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Spectropop - Digest Number 890



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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
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There are 25 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: What's New Pussycat?
           From: Andrew Hickey 
      2. Adam and Eve - Buzz Cason
           From: Chris Ball 
      3. Re: A couple of questions
           From: Clark Besch 
      4. Artie Wayne & Bob Crewe
           From: Stuart Miller 
      5. Italian Graffiti
           From: Patrick Rands 
      6. Charlie Gracie and Dee Dee Sharp added to Diane Renay radio show
           From: Ronnie Allen 
      7. Re: Stolen Licks
           From: David Mirich 
      8. Lesley Gore on Apple Music Store
           From: Nick Archer 
      9. Heaven Sent Jingle
           From: Nick Archer 
     10. Post Your Oldies Site
           From: Laura Pinto 
     11. Re: What's New Pussycat?
           From: Ken Silverwood 
     12. Re: Rod McKuen
           From: Alan Warner 
     13. Burt & Tom
           From: Peter McDonnell 
     14. First "Greatest Hits" LP?
           From: Tom Taber 
     15. Re: Along the line of stolen licks
           From: David Coyle 
     16. Teri Nelson Group
           From: Guy Lawrence 
     17. Anyone know who this was?
           From: Bob Rashkow 
     18. Re: Anyone know who this was?
           From: M. Anthony 
     19. Re: Anyone know who this was?
           From: Guy Lawrence 
     20. Re: Anyone know who this was?
           From: Nick Archer 
     21. Re: Anyone know who this was?
           From: Ken Silverwood 
     22. Re: Anyone know who this was?
           From: James Botticelli 
     23. Brian Wilson to Perform SMiLE on 2004 UK Tour
           From: Country Paul 
     24. Stolen Licks
           From: Bill Craig 
     25. Diane Renay & Friends Show
           From: Ian Chapman 


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Message: 1 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 00:25:33 +0100 From: Andrew Hickey Subject: Re: What's New Pussycat? Dave Mirich wrote: > When "My Little Red Book" played, I thought I was listening > to Love play one of their early masterpieces. But on the > track listing, it turns out to be a Manfred Mann version. > I wonder why they didn't use the original? Did Mann have a > hit with MLRB? Manfred Mann's *was* the original - Love's was a cover version. The song is actually a Bacharach/David song. Love were heavily influenced by the soundtrack to WNP - compare Stephanie Knows Who to the title track... -- http://stealthmunchkin.com Stealth Munchkin - The World's Greatest Band Oceania has always been at war with Syria (Actually, the original version of "My Little Red Book" was by Tony Middleton. Signed, now-all S'pop Moderator) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 2 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 10:48:11 +1000 (EST) From: Chris Ball Subject: Adam and Eve - Buzz Cason Can anyone help me with the lyrics, chord progression or even a copy of 'Adam and Eve' by Buzz Cason. It was a hit here in Australia in 1968 (I think!). Great song - a real cult classic. Chris Ball -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 06:35:47 -0000 From: Clark Besch Subject: Re: A couple of questions Justin McDevitt: > Again, about a month or so ago, one, possibly two late 60s Lps by > the Buckinghams were mentioned that reflected more of a progressive, > experimental sound from this Chicagoland group. I would like to find > out the titles for these Lps. Justin, the Lps are "Portraits" and "In one ear & gone Tomorrow". Both available from Sundazed on Cd now! Clark -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 17:18:32 +0100 From: Stuart Miller Subject: Artie Wayne & Bob Crewe Artie, My apologies for the very late pick up on this e-mail of yours (precisely 5 months late actually)but I was clearing out my e-mails and came across this: > After singing on a couple of demos for Bob Crewe, one of the most exciting > producers I've ever watched, I was asked if I'd like to be in the "New 4 > Seasons"...I passed ....but I was flattered [I wanted to be a solo artist]. > > As far as the reason for the "Dawn" LP sounding "different"......I remember > walking into Mercury studios in NY......Doug Hawkins, head of engineering, > was quietly "remastering" the album because Crewe's version was "too hot"!!!! > I never said anything until now.....regretfully, Could you name the demos you sang on, if you can remember and can you give any background as to your invitation to join the "New" 4 Seasons. Was this at a time when Crewe and the Seasons had fallen out and if so, do you recall the details to that falling out? And what exactly did Doug Hawkins mean by Crewe's version of the Dawn album being too hot!? Questions, questions. Stuart -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 16:19:26 -0000 From: Patrick Rands Subject: Italian Graffiti I just thought I'd throw my latest