychedelia/Garage called Fuzz, Acid and Flowers: Why does this site omit The Beach Boys? The site is fairly comprehensive in its coverage of Sunshine Pop and Beach Boy's related groups but no write-up on the mighty ones themselves. Why? The BB's output from 1965--1974 certainly warrants an entry. The Association have an entry, and Pandora's Golden Heebee Geebees not withstanding, they never released an album as weird as Smiley Smile. The Buckinghams and American Breed never released a song as experimental as Cabinessence but both are deservedly listed on the site. Heck even Guy Mitchell and Herbie Mann have enteries so why the mysterious Beach Boys ommision ??? Javed -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 14:24:18 -0000 From: Phil Reeves Subject: Re: Bert Berns & Hoagy Lands Brett Thanks for that wonderful posting!. There is a two page interview with Hoagy in "In The Basement" magazine no 23 (Aug-Oct 2001). (A super interview wherein Hoagy talks about your father, Robert Mellin, Mike Leander and Lily Fields). My only real gripes with it are that I wanted to get a flavour of the times in New York with label mates The Chiffons and I wanted to know who played that fantastic organ solo on "The Next In Line". Hoagy's "True Love At Last" is, I think, (like "The Next In Line") soul perfection - the possibility that there is more like this yet to be issued is exciting news. I'm really looking forward to getting ANY soul related music that Bert Berns was even remotely involved with. Phil -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 14:53:30 -0000 From: Gary Campbell Subject: fyi Gary Usher and Randy Bachman Looking through the archives I read some discussion regarding some songs Gary Usher Wrote with Randy Bachman. The group lists 3 songs done by them and guesses that they were written in 1970 or 1971. Last night I transfered from reel 4 songs from Usher/ Bachman two of them sung by Curt Boettcher. 1. What Can You Lose (Gary Usher-Randy Bachman) 2. Too Close To Me (Gary Usher-Randy Bachman) 3. My Best For You (Gary Usher-Randy Bachman) 8. Good Times, Bad Times (Gary Usher-Randy Bachman) the tape also contains 7 other Songs by Gary usher. #31 GARY USHER MUSIC - GARY USHER 4. Spend A Little Time (Gary Usher) 5. In The Land Of Change (Gary Usher) 6. Gray, Soft Black and Blue (Gary Usher) 7. Greener Is The Grass (Gary Usher) 9. Put Your Mind At Ease (Gary Usher-Keypashine Golesorkhi) 10. Love Again (Gary Usher) 11. Still Is (Gary Usher) Songs 2 & 3 vocal by Curt Boettcher. Songs 5 & 6 later rewritten with Dick Campbell (It's amazing how different these two songs are from these versions to the version done with Dick Campbell. My wife didn't even reconize them, even though I have played the Beyond the Shadow of Boubt CD a 100 times in the last year. Totally differnt style. G.C.) Recorded 1971 and 1972 in Los Angeles. There is a later follow up post that says these songs are confirmed as being written in 1971. The main reason i post this is to include the 4th missing song (what Can You Lose) that wasn't listed. Its also amazing how many different styles of music Gary Usher wrote. While these 4 songs and this whole reel are far from my favorite music from Usher that I have, they are like everything else he did still very good and very much worth hearing. Gary Campbell -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 10:54:50 EDT From: Jimmy Crescitelli Subject: Re: Sorta Girl-Group > I'm afraid it's one of the worst records ever made - sentimental, > sickly and sung by gap-toothed six year olds. "Grandma we love > you, grandma we do"... Andrew... enough said LOL ! Think I'll stick with me own Granny ! --Jimmy-- -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 11:34:03 -0700 (PDT) From: James A. Gardner Subject: Van Morrison: Complete Bang Sessions Phil