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Spectropop - Digest Number 946

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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)

There are 5 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: The Myrtelles sing Artie Wayne
           From: Ken Mortimer 
      2. Catherine Howe & Sylvia McNeill
           From: Ken Mortimer 
      3. Re: Spectropop West Coast Summit???
           From: Michael Coxe 
      4. Millennium releases
           From: Kingsley Abbott 
      5. The Liquid Room 6/28/2003
           From: David Ponak 


Message: 1
   Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2003 05:51:43 +0100
   From: Ken Mortimer 
Subject: Re: The Myrtelles sing Artie Wayne

Mick Patrick wrote:
> I don't have the Myrtelles 45. In fact, I don't want one because 
> it isn't very good. However, many years ago, Ian put both sides 
> on a cassette for me. Then he swapped the record for some shiny 
> beads. However, I still have that tape. I shall endeavour to 
> locate it and make mp3s. Expect them to appear in musica when 
> space permits. Watch this space.

Thanks Mick

If a copy of the disc does turn up I'd be very interested in buying 
it. My primary interest is in 60's UK session girls so I have pretty 
much complete collections by Sue and Sunny, Barry St.John, Sylvia 
McNeill, Lyn Cornell, Valerie Masters etc. etc. Would like to get 
the Myrtelles disc for completeness. 



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Message: 2 Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2003 05:55:31 +0100 From: Ken Mortimer Subject: Catherine Howe & Sylvia McNeill Hi All, The LP 'What A Beautiful Place' by Catherine Howe is incredibly rare (and incredibly expensive when it does turn up). I'd like to badger the owners of the master tapes to put it out on CD. The LP was released on the Reflection label. Does anyone know who might own the rights to Reflection releases? Also has anyone come across any single releases by Sylvia McNeill on United Artists? Cheers Ken -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2003 01:13:43 -0700 From: Michael Coxe Subject: Re: Spectropop West Coast Summit??? I'm also in San Francisco - and interested. - Michael NP: some Poindexter Brothers & The Icemen cuts. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2003 11:51:19 +0100 From: Kingsley Abbott Subject: Millennium releases Couple of interesting new issues for you US chappies just landed on the ole worktops here - The Millennium 'Pieces' (SCM 9002) and Sandy Salisbury's 'Do Unto Others' (SCM 9001). The Sandy CD appears to be mostly the Poptones issues of a couple of years back, with some that were on the later Revola issue of his, but the Millenium has some new tracks of mostly Michael Fennelly/Joey Stec composition. Both are on a new US label Sound City Entertainment. Several of the Millenium tarcks are full on Critters-type summer sounds, and if they are demos as seems likely, then they were excellent ones! Both will make parteners to the Sundazed 3 Disc set for a pretty complete picture. Kingsley (no financial interest!) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 5 Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 13:12:53 -0400 From: David Ponak Subject: The Liquid Room 6/28/2003 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 The Liquid Room 6/28/03 1.The Association/Come On In Birthday (WB) 2.Goldfrapp/Train Black Cherry (Mute) 3.Margo Guryan/Sunday Morning Take A Picture (Franklin Castle) 4.Cymbals/Track 6 Love You (JVC Victor-Japan) 5.Bikini Machine/Bum Bum Boogie Yeh Yeh Vacances (Rambling-Japan) 6.Eiko/..... 60's Cutie Pop Collection-Suki Suki Edit (King-Japan) 7.Black Box Recorder/These Are The Things Passionoia (One Little Indian-UK) 8.Little Richard/I Saw Her Standing There Glass Onion-Songs Of The Beatles (Warner-UK) 9.The Turtles/Guide For The Married Man Anthology (Rhino) 10.Mike Flowers Pops/Velvet Underground Medley A Groovy Place (London-UK) 11.Tommy February/Bloomin' Tommy February (Epic-Japan) 12.Spookey Ruben/Tricky Boy Wonder Bed (Hi-Hat) 13.Eels/Love Of The Loveless Shootenannty (Dreamworks) 14.Roy Budd/Getting Nowhere In A Hurry Get Carter (soundtrack) (Castle-UK) 15.The Flaming Lips/The Strange Design Of Consciense Fight Test (WB) 16.New Order/Your Silent Face Power, Corruption & Lies (Qwest) 17.Yoko Nagisa/Ai No... Single (Initial Note-Japan) 18.Ennio Morricone/La Cosa Buffa More Mondo Morricone (Coloseum-Germany) 19.Jackson 5/Can I See You In The Morning Third Album (Motown) 20.Blur/Ambulance Think Tank (Virgin) 21.Tony Lasley/Happiness Beat Nova (Supernova) 22.Michele Legrand/Blue, Grey, Green And Gone Recorded Live At Jimmy's (RCA) 23.Seksu Roba/Moonsong Pleasure Vibrations (Eenie Meenie) 24.Jaco Pastorius/3 Views Of A Secret Punk Jazz-The Jaco Pastorius Anthology (Rhino) 25.The Blondes/So Far Away Swedish Heat (Teenacide) 26.Paul Mauriat/Romantic Laser Chromatic (Phillips-France) 27.April March/There Is Always Madness Triggers (Tricatel-France) 28.Baden Powell/Canto De Ossahna Os Afro-Sambas (Forma-Japan) 29.Benjamin Biolay/Little Darlin' Negatif (Virgin-France) 30.Steve Lawrence/Go Away Little Girl Go Away Little Girl (Harmony) 31.Irving/I Can't Fall In Love I Hope You're Feeling Better Now (Eenie Meenie) 32.Them/You're Just What I Was Looking For Today Now And "Them" (Revola-UK) 33.Candypants/Mandalay Candypants (Sympathy For The Record Industry) 34.Sonoko/Souvenir De La Mer La Debutante (Crammed Discs-Belgium) 35.Peter Lacey/Chime On Anderida 36.Curtis Mayfield/We've Only Just Begun Live (Rhino) 37.Broadcast/Pendulum Pendulum (Warp) 38.The Evolution Control Committee/Star Spangled Bologna Plagiarhythm Nation (Seeland) 39.Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark/Messages (Single Version) Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (Virgin-UK) 40.Eel-Fille Unique/Homme Sympathique Parvaion-Global Indie Clubpop (Eenie Meenie) 41.The Folksmen/Start Me Up A Mighty Wind-The Album (Sony) 42.Steve Lawrence/Angel Eyes Steve Lawrence Sings Sinatra (GL Music) 43.Armando Trovajoli/Seven Golden Men Le Scat (Culture-Japan) 44.Jacques Dutronc/Hippie Hippie Hourrah Jacques Dutronc (Vogue-France) 45.Paul Williams/Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On Someday Day (Reprise) -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------

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