radio playlist up to see if I can get some information on anything listed herein. Italian Graffiti spotlight Gianni Morandi / Andavo A Cento All 'Ora / Questa e La Storia Gianni Morandi / Fatti Mandare Dalla Mamma A Prendere Il Latte / L'Album Di Successi Degli Anni 60 Gianni Morandi / Go Kart Twist / Questa e La Storia Rita Pavone / Amore Twist / L'Album Di Rita Pavone Rita Pavone / Il Ballo Del Mattone / L'Album Di Rita Pavone Edoardo Vianello / Guarda Come Dondolo / L'Album Di Successi Degli Anni 60 Emilio Pericoli / Quando Quando Quando / Il Sorpasso soundtrack Armando Trovaioli / La Matriarca Theme Bossa Nova Mix / La Matriarca Nico Fidenco / Con Te Sulla Spiaggia / L'Album Di Successi Degli Anni 60 Iannetti / T'Hanno Visto Domenico Sera / Italian Graffiti Dino / Eravamo Amici / Italian Graffiti Lucio Dalla / Il Cielo / Italian Graffiti The Rokes / Eccola Di Nuovo (Here Comes My Baby) / L'Album Di Successi Degli Anni 60 The Primitives / Yeeeeeeh! / Italian Graffiti Equipe 84 / Io Ho In Mente Te / L'Album Di Successi Degli Anni 60 Armando Trovaioli / Allegria / Il Marito e Lo Ammazzo Quando Mi Pare soundtrack Rocky Roberts / Stasera Mi Butto / Italian Graffiti Little Tony / Quando Vedrai La mia Ragazza / Italian Graffiti Caterina Caselli / Sono Qui Con Voi (Baby Please Don't Go) / Nessuno Mi Puo Giudicare Antoine / Pietre / Italian Graffiti Trio Junior / Fruscio Di Fogue Verdi / Canto Morricone Vol 1 Domenico Modugno / Il Minatore / Italian Graffiti Johnny Dorelli & Catherine Spaak / Confessione / lp Catherine Spaak / J'Aime Le Matin / lp Riz Ortolani / Con Quale Amore, Con Quanto Amore / soundtrack Paolo Conte / Alle Prese Con Una Verde Milonga / I Grandi Succesi Ennio Morricone / Night Walk / Cat O' Nine Tails soundtrack Aphrodite's Child / Infinity / The Big O: Moments of Musical Ecstasy (the last one is the only non-Italian song - thanks to Phil M - I always get calls about it and thank god not from someone's grandmother!) Ever since I honeymooned in Italy in 1998, I've had a thing for 1960s Italian music and movies. I love in particular how much they used their pop music in their movies. When I was in Italy I picked up a series of compilations called Italian Graffiti, which I have since never seen listed anywhere. I now refer to the music from that time period by that name. My questions involve the following two songs: Emilio Pericoli / Quando Quando Quando Dino / Eravamo Amici Does anyone have any information on these two songs? Quando Quando Quando is used liberally in the movie Il Sorpasso (The Easy Life - 1962), but I know not a thing about the history of this song, except that it was recorded by many. The Dino songs has a tremendous production, which I'm guessing was done by Ennio Morricone. The melody sounds really familiar though and I'm left wondering if it's a cover of a spectropop tune. :Patrick -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 6 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 17:07:11 EDT From: Ronnie Allen Subject: Charlie Gracie and Dee Dee Sharp added to Diane Renay radio show I'm delighted to announce that there have been two last-minute additions to tomorrow's (Thursday, May 22nd) three-hour "Diane Renay and Friends" radio interview special. They are Charlie Gracie and Dee Dee Sharp. Both recorded for Cameo Records. Charlie had a 1957 smash "Butterfly" and followed that up very successfully with "Fabulous." Actually his appearance came about because Charlie's son heard about the show through some channel and then contacted Diane personally to say that his dad wanted to be a part of it! Charlie Gracie, like Diane, is originally from Philadelphia and was the very first hit recording act on the Cameo-Parkway group of labels. As noted above the show is THIS THURSDAY -- MAY 22ND -- (which is either tomorrow or today depending when you read this!). The time of the show is 7 PM to 10 PM Eastern time. I'll be doing it LIVE (which means no retakes!) and therefore it might at times be unpredictable. I know there will be many surprises and I can tell you that not all of them will be planned! I'll be doing this show from the WBCB (1490-AM, Fairless Hills, PA) studios and it will be heard locally on that station and simulcast nationally and internationally on the World Wide Web via the WBCB1490 website. The URL for listening to the show is: http://www.wbcb1490.com/listen.htm Here's the complete list of guests as it stands now -- and I THINK this is finally "carved in stone"! Bobby Vee Lou Christie Bobby Goldsboro Sue Thompson Paul Petersen Dee Dee Sharp Johnny Tillotson Peggy March Bobby "Boris" Pickett Charlie Gracie Terry Fischer (lead singer of the Murmaids) Barbara Harris (lead singer of the Toys) Eddie Rambeau (co-writer of "Navy Blue") Gerry Granahan (one of Diane's producers) Artie Singer (Diane's first vocal teacher) As I mentioned a couple of days ago most of the recording artists above, in addition to reminiscing and conveying personal greetings to Diane, will share with us the stories behind their single biggest hits. ..... PLUS ..... There will also be a TOP-SECRET VERY SPECIAL SURPRISE GUEST who will be appearing live-by-phone with Diane and me during the final hour of the show! Nobody in the world knows about this except me and this particular guest! A few of you have privately e-mailed me and asked if I would reveal "just to me" the identify of our mystery guest or at least give a clue. But I am absolutely SWORN TO SECRECY and MY LIPS ARE SEALED. To all of you for now I will simply say that some time after 9 PM Eastern time you will all find out who this mysterious individual is! Because of the nature of the show we won't be able to take listener phone calls. However if any of you have a question that you'd like me to ask Diane or a message you'd like me to convey to her during the show please e-mail me privately at RonnieOldiesGuy@aol.com. I will use as many as I can. As I mentioned when I posted my original message I cannot accept questions for any of Diane's "friends" on the night of the show because all of them have been pre-recorded. Again I thank all of you for your interest in this upcoming show. Hopefully, with your support, there will be many similar shows in the future. I suggest that we all do whatever can to keep this wonderful music and the associated memories ALIVE AND WELL!!! Ronnie Allen -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 7 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 06:06:52 -0600 From: David Mirich Subject: Re: Stolen Licks I've mentioned it before (if you're tired of hearning it) that the Ah Oooga Chaca-Oooga Ooga Ooga Chaca.... into to Blue Swede's version of B. J. Thomas' "Hooked on a Feelin'" had to have been lifted from bootleg tapes of Brian Wilson's unreleased "Bicycle Rider" Heroes and Villians segments. Dave Mirich -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 8 Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 20:25:47 -0500 From: Nick Archer Subject: Lesley Gore on Apple Music Store I just checked out the Apple Music Store in my local CompUSA, and they had lots of Lesley Gore cuts for sale at 99 cents, including 98.6/Lazy Day. Nick Archer Check out Nashville's classic SM95 on the web at www.live365.com/stations/nikarcher -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 9 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 18:14:11 -0000 From: Nick Archer Subject: Heaven Sent Jingle I'm looking for an mp3 copy of the jingle for "Heaven Sent" frangrance that was popular in the mid to late 60's. I used to hear it a lot on WABC and WLS. Not a politically correct jingle, here are some of the lyrics: "Suddenly, you are all of the things that he wants you to be, A little bit naughty but heavenly, With Heaven Sent, Heaven Sent..." I did a search on google and found a link claiming Paul Simon wrote this jingle. Can anyone help with info or audio? Nick Archer Nashville TN -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 10 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 12:27:54 -0000 From: Laura Pinto Subject: Post Your Oldies Site Hello, fellow Spectropopsters! I wanted to invite you all to check out my Yahoo advertising group, Post Your Oldies Site. This is for owners of oldies-related sites and groups to post links. Sites can be related to not only the music of the 50's, 60's and 70's but also the general "feel" of the era, like TV shows, movies, classic cars, radio and more. Members can also feel free to post links to sites or groups they don't own but enjoy visiting. I posted a link to the Spectropop group a few weeks ago. Here's the link: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PostYourOldiesSite The message archives are public, but if you're really interested in finding cool sites to explore, I suggest joining and getting the messages in Daily Digest form. Hope to see some of you join us! Laura -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 11 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 00:03:32 +0100 From: Ken Silverwood Subject: Re: What's New Pussycat? Talking about "Little Red Book"s; I think the original was done by Tony Middleton (with Burt Bacharach's Orch.) on London HLR 9983 in the UK. Guess the flipside? Yep, "What's New Pussycat". I'd place the "Little Red Book" in musica to compare, but it's available on CD. Ken On The West Coast. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 12 Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 18:04:45 -0700 From: Alan Warner Subject: Re: Rod McKuen Re: Rod McKuen Ends Exile Rod McKuen has not been totally out of the picture. Last year, we saw him perform here in Los Angeles at a Johnny Mercer Tribute evening alongside the likes of Petula Clark and Margaret Whiting. Rock on! Alan Warner -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 13 Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 13:56:51 -0700 From: Peter McDonnell Subject: Burt & Tom Javed: > The Manfred Mann version of "My Little Red Book" predated the > Love version by at least a year but it did not chart in the U.S. I heard Burt interviewed somewhat recently, and