Milstein writes: > At the risk of raising a potentially painful subject, I'm > wondering if Brett Berns could illuminate the story behind > Van Morrison's contract-breaking session for Bang, recently > bootlegged by a California label. It is an incredibly dismissive session, just Van on acoustic guitar and vocals, the music virtually interchangeable from one "song" to the next, the lyrics alternating nonsense lines with pointed jabs, barbs and in-jokes. An unspecified "George" (Goldner? Madame?) comes in for especially tough treatment." An All Music Guide colleague gave me a subscription to eMusic ( and they have a Van Morrison title, The Complete Bang Sessions (IIRC), that has the material Mr. Milstein speaks of. As he indicates, the "songs" are essentially the same half-hearted chord strumming with "stream of spite" lyrics that seem to be coming off the top of Van's head. The titles someone assigned to the "songs" are pretty clever, and it's interesting - if uncomfortable - listening, sort of like the Murry Wilson "Help Me Rhoda" session. Btw, I don't shill for eMusic, but do recommend it. Lots of interesting stuff there, and artists participate in the profits. James A. Gardner -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 11:34:21 -0700 From: Peter McDonnell Subject: Flo&Eddie Nick Archer > I once heard Flo and Eddie on stage intermingle "You Showed > Me" with "Riders On The Storm". I saw Flo & Eddie do a show in Reno once (this is probably 20 years ago) and they had a whole sequence where they parodied Jim Morrison. I seem to recall a bit where they did "The End", the part about "Father? -Yes, son?- I want to kill you. Mother? ..." etc. At the time, the Doors were a hot band again because "The End" was used in the Apocalypse Now soundtrack and Morrison got a cover on Rolling Stone. friscopedro -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 13:38:23 -0700 From: Alan Gordon Subject: Eva, Orwell, Stolen licks From: Country Paul >What can I say about Alan Gordon's "Eve of Destruction"/ > "Dawn Of Correction" comparison (on May 3rd)? First, it's > scholarly - "Scholarly"? hardly... Glad you didn't notice my obtuse il-linear logic in there. >thanks for the lyrical reprint. Second, I hardly object to > "Eve"'s message, but I'd file "Dawn.." in the same stack as > "An Open Letter To My Teenage Son" (be happy if you *don't* > remember that one!) I do sorta remember it... and for that small memory, I got a strange, bad twinge in my belly. It's funny how some songs like "An Open letter..." are so sentimental that they feel saccharin and cloying, and some other songs just get you in that very personal area just above the stomach. They make you feel a little embarrassed when you get all warm and cozy. For instance: The Jimmy Dean thing in the files section of S'Pop really choked me up. And there was a song by Mike Douglas back in the '60's (?): "The Men In My Little Girls Life." ( - If anything in my FBI file keeps Ashcroft and his buds from locking my buttocks up (, it'll be that this song almost makes me cry. My fave rave is (fanfare<) "My Dad" by Paul Peterson. I remember the episode it was from with very warm reminiscences. And I miss my Dad. As for everything else you said... I completely concur... >...lately it seems like Orwell's "1984" wasn't a novel but a > blueprint: no comment... From: Artie Wayne >J B...... Let's not forget the intro to "My Guy" by Mary Wells is "Canadian Sunset." I love both of those songs. Which version of "Canadian Sunset" is the one that's the same? I love the pop instrumental version, but I love Dino's even more. As for Stolen licks. Is anyone making a list of these comparisons? They'd make a great homegrown CD. My two cents: The intro to John Fogerty's "Rock and Roll Girls" and "Wild Weekend" by The Rockin' Rebels. The guitar lick parts