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Spectropop - Digest Number 970



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There are 4 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

      1. Re: Reparata and the Delrons: (CDs: confusions and clarifications)
           From: Robert 
      2. Re: Brute Force "Tapeworm Of Love"
           From: Ken Bell 
      3. Re: Master Jack
           From: Stewart Mason 
      4. Re:The Cookies
           From: David Bell 


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Message: 1
   Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 01:19:37 -0000
   From: Robert 
Subject: Re: Reparata and the Delrons: (CDs: confusions and clarifications)

Louis Wendruck wrote:
> Furthermore, on track 18. Every Beat Of My Heart, it does not 
> sound like Mary Aisee doing the lead. 
> Does anyone who does the leads on these covers of oldies songs?

Lorraine Mazzolla sang the lead on Every Beat of My Heart.

The leads vocals on the remaining songs on the Rock and Roll 
Revolution Album are:

Angel Baby - Nannette
I Met Him On A Sunday - Reparata, Lorraine and Nannette
Be My Baby - Reparata
Please Love Me Forever - Lorraine
Maybe - Reparata
Eddie My Love - Duet Reparata and Lorraine
He's So Fine - Reparata
Lollipop - Group
To Know Him Is To Love Him - Cookie
Mr. Lee - Reparata
Till - Nannette

Robert



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Message: 2 Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 22:42:24 -0500 From: Ken Bell Subject: Re: Brute Force "Tapeworm Of Love" David Coyle: > I have this song [Brute Force - Tapeworm Of Love] on the Sony > CD "Whole Lotta Lava." I have their LP entitled "Brute Force". It is a one man band and all of the LP is pretty much the same type song. It is OOP and not on CD to the best of my knowledge. Noiro -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 3 Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 01:11:50 -0400 From: Stewart Mason Subject: Re: Master Jack Art Longmire said: > Speaking of South African pop, I can recall another one that > I kind of like: "Master Jack" by Four Jacks and a Jill - at > least I think that's what they were called. I've got the > record somewhere, it was on RCA records here in the states. Yep, that was their name. They released two RCA albums in the US in 1968, MASTER JACK and FABLES, both of which I quite enjoy. "Master Jack" itself simply must be one of the very strangest pop songs of its era. There is no element of this song that's not just a little bit odd. The group continued well into the '70s in their native SA, basically becoming the country's answer to the Carpenters. S -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
Message: 4 Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 05:41:38 EDT From: David Bell Subject: Re:The Cookies You're in good company with your favourite track "I Want A Boy For My Birthday" by the Cookies. My son's idol, Morrissey, once named it in his Top 10 records of all time. Best wishes, David. -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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