he said he didn't much care for the rock n roll treatments of his "Little Red Book". I am not familiar with non-"beat" versions of that tune, and can't imagine what it would sound like without a hard rock sound...who did the first version? > Bill said the guy wasn't ever going to make it. > It was Tom Jones! Tom has a rep as a real ladies man, what with the hyper-masculine presence he has on stage, and he was certainly the "Welsh Elvis" for a while there, even inspiring The King to develop his own version of the Tom Jones' stage style when Elvis got back to live performances in the late 60's. B-movie goddess Mamie Van Doren has a hilarious "expose" of her rendezvous with Mr. Jones on her website if you want to check it out...according to her story, Tom is...how shall I put it..."all hat and no cowboy". The other Tom Jones story I read was when he was rehearsing a package show that the Beatles were performing on. When John Lennon saw Tom, he went into a spastic parody of "It's Not Unusual" substituting his own lyrics: "It's not an elephant it's a unicorn...", and then yelling "How's it going, ya Welsh poof?" Jones was thoroughly annoyed, to the point where he was considering giving Lennon a good thumping for his troubles...someone took Jones aside and said "that's just his sense of humor", to which Tom replied "I'll give him sense of humor, that scouse git". friscopedro -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 14 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 11:15:59 -0700 (PDT) From: Tom Taber Subject: First "Greatest Hits" LP? Having for some reason unknown to me just purchased another copy of the Coasters' "Greatest Hits" LP on Ebay, which I would guess was released about 42 years ago, I got to wondering. What was the first LP that was called "Greatest Hits"? (I won't ask who had the first "Greatest Hits Vol.3," composed of 2 b-sides and 10 other cuts considered too weak for an LP that no one would release at the time.) Tom Taber -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 15 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 11:42:10 -0700 (PDT) From: David Coyle Subject: Re: Along the line of stolen licks I find it interesting that "What I Like About You" by the Romantics (from the '80s) is nearly identical rhythmically and arrangement-wise to "Where You Gonna Go" by a '60s group called the Unrelated Segments. David -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 16 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 21:11:19 +0100 From: Guy Lawrence Subject: Teri Nelson Group Until someone can explain the Teri Nelson Group's place in the grand scheme of things I've played their "Sweet Talkin' Willie" to musica. Written by Elliot Chiprut and produced by Chiprut, Kasenetz and Katz it represents the tiny Bubblegum /Girl Group crossover genre. Hope you enjoy it. Guy. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 17 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 15:45:57 EDT From: Bob Rashkow Subject: Anyone know who this was? Nik Archer's mention of the old "Heaven Sent" jingle reminds me of a question that I have, anybody know who did an MOR record called (??) Don't Go Breakin' My Heart circa 1965 or 1966......piano break sounds a little like Sounds Orchestral (could it be Ms. Shelby Flint?!) No, not the Elton John-Kiki Dee monster from 1976, this is a rather pretty ditty. I once looked in a Hit Parade book; apparently the recording never got into the Top Ten easy listening charts. But I remember it fondly and I've always wondered--Sandie Shaw? Sandy Posey? Bobbi Martin? Shelley Fabares? Lana Cantrell? Dusty? Jackie? (Am I anywhere near the Right Track?!) Bobster -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 18 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 22:01:09 +0100 (BST) From: M. Anthony Subject: Re: Anyone know who this was? Bobster: > ....anybody know who did an MOR record called (??) Don't Go > Breakin' My Heart circa 1965 or 1966......piano break sounds > a little like Sounds Orchestral (could it be Ms. Shelby Flint?!) > No, not the Elton John-Kiki Dee monster from 1976, this is a > rather pretty ditty.....apparently the recording never got > into the Top Ten easy listening charts. But I remember it > fondly and I've always wondered--Sandie Shaw? Sandy Posey? > Bobbi Martin? Shelley Fabares? Lana Cantrell? Dusty? Jackie? > (Am I anywhere near the Right Track?!) While the very idea of Sandy Posey backed by Sounds Orchestral is almost too delicious to withstand, the chances are that the record you so fondly recall is "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Burt Bacharach, a track from his "Hit Maker!" LP of 1965 (Kapp 3428) also released as a single (Kapp 657). The vocalists on the record were the three and only BREAKAWAYS. The A-side of the single, "Trains & Boats & Planes", was a #4 hit in the UK. Alas, the Breakaways' name was nowhere to be found on the single or the album. M. Anthony -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 19 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 