of "Pearly Queen" by Traffic and "Walk the Dinosaur" by Was not Was. "Twist and Shout" and "La Bamba" (and "Number One" by the Ruttles) are virtually the same songs with almost the same guitar break. The break in "Lost That Loving Feeling" ("baby baby, I get down on my knees for you...") and the main lick in "Hang On Sloopy." The intro to "I'll Probably Feel A Whole Lot Better..." by the The Byrds, and the intro to "Needles and Pins" by the The Searchers There are parts (especially the horns) of Phil Collins' "Sussudio" and Prince's "1999" that sound very similar. The drum breaks (beginings/turnarounds) of "Dead Man's Curve" "Be My Baby" and "Rag Doll." And if my memory serves me well, "Sherry" and "Where Did Our Love Go?" have interesting similarities We used to do a medley of "Bang a Gong" and "Money" because they sounded similar to me. whew... peace, love, peter max, santana, albabe -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 10:15:31 -0500 From: Phil Milstein Subject: Re: Shades Of Grey David Parkinson wrote: > I know that I could probably get answers by trawling the web, > but why bother when there is so much expertise on this list? > So my question is this: I've been listening to the Sons Of > Champlin "Fat City" compilation on Big Beat and truly enjoying > "Shades Of Grey", a fantastic Mann-Weil song. Who else recorded > this song? Is there a "famous" version of it? That there's a Monkees classic, from Headquarters. One of Davy Jones' finest moments. I believe the Sons Of Champlin got their mitts on it first, however. --Phil M. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 14:32:40 -0000 From: Gary Campbell Subject: Billy Stocker Has anyone ever heard of Billy Stocker? I have been transfering Master tapes to digital and came across a couple of reels of Billy Stocker Music on Labels owned by Dick Campbell (Camsul and Cinevista). I was able to find the following information on him and was looking around for more and wondered if anyone had heard of him and if there was more of his stuff out there besides what I already have. CAMSUL RECORDS CS-3 - [BILLY STOCKER &] THE WILD ONES (1964) 45-1004 Number One Girl (Dick Campbell) Hovey Music (BMI) 45-1005 Surfin' Time Again (Dick Campbell) Hovey Music (BMI) Produced by Dick Campbell in association with Artie Sullivan CINEVISTA CV-1 - [BILLY STOCKER &] THE SCARLETS (1964) 45-1001 Joannie (Dick Campbell) Betty Music (BMI) 45-1002 Miami (Dick Campbell) Betty Music (BMI) Produced by Dick Campbell BETTY RECORDS 1212 - BILLY STOCKER (1964) B-1212A Joannie (Dick Campbell) Bonomo Pub. (BMI) B-1212B Miami (Dick Campbell) Bonomo Pub. (BMI) Produced by Dick Campbell Along with these master tapes and copies of the albums I have mentioned above I also have masters of the following that I believe were never published. Number One Girl (Dick Campbell) Billy Stocker Surf It Up (Dick Campbell) Billy Stocker Any information on more music by Billy Stocker would be appreciated. thanks Gary Campbell -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 21:26:54 +0100 From: Guy Lawrence Subject: Re: Terri Nelson Group on Kama Sutra Louis wrote: > Does anyone know any background on the Terri Nelson Group > on Kama Sutra Records? Not much, but I have their album "Sweet Talkin' Teri" one of the more obscure Kasenetz-Katz productions us bubblegum addicts have to track down. It's a bit of a rush-job - their version of Christine Cooper's "S.O.S." appears to use her backing track ("S.O.S." was one of K&K's first hits of course). They also cover the Groove's "Love (It's Getting Better)" - another bubblegum tie-in. Most of the rest of of the album was written by the great Elliot Chiprut, writer of "Simon Says". The sleeve notes list the line up as: Teri Nelson, Mary Thomas, Barbara Alston, Betty Cooper, Ona Lee ... At least one of those names rings a bell. I'm sure there's a Girl Group professor or an expert on the Kama Sutra on the group who could tell you more. Guy. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 06:11:26 -0700 From: Jeffrey Glenn Subject: Re: Art Wayne Acetate Artie Wayne: > Jeffrey.......Clark.......How ya' doin'? You guys should be > detectives!! Yes, I co-wrote "Open Up Your Heart" with Stan > Bleiman. He was the lead singer of The Charlotte Rousse, a > group Paul Leka produced for my partner Kelli Ross and myself > that was released on Fontana. Stan and I are singing on the > demo. Very cool to find out this is an unreleased publishing demo by the composers. It's a great demo, and could easily have been released just as it is. Any ideas how this acetate might have made it to Los Angeles? Is this from the same time that you produced the Boys And Girls Together 45 "Knock, Knock" (Intrepid 75015, 1969, cowritten by Gary Zekley). Is there any info you can give us on this one (who, what, where, how, when, why, how much? :-) ). And lastly, I've played "Good Weather Machine" by Charlotte Russe (Philips 40596, 1969) to musica. This 45 is one of my favorites that I've found this year! Are there any other similar releases under the auspices of Alouette Productions (your company, I'm guessing) for which we soft pop/bubblegum fans should be looking out? Thanks for the great music! Jeff -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 21:26:04 -0000 From: Mark Frumento Subject: Re: Katie Kissoon Louis wrote: > Does anyone know what became of Mac & Katie Kissoon or > any way to contact them? I wonder... there must be enough Katie Kissoon/Peanut material out there to do a compliation (hint hint)? -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 22:37:24 +0100 From: Richard Havers Subject: Re: Nut Rocker S'pop Team: > "Nut Rocker" by B. Bumble & the Stingers hit #1 in the UK > back in 1962.......... Click below to read the full story > behind the making of this unforgettable instrumental, Al's > subsequent single on Phil Spector's Philles label, dinner > in London with the Beatles and much more besides: > I have commented on this before and I want to again. According to Al Hazan he went to London around the time that 'Nut Rocker' was at No.1 It hit the top of the NME chart on May 11 1962 and the Record retailer chart a week later (May 17); it was at No.1 for just one week on each of the charts. Al Hazan says that it was while he was in London that he had dinner with the Beatles. There are some problems with this story. The Beatles were in Hamburg from April 13 to May 31. They were in London on the evening of June 5 as they were due at EMI the next day for what was effectively their audition. I seem to recall that they The audition ran from 7 to 10 p.m. on June 6. After the session they went to dinner with George Martin. Having trawled the music papers for the two months either side of 'Nut Rocker' making No.1 there is no mention of B.Bumble, or Al Hazan for that matter, visiting Britain, no mention of him appearing on TV either. I mention all this in the spirit of accuracy and attention to detail that is Spectropop's guiding principle. Richard -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 15:30:45 -0400 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 4/27/03 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 05/10/03 Tony Tucci on 90.7 KPFK Los Angeles 1. The Association/Come On In Birthday (Warner Bros.) 2. Ralph Meyerz/Casino A Special Album (Emperor Norton) 3. Royksopp/Remind Me Melody 3 A.M. (Astralwerks) 4. Mighty Clouds Of Joy/Might High Soul + Inspiration (Rhino) 5. Bent/Thick Ear The Everlasting Blink (Sport) 6. Happy Mondays/Loose Fit 12" Version (Elektra) 7. Arkestra One/I Really Want You (Gak Sato Remix) Cosmic Sounds Remixed (Cosmic Sounds) 8. Baden Powell + Vinicius De Moraes/Tempo De Amor Os Afro-Sambas (Polygram/Forma) 9. Nat Adderly/Call Me Sayin' Something (Atlantic) 10. Otto/Por Que Condom Black (Trama) 11. Love Tko/Happy Birthday Love Thong Suck It And See (Pussyfoot) 12. The Funky Lowlives/Irreplaceable Cartouche (Stereo Deluxe) 13. Dimitri From Paris/Okinawa Love Cruising Attitude (Victor) 14. Juana Molina/Salvese Quien Pueda Tres Cosas (JM) 15. Cody Chestnutt/Michelle The Headphone Masterpiece (Ready Set Go) 16. Erland Oye + Prefuse 73/Every Party Unrest (Astralwerks) 17. Willie Bobo/The Look Of Love A New Dimension (Verve) 18. Lemon Jelly/The Curse Of Ka'zar Lost Horizens (XL Recordings) 19. Eddie Bo/The Hook And Sling Dj Rob Swift: Under The Influence (Six Degrees) 20. Quantic Soul Orchestra/Walking Through Tomorrow Stampede (Tru Thoughts) 21. A Band Of Bees/A Minha Menina Sunshine Hit Me (Astralwerks) 22. Parliament/Let Me Be Chocolate City (Universal Chronicles) 23. Bs 2000/New Gouda Simply Mortified (Grand Royal) 24. The Faint/Posed To Death (The Calculators Remix) Danse Macabre Remixes (Astralwerks) 25. Junior Senior/Just Shake It Brother D-D-Don't Stop The Beat (Frog) 26. Mongo Santamaria/Yesterday's Tomorrow Mongo '70 (Atlantic) 27. Chico Buarque + Ennio Morricone/Sogno Di Un Carnivale Per Un Pugno Di Samba (BMG) 28. Bent/So Long Without You The Everlasting Blink (Sport) 29. Eddie Harris/Funkaroma Is It In (Atlantic) 30. Richard Cameron/I Like Your Style Back (RC) 31. Senor Coconut/Smoke On The Water Fiesta Songs (Emperor Norton) 32. Mum/Don't Be Afraid, You Have Just Got Your Eyes Closed Finally We Are No One (Fatcat) 33.Cassius/The Sound Of Violence (Cosmo Vitelli Remix) A/X Beach Dance 2003 (Astralwerks) 34. Mishelle Shaprow/If I Lost You King Britt: Scuba Hidden Treasures (Om) 35. Cosmo Vitelli/Be Kind To The Machines Clean (Astralwerks) 36. Mo Horzens/ Prince Charles Latest Affair Come Touch The Sun (Stereo Deluxe) 37. Kristi Stassinopolou/The Secrets Of The Rocks The Secrets Of The Rocks (Tinder) 38. Joselo Oso/Un Mes Atras Joselo Oso (Suave) 39. Magnetic Sounds/Airport Love Theme Super Erotica 1 + 2 (EMI Brazil) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 15:01:59 -0000 From: Gary Campbell Subject: Bill Garcia I am also looking for any more information anyone might be able to provide me on Bill Garcia. I know of these two 45's that were published and also list the other music I have on master reel by him but would be interested in anything else he may have done. CAMSUL RECORDS CS-2 - BILL GARCIA (1963) 45-1002 Don't Hurt That Girl (Dick Campbell) Hovey Music (BMI) 45-1003 True (Dick Campbell) Hovey Music (BMI) Produced by Dick Campbell CAMSUL RECORDS CS-6 - BILL GARCIA (1964) 45-1010 I'll Keep You Satisfied (Lennon-McCartney) Metric Music (BMI) 45-1011 Hopes And Dreams (Dick Campbell) Hovey Music (BMI) Produced by Dick Campbell in association with Artie Sullivan #05 BILL GARCIA SONGS - BILL GARCIA 1. Then It's True (Dick Campbell) 2. Don't Hurt That Girl (Dick Campbell) 3. I'll Keep You Satisfied (John Lennon-Paul McCartney) 4. True (Dick Campbell) 5. Hopes And Dreams (Dick Campbell) 6. You Mean Everything To Me (Tommy Kasper) 7. Then I Kissed Her (Phil Spector) 8. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (Bob Dylan) Recorded 1963 and 1964 in Worcester, Massachusetts Thanks again Gary Campbell -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 25 Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 13:43:20 -0700 From: Alan Gordon Subject: steve miller's stolen licks Oh yea... and almost all of Steve Miller's '70s and '80s hits had guitar licks swiped from other songs. Re: Lesley Gore Life Story By official decree: Only Gillian Anderson will be allowed to play Lesley. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------

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