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Spectropop V#0122

  • From: The Spectropop Group
  • Date: 07/25/98

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     Volume #0121                         July 29, 1998 
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             KBLA Presents the Super 30 Records         
    
    
    
    
    
    Subject:     Re: music stores
    Sent:        07/24/98 8:41 am
    Received:    07/25/98 12:29 am
    From:        WILLIAM STOS, wsXXXX@XXXt.com
    To:          Spectropop List, spectroXXXX@XXXties.com
    
    >in all honesty and sincerity...where's the problem?? this is a 
    >common occurence for me, chiefly because i look for clearance 
    >cutout bins everywhere i go, especially where chain stores are 
    >concerned...back in february or so, all the wal-marts in the 
    >houston area had cutout cd's for $1.96 apiece!! and very decent 
    >stuff for the most part!! 
    
    Don't get me wrong. I'm not complaining that I found this music, 
    but I do think it's a shame that oldies music especially has now 
    been sent off to Musicland Siberia in Walmart. As a young fan, I 
    first discovered this music while looking around in a regular 
    music store. I would have never thought to go into a Wal-mart to 
    buy music, and I might have missed out on this great stuff. So 
    many younger people have interest in oldies these days, many times
    when I ask them why they only listen to the radio and don't buy 
    some cds I get the answer that "I don't know where to look."
    Will
    
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    Subject:     Attention All Ronette Fans
    Sent:        07/24/98 6:09 am
    Received:    07/24/98 7:10 am
    From:        R Teyes, RTeXXXX@XXXom
    To:          Spectropop List, spectroXXXX@XXXties.com
    
    Attention All Ronette Fans:
    
    The Spector vs Spector trial has been set to continue in August...
    in the meantime Ronnie Spector has been invited to Hard Copy TV 
    Magazine and Entertainment Tonight..she was shown on VHS 28 Cable 
    tho it was a montage of still pix with "Be My Baby" in the 
    background..all the news networks; CBS, ABC, NBC, WOR, FOX have 
    mentioned the trial in their newscasts...the internet also has a 
    wide variety of stuff under Ronnie spector or the Ronettes.. 
    Robert the Ronette Hound...Hi to Jon from Ohio...a special Hi to 
    Scott Ross, Nedra's husband for being such a gentleman...
    
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    Subject:     The Love Notes
    Sent:        07/28/98 9:36 am
    Received:    07/29/98 12:27 am
    From:        WILLIAM STOS, wsXXXX@XXXt.com
    To:          Spectropop List, spectroXXXX@XXXties.com
    
    A while back this group was comparing the Ronettes' "You Baby" to 
    Linda Scott's version. Although I consider both of these gems, the
    Love Notes version, actually entitled "Baby, Baby, You" on Here 
    Come The Girls Vol. 9 is superior. I'd swear the lead singer took 
    lessons on how tho sing like Ronnie Spector. Her voices thunders 
    throught the song, and although the production is not as clean as 
    the two earlier versions, this one from '66 is very Spectoresque. 
    If you haven't bought this comp, which features the Jerry Ross 
    girl groups, it is a must.
    
    Will
    
    
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    Subject:     TURNTABLES
    Sent:        07/27/98 11:20 am
    Received:    07/28/98 6:39 am
    From:        Jimmy, JimmyXXXX@XXXom
    To:          Spectropop List, spectroXXXX@XXXties.com
    
    Will... Sears carries a very nice, inexpensive ($99.95 US) 
    turntable to play your vinyl on. And yes, stop at every roadside 
    sale for those elusive Spector gems, many of which can be bought 
    for mere pennies when found at these garage sales, tag sales, etc.
    You have a good chance of finding pearls this way!
    Jimmy
    JimmyXXXX@XXXom
    
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    Subject:     Walker Brothers
    Sent:        07/25/98 4:34 am
    Received:    07/25/98 12:14 pm
    From:        Marc Miller, marXXXX@XXXcom
    To:          'spectroXXXX@XXXties.com', spectroXXXX@XXXties.com
    
    Kids -
    
    I recently picked up "Take It Easy With The Walker Brothers" on CD
    and was very pleased. Anyone know if their other 2 (?) LPs are any 
    good?
    
    Marc
    
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