22:47:42 +0100 From: Guy Lawrence Subject: Re: Anyone know who this was? Bob Rashkow wrote: > ... anybody know who did an MOR record called (??) Don't Go > Breakin' My Heart circa 1965 or 1966......piano break sounds > a little like Sounds Orchestral (could it be Ms. Shelby Flint?!) > Sandie Shaw? Sandy Posey? Bobbi Martin? Shelley Fabares? Lana > Cantrell? Dusty? Jackie? (Am I anywhere near the Right Track?!) That's a Bacharach and David song is it not? Included on his "Hit Maker!" album and probably recorded by hundreds of artists. You're right, it's a really pretty little song. Guy -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 20 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 17:07:29 -0500 From: Nick Archer Subject: Re: Anyone know who this was? Bobster: > ....anybody know who did an MOR record called (??) Don't Go > Breakin' My Heart circa 1965 or 1966...... Could that be the Roger Nicols and Friends version on Spectropop radio? Nick -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 21 Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 00:08:54 +0100 From: Ken Silverwood Subject: Re: Anyone know who this was? Bob Rashkow asked: > ....anybody know who did an MOR record called (??) Don't Go > Breakin' My Heart circa 1965 or 1966...... Bob, Dionne Warwick did a Bacharach/David song of that name on the back of "Trains & Boats & Planes" here in the UK, a quality number that should have been an "A" side. Bacharach probably did a version with his "orchestra & chorus" at some point. I'm not playing it to musica as I think it's out on one of the myriad of Bacharach compilations available. Ken On The West Coast. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 22 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 19:21:33 -0400 From: James Botticelli Subject: Re: Anyone know who this was? Guy Lawrence wrote re. "Don't Go Breaking My Heart": > That's a Bacharach and David song is it not? Included on > his "Hit Maker!" album and probably recorded by hundreds > of artists. You're right, it's a really pretty little song. I'm wondering if you heard the version by Astrud Gilberto on Verve. BTW, that song was recently covered by The Wondermints on a Bacharach tribute CD from--oh--about 98 or so. "One drop of rain doesn't make a flower grow." Or thereabouts. JB -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 23 Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 21:37:52 -0400 From: Country Paul Subject: Brian Wilson to Perform SMiLE on 2004 UK Tour Forwarded by John Davidson of the "outsider music" group: Brian Wilson - A legend to perform a legendary album 'SMILE' - IT'S BRIAN! BEACH BOYS legend BRIAN WILSON is to perform his mythical unreleased masterpiece 'SMILE' in its entirety on a UK tour next year, NME.COM can reveal. The legend will return to London's Royal Festival Hall, where he played six acclaimed sold-out shows last year, for four nights in February 2004. In addition to 'Smile', the concerts will include classic Beach Boys and Brian Wilson favourites, as well as selections from the star's forthcoming solo album. There will also be shows in Bristol, Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool and Birmingham in March. The full list of dates are as follows: * London Royal Festival Hall (February 20, 21, 22, 24) * Bristol Colston Hall (March 2) * Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (March 4) * Newcastle City Hall (March 6) * Liverpool Empire (March 7) * Birmingham Symphony Hall (March 8) Tickets cost between 30 and 60. For the London shows, contact the Royal Festival Hall box office on 020 7960 4242. http://www.nme.com/news/105116.htm -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 24 Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 02:03:23 -0000 From: Bill Craig Subject: Stolen Licks How about the intro to Todd Rundgren's Nazz's "Open My Eyes" being taken from The Who's "I Can't Explain". Also with regard to the two versions of "My Little Red Book", I can remember being struck by the contrast between Love's version with its garage guitar semi-dissonance and the original slick Manfred recording. But I dug them both. Bill Craig -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 25 Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 03:05:26 +0100 From: Ian Chapman Subject: Diane Renay & Friends Show Just finished listening to Ronnie's Diane Renay special, and must convey my congratulations to Ronnie on a hugely enjoyable show and especially on his coup of a live appearance by Bob Crewe himself! It was well worth staying up to 3am to hear Bob and Diane reminiscing about "Watch Out Sally", "Teach Me Tonight" - and that legendary high last note on "I Had A Dream"!!! I'd kill to hear the acetate Diane mentioned of Bob singing "Please Forget Me"!! Priceless now *this* is oldies radio! Looking forward to more of the same, Ronnie though how you're gonna top tonight's show, I don't know!! Ian -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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